Restoring Traditions – 3.2 – Youth update

Merry Christmas everyone! It’s been a while since my last update so felt it was time to put that right. This time of year can be a bit manic however I’ve written a bit about each of the young talents I either have or have signed to come in who I feel could do something in our first team either now or longer term.

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Restoring Traditions – 3.1 – Champions League shithousery

Season 3 is upon us and there’s quite a bit to discuss including as the title mentions shithousery. The word is brilliant isn’t it? Don’t get me wrong, I love watching some of the technically best sides in the world, Pep is one of my favourite coaches however as a Rangers fan I also love the big sides who are just bastards – the likes of Juventus and Atletico Madrid, as a Rangers supporter we can fall in to that category too, whilst Celtic often want to play a beautiful style, we’re often a side that is more direct and just gets the job done with a degree of arrogance.

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Restoring Traditions – 2.3 Lovro, Alfie and Xadas run riot

Welcome back and I want to say a thank you for the support with the blog, be that retweets on twitter, interaction on slack or just reading and following along – it’s really appreciated and I’m considering giving away a copy of FM19 on Christmas day, any thoughts on that are welcomed.

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Rangers – Restoring Traditions – 2.2 A youth review

In my previous post I discussed a new 3 post per season plan with a half season update focusing on results and summer and January transfer windows, a youth update and second half of season update focusing more on key performers.

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Rangers – Restoring Traditions – 2.1 – Champions League return

After discussing this on Slack I’ve decided to break the posts up to around 3 per season – half season update which this will consist of followed by a youth intake special and end of season update. The word count was reaching near 2,000 words on the last piece so hopefully smaller, more regular posts will be easier digested.

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Rangers – Restoring Traditions – A new era begins

Despite a vastly improved squad with the likes of Borna Barisic, Scott Arfield and Nikola Katic coming in this summer, our media prediction was a 2nd place finish and it was what the board demanded which is fair. I have much bigger expectations personally in the league to stop Celtic getting 8 league titles in a row, however the board minimum aim in the Europa League of the group stages seemed harsh given the 4 qualifying rounds needed to negotiate.

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Rangers – Restoring Traditions

Hello, it’s been a while hasn’t it? I haven’t blogged in months, I do miss it but I stopped enjoying or having the time or energy to around April/May when I went through my first mortgage process and my workload increased as well. If you followed my series in FM18 you’d be aware we took Leeds from a Championship side to Champions League winners, despite the efforts of Mourinho to break me. God I hate him!

In terms of FM19 I’m really excited and well my plans are to return to my homeland and the team I love and hold a season ticket for, Rangers. But you blogged about this on FM17? I did and it was successful however I had started this version of the game off by blogging my time with Union Berlin and hadn’t moved on to the Rangers save and series until February and that finished in June so I wasn’t able to achieve all I wanted to and often prefer a side I hold some connection to.

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