What would happen if Celtic and Rangers entered the English football pyramid in non-league?
Roth Raivers | Part 22: Season 7 Reflection
In 2035, Raith Rovers had reached a European final and qualified for Europe for the first time in 30 years. Could they build on that? You bet they could, as Robí di Lathamé's team of heroes won the club's first European trophy, won the League Cup and qualified for the Champions League for the first time in its history.
Roth Raivers | Part 20: League Cup Winners!
It was safe to say that Robí di Lathamé was enjoying life in Kirkcaldy, despite the relative lack of finances available to him. And it was in such a happy state of mind soaking in the rare rays on Kirkcaldy beach that he received a phone call from chairman Robbie McGinn.
Roth Raivers | Part 18: A European Final!
At this point, I am so glad I'm not streaming Football Manager as... I went absolutely berserk celebrating. I composed myself, went on the defence and time-wasting and we held on for a 2-1 to reach the Europa Conference League Final!!
Roth Raivers | Part 15: Best of the Rest
Plucky Raith Rovers had made an astounding start to their second season in the Ladbrokes Premiership. The side was showing that you can win things with kids as they sat third in the league, well behind leaders Celtic but just one point back from Rangers, and looking forward to a League Cup Final against the former.
Roth Raivers | Part 12: First Point Against The Old Firm!
Manager Robí di Lathamé was celebrating doubling his wages to £2,500-a-week as a reward for making a solid start to life in the Scottish Premiership.
Roth Raivers | Part 11: Premiership Rebuild
Young English manager Robí di Lathamé had been granted the luxury of a few days off by Raith Rovers chairman Robbie McGinn. He'd taken a quick weekend break to soak up some sun in the south of France and visited a few pals back in London who'd been keeping up with his Scottish management exploits.