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Taking over Inter! Very nice :D Much better than Spain U23's...

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It's taken a while but Silvio Mella finally has a job. Unfortunately in a league i can't load. He's now the manager of Bahrain team Busaiteen.

Hopefully it will lead to better things though.

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Noooooooooooooooooooooooooo! :(

Oh well, it was good while it lasted. Definitely count me in for next time around.

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Chopper is now managing his 8th club. He's still in Spain and now the manager of Atletico Madrid.

Josh Crane has been sacked by Wrexham and Rocky Brittus sacked by NEC.

Bakra is now the manager of Vitesse and having spent 5 years with Atlas, Quique Sanchez-Tredwell has joined Pachuca.

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Should have an update tomorrow, but here's more latest changes

Josh Crane is now the new manager at Championship side Peterborough and Rocky Brittus is now Ipswich manager.

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Chopper is now managing his 8th club. He's still in Spain and now the manager of Atletico Madrid.

Josh Crane has been sacked by Wrexham and Rocky Brittus sacked by NEC.

Bakra is now the manager of Vitesse and having spent 5 years with Atlas, Quique Sanchez-Tredwell has joined Pachuca.

:o Why did he leave Atlas?! :(

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Any idea of Peterboroughs stats? What they have done recently, what is their financial situation, where they are predicted to finish and where they are in the league? Thanks Beamsy...KUTGW

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Chopper is now managing his 8th club. He's still in Spain and now the manager of Atletico Madrid.

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Journeyman :cool:

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Any idea of Peterboroughs stats? What they have done recently, what is their financial situation, where they are predicted to finish and where they are in the league? Thanks Beamsy...KUTGW

They are currently 20th in the Championship, but should survive the drop, they are predicted 15th. Only 4 games left though. Their financial status is insecure, estimated value £1.8m (loan debt £6.25m).

They have spent most of the last 24 years in the championship, the odd time in League One and once in the Premier League in 2017/18 season. FA Cup highest place is 5th round, League Cup final in 2022/23 but lost and they didn't win the Johnstones Paint Trophy the 3 times they played.

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End of Season 2036/37

Staff

Nick Adam - A good season for Nick and Chelsea. He took over when Chelsea were 19th in the league and got them to 8th and won the Champions League.

Bakra - Only a few games in charge but he helped Vitesse secure 4th place in the league and win the Dutch Cup.

Jimmio Bowmanaggio - Varese finished 7th in Serie B, missing the play-off places on goal difference.

Rocky Brittus - A lucky escape for Rocky and Ispwich, who finished 17th in the Premier League, staying up with 2 goals difference.

Chopper - Not a great season since leaving Sporting, but at least he didn't get Atletico relegated, they finished 9th. Sporting finished 2nd.

Matthew Cooper - Not got an easy group in the World Cup qualifying, but should still qualify, although it may be through the play-off.

Josh Crane - Failed to win any of the 8 games played since taking over Peterborough, but they were pretty much guaraneed safety anyway. finishing 21st in the Championship.

Whoopski Deeski - No league win this season for Whoopski and Anzhi, but he did get another cup, the Super Cup. Anzhi finished 7th in the league.

Simone Finke - Old Boys weren't promoted again, i'm beginning to wonder if they ever will be.

Ben Goldsmith - A good season for Ben and Millwall, who finished 6th in the Championship, but lost in the Play-off final.

Alejandro Hernandez - Inter were struggling in mid table when he took over and he did a good job, taking them to 4th place, just getting into the Champions League.

Arie Kanarie - Failed to get through the Euro U-21 qualifying last season, but his side are currently 1st for next seasons competition.

Igor Kesina - Igor did what Whoopski Deeski did when at Amkar, winning the league. Igor's first cup and hopefully more to come.

David Le Soire - Still searching for a new job.

Long Tym Toon Jr. - Did a good job in his first full season as a manager, taking Spartak to 4th in the League, getting a Europa League place.

Jason McIllmurray Jr. - Dundee were struggling most of the season at the bottom of the table and Jason helped them to 9th place in the league.

Silvio Mella - No league to mention but Busaiteen are in the Asian Confederations Cup and got through the group stage and 2nd round, the next round is played in September.

Quique Sanchez-Tredwell - Not a great decision from the Jamaican, whose former side went on to win the league closing stage. Pachuca finished 9th in the closing stage.

Aleksander Radakovic - Still doing well at Serbia and currently looking to qualify for the World Cup. Serbias group isn't too tough.

Bjorgvin Radebe Jr. - It's looking the same for Bjorgvin and Iceland, currently bottom of the qualifying group and unfortunately likely to stay there.

Mathew Schneider - A better finish than last season for Malaga, finishing 10th in the league.

Stuart Shaw - Still searching for a new job.

Tom Skull - West Ham were predicted to go straight back down to the Championship, but Tom did a good job keeping them there, finishing 13th and reaching the League Cup semi-final.

The Mad Scot - Still searching for a new job.

White Widow - White Widow was sacked by PSG for finishing 5th in the League. He quickly joined fellow Ligue 1 side Nancy.

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I'm wondering if Old Boys will ever get promoted too. Must be doing something right though, is that about 6 seasons in charge now?

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Disappointing season, time to hit the big leagues I think.

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We have some fairly big changes.

Matthew Cooper was sacked as England manager and Tom Skull has taken over. Cooper got them to the play-offs of qualifying, but has been sacked before he's had chance to get them to qualify, so all praise will go to Tom Skull if they qualify and do well. Matthew has now gone on to become Manchester United manager.

The N.Ireland manager failed to qualify for the World Cup and was sacked, the job has gone to Jason McIllmurray.

Elsewhere The Mad Scot is now back to managing, this time he's in Ukraine to manage top side Shakhtar, he rejected Hibernian and Dundee Utd.

Just 2 managers without a job now.

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Looks like I haven't taken a massive step back after failing (unfortunately) as England manager. Hopefully my tenure at United will be better.

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Long Tym doesn't seem to like bringing players in oh well got into Europe that's the main thing :D

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Some changes that happened not long after.

Whoopski Deeski is now the new manager at CSKA and Mathew Schneider left Malaga for Gladbach.

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World Cup 2038 Groups

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So England failed to get through, so it's just Aleksander Radakovic again.

Elsewhere Spartak Moscow manager Long Tym Toon Jr. has been sacked.

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I think he was just doing badly, the last time i checked Spartak were 11th in the league.

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Interesting move to CSKA, would be nice to move away from Russia though.

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Let's see how McIllmurray Jr. fares with the national team. They had managed one EURO when he was playing, maybe he'll grant them one more while managing :)

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Wow, I should be sacked already from the England job after failing to qualify when Cyprus & Hungary have :(

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Actually it'll be tonight, will do it while i listen to The Football Ramble.

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End of Season 2037/38

Staff

Nick Adam - Nick was sacked by Chelsea having finished 10th in the league. He has now moved to Spain to manage Villarreal.

Bakra - A good season for Bakra who took Vitesse to 1st in the league and won them the Dutch Super Cup.

Jimmio Bowmanaggio - Still assistant at Varese who were promoted back to Serie A having finished 2nd in the league.

Rocky Brittus - Not a great season, but Ipswich were predicted 17th and Rocky took them to 14th in the Premier League.

Chopper - A very good season for Chopper who took Atletico to 2nd in the league, Villarreal ran away with the title though.

Matthew Cooper - Man Utd were in trouble when Matthew took over and he eventually got them to 16th, their lowest ever finish in the Premier League.

Josh Crane - Josh was sacked by Peterborough having basically got them relegated from the Championship, he was sacked before the end of the season though.

Whoopski Deeski - Not too bad of a season, finishing 4th in the league and reaching the Russian Cup semi-final.

Simone Finke - Still not a lot to say as Old Boys aren't promoted yet.

Ben Goldsmith - Ben did really well and got Millwall promoted to the Premier League, but then left for Stoke, who finished 2nd in the Premier League.

Alejandro Hernandez - Alejandro took Inter to 5th in Serie A and reached the Italian Cup semi-final. Europa League next season.

Arie Kanarie - Just 1 game left in the U-21 qualifying group and they should finally qualify for the competition next year.

Igor Kesina - Another good season for Amkar and Igor, winning the league, super cup and russian cup.

David Le Soire - Still looking for a new job.

Long Tym Toon Jr. - Still looking for a new job.

Jason McIllmurray Jr. - Doing ok so far and will now have to try and qualify for Euro 2040. Bjorgvin Radebe Jr and Iceland are in the same group.

Silvio Mella - Silvio and Busaiteen were knocked out of the Asian Confederations Cup in the quarter finals, by Thai team Buriram PEA FC.

Quique Sanchez-Tredwell - Pachuca finished 1st in the Closing Stage, but ended up losing out in the Semi-final. His former team Atlas won the Opening Stage.

Aleksander Radakovic - Serbia havn't won in the last 4 games, drawing 2 and losing 2. Will now take Serbia to their 2nd World Cup with him in charge.

Bjorgvin Radebe Jr. - Iceland also havn't won in the last 4 games and will now aim to qualify for Euro 2040.

Mathew Schneider - Mathew took over at Gladbach when they were around 15th and ended up finishing 13th in the league.

Stuart Shaw - Still looking for a new job.

Tom Skull - Tom isn't doing too well so far for England and now he'll have to qualify for Euro 2040, their group looks pretty easy.

The Mad Scot - The ukrainian league isn't loaded at the moment, so no idea if they won the league or not. They reached the Champions League 1st Knockout Round.

White Widow - White Widow was sacked again, but he has stayed in France, taking over Stade Malherbe Caen. They finished 15th in the league.

World Cup updates later on.

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World Cup 2038 Groups

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Serbia are through and will play Ghana, then either Australia or China.

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Ooohhh, doing well! Stoke finished 2nd?!!! hopefully that means a good squad, and Champions League as well!

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Rocky Brittus has left Ipswich and is now managing Premier League side Portsmouth.

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World Cup Knockout Round

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A better show from Serbia who lost out to the winners again. They finshed 4th in the end.

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Looks like I've finally got bored of relegation battles.

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Wow very surprising to win the league and cup with vitesse after failing with groningen

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Step by step Serbia get closer to that World Cup, maybe in four more years, wonder how long I will keep managing those boys.

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Will I ever get another job?

No idea, only time will tell really. You get linked with various jobs, but never offered any.

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Will be holidaying most of the day having not done any yesterday, so expect various little updates throughout, unlikely to get a end of season one done though.

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Will be holidaying most of the day having not done any yesterday, so expect various little updates throughout, unlikely to get a end of season one done though.

Or not, as there hasn't been any changes yet :p

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Some changes

Josh Crane is now manager of League One side Crawley Town, while Alejandro Hernandez is sacked by Inter and became Fiorentina manager.

Elsewhere Long Tym Toon Jr. became manager of Anzhi and Matthew Cooper was sacked by Man Utd.

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Some changes

Josh Crane is now manager of League One side Crawley Town, while Alejandro Hernandez is sacked by Inter and became Fiorentina manager.

Elsewhere Long Tym Toon Jr. became manager of Anzhi and Matthew Cooper was sacked by Man Utd.[/quote

Wahooo Plenty of money spend but wonder if he will buy any players :lol: i must love Russia

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Damn, sacked by Inter?! Shame, but Fiorentina is still decent

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These are the latest changes into the new year, and the last for today.

Ben Goldsmith has been sacked by Stoke and Nick Adam was sacked by Villarreal and was given the Stoke job. The Villarreal job has gone to Chopper, who is now at his 9th club as a manager.

The only other news is that Mathew Schneider has left Gladbach for Premier League side Swansea.

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Grr another mediocre club. Need a big club - come on get crawley up with their random money :)

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Jeez the teams in the world cup was crazy! The groups stages were insane! But I do hope widow will make a name for himself in management, hes not doing to well unfortunately. Would love an international job of one of those teams that did rubbish in the world cup

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Well well well, doesn't look as if I'll make it as a top level manager anymore if I was sacked by United, Chelsea to hopefully come calling!

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No changes all the way up to May.

Now we have Ben Goldsmith taking over Swansea after Mathew Schneider was sacked.

Will have the end of season update done tomorrow.

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Hi CharlesBeans, I was just wondering what CA and PA people started on for this challenge? And that I've read through it and its really good! I am about to start my own version of this, have you got any tips for me?

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Have replied to your PM and the main thing to do is, not let too many people sign up :p or it'll take forever.

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