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Alan Shearer was enjoying a much-deserved lazy morning lie-in having just led Southampton to Champions League qualification and a first-ever European trophy. That was until the peace was disturbed by the startling blare of his mobile phone.
The Southampton board rewarded Alan Shearer for his 8th-place finish and Carabao Cup win with a whopping transfer budget that was effectively around £300 million.
You may have heard the news that Southampton were recently the subject of a "tycoon takeover" from Serbian media mogul Dragan Solak. Having just completed our Spending Saudi Gold Football Manager Experiment following Newcastle's tycoon takeover, this presented the perfect opportunity to run another one.
With another season of European football to come at Elland Road, we headed into the 2023/24 campaign in a confident mood and with more exciting youngsters establishing themselves as first choices. The summer of 2023 saw a fairly hefty clear-out, which included a club record sale and a club record total of incoming transfer fees.... Continue Reading →
We moved into the latter stages of the 2021/22 campaign, our third in the Premier League with Leeds United, embroiled in a very tight mid-table battle. We began the year by selling centre-back stalwart Pontus Jansson, who'd been overtaken by youngster Benoit Badiashile in the pecking order, to Bournemouth for £4 million. In his place... Continue Reading →
We moved into 2021 with Leeds United building on a good first campaign in the Premier League and looking to go even better second time around. We added a few youngsters to the mix in Janaury, including the very exciting 18-year-old Colombian striker Leonel Larrahondo. While young defender Ben Godfrey, who hadn't progressed as I'd... Continue Reading →
Leeds United went into 2020 sitting pretty in eight place in their first season back in the Premier League after a strong run of five wins and a draw through December had catapulted them up the table. I didn't see much need to spend in January, instead waiting for the summer when it looked like... Continue Reading →
The Atalanta boys went into 2034 still unbeaten in Serie A as they went in chase of a tenth straight Scudetto.
The injury crisis may be ongoing but amid the adversity, I've uncovered a little beauty in youngster Curtis Jones. The 17-year-old midfielder was thrown into my Liverpool side for the visit of Southampton, given we had no other options. I switched up my formation from a 4-1-2-3 to a 4-2-3-1, popped him in the hole... Continue Reading →