After 30 years of managing Bolton Wanderers, we'd absolutely turned this club on its head. Having signed up as boss with the club in League 2 and financial turmoil in 2020, we'd taken it through the leagues, to 15-time Champions of England, seven-times European Champions, and World Champions by 2050.
Bolton Wanderers had another season to remember in 2046/47, winning a second treble as they became 12-times champions of England and five-time European champions.
Bolton Wanderers wrapped up an 11th successive Premier League title in the summer of 2046, which meant that the save was beginning to draw to a close.
An unbeaten start to the 2045/46 campaign had Bolton Wanderers surprisingly sitting second in the Premier League, only trailing a strong Liverpool side on goal difference.
The summer of 2045 saw me become the longest-serving manager in Bolton Wanderers history, surpassing the 25 years and one month of service that saw Charles Foweraker remain at the club from 1 July 1919 to 1 August 1944.
25 years since taking the reins at Macron Stadium, Bolton academy products have played for England, been responsible for the club becoming Champions of Europe 4 times, and winning the club's first-ever and a further 9 Premier League titles.
My 25th season in charge of Bolton Wanderers saw us go into the campaign as nine-time Champions of England, Champions of Europe for the third time in five years and on the back of an outrageous quintuple.
Most current England cricketers - with the exception of Joe Root - struggle to make a 50. But we've made it to our own magical half century of blogs chronicling the exciting adventure of Bolton Wanderers!
The summer of 2043 saw Bolton Wanderers become the most reputable club in the world on the back of winning their second Champions League and wrapping up an 8th consecutive Premier League title.