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Initially, there were no jobs at Zoido's level. A little while later the media began linking him with the Aparecidense job, a Brazilian Serie C team just like Internacional. I would've very much wanted that job, however there was one big issue - they got relegated, meaning I couldn't even apply (due to FM limits, mentioned previously). So, I had to wait until late-December before any jobs popped up that were possible.

Villa Española of Uruguay tier two were the first, closely followed by numerous Colombian second tier clubs. The Uruguayans were the first to offer a job interview, which I took. It went well, therefore...


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From Brazil to Uruguay! Zoido is off to Montevideo to manage Villa Española!

Villa Española currently play in the Uruguayan second tier, the Segunda División to be precise. In the save (2016 to 2067), they've been up and down from the Primera División numerous times throughout but have mostly been a Segunda club. Villa Española play their home football at the Estadio Obdulio Varela on the outskirts of Montevideo, it has a capacity of 3,700. As for honours, El Villa have won the Segunda División four times (2001, 2022, 2041, 2046) as well as many amateur titles pre-2014.

Zoido and his new team will likely be in the fight from relegation, which is calculated by an average points table. Should they exceed that, 1st and 2nd win promotion while 3rd to 6th go into the play-offs. 2067 brings the start of a new season, in 2066 Villa Española placed third bottom of the Segunda División. As for the relegation average points table, they sit fairly comfortably in 6th (15th goes down).

Here's Villa Española's current situation:


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Serie C (MD16/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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Back to losing ways, Juventude take the points in a tight encounter. We're now six points from safety with only six points available. It will be confirmed soon.


Club Friendly

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Second victory in three matches, sadly both have come in friendlies with non-league outfits; this time Aimoré.


Serie C (MD17/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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Wow. A two-goal competitive win, without conceding! First time that's happened in my tenure, against a relegation rival in URT too. So, what's the catch?


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There it is! We beat URT, the team above the drop zone, so needed the team below them (Botafogo) to draw or lose... so what did Botafogo do? They conveniently won, of course. Relegation confirmed, which means...


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Alfredo Zoido has been sacked. Harsh, but it was always going to happen following relegation as Football Manager doesn't have Serie D as one of its playable leagues. Otherwise, I'm certain Zoido would've kept his job, the board were fully supportive all season never once deviating from the job status of 'stable'; even going up to 'secure' at times. Shame.


My Player of the Month: Raphael Roger (CB)


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At the time of the sacking, we sat 10th - admittedly, if Botafogo hadn't got that interestingly timed win we still would've been three points from safety with it out of our hands but still, tough to take. Job one, relegation one for Alfredo Zoido.


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Serie C (MD13/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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Harsh 4–1 defeat to Oeste. It was 1–1 for 59mins after Julián Cortez had equalised Ruy's early goal on 19mins. They went onto score three more goals, a fourth with ten men after a late injury. Six points from safety now, after Botafogo beat Tupi.


Serie C (MD14/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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Another three-goal losing margin, this one made for painful viewing as Tupi destroyed us inside the first 14mins - another own-goal kickstarted their short but deadly rampage.


Serie C (MD15/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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Positive result in August's final competitive fixture, a one-one tie with promotion-chasing Caxias. Juan Mascherano snatching us a point eleven minutes from time. Despite that, relegation is almost upon us; five points adrift with nine points left open.


Club Friendly

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Small mood builder. Narrow friendly win over non-league Atlético Tubarão.


My Player of the Month: Gustavo Correia (CM)


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Relegation close, although that point versus Caxias keeps it interesting for a little while longer at least.


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Another two new signings hoping to change our fortunes. Christian Schusterman (CDM) and Francisquinho (FW), the former has performed decently so far while Francisquinho has had two iffy appearances.


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Serie C (MD8/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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That could be a costly loss of points against URT. Yet another own-goal, our sixth (!) of the season, hands them an undeserved victory. We drop into the relegation zone as a result.


Serie C (MD9/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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Scenes! Totally unexpected win at home to GE Brasil. They took the lead early on, dominated for the majority but we equalised on 68mins via an own-goal (finally one in our favour!) prior to new signing Leonardo Russo grabbing the points on 89mins with a stunning free-kick! That Rosso winner came ten minutes after we went down to ten men, too! Top win.


Serie C (MD10/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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First hammering of the year. Figueirense showed no mercy and put five past us, on our own turf.


Serie C (MD11/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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Much improved performance vs. Macaé, but it wasn't enough to stop us losing to a team that goes (temporarily at least) top of Group B after a 78th-minute Alex goal.


Serie C (MD12/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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The day relegation was all but secured? Critical loss at home to bottom of the table Botafogo. Unfortunate time to play Botafogo, they were winless but had just beat Oeste who were top. We go last with six fixtures to go. Looks bleak.


My Player of the Month: Denílson Fernandes (RB)


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10th in Serie C. Not looking good, still gotta play URT but even beating them might not be enough.


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Leonardo Russo was pre-arranged from a month or two ago, he got that great goal versus GE Brasil - he looks decent. Julián Cortez was somewhat of a 'panic buy', I just wanted a fresh striker to try and lighten us up but it hasn't worked yet.


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Serie C (MD4/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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Undefeated streak of two over. Top of the table Oeste make it four wins in a row for them, Rodolfo Pavone with their goals. Interesting first two appearances for Wanderson, a goal last time out but then he gets himself sent off here.


Serie C (MD5/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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Despite a loss to Tupi, I was pleased with the performance. Two goalkeeping errors were the reason they got their goals to be honest, Azul has been reliable so far but he certainly had an off day here: awful positioning for the first goal, allowed Jefferson to score from range while he misjudged a corner cross for goal two; I had to sub him off. Glad we got a goal, albeit a consolation, to show for our efforts via João Pedro.


Serie C (MD6/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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Third straight loss, this one coming away to Caxias. They deserved to win.


Serie C (MD7/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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Narrow loss at the hands of Juventude, very lacklustre fixture.


My Player of the Month: João Pedro (CB)


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Four games, four defeats. We remain in a decent position still - 8th. A point clear of the relegation zone, URT and Botafogo below are yet to register victories; we face URT next.


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Alfredo Zoido begins his first coaching course!


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Club Friendly

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Another convincing loss, to Metropolitano this time. Now lost to two Serie D teams - that doesn't bode well for our upcoming Serie C campaign.


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Three friendlies, three defeats by the scoreline of 0–2. At least we're consistent! Novo Hamburgo, of Serie D, won it with ease; especially after Denílson Fernandes' red card.


Serie C (MD1/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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Good performance to begin Serie C, but a loss nevertheless. Basically the exact same scenario as the Santa Catarina State Championship meeting between us two: another late Figueirense winner.


Serie C (MD2/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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Point on the board! A welcomed goalless draw at home to Macaé, which gives Alfredo Zoido the first league point of his managerial career.


Serie C (MD3/18 - First Stage, Group B)

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Great way to end May 2066. Three points! Two unbeaten now, first time I've been able to say that with any real conviction. Debut goal for new loan signing Wanderson. Botafogo weren't easily beat, but I'd say we merited the victory.


My Player of the Month: Jéveson José (LB)


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An unexpected start to Serie C. One win, one draw and one defeat. That puts us 5th.


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The aforementioned Wanderson signed on 27 May from Flamengo and had an instant impact on 30 May with that goal vs. Botafogo.


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Santa Catarina State Championship (MD7/9 - Closing Stage)

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Another defeat to Criciúma, again by two goals to zero and again Calabrese scores a first-half brace.


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Decent performance, we battled well with Figueirense but an own-goal got them the victory.


Santa Catarina State Championship (MD9/9 - Closing Stage)

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Our closing stage campaign and our 2018 state championship campaign ends with a loss in Chapecó to Chapecoense, Jobson's red card on twenty-six minutes killed any unlikely hope that we'd do anything in this encounter.


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First of three home friendlies in preparation for the start of our Serie C campaign. Starts with the familiar feeling of defeat, to Brusque who we beat in the closing stage of the state championship.


My Player of the Month: Jailson (CM)


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Our closing stage is over, we complete it in 8th following one win, two draws and six defeats. That one win was crucial, as we've avoided relegation in the overall table by three points - placing 7th. Despite a truck tonne of losses, we actually performed good in total - our expectation was 'don't be outclassed' so we were expected to be at the bottom and probably relegated so all in all a good state championship run.


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Santa Catarina State Championship (MD3/9 - Closing Stage)

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Avaí, the opening stage winners, comfortably win against us at the Estádio da Ressacada. An own-goal and two strikes from Souza the difference.


Santa Catarina State Championship (MD4/9 - Closing Stage)

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We scored! Unfortunately, it comes in yet another loss. Bottom of the table Metropolitano scored twice in two first-half minutes, a second own-goal in as many games from Giovani Lins. February signing Juan Mascherano did at least get us a goal, just the second one of Alfredo Zoido's reign; the other also came versus Metropolitano.


Santa Catarina State Championship (MD5/9 - Closing Stage)

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Victory! After nine matches without a win, Alfredo Zoido tastes three points for the first time against Brusque. Two goals in a row for Juan Mascherano now, hopefully a sign he's settling in. Relived to have finally won, needed it big time with our final few closing stage fixtures coming against the bigger clubs.


Santa Catarina State Championship (MD6/9 - Closing Stage)

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Back down to earth, a third closing stage loss comes at Arena Joinville. Comfortable for the home team.


My Player of the Month: Juan Mascherano (FW)


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With three matches to go in the closing stage, we are 7th. While in the overall table, we are also 7th; still four points clear of the drop, that win over Brusque was oh so important.


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March 2066 saw the arrival of Jailson, a central midfielder joining on loan from Alagoinhas Atlético. Decent impact from him so far.


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Santa Catarina State Championship (MD7/9 - Opening Stage)

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Another tough test, Serie B's Criciúma deservedly won 2–0 via a Calabrese brace. Similar to the Joinville match; our higher division opponents dominated, we defended nicely but their quality shone.


Santa Catarina State Championship (MD8/9 - Opening Stage)

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Penultimate match of the opening stage, we suffered our third straight defeat. Fellow Serie C, although a bigger club, team Figueirense easily beat us by three goals to zero, Damasceno with a double for them. Probably the worst performance of my tenure, didn't even defend good here.


Santa Catarina State Championship (MD9/9 - Opening Stage)

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Our opening stage campaign is over, ends with defeat to Chapecoense; another two-goal loss.


Santa Catarina State Championship (MD1/9 - Closing Stage)

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Somewhat disappointing draw with Guarani to start the closing stage. Felt we played good enough to win, but we just haven't got the end product that's needed.


Santa Catarina State Championship (MD2/9 - Closing Stage)

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Another goalless draw, which emphasises my previous points: good defence, poor attack. Concórdia AC performed OK, but we should've got the three points. Alfredo Zoido remains winless in his managerial career.


My Player of the Month: Azul (GK)


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We finished the opening stage in 7th, decent considering our expectations. We've began the closing stage, sit 6th at the moment following two draws. In the overall table, which goes towards relegation, we are 7th; four points clear of the two relegation spots.


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Two more players have arrived, a striker and a goalkeeper. Juan Mascherano is the striker, an Argentine forward most recently with Unión Santa Fe. Free transfer, hoped he'd change our fortunes upfront but hasn't done so yet. The goalkeeper is Souza, coming from local side Juventus. Just for back-up as Azul was the only 'keeper at the club.


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Record-breaker!


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Superb story, certainly one for the Hall Of Fame.

Kind words, @HockeyBhoy! Thanks!
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Santa Catarina State Championship (MD4/9 - Opening Stage)

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Zoido's debut as Internacional's manager. Decent point away to Brusque, can't complain.


Santa Catarina State Championship (MD5/9 - Opening Stage)

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Back-to-back draws, this time with Metropolitano. Left-winger playing right-winger Glauciano scored a belting goal to put us ahead, but our hosts hit back a few minutes later.


Santa Catarina State Championship (MD6/9 - Opening Stage)

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Toughest test of the state championship so far, Joinville of Serie B. They dominated from beginning to end, had twenty+ shots but only won 0–2. Our cause wasn't helped by Glauciano, the star man from the Metropolitano match, who got sent off just before the interval. Backs against the wall afterwards, we defended spiritedly.


My Player of the Month: Jobson (CDM)


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Two draws and a defeat to start life with Internacional, against the expectation of "don't be outclassed". We look decent at the back, but need a sharper attacking threat. In the Santa Catarina State Championship, we sit 6th behind the 'big five' of Joinville, Avaí, Figueirense, Criciúma and Chapecoense. We're ahead of the bottom four, all of whom are in Serie D or lower so we, as a Serie C side, will be aiming for 6th.


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I've signed two players so far, the window remains open until April (for foreign players) and September (for domestic players). In come Carlos Antônio and Guilherme, both are right midfielders. On arrival, I noticed we literally had no right midfielders so needed two. Both on loan from lower division clubs, Antônio is currently first-choice.


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Here's the manager profile - Meet: Alfredo Zoido. An Argentine football manager, aged 24. He has just Sunday League experience and no coaching badges.

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...and here are the leagues loaded. I've gone for North and South America, mainly for the Spanish-speaking countries but also Brazil and the United States.

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There were a couple of interesting vacancies in Brazil, Mexico and Uruguay. I applied for the necessary jobs and awaited responses. Macaé in Brazil's Serie C were the first to offer me an interview, before their country and league counterparts Internacional (not to be confused with the Internacional of Serie A) did the same. Another interview came from Uruguay Montevideo of, yep you've guessed it, Uruguay. Three intriguing jobs, I attended all three interviews. Macaé liked me but went with someone else, but Internacional did the opposite...


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Alfredo Zoido is off to Brazil for his first job!

As mentioned, Internacional are the namesakes of two-time Copa Libertadores champions Internacional. They're from Lages, Santa Catarina in Brazil and play their football at the Estádio Vidal Ramos Júnior (pictured above). In terms of honours, the club have won just one major trophy since it was founded in 1949 - that was the 1965 Santa Catarina State Championship. They've also won the lower state championships in the past, but have never tasted 'league' success. That's something to note in Brazil, football is pretty much all year round with the State Championship starting in January and the actual league (in our case, Serie C) starting in May.

This is only their third season in 'league' football in the save (since 2016, remember), so it is going to be a big challenge!

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Before I get going with Journeyman's Journey II for proper, I'll be giving a round-up of the top level playable leagues to see what has happened in this game world from the start (2016) to now (2066). For any other viewable competitions, feel free to ask and I'll have a look.
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Africa: South Africa

Mamelodi Sundowns have been the dominant force, winning eighteen Premier Soccer League titles. Kaizer Chiefs aren't far behind, winning fifteen on their part. Orlando Pirates have won a far amount, while the likes of Ajax Cape Town, Cape Town City and SuperSport United have also claimed top division success.

Asia: Australia

Melbourne Victory have won ten Finals, the most of any club in this period. Sydney have won two fewer, eight in total. All the other teams have won it at some point, except one. The Central Coast Mariners haven't won it once, I suppose they are more than happy with their inflatable tomato sauce bottles!

Asia: China

There's no doubting which club has dominated the Chinese Super League - that's Shanghai SIPG. They've won an excellent twenty league titles since 2016, including seven of the last eight. Behind them, there's a surprise club - Shanghai Shenxin have won the top-flight ten times - in real life, they're a fairly basic League One (tier two) team; they've even won the AFC Champions League twice! Real life powerhouse Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao have only won it five times.

Asia: Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a place I managed during Journeyman's Journey I, coaching Eastern and South China - I won the Premier League twice with Eastern but not with South China. Neither of them have been the big force in the autonomous territory, that club has been Kitchee who have clinched its top honour twenty-two times. South China and Sun Hei, a surprise, have won ten each.

Asia: India

Bengaluru have absolutely bossed the I-League, winning it on forty occasions. DSK Shivajians are the only other club to win, they've won it ten times. No other club has knocked Bengaluru off top. Sheer domination.

Asia: Indonesia

Barito Putera hadn't won the Super League pre-2016, but they've tasted triumph eighteen times in this save - a league best. Persib and Persipura (a former club of mine in JJI) are their nearest competitors, winning ten and seven respectively.

Asia: Malaysia

No shocks in Malaysia, as Selangor and Johor Darul Ta'zim are the big boys there. They've shared the title in all bar one season since the beginning, Felda United actually won it in 2017 but since then Johor DT have won it thirty times while Selangor have won seventeen of their own.

Asia: Singapore

Singapore's top dog is Home United, who have secured the title twenty times in the save so far - including ten in a row between 2055 and 2064. Garena Young Lions have won twelve, most coming at the start of the save. Geylang International and Balestier Khalsa have won it a good amount of times too. My old club Albirex Niigata (S) have won three S. Leagues since I left in 2016.

Asia: South Korea

There's big news from South Korea. Gangwon are the biggest Korean club nowadays, they've won the K League Classic in all of the last twenty-five seasons! Before that, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors and Suwon Samsung Bluewings were the big boys - winning nine apiece.

Europe: Austria

Red Bull Salzburg remain the force in Austria, winning the last fifteen titles (twenty-eight overall). The only other winners have come from Vienna, Austria (my old club) and Rapid with ten and eleven.

Europe: Belarus

Belarus has had a decent mix of champions, although BATE have been most successful as expected with twenty-nine. Neman Grodno and Shakhtar Soligorsk are the best of the rest with four and six. Minsk, Torpedo BelAZ and Vitebsk are other notable winners along with Dinamo Minsk.

Europe: Belgium

Anderlecht have won the Belgium title thirty-three times, by far the most. Club Brugge have won nine titles while Standard Liège have achieved seven. No other winners since 2016.

Europe: Bulgaria

Ludogorets are still dominating Bulgaria, gaining another thirty-eight league honours. Other than them, CSKA Sofia and Levski Sofia have done well, Slavia Sofia have won it twice.

Europe: Croatia

Croatia has been a bloodbath of Dinamo Zagreb dominance. They have won every single season since 2016, gaining a total of fifty top division titles. That's hella impressive! Behind them, it's been domination from Rijeka and Hajduk Split who have been either second or third in every season - except one, RNK Split got third in 2024 instead of Hajduk.

Europe: Czechia

Just two clubs have won the Czech top-flight: Sparta Prague and Viktoria Plzeň. Sparta winning sixteen, Plzeň winning a superb thirty-four; becoming the big boy in Czechia.

Europe: Denmark

Copenhagen have won the Superliga thirty-two times, Midtjylland have won a nice thirteen. Odense have won it a few times, Aalborg and Nordsjælland got one each.

Europe: England

Manchester City are England's biggest threat, claiming twenty-four Premier League titles, their city rivals United have won only five. Arsenal have won ten, bringing their overall total to twenty-three. Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur have won it since 2016, but Liverpool still haven't got that illusive nineteenth domestic title. That's despite the likes of AFC Bournemouth and West Ham United winning it in this period.

Europe: Finland

In Finland, HJK have won thirty-two leagues so remain the top team. SJK have been their closest threat, winning eight times. Lahti surprisingly won it in 2018.

Europe: France

Everyone would expect Paris Saint-Germain to be France's outstanding club, and they have won it the most with twenty-four, but Marseille have stepped up towards the end of this spell with sixteen Ligue 1 trophies. Monaco have eight to their name while Lyon won it once in 2060.

Europe: Germany

There have been serious spells of dominance from different clubs in Germany's top-flight. Borussia Dortmund dominated early on, getting fifteen titles between 2016 and 2036. Then Borussia Mönchengladbach had a patch, winning the Bundesliga fifteen times themselves between 2036 and 2055. The most recent spell of bossing it has come from Bayern Munich, who have won all of the last ten titles. Other than them three, RB Leipzig and Bayer Levekusen have got the top honours more than once.

Europe: Greece

Greek football has become more competitive. Olympiacos and Panathinaikos have won a lot of the titles but other sides like Atromitos, Asteras Tripoli, PAOK, Xanthi and AEK Athens have claimed the Superleague crown.

Europe: Hungary

Ferencvárosi are commanding Hungary, celebrating thirty-four leagues. DVSC and Videoton have mainly been the teams to win it if Ferencvárosi failed to do so.

Europe: Iceland

FH have won the most titles in Iceland with twenty-three, Stjarnan have won twelve while KR (10) have done largely well.

Europe: Israel

How about Israel? Well, Hapoel Be'er-Sheva and Maccabi Tel-Aviv have been dominant. Hapoel claiming eighteen, to Maccabi's twenty-eight. Apart from them, only Bnei Yehuda, Maccabi Petach-Tikva and Maccabi Haifa have won Israel's top league.

Europe: Italy

Over in Serie A, Juventus have only won the scudetto five times! Roma have taken their place, winning a stunning thirty titles. AC Milan, Inter Milan and Torino are the only clubs to have won it.

Europe: Netherlands

Ajax are still on top, winning the preceding thirteen Eredivisie trophies; overall, they've won thirty. PSV challenged them a lot in the earlier years, they won it sixteen times. AZ won it twice in 2018 and 2022, while Feyenoord's only triumph arrived in 2043.

Europe: Northern Ireland

In Northern Ireland, Cliftonville have been the bee's knees by grabbing twenty-nine Premierships. Linfield (11) have otherwise been a regular champion, while Portadown and Glentoran have won a couple.

Europe: Norway

Norway's regular winners have been Molde, they've won a pretty ridiculous forty-three titles. Rosenborg have stopped them five times (three coming in the last three years), as did Stabæk in 2021.

Europe: Poland

Over to Poland, where the Ekstraklasa has been exclusively shared between Lech Poznań and Legia Warsaw. However, Legia have bossed it with thirty-four honours while Legia have won the other fifteen. Lechia Gdańsk have been the only side to even break the top two dominance of those two.

Europe: Portugal

No mishaps from the 'big three' in Portugal, no-one has won it ahead of those aforementioned clubs. Here's how it stood between 2016 and 2066. Benfica (30), Sporting CP (15) and Porto (6).

Europe: Republic of Ireland

Nineteen titles have come the way of Dundalk, taking their overall tally to thirty. Shamrock Rovers have won twelve, with St. Patrick's Athletic getting seven. A couple of others have won it, most notably Galway United in 2037; their very first.

Europe: Romania

FCSB are still the best in Romania, thirty-eight titles have gone to Bucharest. Some others have still won it though, including two teams who have won it for the first-time (and not the only time): Iaşi have won three and Viitorul have won four.

Europe: Russia

Russian football has Krasnodar ruling it, they've won a total of twenty-four Premier League trophies. CSKA Moscow won a lot early on, prior to shock relegation. Zenit have triumphed a good amount of times, while Rostov have notably won it twice.

Europe: Scotland

Celtic ran riot in Scotland's early years, they got the first thirty-two leagues consecutively in this save. 2051 saw a change, Rangers won it three times in a row as well as five in a row between 2058 and 2062 (two of those won by me!). Dundee United surprisingly won the Premiership in 2054 and 2056.

Europe: Serbia

Red Star Belgrade have won the Serbian league twenty-eight times, their rivals Partizan have got success seventeen times. Radnicki shocked all in 2038 by winning it, while Vojvodina have claimed their first three titles throughout these years.

Europe: Slovakia

Twenty-two Slovak top division titles have gone to Slovan Bratislava, while MŠK Žilina have won seventeen. Trenčín being the only other champion of Slovakia, they've got ten to their name.

Europe: Slovenia

As for Slovenia, Maribor are still the big guns, thirty-seven trophies have taken their overall score to fifty. Olimpija Ljubljana have done their best to overthrow Maribor by winning ten PrvaLigas. Domžale have won it twice.

Europe: Spain

La Liga looks like this. Barcelona are onto fifty-three titles after claiming twenty-nine successes in the save. Atlético Madrid have actually been their nearest rival, they've secured twelve La Liga cups. Real Madrid have largely struggled, winning only eight.

Europe: Sweden

In the old home of Zlatan Ibrahimović, his old team Malmö are the country's best after winning forty-three trophies including two separate runs of thirteen in a row. AIK have been the best of the rest with four.

Europe: Switzerland

Apart from five titles to Young Boys, Basel have won every other season in Switzerland's top-flight. Basel's overall total is at sixty-three, which shows no signs of stopping as they've won the last ten in a row!

Europe: Turkey

Beşiktaş have been the boss of Turkey in recent decades, overall winning twenty-one Super League titles. However, Fenerbahçe have surpassed by one overall after winning twenty-two. Galatasaray have won only three, while Balıkesirspor 'did a Leicester City' in 2048 to win the Turkish top tier.

Europe: Ukraine

Shakhtar Donetsk and Dynamo Kyiv were Ukraine's dominant duo in the early decades, overall winning twenty-five (three by me) and eleven respectively. However, from 2052 there's been a big change. Dynamo haven't won it since 2040 and Shakhtar have only won it once since 2051 when I left. Olexandriуa have actually become the top team, winning nine of the last nine! Big turnaround, that!

Europe: Wales

Bala Town are very surprisingly Wales' greatest, they came into the save with zero titles but have since won a magnificent twenty-seven! The New Saints are still threatening, winning fifteen. There have been a few shock winners, aside from Bala. Port Talbot Town won it twice in the 2020s, Airbus UK Broughton won it in 2031 while Newtown have won two.

North America: Mexico

Santos Laguna have been the best in Mexico, winning either the Opening or Closing stage forty-eight times. Tigres, meanwhile, have won twenty-three Liga MX titles. Club América are the best of the rest with nine.

North America: United States

MLS Cup has been shared dramatically, with no team seriously dominating. LA Galaxy have won the most with twelve, New York City winning six while New York Red Bulls and Toronto have five each.

South America: Argentina

Seventeen titles have gone to Boca Juniors, while Racing Club have triumphed on fifteen occasions. River Plate have only won nine titles. Others shared by a few, including San Lorenzo and Independiente.

South America: Brazil

In Brazil, Corinthians are dominant with thirteen league honours. Flamengo have competed the ride eleven times. Nine titles have gone to São Paulo, Palmeiras have won eight times.

South America: Chile

Colo-Colo and Universidad de Chile have control of Chile. Colo-Colo have twenty-five titles to them, while Universidad de Chile have won four fewer in twenty-one. A couple of others have won it.

South America: Colombia

Atlético Nacional have bossed Colombia, winning either the First or Second phase eighty-six times! Extraordinary. Santa Fe (7) and Deportes Tolima (2) the other bright lights.

South America: Peru

Peruvian's best club is Alianza Lima, twenty-seven titles have been won by them. Universitario have fourteen to their name. Elsewhere, Universidad César Vallejo have won the first two titles in their history.

South America: Uruguay

Nacional and Peñarol have been the only winners of Uruguay's top-flight. Nacional winning thirteen, but Peñarol have been far on top by winning thirty-six.

Other: World Cup

England and Turkey the only real surprises, England in 2022 and Turkey in 2030 but the other champions are no shock: Brazil, France, Portugal and Spain (x2), Italy and Argentina (x1).


Journeyman's Journey


The Map:

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Yellow/Red circle indicates my current job.
Orange/Green circle indicates my past jobs.


The End: Manager Recap:
This manager's career is over. Running from 2016 to 2061, I recap the career of myself before cracking on with a new manager in the very same game world from 2066.

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JOB 1: Albirex Niigata (S) (SIN) (2016 to 2017) Trophies: 3
I got lucky with my first job. I joined mid-season in the S. League with Albirex Niigata (S) leading the way in the table with half the season to go. Not only that, the League Cup was right on the doorstep - I subsequently won it, winning my first trophy within months. Not long later, I secured the league title. The Singaporean Cup alluded me, but a double in my first half a season in management was extremely fortunate but extremely delighting. In season two with Albirex, we missed out on the Singaporean Cup once again but also lost the league title on goal difference. There was some success though, as I won the League Cup again. Then resigned, enjoyed my short time there.

JOB 2: Persib (IDN) (2018 to 2023) Trophies: 3
After my time in Singapore, I then made the move to Indonesia to manage Persib - one of the top teams in the country. They had finished second the season before I joined, but expectations were high with a title challenge wanted. I kept them in a title race in my first season, but we missed the Super League title by four points. My second year in charge was a bit of a catastrophe as we dropped all the way down to 6th, admittedly only four points off second but that still wasn't good enough. Thankfully, the board didn't sack me. 2020, my third season, I regained 2nd. Then, in my last two years with Persib, I won back-to-back Super League titles as well as a domestic Super Cup. Success!

JOB 3: Eastern (HKG) (2023 to 2026) Trophies: 6
I decided to leave Persib after those league titles, in search of a new challenge. That new challenge was found in Hong Kong, with Eastern. One of the big boys in Hong Kong, they were struggling near the bottom of the eleven-team division with only a little while left in the season. I took over, got them a respectable (for the season) 6th. I made normal service resume in the following season, placing the club 2nd - missing the trophy by four points. We did win one trophy that season though, the 2024 League Cup. In 2025, we won the Premier League trophy as well as the Senior Challenge Shield. In 2026, we did the same but also won the League Cup again. Loved my time with Eastern.

JOB 4: Bucheon (KOR) (2026 to 2027) Trophies: 1
In my three previous jobs, it was a very enjoyable run as it was spent with top clubs in their respective countries/territories which meant we were challenging for titles which is always fun. However, job four was the first of the exact opposite! I joined K League Challenge side Bucheon in 2026, midway through the season. They were challenging for promotion to the K League Classic. My reign started extremely well, I won the K League Challenge and promotion. However, in the top-flight, it was an awful experience. I was sacked months into the season with the club rooted to the bottom. The first of the five sackings for this manager.

JOB 5: South China (HKG) (2027 to 2028) Trophies: 3
After that stuff in South Korea, I headed back to Hong Kong aiming to somewhat rebuild my reputation after failing in my first big job in one of Asia's top leagues. I signed for South China. I was there for just one season and won three trophies: FA Cup, League Cup and Community Cup. However, the league was a struggle as I guided them to 5th. Not all that great for a team that were reigning champions. Overall I enjoyed it, but it was nothing special.

JOB 6: Liaoning Hongyun (CHN) (2028 to 2029) Trophies: 0
Trophies returned in Hong Kong, so I decided to take another crack in Asia's elite. I went to China and managed Super League side Liaoning Hongyun. In season one, I signed midway through and they were fighting relegation. I managed to keep them up, but only via the relegation play-offs. Season two went just as bad, like Bucheon, I was sacked half way into the campaign with my team last in the Super League table and certain for the drop. I was sacked, for the second time in two years. Confidence firmly knocked. After this, I decided to leave Asian football for the first time and head to Europe.

JOB 7: Dynamo Bryansk (RUS) (2030) Trophies: 0
My first European adventure was with Russian First Division (tier two) team Dynamo Bryansk. Unfortunately, it was a nightmare job - somehow, even worse than Bucheon and Liaoning. I wasn't sacked, but I resigned 73 days into my contract. They were a newly-promoted side from the third tier, totally unprepared for life in Russia's second division. Not helped by the fact I joined just after Matchday 1, so no pre-season and little transfer manoeuvrability. We were shocking, far adrift after only a little bit of the fixtures played. I decided to resign and hope someone else could save them - they couldn't, were subsequently relegated back to the third division.

JOB 8: Belgium U21s (BEL) (2030 to 2034) Trophies: 0
I wanted a break from club football, so took up the post of the Belgium Under-21s manager. I remained in Belgium for four years, managing two qualifying campaigns. They had won the U21 Euros a few years previous, so it was a job I was looking forward to. In the two qualifying campaigns I took charge for, we failed to qualify both times. That sounds bad, which it kinda was, but I enjoyed my time with them. In the first qualifying tournament, we only missed the final tournament in the play-offs - losing to Italy. In the other qualifying phase, we didn't perform well but did finish 2nd in our group - not getting enough points for the play-offs.

JOB 9: Khimki (RUS) (2034 to 2037) Trophies: 0
With my reputation dwindling, 2034 saw the upturn in fortunes for this manager. I may have ended up getting sacked by Khimki, but it was an extremely harsh one. They were a mid-table First Division team. In my debut campaign, I got them a solid 13th. Year two saw us move up to 7th, prior to a narrow drop to 9th in the next season (2037). In 2038, we started the season very poorly and found ourselves just above the dropzone within the first three months of action. I felt confident of turning it around, but the Khimki board decided to fire me. I was shocked, I felt I was capable of fixing things but they obviously panicked. In hindsight, this was a massive blessing in disguise!

JOB 10: Mordovia (RUS) (2037 to 2043) Trophies: 1
My sacking coincided with Mordovia sacking their manager. Mordovia were a Premier League team in the First Division, if you know what I mean. They were favourites for promotion following recent relegation, but were languishing down in mid-table when I joined Mordovia. I steadied the ship to place 8th, before firing them to First Division winners in my first full season in charge. Promotion secured! In the Premier League, we were relegated (16th) at the first attempt sadly but the board stuck with me and I gained promotion at the first time of asking. That time in the top tier, we were there to stay - finishing an impressive 7th. A still excellent 11th followed next season before I was poached.

JOB 11: Krylia Sovetov (RUS) (2043 to 2048) Trophies: 1
Krylia Sovetov, now in 2043, were one of the top clubs in Russian football. They liked what they saw from me at Mordovia and decided to sign me up. I was delighted. I would remain with Krylia for five years, constantly qualifying for European competition. No title arrived as Krasnodar were incredibly dominant but I did win them the 2045 Russian Cup in my second season. I thoroughly loved my time in Samara, it was a job that kickstarted the career, but I decided to leave in 2048 for a challenge elsewhere.

JOB 12: Shakhtar Donetsk (UKR) (2049 to 2052) Trophies: 6
Then came my biggest job to-date: Ukrainian powerhouse Shakhtar Donetsk. By far and away the best club in Ukraine, honours were waiting. I won the Premier League in my first three seasons with the club, whilst winning the Ukrainian Super Cup four times. Despite major success, my tenure ended with a whimper as we lost the league title to Vorskla in 2052 but also got beat in the Ukrainian Cup final in two straight years to mid-table Desna. Quite remarkable, looking back. I resigned in 2052.

JOB 13: Austria Vienna (AUT) (2053 to 2055) Trophies: 0
A year later, in 2053, I arrived in Austrian football to sign for Austria Vienna. Although one of the country's big teams, they were far behind Red Bull Salzburg who bossed its landscape. No trophies were won with the Vienna club, we suffered similar cup misfortune to that what we had with Shakhtar. I got Austria Vienna to a cup final in 2055 but we lost it to mid-table Wacker Innsbruck. So frustrating. Back in the league, I got them three straight third place finishes before resigning during 2056 with the club sat 8th. A job that promised a lot, ended with very little - still a good job to have managed.

JOB 14: Rangers (SCO) (2055 to 2059) Trophies: 2
2055 saw me take a step closer to my homeland of England, by joining Scottish giants Rangers. As usual in the save, I joined in the midst of a season. I guided them to fifth in season one, they were lower when I took charge. Year two was better, finished second but lost the title to Celtic by four points. We hit back hard though as we then won the next two Ladbrokes Premiership titles, but we did lose the Betfred Cup final to Celtic - just no cup luck for me. After four years with Rangers, I did then go to my homeland.

JOB 15: Everton (ENG) (2060) Trophies: 0
Everton became my first English club, I signed midway through the season obviously. A Premier League ever-present in the save, they were expecting mid-table but I joined with them threatened with relegation, I saved them from it by placing sixteenth. Similarly to Liaoning Hongyun all the way back in 2028, I was fired in the following season after failing to turn the team into a mid-table side. We weren't adrift, but the Everton board sacked me during the winter holidays as we sat eighteenth. Disappointing spell on Merseyside.

JOB 16: Birmingham City (ENG) (2061) Trophies: 0
The final job. After leaving Everton, I decided to drop down a division to sign for Birmingham City of the Sky Bet Championship around a month later. It was to be a pretty fantastic half a season with Birmingham. I joined with them fifth in the play-offs, eight points off the target of automatic promotion. I clawed those points back and returned Birmingham to the Premier League, which they left twelve months previous, by finishing in second place. It was the manager's last job, a fun one at that.

Finally, below you can see the manager's final profile and a visual recap of his jobs.

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Thanks for reading!



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Career Recap:
2016–2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) | (Singapore/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2018–2023 | Persib | (Indonesia/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 9 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2023–2026 | Eastern | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: 0. resigned
2026–2027 | Bucheon | (South Korea/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 1 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2027–2028 | South China | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2028–2029 | Liaoning Hongyun | (China/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2030 | Dynamo Bryansk | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2030–2034 | Belgium U21s | (National/3) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2034–2037 | Khimki | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2037–2043 | Mordovia | (Russia/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: 2 / Relegations: 1. poached
2043–2048 | Krylia Sovetov | (Russia/1) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2049–2052 | Shakhtar Donetsk | (Ukraine/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2053–2055 | Austria Vienna | (Austria/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2055–2059 | Rangers | (Scotland/1) | Trophies: 2 / Awards: 13 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2060 | Everton | (England/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2061 | Birmingham City | (England/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 2 / Promotions: 1 / Relegations: 0. retired

Total Jobs: 16 | Total Trophies: 26 | Total Awards: 26 | Total Promotions: 4 | Total Relegations: 1

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Trophies won:
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) S. League.
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.

2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super Cup.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.

2024 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.

2026 | Bucheon -- (South Korea) K League Challenge.
2027 | South China -- (Hong Kong) Community Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) FA Cup.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) First Division.
2045 | Krylia Sovetov -- (Russia) FA Cup.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.

2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.


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Awards won:
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) Manager of the Year.
2018 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, June.
2019 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, October.
2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, May.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) Manager of the Year.
2056 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, March.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, April.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, May.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, February.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.

2061 | Birmingham City -- (England) Manager of the Month, February.
2061 | Birmingham City -- (England) Manager of the Month, March.
Journeyman's Journey


The Map:

https://i.imgur.com/QE7NhOl.png
Yellow/Red circle indicates my current job.
Orange/Green circle indicates my past jobs.


2061 - May:
One game to go. With the Sky Bet Championship title already won by Nottingham Forest, it was left to us, Birmingham City, and third place Norwich City to fight for the final automatic promotion spot.

Fixtures:
https://i.imgur.com/XFVgsuR.png

Table:
https://i.imgur.com/lAD6FmJ.png

Competitions:
https://i.imgur.com/Ca0sFM6.png

Promotion! Our talisman Liam McCabe netted a hat-trick in the league finale at home to Bradford City to secure Birmingham their place back in the Premier League, a year on from relegation. We actually went a goal down to Bradford, I was fearing the worst but thankfully McCabe took his Championship goal tally to thirty-three (33! - 37 overall) to claw us back from death. It was needed too as Norwich City did their bit away to Watford by winning, so those McCabe goals were oh so precious!

Seven different awards were given to the players, they can be seen below with the end of season squad statistics.

https://i.imgur.com/uDkVjj1.png

https://i.imgur.com/FnuxtnS.png

https://i.imgur.com/6VIo5C3.png

https://i.imgur.com/QJCIuFW.png

https://i.imgur.com/ojNOn3F.png

https://i.imgur.com/N9KuwjX.png

https://i.imgur.com/ZCjstDn.png

https://i.imgur.com/7ghB5wS.png


And that is all this manager writes. I have decided to end this manager's journey here, it seems the best place for him to stop.

https://i.imgur.com/5f0yXEV.png

At the age of 65, I've decided for him to retire. After guiding them back to the Premier League, where they belong, it's a good time for a different manager, ideally younger, to turn them into a solid Premier League outfit. Here's hoping! As I've stated recently, this manager may be ending but the save world will (if all goes well) continue! I'll add a new manager a few years down the line, in a different set of leagues and a different background - that'll be in a separate blog post too!

I've loved this manager. Excellent career, which I'll recap in this blog post's final post. On a personal level, it is by far the furthest I have ever gone in Football Manager. I usually do a load of seasons before getting bored and starting a new one, but this career just kept going and going and the more I achieved the more I wanted to continue it. With that said, it's the perfect time to end this manager and start afresh.

Thanks for reading!

Next: The End: Manager Recap


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Career so far:
2016–2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) | (Singapore/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2018–2023 | Persib | (Indonesia/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 9 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2023–2026 | Eastern | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: 0. resigned
2026–2027 | Bucheon | (South Korea/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 1 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2027–2028 | South China | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2028–2029 | Liaoning Hongyun | (China/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2030 | Dynamo Bryansk | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2030–2034 | Belgium U21s | (National/3) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2034–2037 | Khimki | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2037–2043 | Mordovia | (Russia/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: 2 / Relegations: 1. poached
2043–2048 | Krylia Sovetov | (Russia/1) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2049–2052 | Shakhtar Donetsk | (Ukraine/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2053–2055 | Austria Vienna | (Austria/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2055–2059 | Rangers | (Scotland/1) | Trophies: 2 / Awards: 13 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2060 | Everton | (England/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2061 | Birmingham City | (England/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 2 / Promotions: 1 / Relegations: 0. retired

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Trophies won:
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) S. League.
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.

2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super Cup.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.

2024 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.

2026 | Bucheon -- (South Korea) K League Challenge.
2027 | South China -- (Hong Kong) Community Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) FA Cup.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) First Division.
2045 | Krylia Sovetov -- (Russia) FA Cup.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.

2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.


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Awards won:
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) Manager of the Year.
2018 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, June.
2019 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, October.
2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, May.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) Manager of the Year.
2056 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, March.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, April.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, May.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, February.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.

2061 | Birmingham City -- (England) Manager of the Month, February.
2061 | Birmingham City -- (England) Manager of the Month, March.
Journeyman's Journey


The Map:

https://i.imgur.com/QE7NhOl.png
Yellow/Red circle indicates my current job.
Orange/Green circle indicates my past jobs.


2061 - March and April:
The penultimate months of the 2060–61 campaign. We, Birmingham City, headed into it in a promotion fight with the likes of Nottingham Forest, Norwich City and Stoke City.

Fixtures:
https://i.imgur.com/C7t48Hz.png

Table:
https://i.imgur.com/SiWcX0w.png

Competitions:
https://i.imgur.com/P9X2k0n.png

We ended February 2061 with three consecutive three-nil wins, that was put to four as we beat Aston Villa in the Second City derby. Liam McCabe, Rúben Mota and Sacha Martin scoring, a fantastic win at Villa Park! Days after, I faced the biggest match of my Birmingham tenure so far - league leaders Nottingham Forest. McCabe netted on 19mins to subsequently secure us a massive three points, it took us a win away from Forest in the table. Sadly, that momentum was immediately tarnished as we conceded a late leveller at Plough Lane to AFC Wimbledon on 12 March to tie 1–1. We made amends with back-to-back 3–0 victories over Stoke City and Burnley respectively.

On 5 April, I lost for the first time as Birmingham manager in the Sky Bet Championship. Tom Hewitt and Roger Mellor scored three minutes apart from each other to give Cardiff City a win at St. Andrew's, ending my eleven-game unbeaten streak in the league. The lads stepped up massively across the month's final four fixtures as we went onto gain all twelve points possible. Middlesbrough and Grimsby Town were defeated over a busy two-game weekend, both by a scoreline of 2–1. After that, we got the better of Sheffield Wednesday and West Bromwich Albion by scoring six goals over the two matches. Four straight wins! McCabe netting four times throughout, top player.

As we beat West Brom, we sat second three points off leaders Forest but our closest challengers Norwich City (3rd) lost to Bradford City on that matchday, meaning we were four points clear of third with only two fixtures to fulfil. And who did we face on the penultimate day? Norwich City, of course. Avoid defeat, and we'd win promotion to the Premier League. That didn't happen, though, as we bottled it to lose 4–1 at Carrow Road. We weren't as bad as the scoreline looked, but Norwich wanted it far more. That puts them just one point off of us with one match to play. Forest subsequently won the title. On the last day, we face Bradford City (H) while Norwich take a trip to Watford.

A tense finale awaits! Awards/squad statistics below:

https://i.imgur.com/zZOYU2Y.png

https://i.imgur.com/bRuXzU5.png

https://i.imgur.com/SMfVZI5.png

https://i.imgur.com/SDgDzmH.png

https://i.imgur.com/Ej0tdDd.png

https://i.imgur.com/cj7VOdh.png


Thanks for reading!

Next: 2061 - May (w/ Birmingham City)


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Career so far:
2016–2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) | (Singapore/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2018–2023 | Persib | (Indonesia/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 9 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2023–2026 | Eastern | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: 0. resigned
2026–2027 | Bucheon | (South Korea/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 1 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2027–2028 | South China | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2028–2029 | Liaoning Hongyun | (China/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2030 | Dynamo Bryansk | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2030–2034 | Belgium U21s | (National/3) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2034–2037 | Khimki | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2037–2043 | Mordovia | (Russia/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: 2 / Relegations: 1. poached
2043–2048 | Krylia Sovetov | (Russia/1) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2049–2052 | Shakhtar Donetsk | (Ukraine/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2053–2055 | Austria Vienna | (Austria/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2055–2059 | Rangers | (Scotland/1) | Trophies: 2 / Awards: 13 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2060 | Everton | (England/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2061– | Birmingham City | (England/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 2 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0.

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Trophies won:
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) S. League.
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.

2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super Cup.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.

2024 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.

2026 | Bucheon -- (South Korea) K League Challenge.
2027 | South China -- (Hong Kong) Community Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) FA Cup.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) First Division.
2045 | Krylia Sovetov -- (Russia) FA Cup.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.

2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.


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Awards won:
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) Manager of the Year.
2018 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, June.
2019 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, October.
2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, May.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) Manager of the Year.
2056 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, March.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, April.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, May.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, February.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.

2061 | Birmingham City -- (England) Manager of the Month, February.
2061 | Birmingham City -- (England) Manager of the Month, March.
Journeyman's Journey


The Map:

https://i.imgur.com/QE7NhOl.png
Yellow/Red circle indicates my current job.
Orange/Green circle indicates my past jobs.


2061 - January and February:
I have started my new role as Birmingham City's manager in the Sky Bet Championship.

Fixtures:
https://i.imgur.com/tiRhuKt.png

Table:
https://i.imgur.com/BmVDv0q.png

Competitions:
https://i.imgur.com/rziDRXI.png

My debut as Birmingham boss was an extremely tough one - Liverpool, at Anfield, in the Emirates FA Cup fourth round. However, we had little to worry about, as we produced a stunning display to knock the ten-time winners out with a 1–2 win; Ron van Gerwen and Liam McCabe with the goals - we even went a goal down earlier on. My league bow came days later away to Macclesfield Town, which we also won 1–2. McCabe scoring again, after an opener from James Williams. On the following Saturday, we made it three straights wins and three straight three-one winning margins as Millwall were defeated at St. Andrew's after strikes from Rúben Mota and Aleksandar Tadic.

Our three-match winning streak became five in a row, Tadic made it two goals in as many games as he netted the winner away to Bristol City on 88mins. The fifth straight win came on 15 February at home to Derby County, Mota and McCabe (x2) scoring. Five consecutive victories to begin my reign in the West Midlands! It wouldn't become six in a row after Premier League outfit Tottenham Hotspur done what Liverpool couldn't as they eliminated us out of the FA Cup, they won extremely convincingly 4–0 at New White Hart Lane despite us not playing too badly. That loss didn't derail us, as we've won our most recent Championship fixtures on 23 and 26 February respectively.

Dagenham & Redbridge were beat 0–3, Steven Bowles astonishingly scoring a three-minute hat-trick in the second half - as a second half substitute, incredible impact! To end February 2061, we won 3–0 again but this time it came against automatic promotion rivals Ipswich Town - Sacha Martin and Karel Plachy scored absolute belters to go with another goal for McCabe. That means my first month and a bit in charge of Birmingham City has yielded seven victories from a possible eight. Outstanding stuff. It closes the gap to the automatic promotion spots from eight points, when I took charge, to just one point now - we're even six points off top spot. More notable: 15pts inside play-offs!

Usual screenshots below, including the awards; one of which was won by me - February's Manager of the Month award!

https://i.imgur.com/aRhPLpO.png

https://i.imgur.com/gKi6Wcs.png

https://i.imgur.com/Rk6FBEc.png

https://i.imgur.com/IQPjiJP.png

https://i.imgur.com/AzXpbni.png

https://i.imgur.com/8JCthsM.png

https://i.imgur.com/c3yzoiy.png

https://i.imgur.com/U6J09bx.png

https://i.imgur.com/SfR0MFM.png


I signed two players in the transfer window, I joined late during it but I didn't need/want many acquisitions anyway. Vaclav Urbanek is a central attacking midfielder who joins on loan from Manchester United, the third loan signing by the club from United this season after Tadic and the so far unused (by me) striker Artur Miranda. Ian Thorne also arrived, a free agent attacking midfielder who was most recently with Liverpool. Both been good so far. Three left, all non-notable.

https://i.imgur.com/PuBIwOi.png


Thanks for reading!

Next: 2061 - March and April (w/ Birmingham City)


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Career so far:
2016–2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) | (Singapore/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2018–2023 | Persib | (Indonesia/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 9 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2023–2026 | Eastern | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: 0. resigned
2026–2027 | Bucheon | (South Korea/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 1 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2027–2028 | South China | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2028–2029 | Liaoning Hongyun | (China/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2030 | Dynamo Bryansk | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2030–2034 | Belgium U21s | (National/3) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2034–2037 | Khimki | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2037–2043 | Mordovia | (Russia/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: 2 / Relegations: 1. poached
2043–2048 | Krylia Sovetov | (Russia/1) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2049–2052 | Shakhtar Donetsk | (Ukraine/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2053–2055 | Austria Vienna | (Austria/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2055–2059 | Rangers | (Scotland/1) | Trophies: 2 / Awards: 13 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2060 | Everton | (England/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2061– | Birmingham City | (England/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0.

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Trophies won:
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) S. League.
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.

2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super Cup.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.

2024 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.

2026 | Bucheon -- (South Korea) K League Challenge.
2027 | South China -- (Hong Kong) Community Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) FA Cup.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) First Division.
2045 | Krylia Sovetov -- (Russia) FA Cup.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.

2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.


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Awards won:
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) Manager of the Year.
2018 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, June.
2019 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, October.
2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, May.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) Manager of the Year.
2056 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, March.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, April.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, May.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, February.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.

2061 | Birmingham City -- (England) Manager of the Month, February.
Journeyman's Journey


The Map:

https://i.imgur.com/XTiMoit.png
Yellow/Red circle indicates my current job.
Orange/Green circle indicates my past jobs.


2061 - The Job Search:
In what is probably the final job search for this manager, soon to be aged 65, I went in search for job number sixteen in 2061.

After my sacking from Everton, my idea was to find a new job in the English leagues; Premier League or Sky Bet Championship. Two jobs took my attention: Birmingham City (Championship) and Queens Park Rangers (Premier League). Birmingham were top of the Championship earlier in the season but have dropped to fifth, however they're eight points inside the play-offs. QPR are in a higher division, but are struggling just like Everton were. I didn't fancy that again, so my aim was to get the Birmingham job. I applied for both, Birmingham were the first to get back to me with an interview shortly followed by QPR. Both went good, but QPR had a director of football which is a no-no for me. Birmingham then approached...

http://i.imgur.com/zI50QR8.png

https://i.imgur.com/Of6VJa3.png

Birmingham City are my new club! It *should* be a much more enjoyable job than Everton was, but it will still be stressful as the board want automatic promotion (top two) which is eight points away. Coming into February, that'll be tough to claw back but who knows! As long as we achieve play-offs, I reckon the board will be happy enough. Birmingham were in the Premier League last season, hence the high objective. In this entire save, they've only won one trophy - the 2043 Championship title. As for the now, as stated they're fifth and are still in the Emirates FA Cup. Looking forward to this.

https://i.imgur.com/dqeIQIp.png

https://i.imgur.com/IvuvaQP.png

https://i.imgur.com/BBXk9GB.png

https://i.imgur.com/0urjMLy.png

https://i.imgur.com/uNQgrQz.png

https://i.imgur.com/3fmvXBz.png


Thanks for reading!

Next: 2061 - January and February (w/ Birmingham City)


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Career so far:
2016–2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) | (Singapore/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2018–2023 | Persib | (Indonesia/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 9 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2023–2026 | Eastern | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: 0. resigned
2026–2027 | Bucheon | (South Korea/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 1 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2027–2028 | South China | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2028–2029 | Liaoning Hongyun | (China/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2030 | Dynamo Bryansk | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2030–2034 | Belgium U21s | (National/3) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2034–2037 | Khimki | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2037–2043 | Mordovia | (Russia/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: 2 / Relegations: 1. poached
2043–2048 | Krylia Sovetov | (Russia/1) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2049–2052 | Shakhtar Donetsk | (Ukraine/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2053–2055 | Austria Vienna | (Austria/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2055–2059 | Rangers | (Scotland/1) | Trophies: 2 / Awards: 13 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2060 | Everton | (England/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2061– | Birmingham City | (England/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0.

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Trophies won:
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) S. League.
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.

2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super Cup.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.

2024 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.

2026 | Bucheon -- (South Korea) K League Challenge.
2027 | South China -- (Hong Kong) Community Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) FA Cup.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) First Division.
2045 | Krylia Sovetov -- (Russia) FA Cup.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.

2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.


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Awards won:
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) Manager of the Year.
2018 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, June.
2019 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, October.
2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, May.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) Manager of the Year.
2056 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, March.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, April.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, May.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, February.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.


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Journeyman's Journey


The Map:

https://i.imgur.com/uzFJ8kg.png
Yellow/Red circle indicates my current job.
Orange/Green circle indicates my past jobs.


2060 - December:
Just December's stuff to bring you with Everton. Here's why.

http://i.imgur.com/zI50QR8.png

I've been sacked as Everton manager.

https://i.imgur.com/YH7BAOP.png

Fixtures:
https://i.imgur.com/F7bHWaq.png

Table:
https://i.imgur.com/iPqkyku.png

Six defeats in seven. Simply dreadful. The funny thing is, at the beginning of December we actually started to play OK. Admittedly we lost four for four to start the month, but only by an overall score of 4–0; four straight one goal to zero losses. Damaging defeats to relegation rivals Queens Park Rangers and Hull City. Prior to the Hull match, the board scheduled a board meeting to discuss my future. I attended, said my piece and they said theirs. It ended with them giving me a points target of 7pts from our following five fixtures. Hilariously unlikely, especially given we would face three of the top four. Hull was game one of five, they were bottom. Doomed.

We'd beat Fulham to give some hope, but losses to Newcastle United and Manchester United saw me sacked as Everton manager - days after my one-year anniversary with the club. Disappointing, but a long time coming in truth. As for what's next, as I previously mentioned my current manager is close to retirement so probably has one last job left. I plan for that to be at another English league club, whether that be Premier League or Sky Bet Championship. On that note, at the start of December, I was strongly linked with Wolverhampton Wanderers job (struggling like Everton). I didn't comment, only wanting the job if I were sacked. Which I have been, but the Wolves job has been taken by one Aymeric Laporte.

A few jobs are taking my eye, so stay tuned. If I don't get an English league job, I may decided to have a crack in Australia or the United States for this manager's managerial finale. Or, very unlikely, I might retire on the spot. We'll see.

https://i.imgur.com/nv4qZn6.png

https://i.imgur.com/vuMKtGN.png

https://i.imgur.com/jmFKXo7.png

https://i.imgur.com/S83HRiH.png

https://i.imgur.com/EMdRji7.png


Thanks for reading!

Next: 2061 - The Job Search


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Career so far:
2016–2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) | (Singapore/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2018–2023 | Persib | (Indonesia/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 9 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2023–2026 | Eastern | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: 0. resigned
2026–2027 | Bucheon | (South Korea/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 1 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2027–2028 | South China | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2028–2029 | Liaoning Hongyun | (China/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2030 | Dynamo Bryansk | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2030–2034 | Belgium U21s | (National/3) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2034–2037 | Khimki | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2037–2043 | Mordovia | (Russia/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: 2 / Relegations: 1. poached
2043–2048 | Krylia Sovetov | (Russia/1) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2049–2052 | Shakhtar Donetsk | (Ukraine/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2053–2055 | Austria Vienna | (Austria/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2055–2059 | Rangers | (Scotland/1) | Trophies: 2 / Awards: 13 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2060 | Everton | (England/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked

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Trophies won:
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) S. League.
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.

2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super Cup.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.

2024 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.

2026 | Bucheon -- (South Korea) K League Challenge.
2027 | South China -- (Hong Kong) Community Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) FA Cup.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) First Division.
2045 | Krylia Sovetov -- (Russia) FA Cup.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.

2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.


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Awards won:
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) Manager of the Year.
2018 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, June.
2019 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, October.
2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, May.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) Manager of the Year.
2056 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, March.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, April.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, May.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, February.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.


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Journeyman's Journey


The Map:

https://i.imgur.com/uzFJ8kg.png
Yellow/Red circle indicates my current job.
Orange/Green circle indicates my past jobs.


2060 - October and November:
Better performances in October and November with Everton were needed.

Fixtures:
https://i.imgur.com/DtS4B3J.png

Table:
https://i.imgur.com/7QbaG3r.png

Competitions:
https://i.imgur.com/FDV1EBC.png

October got going in the best possible way - with a rare Premier League victory, the first of this season! We beat AFC Bournemouth on 2 October, Mohamed Selim netting prior to a brace from Léo Roy. Big, big win! Three consecutive defeats followed as Swansea City and Manchester City made us concede eight goals in two matches while Birmingham City, of the Sky Bet Championship, knocked us out of the Carabao Cup by hitting three past us. Embarrassing form. After that Birmingham loss, I felt my time with Everton was going to end very soon - either through a sacking or a resignation. It didn't, I decided I won't give up on Everton unless the board sack me.

Spirits around the club were raised on 31 October as we secured our second Premier League win by beating Sunderland at the Stadium of Light, Scott Orr and Selim scoring either side of an own-goal from Sunderland's Ty Kelly. Like the win over Bournemouth, we continued with losing matches. Arsenal and Liverpool defeated us in the two matches following, by an aggregate of 5–1. The year's penultimate month ended with a draw, a goalless draw - very rare, especially for us. It came at home to Brighton & Hove Albion. Overall, a slightly improved two months than August and September - two actual real league wins, extraordinary! It leaves us in the familiar position of 16th.

Carabao Cup over, Emirates FA Cup yet to start. Two awards and squad statistics are below:

https://i.imgur.com/NVpSyNR.png

https://i.imgur.com/LC4PM5H.png

https://i.imgur.com/VeuORQk.png


Thanks for reading!

Next: 2060 to 2061 - December and January (w/ Everton)


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Career so far:
2016–2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) | (Singapore/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2018–2023 | Persib | (Indonesia/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 9 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2023–2026 | Eastern | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: 0. resigned
2026–2027 | Bucheon | (South Korea/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 1 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2027–2028 | South China | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2028–2029 | Liaoning Hongyun | (China/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2030 | Dynamo Bryansk | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2030–2034 | Belgium U21s | (National/3) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2034–2037 | Khimki | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2037–2043 | Mordovia | (Russia/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: 2 / Relegations: 1. poached
2043–2048 | Krylia Sovetov | (Russia/1) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2049–2052 | Shakhtar Donetsk | (Ukraine/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2053–2055 | Austria Vienna | (Austria/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2055–2059 | Rangers | (Scotland/1) | Trophies: 2 / Awards: 13 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2060– | Everton | (England/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0.

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Trophies won:
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) S. League.
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.

2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super Cup.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.

2024 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.

2026 | Bucheon -- (South Korea) K League Challenge.
2027 | South China -- (Hong Kong) Community Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) FA Cup.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) First Division.
2045 | Krylia Sovetov -- (Russia) FA Cup.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.

2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.


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Awards won:
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) Manager of the Year.
2018 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, June.
2019 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, October.
2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, May.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) Manager of the Year.
2056 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, March.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, April.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, May.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, February.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
Journeyman's Journey


The Map:

https://i.imgur.com/uzFJ8kg.png
Yellow/Red circle indicates my current job.
Orange/Green circle indicates my past jobs.


2060 - July to September:
After a horror show of a first six months with Everton that saw us narrowly avoid relegation, I headed into my first full season on Merseyside with pressure to bring some sort of success.

Fixtures:
https://i.imgur.com/V5brv8P.png

Table:
https://i.imgur.com/efLVStv.png

Competitions:
https://i.imgur.com/HNeivun.png

In pre-season, I took the team on a trip to East Asia along with home friendlies versus Bayern Munich and Antalyaspor and friendlies in Portugal and Spain. In East Asia, we won two of our three matches against Benfica (Macau) and Kitchee (Hong Kong) but lost to Wolverhampton Wanderers on neutral turf. In England, we lost to Bayern but beat Antalyaspor. In Portugal, we beat Cinfães in a friendly which was scheduled as part of Manuel Pinto's arrival before I joined. The friendly in Spain was versus Real Madrid as part of three-time UEFA Champions League winner Tiago Pascoal's testimonial. Real narrowly won 3–2. A mixed pre-season.

Our competitive season got underway with a trip to SW6 to meet Fulham at Craven Cottage. The Cottagers took the points by winning 2–0 - starting the season how we spent most of the last! That was followed by a 0–5 home humiliation at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur, who led 0–3 at the interval. We found solace days later in the Carabao Cup as we advanced to round three with a dominant four-nil home victory over Sky Bet Championship outfit Port Vale. After, a truly bonkers football match arrived as we hosted nine-time Premier League champions Chelsea at Goodison Park on 28 August 2060. A twelve-goal thriller would ensue.

It ended 6–6 (six! six!). Ridiculous. New signing Mohamed Selim gave us an early lead, but Chelsea soon went back on top by going 1–4 by 24mins. Sam Fowler made it 2–4 by half-time, we soon made it 3–4 but Chelsea almost immediately scored a fifth for 3–5. Selim, Pedro Monsalvete and Adrien Gerard each then scored for us in seventeen crazy minutes between 65mins and 82mins for 6–5. The drama wasn't over, as Chelsea hit back yet again via Nahuel Vendakis to make it 6–6. Mad fixture. Another draw followed which didn't have quite the same number of goals, but still had a rather entertaining four-goal match-up with Wolves. It ended 2–2 at Molineux. A week later, Southampton beat us 0–2.

After five Premier League fixtures, we went five winless with our only win coming in the Carabao Cup. On 22 September, we got our second win of the season but it again came in the Carabao Cup against lower-league opposition. In the third round, we met Rochdale of Sky Bet League 1 away. We scored six on the road at the Crown Oil Arena, advancing with ease to the next round. Cup F.C., it seems. September's final match was a league meeting with Crystal Palace, they condemned us to our fourth defeat of the competitive season. To recap: After six PL games, we are 19th. We remain in the Carabao Cup, Birmingham City (Championship) to come in the fourth round. FA Cup yet to start.

Gotta improve, or I could find myself sacked. Usual screenshots below:

https://i.imgur.com/q3AgRYr.png

https://i.imgur.com/kwUUM88.png

https://i.imgur.com/fkGzmZ4.png

https://i.imgur.com/RXUR0iP.png

https://i.imgur.com/sPXvsya.png


Transfer recap.

INS:
Sam Brown (£6.5m, LB, Middlesbrough)
Isaac Acheampong (Free, CM, Newcastle United)
Jed Gill (Loan, RM, Tottenham Hotspur)
Kléber (£7.75m, RB, Tottenham Hotspur)
Mohamed Selim (Free, CAM, Manchester City)

Brown and Acheampong are familiar faces, two players I managed during my tenure with Rangers between 2055 and 2059. Brown is a left-back from recently-relegated Boro, had a release clause due to that. Acheampong I had on loan at Rangers, I trust him - a central midfielder on a free from Newcastle. Gill and Kléber arrived from Spurs, Gill is a back-up right winger while Kléber comes directly in at right-back. Selim was a late signing, good looking attacking midfielder. Despite our pretty hideous form, I'm happy with these signings.

OUTS (notable):
Kelvin Donkor (Retired, GK, -)
Nicky Coates-Fenney (£17.5m, RB, Newcastle United)
Tiago Lemos (Free, CM, Havre)
Elton Rashica (Free, CM, Paços de Ferreira)
Lazar Goljovic (Free, RB, Sparta Prague)
Dragan Antic (Free, CAM, Deportivo La Coruña)

Donkor was back-up 'keeper, retired. Coates-Fenney was the big outgoing, disgruntled right-back who, despite being extremely talented on paper, didn't really produce for me and was being disruptive - Newcastle gave a very good fee. Lemos, Rashica, Goljovic and Antic were ageing players I didn't use much and were taking big wages for no performance in return so decided to let them go at the end of their contracts. Coates-Fenney the only loss, but Kléber doing just as good a job.

https://i.imgur.com/yOYVK1y.png


Thanks for reading!

Next: 2060 - October and November (w/ Everton)


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Career so far:
2016–2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) | (Singapore/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2018–2023 | Persib | (Indonesia/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 9 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2023–2026 | Eastern | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: 0. resigned
2026–2027 | Bucheon | (South Korea/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 1 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2027–2028 | South China | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2028–2029 | Liaoning Hongyun | (China/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2030 | Dynamo Bryansk | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2030–2034 | Belgium U21s | (National/3) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2034–2037 | Khimki | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2037–2043 | Mordovia | (Russia/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: 2 / Relegations: 1. poached
2043–2048 | Krylia Sovetov | (Russia/1) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2049–2052 | Shakhtar Donetsk | (Ukraine/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2053–2055 | Austria Vienna | (Austria/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2055–2059 | Rangers | (Scotland/1) | Trophies: 2 / Awards: 13 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2060– | Everton | (England/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0.

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Trophies won:
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) S. League.
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.

2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super Cup.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.

2024 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.

2026 | Bucheon -- (South Korea) K League Challenge.
2027 | South China -- (Hong Kong) Community Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) FA Cup.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) First Division.
2045 | Krylia Sovetov -- (Russia) FA Cup.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.

2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.


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Awards won:
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) Manager of the Year.
2018 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, June.
2019 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, October.
2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, May.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) Manager of the Year.
2056 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, March.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, April.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, May.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, February.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
Ok, with the retirement, sounds good you will continue in this save.

Though start in Everton, I am sure you will be back on track for next season.

I'm looking forward to the new manager, but I want to end this one on a high - hoping that's with Everton.
Journeyman's Journey


The Map:

https://i.imgur.com/uzFJ8kg.png
Yellow/Red circle indicates my current job.
Orange/Green circle indicates my past jobs.


2060 - May:
Three final matches to face to end my first six months with Everton in England's top-flight. Could we officially survive relegation?

Fixtures:
https://i.imgur.com/A0SdT3L.png

Table:
https://i.imgur.com/biv1GvK.png

Competitions:
https://i.imgur.com/9nXqXWP.png

May got off to an truly ridiculous start as I secured just the second win of my Everton reign as we came out on top in a nine-goal thriller at Goodison Park versus West Ham United. West Ham took a two-goal lead early on, prior to Mirza Handzic and Sam Fowler bringing the scores back level right before the half-time whistle. Everton took the lead again in half two but Iordanis Gintidis levelled it all up for 3–3 on 65mins. That wasn't it though as West Ham went ahead for the third time in the match for 3–4. However, it was us who went away with the three points after a dramatic thirteen minute comeback via Léo Roy and Juan José Martínez goals; Martínez netting on 90mins. Utter scenes!

A rare bright moment in my tenure, which soon dissipated following back-to-back losses to end the 2059–60 campaign to AFC Bournemouth and Manchester United on the road; we scored in both encounters but also conceded three in both. At the end of my first (half a) season, I guide Everton to a 16th-place finish - the exact same position I took over the club in in January. Seriously bad run to start life with Everton, but at least we didn't get relegated. My job status stands at 'insecure' but I should be OK to retain my job, but I probably need to hit the ground running next season. Big changes needed to the squad. Usual screenshots can be viewed below:

https://i.imgur.com/Klekg6H.png

https://i.imgur.com/kdwCqjd.png

https://i.imgur.com/EB2eWo6.png

https://i.imgur.com/LShNhef.png

https://i.imgur.com/dcguqEE.png


Thanks for reading!

Next: 2060 - July to September (w/ Everton)


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Career so far:
2016–2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) | (Singapore/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2018–2023 | Persib | (Indonesia/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 9 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2023–2026 | Eastern | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: 0. resigned
2026–2027 | Bucheon | (South Korea/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 1 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2027–2028 | South China | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2028–2029 | Liaoning Hongyun | (China/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2030 | Dynamo Bryansk | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2030–2034 | Belgium U21s | (National/3) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2034–2037 | Khimki | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2037–2043 | Mordovia | (Russia/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: 2 / Relegations: 1. poached
2043–2048 | Krylia Sovetov | (Russia/1) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2049–2052 | Shakhtar Donetsk | (Ukraine/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2053–2055 | Austria Vienna | (Austria/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2055–2059 | Rangers | (Scotland/1) | Trophies: 2 / Awards: 13 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2060– | Everton | (England/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0.

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Trophies won:
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) S. League.
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.

2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super Cup.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.

2024 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.

2026 | Bucheon -- (South Korea) K League Challenge.
2027 | South China -- (Hong Kong) Community Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) FA Cup.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) First Division.
2045 | Krylia Sovetov -- (Russia) FA Cup.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.

2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.


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Awards won:
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) Manager of the Year.
2018 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, June.
2019 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, October.
2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, May.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) Manager of the Year.
2056 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, March.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, April.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, May.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, February.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
Journeyman's Journey


The Map:

https://i.imgur.com/uzFJ8kg.png
Yellow/Red circle indicates my current job.
Orange/Green circle indicates my past jobs.


2060 - March and April:
My first months in charge of Everton couldn't have gone much worse. Eight matches, zero wins. Gotta improve, which we looked to do in March and April.

Fixtures:
https://i.imgur.com/ZG9GQNl.png

Table:
https://i.imgur.com/NlKBgth.png

Competitions:
https://i.imgur.com/p9YAg7W.png

March started how February ended, with a draw - this time away to Leicester City, Iordanis Gintidis with a double. The month continued with consecutive Premier League defeats to Swansea City and Tottenham Hotspur, both beating us by keeping us from scoring. Then, on 3 April, the miracle arrived - we won a competitive football match! Admittedly, it was against bottom of the table Huddersfield Town but we seriously needed three points. Mirza Handzic and Léo Roy with the crucial goals. After that, we had the perfect opportunity to make it two wins in a row by facing second bottom Middlesbrough. However, it was to be yet another loss in my tenure.

We went two goals ahead by the ninth minute, it remained that way until 66mins when I, stupidly I know, stopped going attacking and went more defensive which summoned all Middlesbrough's footballing ability that has been mysteriously non-existent all season for them to comeback and score four goals in thirty-three minutes. First time they've scored more than two in a game, of course. Our most recent two league matches since have been drawn, at home to Brighton & Hove Albion and away to Birmingham City; Makis Kelaidis with a late equaliser in the latter. There are three matches left to play, we're eight points clear of the drop so should be fine.

The board are still happy enough with me, job status remains at 'stable'. As long as we don't suffer relegation, I should be OK. I also signed a player, Derek McGinn on the free transfer deadline day. I didn't realise our squad registration was full, so not able to register him. Thankfully, I signed him as a Under 18s manager/player so he can just concentrate on those duties before his retirement in July. Squad stats and awards below.

https://i.imgur.com/cYIG8sv.png

https://i.imgur.com/jNCwLgU.png

https://i.imgur.com/4sfKEU8.png

https://i.imgur.com/7BsjJOM.png

https://i.imgur.com/kMEvQvm.png


Thanks for reading!

Next: 2060 - May (w/ Everton)


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Career so far:
2016–2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) | (Singapore/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2018–2023 | Persib | (Indonesia/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 9 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2023–2026 | Eastern | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: 0. resigned
2026–2027 | Bucheon | (South Korea/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 1 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2027–2028 | South China | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2028–2029 | Liaoning Hongyun | (China/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2030 | Dynamo Bryansk | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2030–2034 | Belgium U21s | (National/3) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2034–2037 | Khimki | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2037–2043 | Mordovia | (Russia/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: 2 / Relegations: 1. poached
2043–2048 | Krylia Sovetov | (Russia/1) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2049–2052 | Shakhtar Donetsk | (Ukraine/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2053–2055 | Austria Vienna | (Austria/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2055–2059 | Rangers | (Scotland/1) | Trophies: 2 / Awards: 13 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2060– | Everton | (England/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0.

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Trophies won:
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) S. League.
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.

2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super Cup.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.

2024 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.

2026 | Bucheon -- (South Korea) K League Challenge.
2027 | South China -- (Hong Kong) Community Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) FA Cup.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) First Division.
2045 | Krylia Sovetov -- (Russia) FA Cup.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.

2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.


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Awards won:
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) Manager of the Year.
2018 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, June.
2019 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, October.
2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, May.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) Manager of the Year.
2056 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, March.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, April.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, May.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, February.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
That works! Congrats on reaching the Premier League! The Championship looked a hard slodge, in comparison to you flying through non-league and Leagues 1 and 2.
Journeyman's Journey


The Map:

https://i.imgur.com/uzFJ8kg.png
Yellow/Red circle indicates my current job.
Orange/Green circle indicates my past jobs.


2060 - January and February:
The first two months (roughly) of my new role with English Premier League outfit Everton are over. Here's how I've started.

Fixtures:
https://i.imgur.com/k4lO86x.png

Table:
https://i.imgur.com/HvEY3ae.png

Competitions:
https://i.imgur.com/YCUgwqO.png/

My first match in English football was on 17 January 2060 in the Premier League against Newcastle United, we only just avoided defeat on my debut as Steve Wildsmith snatched us a point on 88mins following Newcastle taking the lead on 14mins. Back-to-back defeats followed away to Southampton and Chelsea, two high-flying sides. Scott Orr scored for us vs. Southampton but we lost 2–1 while Chelsea won 3–0 at Stamford Bridge. One week on from the Chelsea loss, we faced their London rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the Emirates FA Cup fourth round at New White Hart Lane. We got a replay following a goalless draw.

The best performance of my reign so far, Tottenham are a force nowadays after winning the title in 2054 and 2058 so to get a draw on the road to force a replay was credible. Before said replay, we had a league match with this season's surprise team, according to the media, Queens Park Rangers who sat in the top ten. It was an enthralling battle which ended drawn at 3–3, QPR had led 1–3 so I was content to get a point by fighting back in my 1500th career match. Still no victory after five matches in charge, though. The wait went on as we lost consecutively to North London duo Tottenham and Arsenal.

Spurs won the FA Cup replay 0–1, Arsenal beat us 3–0 despite being down the bottom of the league. Due to the FA Cup exit, we had a week off on 22 February. I decided to take a trip to Portugal and face a friendly with Braga B. We won 4–0, so no matter what happens I've technically won a match as Everton manager. January and February's final match was the Merseyside derby at Goodison Park with Liverpool. They're one of the league's best teams, so I feared the worst given our form but we dramatically took a point away from the fixture thanks to a 91st-minute goal from Iordanis Gintidis.

Heading into March, we sit 16th in the Premier League; the same place I took over in but now only clear of the relegation zone by four points rather than nine points. I need a competitive win - quick! One award along with the squad statistics and board expectations are below.

https://i.imgur.com/s39yocC.png

https://i.imgur.com/LujZGTa.png

https://i.imgur.com/GokyUNX.png

https://i.imgur.com/lBOYBeU.png


I had a little bit of the transfer window to take part in. I signed four players while allowing one to go.

INS:
Adrien Gerard (£550k, LM, Paris Saint-Germain)
Manuel Fernandes (Loan, CM, West Ham United)
Manuel Pinto (£1.8k, CM, Cinfães)
Makis Kelaidis (Loan, CB, Chelsea)

Gerard and Fernandes were my planned signings, both have had OK impacts but nothing game-changing. Pinto was a deal that was already arranged before I took over, subsequently left on loan. Kelaidis was a very late loan signing from Chelsea, our defence looks very poor at the moment and he's the only player available that I felt was good enough to replace what we have - yet to see.

OUT:
Manuel Pinto (Loan, CM, Burnley)

As previously mentioned. Decent youth prospect, good loan to Sky Bet Championship side Burnley.

https://i.imgur.com/Bs31Kqr.png


Thanks for reading!

Next: 2060 - March and April (w/ Everton)


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Career so far:
2016–2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) | (Singapore/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2018–2023 | Persib | (Indonesia/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 9 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2023–2026 | Eastern | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: 0. resigned
2026–2027 | Bucheon | (South Korea/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 1 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2027–2028 | South China | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2028–2029 | Liaoning Hongyun | (China/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2030 | Dynamo Bryansk | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2030–2034 | Belgium U21s | (National/3) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2034–2037 | Khimki | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2037–2043 | Mordovia | (Russia/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: 2 / Relegations: 1. poached
2043–2048 | Krylia Sovetov | (Russia/1) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2049–2052 | Shakhtar Donetsk | (Ukraine/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2053–2055 | Austria Vienna | (Austria/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2055–2059 | Rangers | (Scotland/1) | Trophies: 2 / Awards: 13 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2060– | Everton | (England/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0.

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Trophies won:
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) S. League.
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.

2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super Cup.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.

2024 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.

2026 | Bucheon -- (South Korea) K League Challenge.
2027 | South China -- (Hong Kong) Community Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) FA Cup.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) First Division.
2045 | Krylia Sovetov -- (Russia) FA Cup.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.

2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.


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Awards won:
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) Manager of the Year.
2018 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, June.
2019 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, October.
2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, May.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) Manager of the Year.
2056 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, March.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, April.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, May.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, February.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
Congratz on the new job in Everton.

And nice work with Rangers

Why can you only play to you are 70 years? Is it the game, or is it yourself that wants to stop?

Thanks @b0nb0n! Just a self-imposed rule for myself, for realism - I plan (if all goes well with the save file etc.) to add a new manager in the same game world after my current one retires. As far as I've heard, you can continue with a manager for as long as you like - I'm not 100% sure on that though, this is the furthest I have ever reached in one save file.

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Journeyman's Journey


The Map:

https://i.imgur.com/MhQ6Qfo.png
Yellow/Red circle indicates my current job.
Orange/Green circle indicates my past jobs.


2059 to 2060 - The Job Search:
After leaving Rangers in Scotland, I go in search for my first job in England.

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Due to my aim to manage in the Premier League, the job search was a rather short one. Two jobs that were almost available were West Ham United and Brighton & Hove Albion, both had their manages at 'very insecure/secure'. I declared my interest in both but nothing came of it as they stuck with their current managers. Two big jobs then became open as Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United lost their managers, neither gave me an interview. At around this point, Sky Bet Championship outfit Stoke City offered me an interview without me applying; I rejected their advances. Then a trio of jobs had insecurities: Arsenal, Everton and Swansea City. Everton became open first.

I applied and declared my interest, their fans liked the idea of me managing the club. On 10 January 2060, Everton offered me an interview. I attended, I felt it went very well which turned out to be the truth as they offered me the role five days later...

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I am the new manager of Everton! My first job in my homeland, it has only taken until 2060! Looking forward to managing in the Premier League - a dream. Everton have never been relegated in the save, remaining in Premier League ever since 2016. They've not won it but have won the Carabao Cup (x4), Emirates FA Cup (x1), Community Shield (x1) and, in 2033 and 2035, the UEFA Europa League; and subsequently the UEFA Super Cup. This season, they sit 16th. Nine points away from the relegation places with Fulham, Middlesbrough and Sheffield Wednesday far adrift. I take over with them in the FA Cup, Tottenham Hotspur (A) to come in R4. They're out of the Carabao Cup.

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Thanks for reading!

Next: 2060 - January and February (w/ Everton)


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Career so far:
2016–2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) | (Singapore/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2018–2023 | Persib | (Indonesia/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 9 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2023–2026 | Eastern | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: 0. resigned
2026–2027 | Bucheon | (South Korea/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 1 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2027–2028 | South China | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2028–2029 | Liaoning Hongyun | (China/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2030 | Dynamo Bryansk | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2030–2034 | Belgium U21s | (National/3) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2034–2037 | Khimki | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2037–2043 | Mordovia | (Russia/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: 2 / Relegations: 1. poached
2043–2048 | Krylia Sovetov | (Russia/1) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2049–2052 | Shakhtar Donetsk | (Ukraine/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2053–2055 | Austria Vienna | (Austria/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2055–2059 | Rangers | (Scotland/1) | Trophies: 2 / Awards: 13 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2060– | Everton | (England/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0.

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Trophies won:
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) S. League.
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.

2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super Cup.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.

2024 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.

2026 | Bucheon -- (South Korea) K League Challenge.
2027 | South China -- (Hong Kong) Community Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) FA Cup.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) First Division.
2045 | Krylia Sovetov -- (Russia) FA Cup.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.

2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.


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Awards won:
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) Manager of the Year.
2018 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, June.
2019 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, October.
2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, May.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) Manager of the Year.
2056 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, March.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, April.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, May.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, February.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
Journeyman's Journey


The Map:

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Yellow/Red circle indicates my current job.
Orange/Green circle indicates my past jobs.


2059 - June:
Bonus update.

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I have decided to resign as Rangers manager. Want a new challenge. After four years with the club between 2055 and 2059 which included back-to-back Ladbrokes Premiership titles in my final two campaigns, it's the right time to move on. I'm hoping my next job will be in England, my homeland, for the first time in the save. My manager is now aged 63 so only has a maximum of seven years left in him, so I want to spend the majority of that in the Premier League south of the border.

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Thanks for reading!

Next: 2059 - The Job Search


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Career so far:
2016–2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) | (Singapore/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2018–2023 | Persib | (Indonesia/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 9 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2023–2026 | Eastern | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: 0. resigned
2026–2027 | Bucheon | (South Korea/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 1 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2027–2028 | South China | (Hong Kong/1) | Trophies: 3 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2028–2029 | Liaoning Hongyun | (China/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2030 | Dynamo Bryansk | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2030–2034 | Belgium U21s | (National/3) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: n/a / Relegations: n/a. resigned
2034–2037 | Khimki | (Russia/2) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2037–2043 | Mordovia | (Russia/1+2) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 1 / Promotions: 2 / Relegations: 1. poached
2043–2048 | Krylia Sovetov | (Russia/1) | Trophies: 1 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. sacked
2049–2052 | Shakhtar Donetsk | (Ukraine/1) | Trophies: 6 / Awards: n/a / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2053–2055 | Austria Vienna | (Austria/1) | Trophies: 0 / Awards: 0 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned
2055–2059 | Rangers | (Scotland/1) | Trophies: 2 / Awards: 13 / Promotions: 0 / Relegations: 0. resigned

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Trophies won:
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.
2016 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) S. League.
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) League Cup.

2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super Cup.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Super League.

2024 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2025 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Senior Challenge Shield.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2026 | Eastern -- (Hong Kong) Premier League.

2026 | Bucheon -- (South Korea) K League Challenge.
2027 | South China -- (Hong Kong) Community Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) League Cup.
2028 | South China -- (Hong Kong) FA Cup.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) First Division.
2045 | Krylia Sovetov -- (Russia) FA Cup.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2049 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2050 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Premier League.
2051 | Shakhtar Donetsk -- (Ukraine) Super Cup.

2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Premiership.


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Awards won:
2017 | Albirex Niigata (S) -- (Singapore) Manager of the Year.
2018 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, June.
2019 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2020 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, October.
2021 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, May.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, July.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Month, August.
2022 | Persib -- (Indonesia) Manager of the Year.

2039 | Mordovia -- (Russia) Manager of the Year.
2056 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, March.
2057 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, April.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, May.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, August.
2058 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, December.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, January.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Manager of the Month, February.
2059 | Rangers -- (Scotland) Writers' Manager of the Year.