Our Football Manager Experiment managing Celtic in the Premier League continues as we lead the Bhoys out onto the hallowed turf of Wembley.
An 8th-successive highest finish in AFC Wimbledon history saw the club looking in really good shape to prepare for a 3rd year in the Premier League.
After much deliberation, Robinho Lazaró decided to stay in Portugal. He had an exciting young squad and he was keen to see how far he could take this talented group.
Episode three of our new YouTube series experimenting with the Old Firm moving to English football sees another, somewhat less interesting, clash between the two Glasgow rivals.
AFC Wimbledon defied all the odds to survive relatively comfortably in their first-ever season in the Premier League. However, now things were about to get much more difficult, especially considering a dire conclusion to the 2027/28 campaign.
After two years and two league title successes in Portugal, Robinho Lazaró was really enjoying his time with Sporting CP. But, at the ripe old age of 71, he also knew that he'd be foolish not to keep an eye out for new opportunities.
It's a historic - and, admittedly, pretty controversial - moment as Celtic take on Rangers in the first-ever Old Firm derby to be played in English football.
The streets of southwest London were filled with jubilant AFC Wimbledon fans as Trebor Mahtal, Ricky-Jade Jones and co led their exciting young side into the promised land in May 2027.
Sporting CP had enjoyed a fine start to their first title defence in 27 years. But their exciting young squad was attracting envious glances from the best clubs around the world as 2055 ticked around.