Loan Market | York City #3 | Football Manager Stories

Joseph Robson is a proud Yorkshireman who has been given a chance to manage his local boyhood club. A dream. Or a poisoned chalice? Robson joined York City at the end of December 2015, with them sitting in 24th place in League 2. A squad bereft of morale and belief, a club financially insecure, an impatient board and a frustrated fan-base. Robson will need to both transform and stabilise these four facets of the football club. And with just one week to appraise the squad before the opening of the transfer window in January he’ll need to act fast. Can the loan market aid Robson in his quest? Continue reading Loan Market | York City #3 | Football Manager Stories

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Relegation Battle | York City #2 | Football Manager Stories

York City approached young prodigy manager Joseph Robson to become thier new boss in December 2015. Sitting in 24th Place in League 2, York find themselves battling relegation to the Conference. With little time left until the January window opens, Robson is tasked with evaluating the squad and turning the fortunes around. Continue reading Relegation Battle | York City #2 | Football Manager Stories

The New Mourinho | York City #1 | Football Manager Stories

Remember when a relatively unknown manager led FC Porto to both European trophies back-to-back? That same manager helped Chelsea to win their first top-tier title in 50 years. In 2010, this man led Inter Milan to a treble of trophies, including his second Champions League as manager. Real Madrid were led to the top of La Liga, overtaking rivals Barcelona, in 2012 by this man who had previously stated that “if you don’t coach Real Madrid then you will always have a gap in your career”. A return to Chelsea was followed by a return to domestic success for the London based club. In 2016 this manager was appointed manager of Manchester United. Continue reading The New Mourinho | York City #1 | Football Manager Stories

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