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  1. Season One - Pre November 2020 I seem to have taken over a team which is misfiring. Despite the return of fan favourite Bale on loan, results in the league have been poor. Beating poor opposition in the Europa League is one thing but suffering 3 league defeats in October include to North London rivals Arsenal saw the Special One leave. With only two days from taking over the team to the next league match there was work to done to establish my first starting 11 and put in place a system which looked to create chances. I stuck with the 4-2-3-1 tactic but pushed the
  2. I hoping for the exact reverse here. I need 27 years of near dominance not the usual bottle-job performances Spurs are renowned for.
  3. Good luck with your save. Spurs and Everton aren't known for keeping up with the competition so it'll be interesting to see if we can get them to overtake the teams at the top.
  4. I'll be following the rule laid out in this post: https://community.sigames.com/forums/topic/433313-in-honor-of-sir-alex-ferguson-reviving-the-sir-alex-ferguson-challenge/
  5. I have taken on the SAF challenge. Here I will document more closely the highs and lows and this career. When Sir Alex Ferguson took over Manchester United they were viewed as a glamour club who had failed to live up to the standards of their predecessors from the 1950's and 60's. Manchester United were a team that went on the odd cup run but failed to compete against their rivals in Merseyside. Big Ron departed as United slumped into the bottom 4 where the only thing that was on the rise was the senior players drinking culture. The thought of a league title was a distant memory which fat
  6. I've decided to take on this challenge. When Sir Alex Ferguson took over Manchester United they were viewed as a glamour club who had failed to live up to the standards of their predecessors from the 1950's and 60's. Manchester United went on the odd cup run but failed to compete against their rivals in Merseyside. Big Ron departed has United slumped into the bottom 4 where the only thing that was on the rise was the senior players drinking culture. The thought of a league title was a distant memory fathers told sons. It was with great surprise that when I holidayed up to th
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