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Northernpilgrim

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About Northernpilgrim

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    Development Squad

Biography

  • Biography
    Father of two, married, played FM and CM before it since the very beginning.

About Me

  • About Me
    Cheshire

Interests

  • Interests
    Watching Argyle, Football Manager, Running

Favourite Team

  • Favourite Team
    Plymouth Argyle

Currently Managing

  • Currently Managing
    PSG

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  1. Despite abandoning the rotation policy in December, results got worse, as we head into Christmas with just 2 wins in 6 and our lead at the top is down to a single point
  2. A perfect month in November, despite the rotation policy continuing, and that sees us secure Champions League progress as group winners and we're 4 points clear at the top, free to concentrate on the league until Champions League knockout rounds begin in February. We do have 1 group game left, but with the group won, it'll be that game, rather than the league games either side of it, that see us play a rotated side
  3. Also unbeaten in October, again with the side being rotated to concentrate on the Champions League and despite the draw with Lens, we are four points clear at the top, although our rivals all have a game in hand
  4. It's tough if you're a small second tier team. Is it better to have a good season, maybe make the playoffs, and not go up, or is it better to go up, get regularly beaten and come down, hopefully with money to spend strengthening the squad to give a better chance of going up and staying up. Good luck!
  5. Looking good. Promotion contenders next season, if you don't pull it off this year.
  6. Unbeaten in September, despite rotating the team several times to keep players fresh for the Champions League and that is enough to keep us top of the table on goal difference from Lyon
  7. We began the second season in Paris with four wins out of four, and no goals conceded and that left us top of the table, although the two sides below us have also made perfect starts, and have a game in hand
  8. Argyle did it! And Austin looks a fantastic prospect for you too. Playoff push next season?
  9. and two players were signed. We paid AS Monaco £91m for Nianzou and Atletico Madrid an initial £67m (rising to £95m) for De Ridder Six players have left the club, either permanently or on loan and so our squad now looks like this
  10. Two players have been released at the end of their contracts
  11. Preseason offered plenty of encouragement, our only defeats coming in the Club World Cup Semi Final and away at Ajax
  12. It was a no from Bayern. They went for the Ajax boss instead, so I'll be staying at PSG for at least another year
  13. When this job came up over the summer, I had to apply, and I got an interview, but you'll have to wait to find out if I got the job. If I don't, I'm happy to stay at PSG.
  14. Time to review the season Beginning with the new arrivals We finished the season by dropping only 3 points between February and May racked up some impressive wins but coming up short in the Champions League has been expensive This was our best lineup, although everyone has contributed There were too many awards to fit in one screenshot and confirmation that we did the double. We'll be trying to go one better next season
  15. Three wins, and three clean sheets, to finish the season and we finish on 105 points, 20 clear of AS Monaco in second
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