After 15 years in-game at Bolton Wanderers, I thought it'd be good to reflect on our time at the club and have a look around the world of football in 2035. So read on for our best players, competition histories, manager updates, and the best regens in the world!
After nine years in the Championship and 11 years in charge of Bolton Wanderers, we'd led the club back to the Premier League as Champions in 2031. Now we had a huge task on our hands to strengthen the squad for a relegation battle.
Our 20th season of this Journeyman Football Manager 2020 save saw us wrap up a 13th league title and our second in Holland with Feyenoord. We'd dominated the Dutch league, winning the title by a huge 10 points from Ajax.
The life of a football manager is such that you have to put aside personal preferences and favourite clubs in order to achieve your professional goals. And that was the case as Bolton Wanderers fan Robí Sebastian Jesús di Lathamé took the reigns at Manchester City.
Having just wrapped up a third consecutive Bundesliga title and an 11th career domestic title, Robí Sebastian Jesús di Lathamé was leading England through EURO 2036 when something quite unexpected occurred.
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.
Valencia went into the final ten games of La Liga in 2025/26 locked in a four-way battle for the final two Champions League places with Espanyol, Villarreal and Atletico Madrid.
I'll freely admit that today's episode of Marching On Together is totally ridiculous, but at the same time brilliantly amazing. The Leeds United boys moved into 2025 with new signing Raheem Sterling and Brazilian striker Sidnei spearheading a lethal attack that had us flying high in the Premier League and into the Champions League knockout stages.... Continue Reading →
Leeds United had reached heady heights heading into the 2024/25 campaign, with our Euro Cup success leading us into the Champions League and a +£300 million transfer budget at our disposal. We began the Summer by selling off a few players that weren't quite cutting it. This saw midfielder Alessandro Cortinovis move to Derby for... Continue Reading →
Leeds United moved into 2024 on a strong run of form in the Premier League and having secured progression to the knockout stages of the Euro Cup with a 100% record thanks to striker Sidnei's incredible goalscoring form. A quiet January transfer window was dominated by the outgoings of attacking midfielder Armin Djerlek to Werder... Continue Reading →