The achievement of usurping Sir Alex Ferguson in Part 39 feels like an appropriate place to bring this Football Manager Story to an end.
January 2035 began with the sale of striker Bjorn Amler for £19 million, after he’d struggled to only 7 goals in 18 league games so far this season
We've stepped into the past to revive our Atalanta series on the blog today, as we push ahead with the save that's taken us deep into the 2030s.
Last time out we stepped into 2034 on a run of 59 league games without defeat and having progressed to the knockout stages of the Champions League and into the Italian Cup semi-finals.
Having wrapped up a tenth successive Serie A title, I thought it would be timely to introduce you to the players that wrapped up this feat.
We moved into our 16th season in charge of Atalanta having not only won a 10th successive Serie A title, but also gone an entire league season unbeaten and become the greatest manager of all time by lifting the Euro Cup.
The Atalanta boys went into 2034 still unbeaten in Serie A as they went in chase of a tenth straight Scudetto.
Atalanta's hunt for La Decima - a 10th consecutive Serie A title - began with upheaval at the club, as our long-time Chairman Antonio Percassi moved aside with a new tycoon Ty Jenkins completing a takeover.
We moved into 2032 celebrating youth product Matteo Giacalone becoming the first Atalanta player in history to win World Player of the Year and World Golden Ball awards.