Welcome back guys, This post will see our run in for the end of the 2031-32 season we’re still in 4 competitions so lets see how we get on.


An extra time win vs Palace in the Fa Cup sees us into the 5th round. Only 3 points from a possible 9 before Man City smashed us in the EFL Cup Final.


Brentford and Everton were pushed aside as we made it through to the FA Cup Semi’s 2 points from a possible 9 in the league. Out on pens vs Lyon in the Europa League after 2 0-0 games.


7 from a possible 12 in the league sees an uptick in form and we’re into our second FA Cup final in a row!


Back to back FA Cup wins!!! we finished with 7 points from a possible 9 in the league.


Gutted to miss out of Champions League Football on goal difference with a late QPR goal in the final game. But a good season all around.


I think the percentages of votes for FPOTY shows how well the team performed overall. I had Jamie as the better player.


Only two players in, One for now and one for the future.


£21m on a 16 year old but the market is crazy. I’ll look to retrain him as a Mezzala to fit into my tactic.


A new elite striker brought in to lead the line next season. I’ve been following him for a few seasons and decided now was the time to bring him in.

Off the pitch

I was asked by @SOGGplaysFM for an update on my youth set up as i haven’t mentioned it since League One days!
So as you can see we have improved off the pitch as well as on it. Apart from the Stadium no matter how much I ask and £200m balance the board have no interest in every expanding let alone a new stadium.

In conclusion a good season, I’m hoping the addition of Joacy can get us into the CL this season ahead.
We’re at the point now where the squad only needs one to two additions a season and with decent players going for £100m+ we will have to scout well and invest wisely.

Cheers for reading


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