A stellar start to the 2061/62 campaign saw Newcastle United sitting top of the Premier League heading into the new year. Surely they couldn't win their first English title since 1927 in Robinho Lazaró's first season in charge?!
After five years in Italy, 77-year-old Roberto Nascimento da Silva Lazaró left AC Milan on a high by winning his fourth successive Scudetto. He had an intriguing new opportunity that he'd accepted mid-way through the 2060/61 campaign, which would take him back to England with his 17th football club and 19th role as a Football Manager.
This experiment, as the save name suggests, takes us to Newcastle United and their new moneybags Saudi owners.
After a brief introduction to Bolton Wanderers and their current plight in Part 1, it was now time to lead the club into its second-ever season in the fourth tier of English football.
Leeds United moved into 2024 on a strong run of form in the Premier League and having secured progression to the knockout stages of the Euro Cup with a 100% record thanks to striker Sidnei's incredible goalscoring form. A quiet January transfer window was dominated by the outgoings of attacking midfielder Armin Djerlek to Werder... Continue Reading →
With another season of European football to come at Elland Road, we headed into the 2023/24 campaign in a confident mood and with more exciting youngsters establishing themselves as first choices. The summer of 2023 saw a fairly hefty clear-out, which included a club record sale and a club record total of incoming transfer fees.... Continue Reading →
Leeds United moved into 2023 having easily secured qualification to the knockout stages of the Euro Cup. This was secured as the 2022 World Cup was taking place in Qatar and the competition was won by France, who lifted the trophy after a penalty shoot-out victory following a 0-0 draw with Italy - which was... Continue Reading →
Moving into the 2021/22 campaign Leeds United had established themselves as a Premier League club following a seventh-placed finish the previous campaign. We continued with a focus on signing exciting youngsters, signing several youngsters from Brazil and immediately loaning them out - so I won't focus on them for now. However, one player that will... Continue Reading →
We went into the 2020/21 campaign having sealed Leeds United's place in the Premier League and enjoying a rise in financial clout as a result. That allowed us to spend a bit more money to strengthen in the summer. Our main signing was Argentinian winger Rodrigo De Paul, who came in for £9.75 million from... Continue Reading →