Robí di Lathamé's 20th season as a football manager saw him lead Feyenoord Rotterdam into 2039 in second place in Eredivisie. However, the club's title defence was looking promising as they'd played rivals and Ajax twice and were well clear of both, only trailing AZ Alkmaar by a point with two games in hand.
I don't want to jump boat after a season as I'm keen to see if we can build something with this Feyenoord side. There's plenty of potential in the club with several exciting youngsters (and there weren't any other jobs going in the summer).
After winning leagues in Portugal, Spain, Germany and England, perennial title winner Robí Sebastian Jesús di Lathamé took a major challenge and sprinkled his magic dust across the Eredivisie.
Life in Holland had gotten off to a flyer as we led Feyenoord to the top of Eredivisie with a healthy ten-point lead over PSV Eindhoven, who had a game in hand, moving into 2038.
Two games into Primeira Liga season three and we'd started well with two wins, including an impressive 4-0 defeat of Vitória de Setubal. But that promising start was soon to hit a bit of a bump.
We've begun putting our stamp on Sporting Lisbon by selling off several of the club's older, non-essential players during the first January transfer window. But it's not affected Sporting's fine form in our first campaign.
Our reign as manager of Sporting Lisbon got off to a flying start as Leões (The Lions) picked up four wins out of four in August then progressed to a strong position before the Winter break.
The summer of 2019 saw plenty of change in Bergamo, with more than 50 players departing the club and a decent handful coming in. With that in mind, and given the fact that most the new arrivals were youth prospects, I wasn't expecting much. However, I've somehow managed to build an Atalanta team that is... Continue Reading →