Friday 4th November 1998 Caio Diario, No one really prepared me for how competitive the Premier League really is. Fast paced, hard tackling, high tempo, and direct, with teams willing to run at the oppositions defense and win at all costs. It’s impressive. I grew up watching English soccer, always intrigued about how heavy and … Continue reading Operation Suffoco | Season 1 | Part 2 | Suffoco Tactic Introduction & Prototype
Wednesday 1st July 1998 Dear Diary, The club have been generous - maybe too generous - in their transfer budget that they’ve given me. As an unknown manager from a country in South America that's famous for beef exports and Ruben Sosa, the fact that they've given me such a large transfer budget puts more … Continue reading Operation Suffoco | Season 1 | Part 1 | Transfer Target
When it comes to writing blogs, sometimes it’s hard to know where to start and how to get it off the ground. Other times finding the right angle is something happens naturally within a couple of minutes of an idea. This particular entry lies somewhere in-between, although it is with a heavier heart than usual. … Continue reading Rotherham Revolution – FM24, Blogging and The End of the Revolution
Friday 30th August 2007 Dear Diary, As we moved through the divisions when playing in the lower leagues, I’d always promised myself that I’d stay as faithful and as loyal to the players as possible, in an effort to show my appreciation for how they’ve carried and represented the club. Reshaping the squad season after … Continue reading Rotherham Revolution, Season 8 | Part 15 | Farewell to Fontaine
Saturday 17th August 2007 Dear Diary, Not really too sure where to start with this one. I can’t tell if I should continue the make the most my role at rotherham - building a squad bringing together some the best British talent coming through various youth systems, and sticking them into a fluid yet conservative … Continue reading Rotherham Revolution, Season 8 | Part 14 | The Winds of Change. Sort Of.