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Career Evzey goes for the Grand Slam

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So this morning I posted a challenge, and what kind of man would I be if I didn’t attempt this myself.


So we start our potentially long journey in Germany, for what should be the easiest leg. Bayern have a good core of German players and a huge budget.

So first let’s take a look at the ins and outs -






As you can see there were big changes made, and overall so was more than happy with the squad. Providing they all settle into my system domestically we should have no trouble. 

Do let’s see how we got on in Germany:


German Super Cup =  


German Cup =  


Bundesliga =  

So as predicted, with far and away the best squad, we cleaned up in Germany. Not overall happy with 4 losses, but for a team with so many new players I was reasonably happy.

We strolled to the final of the Champions League, evening beating a good PSG side 7-0 in the Semi-Final.


However we didn’t turn up in the final and a couple of Bayern sold boys out us to the sword. A missed opportunity as we won’t now be able to tick off the club World Cup and European Super Cup next season.

Champions League =

Anyway moving on let’s take a look at the stats for the season:


Young Simon Asta really surprised me in the wing back role. Kimmich picked up a spinal injury in pre-season so he shared the RB position with Vagnoman and really impressed.

With most of my tactics benefitting the Striker it was no surprise that Arp and Werner stood out.

I was disappointed with my two most expenses signings Sane & Havertz and expect better next season.


Werner & Arp both did very well bagging almost a goal a game each. The remainder of goals were shared out nicely.


Assists were very spread out, another thing I notice often with the tactics used in this save. I am yet to nail down a tactic where one player dominates this - perhaps I will make a few tweaks next season. 

At this point I am inclined to stick with Bayern, as I have a good young squad, and should be able to get the Champions League in the bag. However if a tempting job comes up elsewhere I may just move on.

Anyway thanks for following guys 😊 


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Big fan of this career idea. I'm weirdly seduced by the thought of having to reinforce your managerial trophy cabinet shelving every couple of years - assuming all goes well of course! Very 70's/80's when a lot of the top European teams were close to 100% 'home' players. Look forward to reading your success :)

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Season 2

Following the disappointment of missing out on the Champions League it was back to business as usual domestically, with us being top of the League, and we had been dominate in our Champions League group. However I was keeping an eye out on vacancy’s that could give me the opportunity to progress this challenge.

And as it happens, just before the January window, a rather appealing opportunity arose:


I couldn’t turn this down, Inter have lots of money and lots of equity (players worth a few ££££)

It was a bit of a wretch to leave as I have built a young, hungry German powerhouse who I can’t help think are going to haunt me over the next few years. Let’s see how I left them -



In rather rude health, if I do say so myself :) 

There was minimal movement in transfers, with Demirbay being sold, along with a few B team players - and Arne Maier coming in, with a few German freebies and young players joining him (Tillman was sold as part of his loan agreement and bought back immediately)




So before we pack up and concentrate on Inter lets see who stood up over the first half of the season for Bayern:




A few of these guys are going to be superstars and it does pain me that I won’t be at the helm helping them develop.

Anyway over to Milan, where I had s HUGE rebuilding job to do. Lots and lots of movement in January, at the end of which I was very happy with my side - Young, Hungry and this time all Italian 🇮🇹 

These were the in and out before my arrival 



Now let’s see the January “Wheeling and Dealing”







Quite a bit of movement, which I was hoping wouldn’t cause to much of a problem for the remainder of the season. We had already crashed out of the Italian Cup and were waaaaaay behind in Serie A - and wouldn’t you know it this happened in the Champions League




Other than these two games, and a loss away to Juventus we did pretty well, though it wasn’t enough to finish top, but i’m more than happy with second.


Here is how our players performed:




Onwards to season 3 where I will be targeting the Italian Cup - and with a bi of form could possibly look to beat Juventus to the Title (easier said than done as they have a very impressive looking team)

Thanks for following guys 😃 

















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