As the reality of Darlington being Champions of England and Europe resonates through football, there’s more fall out to deal with than the end of a series of Dream Team as we head into the 20072008 season. Allow me to catch you up…
Roy Evans did the right thing and resigned as Liverpool manager having seen them relegated from the Premier League, so the Reds are on the lookout for a new manager who can take them back to their former glory. I don’t think anyone expected this:
Man Utd have added another English international to their ranks, Gordon Milne is doing a good job of proving me wrong
At Darlington, I’ve received a great offer for the re-gen of Gazza. I don’t have to sell, we’re very well off financially and the odds of buying a replacement who is as good is limited because despite everything, our reputation is still building up and not as good as it maybe should be.
However, we are well stocked in midfield and we actually have one too many for the squad, so one had to go. And as you’ll see from his stats, he misses half the season anyway with that injury proness rating:
…only to have a quick brainwave and turn it down!
Sure enough, it’s Camacho from Real Madrid to Italy and I’m on for a reunion with new Gazza
Look at how thrilled I am
It’s going to take a special manager to carry on my work
Here’s what I’m dealing with:
It doesn’t need major surgery, afterall the previous manager left on good terms so it’s a nice squad to walk into. Also, Neil Finn. My plan is to win the Champions League and then be away, hopefully in no more than 2 seasons.
Charity Shield did happen before I left…
The managerial madness has another twist though…
Who is out of work?
Over in Spain, Barca want to buy my 34 year old centre half…
Wimbledon prop the table up:
So with everything set up nicely for the middle part of the season, please join us again and we’ll see how long it takes me to ruin Real Madrid. Thanks for dropping by