Last time out I established myself as the greatest English manager of all time by wrapping up a sixth successive Serie A title and a third Champions Cup crown for Atalanta.
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
Moving into the second decade of life at Atalanta there wasn't much left to achieve - other than becoming the greatest manager of all time of course!
The Atalanta boys' bid for a fifth straight Serie A success was off to a great start as we moved into 2028 top of the league still unbeaten.
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.
There was an exciting new beginning for the club as we moved into the brand new Ivan Ruggeri Stadium, named after Atalanta's longest-serving Chairman from 1994 to 2008, to kick off the 2026/27 campaign.
Having just wrapped up a famous and very likely unprecedented sextuple of the European Super Cup, Italian Super Cup, World Club Cup, Serie A, Italian Cup and Champions Cup in 2025/26, I thought it would be interesting to introduce the main stars of this fantastic squad.
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 →