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    SERGIO MARKARIÁN CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD

    *Note: His stats were the hardest to come by of any of the managers I have researched. Dates of when he joined or left teams are often obscure, so I tried my best to compile everything I could about his record. I was unable to find his home/away stats during his time in Paraguay and only found point totals during his two seasons at Cerro Porteño, so I have left them blank. I am also missing stats from his first season at Olimpia.


    OLIMPIA (1983-1986)
    Games: 97
    Record: 41-34-22
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: 42%
    Total Points: 157
    Average Points Per Game: 1.62

    Markarián began his head coaching career with the most prolific club in Paraguay, Olimpia. He remained at Olimpia for 4 seasons, winning the Torneo Paraguayo in 1983 and 1985...


    CLUB SOL DE AMÉRICA (1987-1989)
    Games: 105
    Record: 39-37-29
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: 37%
    Total Points: 154
    Average Points Per Game: 1.47

    Sergio enjoyed some success with Sol de América, but his most successful campaign was his last season with the club. In 1989, he finished as runner-up in the Torneo Paraguayo and won the Torneo República...


    CERRO PORTEÑO (1990-1991)
    Games: ??
    Record: ??-??-??
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: ??
    Total Points: ??
    Average Points Per Game: ??

    After 3 seasons with Sol de América, Markarián moved to another Paraguayan powerhouse, Cerro Porteño. Sergio managed to win the Toreno Paraguayo in his first season in charge. In his second season, Cerro made it to the finals, but lost in the finals to his former club, Sol de América. In 1992, he became the manager of Paraguay...


    UNIVERSITARIO DE DEPORTES (1993-1995)
    Games: 90
    Record: 57-17-16
    Home Record: 32-9-5
    Away Record: 25-8-11
    Winning Percentage: 63%
    Total Points: 188
    Average Points Per Game: 2.09

    In 1993, Markarián left the National Team and made his first move out of Paraguay. He signed with Peruvian side Universitario de Deportes and continued his trend on first year success. For the third time in his career, Sergio won the domestic league in his first try. He enjoyed success in the following two years, but not as much as his first year in charge...


    SPORTING CRISTAL (1996-1997)
    Games: 56
    Record: 36-10-10
    Home Record: 24-2-4
    Away Record: 12-8-6
    Winning Percentage: 64%
    Total Points: 118
    Average Points Per Game: 2.11

    Sergio would continue his success in Peru by moving to Sporting Cristal. Like clockwork, Markarián managed to win his second Peruvian League title, and overall fifth domestic title, in his first season in charge. His name was finally beginning to spread overseas, and he was picked up by Greek side Ionikos in 1998...


    IONIKOS (1998-1999)
    Games: 34
    Record: 17-9-8
    Home Record: 12-2-3
    Away Record: 5-7-5
    Winning Percentage: 50%
    Total Points: 60
    Average Points Per Game: 1.76

    Markarián enjoyed a successful season in his first European adventure, but when the Paraguay FA came calling his name again, Sergio could not turn it down, and left the Greek side after only 1 season...


    PANATHINAIKOS (2001-2003)
    Games: 43
    Record: 34-8-1
    Home Record: 21-1-0
    Away Record: 13-7-1
    Winning Percentage: 79%
    Total Points: 110
    Average Points Per Game: 2.56

    After two more years with the National Team, Markarián decided to return to Greece, this time with giants Panathinaikos. He joined midway through the 2001-02 season and led the team to a third place finish, thre points behind Olympiakos and AEK. Incredibly, Markarián managed to win 79% of his games, losing only 1 from 43, during his season and a half in charge. Even more incredible, Markarián did not manage to win the Greek Superleague at all during his tenure, even with such an impressive record. In his first full season at the helm, he finished second, tied on points with Olympiakos. The main effect Markarián had on the Greek side was in Europe, however. During his time, Markarián managed to drive Panathinaikos to the quarterfinals of both the UEFA Cup and Champions League...


    IRAKLIS (2004-2005)
    Games: 30
    Record: 12-5-13
    Home Record: 7-3-5
    Away Record: 5-2-8
    Winning Percentage: 40%
    Total Points: 41
    Average Points Per Game: 1.37

    After taking a year away from the game, Markarián began his third adventure in Greece. He took over mid-table side Iraklis and managed to get them all the way up to third place at one point. Unfortunately, the second half of the season did not go as well, and Iraklis finished in 7th place, a common spot for the club...


    MÁLAGA CF (2003-2004)
    Games: 38
    Record: 15-6-17
    Home Record: 10-4-5
    Away Record: 5-2-12
    Winning Percentage: 39%
    Total Points: 51
    Average Points Per Game: 1.34

    Ramos enjoyed a successful one year stint at Málaga but left at the end of the season after a 10th place finish. He decided to take a year of from coaching after Málaga before joining Sevilla in 2005...


    CLUB LIBERTAD (2005-2007)
    Games: 120
    Record: 66-31-23
    Home Record: 37-14-10
    Away Record: 29-17-13
    Winning Percentage: 55%
    Total Points: 229
    Average Points Per Game: 1.91

    After his one season with Iraklis, Markarián would leave Europe for good and return to the country where he began his career. Markarián signed with Libertad and after struggling in his first season, Sergio proved that he still remembered how to win in Paraguay. He won the league the following two years, bringing his total of Paraguayan League titles to 5 and total domestic titles to 7...


    CRUZ AZUL (2007-2008)
    Games: 34
    Record: 16-8-10
    Home Record: 10-5-2
    Away Record: 6-3-8
    Winning Percentage: 47%
    Total Points: 56
    Average Points Per Game: 1.65

    After 3 more seasons in Paraguay, Markarián debuted in another country with Mexican giants Cruz Azul. Although he did not win any titles, Markarián proved to be successful once again. He lost to eventual Apertura Champions Atlante in the quarterfinals and then lost by a goal to Santos Laguna in the Clausura finals. Markarián was given the option to extend his contract, but he decided to leave the club after the Clausura...


    UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE (2009)
    Games: 17
    Record: 9-4-4
    Home Record: 4-2-3
    Away Record: 5-2-1
    Winning Percentage: 53%
    Total Points: 31
    Average Points Per Game: 1.82

    In 2009, Markarián entered a new country to his resume when he took over for Chilean giants Universidad. He signed on in January to guide the team during the 2009 Apertura. It proved to be yet another successful mission for Markarián. After a 1-1 draw at home in the Apertura finals against Union, things looked bleek, but Universidad managed to win 1-0 away from home and secured another title for Markarián's trophy closet. Markarián decided to leave the club after the Apertura because of conflicts with management. After his departure, Universidad failed to even make the Clausura playoffs...


    DANUBIO (2010)
    Games: 9
    Record: 3-0-6
    Home Record: 1-0-4
    Away Record: 2-0-2
    Winning Percentage: 33%
    Total Points: 9
    Average Points Per Game: 1.00

    In 2010, Markarián took over for Uruguayan side Danubio. He signed on in March to help the team in the 2010 Clausura. After only 3 wins in 9 matches with the club, Markarian left to focus on the Preu National Team...


    LAST SEASON - DANUBIO (2010)
    Games: 9
    Record: 3-0-6
    Home Record: 1-0-4
    Away Record: 2-0-2
    Winning Percentage: 33%
    Total Points: 9
    Average Points Per Game: 1.00


    CURRENT SEASON - PERU NATIONAL TEAM MANAGER


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 635
    Record: 330-163-142
    Home Record: 148-38-36
    Away Record: 102-54-55
    Winning Percentage: 52%
    Total Points: 1,153
    Average Points Per Game: 1.82
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 69.16
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    Finally, after months of waiting, there you go Yuko.

    I hope that is good, it took me nearly 4 hours to complete!

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    Many many thanks man!!!

    Btw, take a note that Ionikos was a relegation battling team and Markarian took them into the UEFA Cup in one season, and during that season Ionikos was top of the league for quite some time, a remarkable thing for a Greek side that is not Olympiakos, Panathinaikos or Aek.

    Also, you got it slightly wrong on the Panathinaikos part. He joined the club halfway in season 2001/2, in place of current Cyprus manager Angelos Anastasiadis, whose side was incredible in Europe, but due to various reasons(excluding scandalous refereeing, which was and still is part of Greek reality) the side was far off the top of the table. Sergio managed to reduce the gap. He left the club after some misunderstandings, and was replaced by Fernando Santos, who started off disastrously with three defeats, two against relegation candidates! Markarian was called again at PAO in December, and won all of his games, except a scandalous Olympiakos derby that decided the title(results between teams->goals for in games between teams). Markarian never actually coached Panathinaikos from the start of the season, and the board never granted him the transfers he wanted. He was forced to play Mourinho's Porto at home without a DM(I was in the game), and despite beating Mourinho's team in Portugal 1-0(Mou must really hate Panathinaikos ), the lack of depth cost PAO the qualification, and thus Mourinho became the manager he is now, since he got through and won the cup. Ain't life a bitch?

    For me, Sergio Markarian is among the best managers in football. His work is magical. Exceptional tactical skills. If he comes to Panathinaikos again, and has the whole summer to prepare the team, we will win the Champions League for sure!

    P.S: What's that Ramos thing about Malaga?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuko View Post
    Many many thanks man!!!

    Btw, take a note that Ionikos was a relegation battling team and Markarian took them into the UEFA Cup in one season, and during that season Ionikos was top of the league for quite some time, a remarkable thing for a Greek side that is not Olympiakos, Panathinaikos or Aek.

    Also, you got it slightly wrong on the Panathinaikos part. He joined the club halfway in season 2001/2, in place of current Cyprus manager Angelos Anastasiadis, whose side was incredible in Europe, but due to various reasons(excluding scandalous refereeing, which was and still is part of Greek reality) the side was far off the top of the table. Sergio managed to reduce the gap. He left the club after some misunderstandings, and was replaced by Fernando Santos, who started off disastrously with three defeats, two against relegation candidates! Markarian was called again at PAO in December, and won all of his games, except a scandalous Olympiakos derby that decided the title(results between teams->goals for in games between teams). Markarian never actually coached Panathinaikos from the start of the season, and the board never granted him the transfers he wanted. He was forced to play Mourinho's Porto at home without a DM(I was in the game), and despite beating Mourinho's team in Portugal 1-0(Mou must really hate Panathinaikos ), the lack of depth cost PAO the qualification, and thus Mourinho became the manager he is now, since he got through and won the cup. Ain't life a bitch?

    For me, Sergio Markarian is among the best managers in football. His work is magical. Exceptional tactical skills. If he comes to Panathinaikos again, and has the whole summer to prepare the team, we will win the Champions League for sure!

    P.S: What's that Ramos thing about Malaga?


    Markarian replaced Ioannis Kyrastas in 2001....I left out the part about Santos, because he was only in charge for a short time...

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    Yes, I was not totally certain whether it was Kyrastas or Anastasiadis to be frank. At first I wrote Kyrastas Unfortunately Kyrastas passed away very early. But the point is, his second season at Panathinaikos was not a full season. Had it been a full season, we would have been champions for sure! The guy is a genious!

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    Whewwww! That took ahwile! Updated all active coaches.

    No more updates until all seasons finish!

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    RINUS MICHELS CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    AJAX (1965-1971)
    Games: 200
    Record: 153-27-20
    Home Record: 91-4-5
    Away Record: 62-23-15
    Winning Percentage: 77%
    Total Points: 486
    Average Points Per Game: 2.43

    Michels returned to Ajax as head coach in 1965. Under his tenure, Ajax won the national championship four times and the KNVB Cup three times in the following six years. In 1969 they reached for the first time the European Cup final, being defeated by Milan. In 1971, he managed Ajax to their first of three consecutive European Cups. While at Ajax, Michels modernized the game by introducing "Total Football" and using the offside trap...


    BARCELONA (1971-1975)
    Games: 136
    Record: 74-34-31
    Home Record: 50-14-4
    Away Record: 21-20-27
    Winning Percentage: 54%
    Total Points: 256
    Average Points Per Game: 1.88

    He then moved to Barcelona in the second part of 1971, leading the team to win the Primera División title in 1974, before joining the Dutch national team...


    AJAX (1975-1976)
    Games: 34
    Record: 21-8-5
    Home Record: 15-1-1
    Away Record: 6-7-4
    Winning Percentage: 62%
    Total Points: 71
    Average Points Per Game: 2.09

    After leading the Dutch National Team to the World Cup Final in 1974, Michels stayed with Barcelona for one more season and then returned to Ajax. After only managing a third place finish in the league, Rinus moved back to Barcelona...


    BARCELONA (1976-1978)
    Games: 68
    Record: 34-18-16
    Home Record: 26-6-2
    Away Record: 8-12-14
    Winning Percentage: 50%
    Total Points: 120
    Average Points Per Game: 1.76

    After two seasons in his second stint with Barcelona, Rinus only managed to win half of his matches and was released by the club...


    LOS ANGELES AZTECS (1979-1980)
    Games: 62
    Record: 38-0-24
    Home Record: 22-0-9
    Away Record: 16-0-15
    Winning Percentage: 61%
    Total Points: 114
    Average Points Per Game: 1.84

    Michels later moved on to the United States where he coached in the ill-fated North American Soccer League, accepting a lucrative deal from the Aztecs. Cruyff joined Rinus for a season, but the Dutch pair eventually left after the 1980 season...


    1. FC KÖLN (1980-1983)
    Games: 102
    Record: 47-28-27
    Home Record: 34-9-8
    Away Record: 13-19-19
    Winning Percentage: 46%
    Total Points: 169
    Average Points Per Game: 1.66

    After returning to Europe form the United States, Rinus settled in at 1. FC Köln for 3 seasons. After only leading the team to a DFB Pokal title in 1983, Rinus moved back to the Dutch National Team, but was unable to match the success on 1974...


    BAYER LEVERKUSEN (1988-1989)
    Games: 34
    Record: 10-14-10
    Home Record: 7-7-3
    Away Record: 3-7-7
    Winning Percentage: 29%
    Total Points: 44
    Average Points Per Game: 1.29

    Rinus ended his club coaching career with his worst season ever at Bayer Leverkusen in 1989. Although having his worst club season to date, Rinus was able to win the European Cup with the Netherlands in 1988 before joining Leverkusen. After leaving Leverkusen, Michels returned to the Dutch National Team for his 4th stint, but failed to win the World Cup in 1990 or the European Cup in 1992 and retired from coaching after that...



    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 636
    Record: 374-129-133
    Home Record: 245-41-32
    Away Record: 129-88-101
    Winning Percentage: 59%
    Total Points: 1,251
    Average Points Per Game: 1.97
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 74.86

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    Wow...almost 8 hours of work...Updated all the managers and also added the Father of 'Total Football', Rinus Michels. I dug through 2 years of online newspapers to get the exact home and away record for him at Los Angeles...I doubt SKY or ESPN dig that deep for stats!

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    Nice work vitoman!

    I always thought that Rinus Michels was the architect of Ajax's triple CL victories. Turns out he just laid the foundation.

    Btw, from his Wiki stats, he's a pretty good striker too! Scoring 122 goals in 264 matches for Ajax.

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    Has vito done anything on Rafa?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Suneet View Post
    Has vito done anything on Rafa?

    I made a nice index in the first post and you still ask this question???

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    SIR MATT BUSBY CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    MANCHESTER UNITED (1945-1969)
    Games: 1,008
    Record: 489-244-275
    Home Record: 300-102-81
    Away Record: 170-132-182
    Winning Percentage: 49%
    Total Points: 1,711
    Average Points Per Game: 1.70

    In February 1945, still in uniform, Busby turned up at Cornbrook Cold Storage, one of the United chairman James W. Gibson's businesses at Trafford Park to discuss the contents of Rocca's letter with the chairman. Busby requested that he be directly involved in training, pick the team on matchdays and even choose the players to be bought and sold without interference from the club directors, who, he believed, did not know the game as well as he did. Such a level of control over the team was unprecedented in the English game, but the United chairman was in no position to argue. Busby was originally offered a three-year contract, but managed to secure himself a five-year deal after explaining that it would take at least that long for his revolution to have a tangible effect.

    The contract was signed that day – February 19, 1945 – but it was not until October 1 that Busby officially took over the reins at Manchester United. In the interim, he returned to the Army Physical Training Corps, whose football team he took to Bari, Italy, in the spring of 1945. There, he took in a training session for a football team made up of non-commissioned officers led by West Bromwich Albion's former half-back Jimmy Murphy. Impressed by the Welshman's oratory skills, Busby engaged him in conversation and offered him the job of assistant manager at Manchester United, which Murphy accepted there and then. The two men immediately put their mark on the side, leading them to the runners-up spot in the league, behind Busby's former employers Liverpool, by the end of the 1946-47 season. Manchester United were runners-up in the league in 1947, 1948, 1949 and 1951, and won the FA Cup in 1948, before winning the league championship in 1952.

    During the '50s, the team picked up the affectionate nickname the Busby Babes, due to the youthfulness of many of the players he fielded. They won the league in both 1956 and 1957, and were runners-up to Aston Villa in the 1957 FA Cup Final. The young side was so successful that centre-forward Tommy Taylor and goalkeeper Harry Gregg were United's only major signings over a spell of four years. Busby and his team began the 1957-58 season full of ambition for an assault on the Football League title, FA Cup and European Cup. On the way home from a European Cup tie against Red Star Belgrade on 6 February 1958, their plane crashed on the runway at Munich Airport. Seven players and three club officials were among the 23 people who were killed at the scene; Duncan Edwards died from his injuries two weeks later, while two other players were injured to such an extent that they never played football again. Busby suffered multiple injuries and twice received the Last Rites, but he recovered from his injuries and left hospital after nine weeks.

    After the crash, Busby built a new side around Munich survivors including Harry Gregg, Bobby Charlton and Bill Foulkes. He also brought in players from other clubs - these included David Herd, Albert Quixall and Denis Law. Northern Irish forward George Best was scouted for Man Utd by Bob Bishop and signed to the club's playing staff by chief scout Joe Armstrong.
    In 1963, Busby had successfully rebuilt United as he guided them to a 3-1 victory over Leicester City in the FA Cup final. They were league champions in 1965 and again in 1967, with only a defeat on the final day of the 1967-68 season stopping them from recording a rare championship hat-trick...

    First Division (5): 1951–52, 1955–56, 1956–57, 1964–65, 1966–67
    FA Charity Shield (5): 1952, 1956, 1957, 1965, 1967
    FA Cup (2): 1947–48, 1962–63
    European Cup (1): 1967–68


    MANCHESTER UNITED (1970-1971)
    Games: 21
    Record: 11-3-7
    Home Record: 6-1-3
    Away Record: 5-2-4
    Winning Percentage: 52%
    Total Points: 36
    Average Points Per Game: 1.71

    Busby retired as manager a year in 1969, but remained at the club as a director, handing over managerial duties to trainer and former player Wilf McGuinness. When McGuinness was sacked in December 1970, Busby briefly returned to his managerial duties, but there was never any question of him returning as manager on a permanent basis. He carried on as a club director for 11 more years, before being made president in 1982...



    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 1,029
    Record: 500-247-282
    Home Record: 306-103-84
    Away Record: 175-134-186
    Winning Percentage: 49%
    Total Points: 1,747
    Average Points Per Game: 1.70
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 64.60

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    I made a nice index in the first post and you still ask this question???
    You have no idea how busy(lazy) I am.


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    ERNST HAPPEL CAREER LEAGUE COACHING RECORD


    ADO DEN HAAG (1962-1968)
    Games: 188
    Record: 82-53-53
    Home Record: 51-23-20
    Away Record: 31-30-33
    Winning Percentage: 44%
    Total Points: 299
    Average Points Per Game: 1.59

    Happel began coaching at Dutch club ADO Den Haag in 1962. He spent 6 seasons with the club and managed to win the Dutch Cup in his final year...


    FEYENOORD (1968-1973)
    Games: 170
    Record: 127-28-15
    Home Record: 70-12-3
    Away Record: 57-16-12
    Winning Percentage: 75%
    Total Points: 409
    Average Points Per Game: 2.41

    After Den Haag, Happel coached Feyenoord for 5 seasons, with whom he won the Dutch championship in 1971, as well as the European Cup and the Intercontinental Cup in 1970...


    SEVILLA (1973-1975)
    Games: 76
    Record: 37-16-23
    Home Record: 30-5-3
    Away Record: 7-11-20
    Winning Percentage: 49%
    Total Points: 127
    Average Points Per Game: 1.67

    After Feyenoord, Happel left the Netherlands to manage Segunda Division side Sevilla. He gained promotion to La Liga in his second season, before moving on to Belgium...


    CLUB BRUGGE (1975-1978)
    Games: 104
    Record: 67-16-21
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: 64%
    Total Points: 217
    Average Points Per Game: 2.09

    Happel was successful yet again at Club Brugge. Staying on for three seasons and winning the Belgian league all three years. Happel was then chosen as the man to lead the Dutch NT in the 1978 World Cup...


    HARELBEKE (1979)
    Games: ??
    Record: ??-??-??
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: ??
    Total Points: ??
    Average Points Per Game: ??

    After the World Cup, Happel took charge of Belgian side Harelbeke for the second half of the 1978-79 season and saved them from relegation. He didn't stay long and moved on to Belgian powerhouse Standard that summer...


    STANDARD LIÈGE (1980-1983)
    Games: 68
    Record: 38-15-15
    Home Record: ??-??-??
    Away Record: ??-??-??
    Winning Percentage: 56%
    Total Points: 129
    Average Points Per Game: 1.90

    Happel only spent 2 unimpressive and trophyless seasons at Standard before he moved to Germany to take over Hamburger SV...


    HAMBURGER SV (1981-1987)
    Games: 204
    Record: 109-53-42
    Home Record: 73-21-8
    Away Record: 36-32-34
    Winning Percentage: 53%
    Total Points: 380
    Average Points Per Game: 1.86

    Happel spent his longest stint at Hamburger SV from 1981-1987. It was a very successful stint, winning the Bundesliga twice, German Cup once and also winning his second European Cup...


    FC TIROL (1987-1991)
    Games: 144
    Record: 79-40-25
    Home Record: 49-18-5
    Away Record: 30-22-20
    Winning Percentage: 55%
    Total Points: 277
    Average Points Per Game: 1.92

    Happel returned to his native Austria to finish his club coaching career. He spent 4 seasons at FC Tirol winning 2 Austrian league titles and 1 Austrian Cup. In 1991, he was offered the position of Austria National Team manager, which he took but only held for a year before he passed away due to lung cancer. After his death, the biggest football stadium in Austria, the Praterstadion in Vienna, was renamed Ernst Happel Stadion...


    OVERALL LEAGUE RECORD
    Games: 954
    Record: 539-221-194
    Home Record: 273-79-39
    Away Record: 161-111-119
    Winning Percentage: 56%
    Total Points: 1,838
    Average Points Per Game: 1.93
    Average Points Per Season (38 games): 73.34

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    MAJOR UPDATE! All managers have been updated through last season!
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    This season is unfortunately a 5 season setback. We were 1.5 mercato away from becoming a top team, now won't really have expectations of winning an important trophy until 2025.

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    Fuck them, get Bielsa.

    Haha after reading the Gazzetta this morning, I was just about to get his!
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    This season is unfortunately a 5 season setback. We were 1.5 mercato away from becoming a top team, now won't really have expectations of winning an important trophy until 2025.

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