We’re back with episode two of Champ Man on the Post, a podcast looking back at the history of Championship Manager. Click here to download the episode or you can subscribe to Man on the Post through your favoured podcast app. It’s a jam packed episode including an interview with a CM legend and a cup draw, alongside a healthy amount of reminiscing about how the series started. For a full run down, read on…
Hello and welcome to a new season at the Retirement Home! We’re still on a major high from last week where not only were we promoted from Division 2 but some hero cleared our debt and gave us £2m to spend. That’s a lot of veterans.
Will we spend it wisely in Division 1? I’ll let you be the judge of that…
Good morning and welcome back to the Retirement Home. The old lads are somehow pulling it all together at last, having been down in the doldrums we now sit 5th in Division 2, looking for a return to Division 1 at the second attempt. Financially we remain a mess but thankfully over 35s don’t command much in the way of a transfer fee. Here’s where we pick up:
Well fancy seeing you here! The Retirement Home are bouncing back like Alan Partridge – so not that successfully – but we do at least occupy a playoff place at this early-ish stage of the season. With only over 35s at our disposal and a £3m debt owed, the odds are we will only be heading one way in this table. Then again, we’ve defied the odds before…
Good day to you. The Retirement Home, in my mind, would involve me picking up former International footballers and slowly but steadily making our way up the leagues. We’d have a great time, be everyone’s second team and win, lose or draw, someone would get the drinks in. It appeared that way for two, arguably three seasons. But now, we sit here having just finished 15th in Division Two. This once proud set of men conceded 87 goals on their way to midtable mediocrity in England’s third tier. Where do we go from here?
Ross is crawling to the end of the season with Leeds. He started out with such high hopes but now the question is, can he keep his beloved Leeds in the Premier League? Catch up with part two here.
Here we go then, will i see out the season as Leeds manager? Will we maintain Premier League football? read on to find out.
Newcastle 4 Leeds 1 for the second time this season. Goals from Batty and Speed just feel like the game is having a laugh now
Hello! Welcome back to the Retirement Home, where we are about to embark on the final update of Season 5. Consolidation has been the key as we’ve dragged ourselves from the relegation places to midtable. The debt remains high but nothing will lower our spirits, although a cold winter would be a concern. Here’s where we rejoin the action: