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Northernpilgrim

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About Northernpilgrim

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    Youth Team

About Me

  • About Me
    Cheshire

Interests

  • Interests
    Watching Argyle, Football Manager, Running

Favourite Team

  • Favourite Team
    Plymouth Argyle

Currently Managing

  • Currently Managing
    Liverpool

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  1. Northernpilgrim

    Following in the footsteps of Sir Alex Ferguson

    And towards the end of the month, I signed a new long term contract to stay at Liverpool
  2. Northernpilgrim

    Following in the footsteps of Sir Alex Ferguson

    December was a very busy month, with tough fixtures that caught up with us a bit but we ended it top of the league and ended the Europa League group stage top, with a perfect record
  3. Northernpilgrim

    Following in the footsteps of Sir Alex Ferguson

    Thanks Thorn_121 I'm having a lot of fun doing the save, and I'm glad there are people who are enjoying it too. Just need a Russian billionaire to turn up on Merseyside now!!
  4. Northernpilgrim

    Following in the footsteps of Sir Alex Ferguson

    October was a perfect month, though not without it's scares, as we trailed at half time against Bristol City, and had to take the lead three times to beat Newcastle which leaves us second in the Premier League and guaranteed to win our Europa League group with a game to spare
  5. Northernpilgrim

    Following in the footsteps of Sir Alex Ferguson

    Looking back to last season, we're only 3 points better off after 10 matches this time compared to last season, but we haven't had any slip ups against the smaller clubs so far. I'm hoping that continues, as it needs to if we're to achieve the bare minimum of a 4th placed finish and Champions League qualification.
  6. Northernpilgrim

    Following in the footsteps of Sir Alex Ferguson

    September was two minutes from being perfect, as we conceded an 88th minute equaliser to Everton in the final match of the month meaning we end the month second, four points behind Man City but topping our Europa League group
  7. Northernpilgrim

    Following in the footsteps of Sir Alex Ferguson

    Only one defeat in September, away to title favourites Man City, and two wins in the Europa League leaves us third in the Premier League, 6 points behind City, who have a perfect record so far and top of our Europa League group, with our destiny in our own hands
  8. Congratulations on yet another promotion!
  9. Northernpilgrim

    Following in the footsteps of Sir Alex Ferguson

    Two wins out of three in August was a steady, but unspectacular, start to the season and that leaves us just outside the top 4 on goal difference
  10. Northernpilgrim

    Following in the footsteps of Sir Alex Ferguson

    There was just one signing in the transfer window. I had a £0 transfer budget, but I've accidentally discovered a loophole that worked for me. I loaned Bruni last season, with a guaranteed future fee clause inserted. I fully expected that at the end of the contract, the board would block the transfer, and he'd return to Tottenham, but that didn't happen, so I got him and it looks like, despite the fairly large fee, I've actually got a bargain
  11. Northernpilgrim

    Following in the footsteps of Sir Alex Ferguson

    I set up 9 preseason friendlies, and a much tougher set of fixtures than last season. I wasn't expecting this set of results
  12. Northernpilgrim

    Following in the footsteps of Sir Alex Ferguson

    These are just two examples. I'm guessing they must have been great, once...
  13. Northernpilgrim

    Following in the footsteps of Sir Alex Ferguson

    Thanks Neotropolis But if you think the team is bad, you should see the finances
  14. Northernpilgrim

    Following in the footsteps of Sir Alex Ferguson

    Our top goalscorer was Marinho, but he never threatened the golden boot and only one player made the list of highest average rating We had no players in the Team of the Year, and none nominated for any Premier League awards. Hardly surprising in a disappointing first season.
  15. Northernpilgrim

    Following in the footsteps of Sir Alex Ferguson

    A draw in the second match of May confirmed we'd miss out on the top 4 and a Champions League place, but an unbeaten month was pleasing and we end the season 6th, Liverpool's highest in 4 years, bringing Europa League football to Anfield for next season
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