We’ve reached the end of the 2010/11 season and my Liverpool side are close to World Domination. But will there be an unwelcome visit from an old friend to spoil it all? Well, let’s find out.
This is just about the only thing I’m not involved in, but Martin O’Neill has something to celebrate.
Best get this in the bag ahead of what’s to come. White hot semi finals see one goal over 2 games, but Spurs book their place in the final.
As seems to be our trademark, we come into form in the business end of the season and it helps that we beat the teams around us. It’s looking good with a game to go
It is with great sadness I report that Wimbledon, my first club, have been relegated out of the league. Chris Perry, my former centre half, was their manager who took them out of division 3 and into the abyss.
Cup Winners Cup
Sadly, we miss out on a 5th trophy of the season as my old pal Franco Tannai, a star of my World Cup winning team, scores twice in De Kuip for Ivan De La Pena’s Barcelona.
The managerial merry-go-round is in full swing
McManaman shows that famous loyalty to go and ruin another club. Gillespie, who has won Division 1 with Boro (Everton 2nd) moves on to a bigger club and Lee Jarman rounds it off. No, I don’t know who Lee Jarman is.
Freeman retains young player of the year and has an England cap so I’m proud of him. Brian Little win Division 1 manager of the year despite losing in the play off semi finals, though he did enjoy a Cup Winners Cup run so that’ll have helped his points. Stan Llewellyn, England’s keeper, has been relegated under the guidance of Lee Hendrie but is an obvious choice for player of the year…
So what now? I think it might be time to move on, but where to? Join us next time and remember to vote in the Community XI poll