The summer of 2026 is where we ended things in the Aswijan blog series, as I considered winning three consecutive titles and the Champions League worthy of conquering Aswijan. I’d really enjoyed the journey but we’d achieved everything possible in Aswijan club football, so I considered it time for a new challenge.
After seven seasons in Aswijan, we'd just led Khaliza Unidi to a third successive Liga Regale title and become the fictional nation's first Champions of Europe.
Khaliza Unidi were once again running riot in Aswijan, leading Liga Regale and still undefeated heading into 2026 inspired largely by the brilliance of midfield prodigy Ulrich Awono.
Khaliza Unidi have just wrapped up a second successive Liga Regale title and reached the final of the Champions League for the first time. So it's time to reflect on an exciting season in Khaliza.
Khaliza Unidi were in touching distance of defending their maiden Aswijan Liga Regale title, six points clear at the top with two games in hand on Aswijan Malikiy.
After winning their first ever league title in 2023/34, Khaliza Unidi had made a solid start in defending it. After 11 games, we were unbeaten and had just defeated the evil force of Aswijan's dominant, child poaching big boys Aswijan Malikiy.
Khaliza Unidi had just become the champions of Aswijan for the first time, and a little work was required to strengthen for a title defence.
Khaliza Unidi became champions of Aswijan for the first time and claimed their first ever piece of silverware as we romped to the Liga Regale title in 2023/24.
Khaliza Unidi had raced to the top of Liga Regale and stayed there with 10 league matches remaining. The town was buzzing with excitement at the prospect of a first piece of silverware for the club but there was still plenty of work to be done on the pitch.