Robinho Lazaró wasn't the only one who thought he was kind of a big deal. Upon picking up the ringing phone that broke the calm of his villa up in the Colombian hills he noticed the incoming call was coming from England.
After nine years in the Championship and 11 years in charge of Bolton Wanderers, we'd led the club back to the Premier League as Champions in 2031. Now we had a huge task on our hands to strengthen the squad for a relegation battle.
The Leeds United save had gotten off to a great start, heading into 2019 on a three-month unbeaten streak. The January transfer window saw a bit more activity, with the main outgoing seeing Kemar Roofe - who I'd decided wasn't as good as Patrick Bamford - moving to Swansea City for £5 million. We brought... Continue Reading →
My new Football Manager 2019 save sees us seize control of a sleeping giant in the form of Leeds United. The three-time English champions last won the league title back in 1992, the first season before the formation of the Premier League. They reached the semi-finals of the Champions League back in 2001 but soon... Continue Reading →