As Bolton Wanderers' young squad flourished, the club was becoming an increasingly dominant force in the Premier League. The 2037/38 campaign saw us only lose once until the final two games of the season in wrapping up a third successive title.
The good people of Bolton had yet more reason to celebrate in the summer of 2037 as their Bolton Wanderers heroes sealed the unlikely feat of defending their maiden Premier League title.
Despite being unbeaten after 16 games heading into 2035, Borussia Dortmund somehow found themselves in second place in Bundesliga behind the relentless Bayern Munich.
A strong first season with Borussia Dortmund flowed straight into a big summer of football with England in South Korea. But I'd doubled up my international commitments by keeping a close eye on bringing in new talent to bolster the Dortmund squad.
After a few months focusing on managing England in the Nations League, we took advantage of a mini manager merry-go-round to take the reigns at Borussia Dortmund. And, pleasingly, it also takes me to my favourite club in Germany having previously done so in Portugal and Spain.
Last time out the Atalanta boys wrapped up a seventh straight Serie A title, and we were looking to rack up an eighth moving into the 2030/31 campaign. More big summer sales came in the summer, notably holding midfielder William Nsiala - in whom I'd lost faith when he got sent off in a clash... Continue Reading →
Last time I joked about becoming the greatest manager of all time at Atalanta. Well, we've made some progress towards that aim with Robi di Lathamé becoming the greatest English manager of all time - surpassing the achievements of a certain Bob Paisley. We moved into 2029 sitting pretty at the top of Serie A... Continue Reading →
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 →
Last time out we secured Atalanta's first ever Champions Cup triumph, alongside wrapping up a second consecutive Serie A success. Now we look to defend both titles, alongside making the club's first appearance in the Club World Cup. The summer of 2025 saw us bring in a whole host of exciting new youngsters, the pick... Continue Reading →