The Crazy Gang supporters had a summer to remember in 2037 as their heroes Eli, Rodolfo Díaz, Andrés Araújo, Valentin Schumann-Blaschke, Alan Kardec, Javier Santamaría, Theo Hernández and Vinícius Júnior and co paraded the Premier League and Champions League trophies around the streets of South London.
Flamengo finished runners-up in the Brazilian league and Copa Sudamericana in 2040 but Robinho Lazaró had bigger ambitions. His sole remaining task was to win South America's biggest prize, the Copa Libertadores, with a Club World Cup on the horizon.
Two-time reigning Aswijan champions Khaliza Unidi didn't require too much rebuilding in the summer of 2025, which was lucky as we had a pesky Club World Cup competition to play in.
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.
The Atalanta boys moved into 2027 as two-time World Champions and lurking closely behind the two Milan clubs in Serie A with a couple of games in hand.
Having put our names in history by becoming World Champions for the first time in Atalanta's history last time out, we moved into 2026 in second place in Serie A and looking ahead to the knockout stages of the Champions Cup. The New Year got off to a bad start as we lost second striker... Continue Reading →