A Manager in His Own Mind – Let’s Catch Up

A lot has happened since my last update. My original plan was to post 5 updates a season. One for the modern transfer window, one for the first half of the season for modern day and one for Premier Manager ‘96 and then the same for the end of the season. This has obviously stopped … Continue reading A Manager in His Own Mind – Let’s Catch Up

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A Legend in His Own Mind: The Attempted Bottle-Job

If a tree falls and no-one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? If a man weeps as his promising team thrown away point after point but no-one is there, does he make a sound? This was my position as my Cambridge United team seemed intent on staying in League 2, giving … Continue reading A Legend in His Own Mind: The Attempted Bottle-Job

A Legend in His Own Mind: The Lower League Trequartista

Before the start of the season, I picked out 4 players I was looking to, to lead Cambridge towards promotion. So far, at the halfway point, 2 of those players have performed amazingly, one hasn't played at all due to injury and one of those has performed well but in a different role to the one I envisioned. 1 player, … Continue reading A Legend in His Own Mind: The Lower League Trequartista

A Legend in His Own Mind: A Statement from the Cambridge United Board

The following is a statement from the Cambridge United board about the managerial vacancy at the club: Cambridge United are delighted to announce the return of former Cambridge United manager and club Icon Michael Brazier. Michael first joined Cambridge in 1995 after our relegation from League One the previous season. Michael lead us to back … Continue reading A Legend in His Own Mind: A Statement from the Cambridge United Board