The 04/05 season is coming to a thrilling conclusion, and with my Leeds side still in the hunt on 3 fronts, let’s see how it unravelled. And let me tell you, it really did unravel.
It took 120 minutes, but eventually…
Bakayoko wins it at the death and the pointless trophy is mine. Things are getting tricky though, Beckham has picked up a long term injury and we’re struggling massively without him, chances seem to be at a premium. Keane is still very inconsistent and Bakayoko has had a few injuries.
You’d think we’d be on a high after the cup final win, but instead we play atrociously and Colin Todd’s team take full advantage
Shameful. Todd’s side were unrelenting but we were awful. That’s all over then, the second leg is a procession for both teams
Few will have predicted the Bolton vs PSG final but it’s a cracker
Poor Bolton – a valiant effort. I wonder if they will ever get another crack at the big time?
This season has another classic finale. Let me guide you through it
So with 2 games to go, it’s a great time to be me. My game in hand is at Old Trafford though, so that’s tricky. The goal differences are so close so if I can avoid defeat at Old Trafford, they are out of it and it’s between Chelsea and us. Unfortunately, Robbie Fowler (just back from his leg break) scores in a 1-0 win and makes it all very tight
Chelsea host Newcastle whilst I go to Coventry. If we both lose, Man Utd would steal it with a win against Leicester. To make matters even more exciting, look at the bottom of the table:
Liverpool play at Hull in the odd situation where they are on the verge of relegation.
We have another bad day and lose 3-1 at Coventry. Man Utd ease past Leicester, so it’s all down to Chelsea vs Newcastle
Tony Adams has done it! A late goal sends Stamford Bridge tepid and Chelsea have their first title. Because of the results, I’m 3rd which means no Champions League. Furious.
Liverpool’s failure to win at Hull means they are relegated. Unthinkable.
Wow. Let’s see if the FA Cup was any more sensible
Not really! The form book is turned upside down and it’s a Blackburn vs Leicester final. Keegan gets his hands on the trophy
Very comfortable in the end. It’s a season of disappointment for Newcastle though as they are beaten in the UEFA Cup final too
So all that’s left is the awards ceremony. I’ve got a face like a slapped arse after how that has all transpired and I think this award is purely ironic
Jerks. He’s the rest of the awards
Roy Evans resigns out of shame, and I’m presented with an opportunity. Do I want to re-build one of England’s most successful clubs?