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Chapter 24: "Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree..."
This is Chapter 24 in the serialised story of my Football Manager 2020 gameplay, taking fictional team Canterbury City AFC to the very top of the world. We're currently in our 5th Season (23/24) and this is our account of our December progress. You can use these links to catch up or carry on via the blog.submitted by joeyleonine to footballmanagergames
From the beginning
This Chapter in blog form
The Start of the 23/24 Season
Chapter 24: "Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree..."December is always one of those months that, in my opinion, can make or break a season. There’s just a lot of congestion and tired legs and a couple of injuries here or there can really scupper any plans you may or may not be making for January. Our first match of the month against Everton came up trumps in that respect as Erling Haaland twisted an ankle midway through the first half to rule him out until the New Year. Thankfully it’s not serious enough to do any significant damage for now, but it does mean that with Adam Idah out for the season, we are going to have to rely on the underwhelming forms of Daouda Bamba, Borja Garces and Talles.
At least Talles has forgiven me for not picking him in the Champions’ League squad now. Hopefully he can put in some performances to justify his inclusion for the second round onwards – not that he needs to justify it, with Idah out long-term there’s a space up for grabs…
Aside from a visit to the Etihad, December is a Home fixture month. Though it does also include us hosting Atletico Madrid and Chelsea along with that trip up to City. With Watford also high-flying, that game just before Christmas is not going to be an 'easy one' so considering we’re now lacking that firepower upfront, I’m not overly confident of getting through this month in a happy state of mind. That being said, we start the month 4th in the table. Considering we were aiming for 6th when we started this season, a couple of part decent results here and there will have us firmly in the right ballpark come my designated mid-term review point that is January.
So, Everton. Our bogey team in so much as they always, always have a way of scoring and getting a result. 2-1 up with 5 to play – can we keep them out? Like hell we can. 2-2 it finished and as we mentioned, we lost Haaland in the process. Still, at least Gabriel Barbossa finally drew a blank against our defence.
So Atletico came to town to play a rematch, technically the 2nd rematch if you count our pre-season friendly versus them. I was umming and arring as to what team to put out. We’ve already got out of the group and I’m not convinced that being 1st or 2nd seed has much difference in the long run. So with my eyes set on getting positive results in the Premier League I rotate and rest some legs for the ‘dead rubber’. Atleti don’t do this and we are rolled over 3-0 at home. Hmmm. Oh and we’ve been drawn against Bayern ‘Powerhouse’ Munich for the second round. Oh well.
At least we can take it all out against Burnley next up in the league, right?
Well, sort of. We did a fantastic first half destruction job of any walls they put up in our way to go into the dressing room 3-0 up. I chose not to ‘warn against complacency’ by believing that the boys were enjoying themselves and would go straight back out to carry on the pasting. The second-half then was one-way traffic... In our direction. Burnley turned it up and turned the screws and we forgot how to play football. If it wasn’t for some goalkeeping heroics it would have been a proper horror story. It finished 3-2 to us and whilst we didn’t concede number 2 until injury time, I’m not convinced that they didn’t deserve a point. A Jekyll and Hyde show, I told them as much afterwards. We got very, very lucky.
City away at the Etihad then. With the top 3 all beating each other and sharing the points, we were only 3 behind that group separated themselves by just the 1 point. If we could beat City we’d be right up there in the mix! I dared to believe and in forgetting that it was an away fixture, went all guns blazing. For a brief moment I thought we’d taken the lead too only for Daouda Bamba to correctly be ruled off-side – he was a mile off – but then came the Manchester City freight train. And it just kept coming. We lost 1-0 and considering the shot count was 25-6 and only 1 of ours was on target I think, we’ve surely got to be happy with that, right?! Oh well.
Back home to Victoria Park then to host Watford. It’s going to be a significant fixture with Chelsea visiting on Boxing Day just a few days later. We’re 4th. Chelsea and Watford are 5th and 6th respectively. We are going to need to beat one of these teams if we want to keep 4th place as we turn the year so what we definitely don’t need is Bamba and Garces to pick up injuries in the same training session and rule them out until the New Year also!!!
Idah – Out
Haaland – Out
Bamba – Out
Garces – Out
So that means all we have left is wide-man Talles. He can do a job down the middle but he’s not great -let alone as a loan front man. Considering he is also the only wide-man we have left we are going to have to get a bit creative with our formation. We did not need this headache right before these two crucial fixtures, but said headache we do have. Time to knuckle down and work out how we get through to January – thank goodness we’ve drawn League 1 Mansfield in the FA Cup 3rd Round. You’d hope we can get through that with some of the reserves.
So Watford, then. How on earth are we going to play this one? Well... We go Christmas Tree 4-3-2-1 and I decide to play Oscar as a False 9 with Talles and Lee Kang-In as Trequartistas behind. They can also go out and start wider as Inverted Wingers if the need arises which is helpful. I choose the Chelsea game as the more important, even if the head suggests the Watford one is more winnable, and so we rotate in for the Hornet’s visit and this is how we lined up to start.
It was going alright but Watford dominated possession over the first half, so I let Talles and Lee start wider as planned and it reaped instant dividends as Oscar popped up with lots of room to score just after the restart and that’s the way it probably would have stayed had Juan Cruz not been caught in possession on the half-way line leaving a clear path to goal. 1-1 it finished, with the ‘weaker’ team out. Fingers crossed we can rotate people back in then for 3 points against Chelsea on Boxing Day…
The added bonus was Erling Haaland passing a fitness test, but looking at it he had half an hour maximum in him. So we’d either have to go all-out attack and hope he could do something good in the first 30 minutes, or play resolutely and hope he could play an impact sub role late on in the game. I went for the former, knowing that Chelsea had played more games than us recently and were likely even more leggy than we were. I hoped we could just go full intensity to begin with, try and grab a goal and then sit on it knowing they didn’t have too much in the tank to respond with. With Haaland fit-ish as well we could fall back to our two upfront 5-3-2 WingBack-Overload tactic.
Well, overload those wingbacks really did. Zeca scored first on 20 minutes and not to be out done Ailton scored his 6th of the season 5 minutes later. When Big Pav rose highest from a corner after half an hour the game was done. I took Haaland off at half-time has he’d clearly made a menace of himself and I let Oscar play upfront with Talles for the second half, just because. The downside being that Gomez picked up a knock to the thigh which will sideline him for a week or two but we should be able to get around that. The midfield is currently stacked relative to the attacking department.
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We hoped for 3 points to see out the year with and got 4 instead. Decent. In to January we go then. First up before that ‘easy’ FA Cup tie is yet another trip to the Madjeski Stadium to play a Bournemouth team who are still without a home, their redeveloped ground not ready until next season believe it or not. They are also without any form, currently sitting in the relegation zone. It would appear I’d got them and Watford the wrong way around this season when I broke up the competition into the 4 Tiers, ah well.
So what of the squad now that we’ve reached the haflway stage of the season. Well, we’re doing OK. We’re not really scoring enough goals for my liking, or rather my strikers aren’t. I know they have injuries and Haaland’s needed time to bed in and poor form. But we are being carried a bit by the rest of the team. OK so it’s a team game, and we are obviously scoring enough goals as a squad to get results. We wouldn’t be up in 4th place otherwise. But it’s a little concerning – for instance, if our giant Centre-Back unit stop scoring from set-pieces then I think it’ll get a bit sticky.
There are positives in other areas mind you. After his rocky start to the campaign I threw caution to the wind and put the vast majority of our eggs in the David Raya Goalkeeping Basket and I’ve been rewarded as those first two months of flappability seem to be a distant memory. He’s been pretty solid since and whilst I’ve let Declan Rudd cameo about in the Champions’ League Group stage, it’s Raya all the way from here on in.
And of course the goals from other departments are a plus, as well as our general play at the back. We do concede the odd late goal or get caught on the counter at times, but those things happen. Yes it means we draw more than we should. But other than those big games against the big boys, we don’t lose many. We’ve just got to suss those fixtures out! Let’s see what the second half of the season brings then.
Bournemouth away, on New Year’s Day. Can we kick off 2024 with a bang?
2019/20 Season Everton ‘Reactionary' Season Review.
Everton's squad 2019/20
1 – Jordan Pickford:
Inconsistent, brash and yet solid in defence for the most part, Jordan held the gloves in every game this season. While suffering from one too many brain farts, Jordan’s distribution and shot stopping was overall of an acceptable level. This stop/start season plus inferior alternatives (Virginia, Lossl and Stekelenberg) no doubt conspired against Jordan from benefitting from a mental rest. Loads of pressure on him for an improved 20/21 or the knives will be out. 2019/20 Season Rating: 6.8 out of ten
In two words: 'Straighten up'.
2 – Mason Holgate:
This season Mason broke through the shadows of a ‘hopefully’ defender to a man who held down the fort and became Mr. Reliable. His work in defence was excellent and his partnering with Mina and Keane at different stages were sound. Several games saw Mason as ‘man of the match’ and even provided direct goal assists like this one at the 42sec mark: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V62l2U8ACdU Project restart was a bit of a fizzer for Holgate, but at 23 years of age with 32 appearances in all competitions this year, the sky’s the limit. Fingers crossed for a solid 20/21 season. 2019/20 Season Rating: 7.2 out of ten
In one word: 'Lively'.
3 – Leighton Baines:
Only 10 appearances this season from the 35 year old legend. Time has got away from the man, but as an absolute professional, he served as an important cog in the squad this year, even scoring this absolute banger vs Leicester in December to remind us of what he’s capable of! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoDSFv1YbzE hanging up the boots come season end, Project restart was a little bit of an anti-climax for Leighton and it was cruel to not be given a deserved send off in front of his fans. 2019/20 Season Rating: 5.9 out of ten
In one word: 'Goodbye'.
5 – Michael Keane:
What a strange year for the man signed at a King's ransom fee from Burnley. Having put aside his struggles last year, Keane was dependable at the back while this VAR joke at the 1:11min mark https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V62l2U8ACdU cruelly re-started a low point in his Everton career and summed up part 1 of this season. He was an absolute rock during Project restart in defence, scoring 2 goals and totalling 34 appearances for the year. Many people have questioned his ability to play in front of fans, so next year will be interesting. At 27 years old, next year will be a defining moment. 2019/20 Season Rating: 6.8 out of ten
In one word: 'Redemption?'
7 – Richarlison:
What to say about the Brazillian who only cost us 50 million? Without him, we’d be battling to stay up this year, Carlo would not have made the decision to manage us and someone else would’ve had to get us the 15 goals from 41 appearances.. While at times a little inconsistent and his handball in the final game gave Bournemouth a goal in the final game, Richarlison used his physicality and skillset to great effect and his body held up too - no major injuries of note. Assisting DCL as a pairing and also used on the RW several times, Rich provided a great link for the midfield and a direct threat at goal, having our most shots at goal. Was great during set plays also, where he scored almost ½ of his 15 goals. Solid throughout project restart and signed until July 2023, fans hope this is only year two of many more in Everton colours. 2019/20 Season Rating: 7.3 out of ten In one word: 'Awesome'.
8 – Fabian Delph:
Fabian, signed from Manchester City on a three-year deal until the end of June 2022 seems to have done the opposite to endear himself to Everton fans. His season was a disappointing one, only featuring 20 appearances in a defensive midfield role. Unfortunately better remembered for his social media spat with an Everton fan https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/everton-hold-fabian-delph-talks-21241236 and his verbal lashes at teammates during games, Fabian has a lot to do to reinvigorate his career. Can he forge a successful pairing with Gomes and/or Holgate thereby redeeming himself, or will he become surplus to requirements? A season to forget for Delph. 2019/20 Season Rating: 3.9 out of ten
In one word: 'Twitter'.
9 – Dominic Calvert-Lewin:
The season DCL lost the label of being ‘just a kid’ to our shining hope. And for stages he was just that; A solid, physical and skillful presente that worked well in a pairing and at times isolated when using a 4-5-1 formation. At 23, and with 40 appearances in all competitions (including 13 in the EPL). His best came against Burnley in Carlo’s first game as manager at the 1:45min mark at this clip. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5iSg71U9rE. Winning a number of ‘Man of the match’ awards prior to the season being temporarily halted was fantastic, and while Project restart wasn’t spectacular for Domenic and fans were haunted by repeating commentary “Calvert Lewin’s header on target! - but straight to the keeper.” He can hold his head up. 2019/20 Season Rating: 7 out of ten
In one word: 'Maturity'.
10 – Gylfi Sigurdsson:
Another much maligned player, Gylfi just hasn’t risen to the expectations placed on him. While not this season, this absolute worldie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qe7k1sH0BkA from 3 years ago gave us a sense of what Sigurdsson could do. This season saw 37 appearances and 3 goals; another low energy set of performances from midfield, only showing glimpses of talent during set pieces when Project restart begun. His final highlight was stepping up and nailing this home against Leicester. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HTHps12ImY My heart tells me now is a good time to move on from flirting with Gylfi’s skill set and best to seek opportunities elsewhere. 2019/20 Season Rating: 6.1 out of ten
In one word: 'Farewell'.
11 – Theo Walcott Interesting year from the man formerly from Arsenal. While making his second highest number of appearances for us this season, he was only able to conjure 2 goals which is his lowest tally since his 2006–07. While still handy for pace and ability to take on defenders, Theo is liked by fans overall and despite a lack of finishing ability was handy at times. Currently 31 years of age, Walcott has been a squad player for much of the year and due to a lack of consistency this season, will no doubt find himself on the outer one again. 2019/20 Season Rating: 6.1 out of ten
In one word: 'Sunset'.
12 – Lucas Digne:
39 appearances and 1 goal from the former Barcelona, Roma, Lille and PSG man. While failing to hit the heights of his first season at EFC, his consistent and strong physical showing in Everton’s defence was often a relief for fans. Can’t forget this moment though in the final moments of our loss to Brighton 3-2 where he wanted the ground to swallow him whole https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V62l2U8ACdU. Fans hope he gets a big rest during the short off season and can build on a consistent but underwhelming year. 2019/20 Season Rating: 6.7 out of ten
In one word: 'Solid'.
13 – Yerry Mina: Time for some controversial statements and Yerry is perfect. Signed in 2018 in a deal worth €30 million, his consistent injuries and slow recovery limited appearances to 33 for the year. Netting 2 goals (a brace vs. Watford) here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwolaBPtmrw was encouraging, but he often lacked the agility, versatility and tactical nous needed to cement his postiion as a dependable defender for us. I’ll be honest here - I’m not sold on Yerry and think we overspent. Next year is his time to prove me and others wrong. 2019/20 Season Rating: 6.3 out of ten
In one word: 'Overrated'.
14 – Cenk Tosun: Wikipedia states: Cenk Tosun is a Turkish professional footballer who plays as a striker for Everton. Does he? Cenk made 8 appearances for Everton this year, almost exclusively during the first 3 months of our season. Best remembered for his consolation of Andre Gomes immediately after being injured, then scoring this headed goal vs Tottenham: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dRUMstNSe0 as well as his pro-Turkey stance in October during conflict with Syria. https://www.dw.com/en/turkish-football-teams-military-salute-to-be-examined-by-uefa/a-50811064 Loaned to Crystal Palace, only to be injured shortly after means this year would have to be seen as a failure and sounds the death knell for Cenk’s top flight career. 2019/20 Season Rating: 4.1 out of ten
In one word: 'Seeya'.
17 – Alex Iwobi:
For a man who has the coolest song chant in the team https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGY1qzfpzt0 his season was frustrating to say the least. His positioning, lack of creativity and penchant for passing backwards (prime example here leading to the Spurs goal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dRUMstNSe0) has meant that he is considered a failure for us. Still, at 24 years of age and with 29 appearances plus 2 goals in his first year (only bettered by Richarlison and Digne in recent first year appearances) hope remains that Alex has time to redeem himself. 2019/20 Season Rating: 6 out of ten
In one word: 'Tease'.
18 – Morgan Schneiderlin:
Sold midyear after 18 appearances to Nice (France) and despite mostly uninspiring performances, was able to play solidly at times. An amicable decision between Morgan and the club to part ways prior to Project restart put a full stop on his time as a defensive midfielder at Everton. Morgan failed to ever live up to his inflated price tag, continued to pass backwards (a minor improvement this year) and will be remembered for his role in a training pitch spat back which sealed his fate. http://www.theguardian.com/football/2017/nov/06/morgan-schneiderlin-kevin-mirallas-everton-training We wish him well in his native land. 2019/20 Season Rating: 4 out of ten In one word: 'Au revoir'.
19 – Djibril Sidibe:
This guy. While highly unlikely that he’ll be retained after being loaned by Monaco, he showed flashes of what he’s capable of. The irony is that while offensively he’s shown a knack for getting up the pitch, Djibril was a liability in his main role most times. Massively inconsistent and with only 29 appearances due to injury and form, Sidibe proved unreliable and Seamus was used as the starting RB instead on two more occasions. Another who was unable to adapt to the English league. Sidibe’s season was mediocre at best. 2019/20 Season Rating: 5.1 out of ten In two words: 'No thanks'.
20 – Bernard:
27 years old and towering at 1.64 metres, Bernard has scored (3 goals, more than last year) 33.33% more goals than last season with 7 less appearances. That reads well huh? The reality is that Bernard has been unable to assert himself with a consistent position as an attacking option for EFC. His performances when starting or having more than 25mins weren’t memorable and due to his size, is unable to assert any physicality. His highlight this year? This act of wizardry https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hg8OKjoz70U against West Ham. The jury is still out unfortunately and while he wears his heart on his sleeve, his future is in doubt if significant improvements aren’t made on the pitch. 2019/20 Season Rating: 5.5 out of ten
In two words: 'Bench Warmer'.
21 – Andre Gomes:
A year of ups and downs for Andre. Apart from his looks, the moment we will remember is this one https://www.irishpost.com/news/ireland-captain-seamus-colemans-gesture-tottenhams-son-heung-min-following-horrific-andre-gomes-injury-173428 for all the wrong reasons. With an amazing return to the field only months after what looked like a career ending injury, Andre was able to gain selection in our midfield (which says so much about how poor our midfield options were). Despite a laboured and inconsistent return he managed a total of 20 appearances and 1 goal. Gomes will look at season 2019/2020 as one to forget but finished the year positively and showed what he’s capable of. 2019/20 Season Rating: 6.3 out of ten
In one word: 'Ouch'.
23 – Seamus Coleman:
What a beast. Never forget this man is 31 years old and had his leg snapped in March 2017. While lacking pace and the knack for a goal since then, his nous and discipline has helped the club on numerous occasions. His games this season come in at 31 and is the 6th highest appearance rate in the 11 years he’s been at the club. A solid mainstay at RB, Seamus has been limited in attacking runs and was rarely seen looking for a goal. Coleman's best work was with his bread and butter defensive work. but was the spokesperson for after match interviews having to give excuses and the dreaded 'call to arms' https://www.footballtransfertavern.com/premier-league/everton/everton-fans-split-on-seamus-colemans-rallying-cry-after-stating-the-toffees-need-european-football/ Seamus is well regarded as one that gives his best for the team 95% of the time. Poor guy didn’t get on the scoresheet this year, only his 4th year where he’s failed to find the goals for the Toffees. 2019/20 Season Rating: 6.7 out of ten
In one word: 'Thank you'.
25 – Jean-Philippe Gbamin:
2 appearances. Will stop typing before I injure my wrist. 2019/20 Season Rating: NA
In one word: 'LOL'.
26 – Tom Davies:
He’s 22. Okay, he’s been inconsistent but still appeared 33 times this season for 2 goals and was a mainstay for Marco Silva as well as Carlo Ancelotti. Unfortunately Tom lacked a lot of physicality this season and often found himself choosing the wrong option in midfield or was bullied off the ball by opposing midfield players.In the EFL Cup match vs Sheffield Wednesday in September last year, watch this 9sec mark beauty as an example of why he disappointed many: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-GsTTqy4go - His positioning was inconsistent and fans commented on a lack of alertness and poise, which was worrying. Scoring only twice in his 5th season at the club was a poor return. One year younger than DCL and 33 games less shows that next year is the last final ‘get out of jail free’ card season. He’ll no longer be able to use age as an excuse. 2019/20 Season Rating: 6.4 out of ten
In two words: 'Man up'.
27 – Moise Kean:
Another member of the squad with a cult following amongst fans, Moise has it all; Support from all, an awesome hair style, and the potential to be a strike partner with Domenic Calvert-Lewin. This would ease pressure off Richarlison and to a lesser extent the Everton midfield. He’s 20 years old, scored 2 goals and made 33 appearances for the club this year - almost always coming off the bench. Critics doubt his mental ability and level of focus, as well as questioning his desire to succeed at the highest level. “The guy is gassed after 5 minutes!” is the consensus among pundits, but more of this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMKK9ofPGpc will surely come with experience and tutelage from Don Carlo. Disappointing year it must be said though if honest and Moise cannot afford a repeated output in season 2020-21. 2019/20 Season Rating: 5.6 out of ten
In one word: 'Exciting'.
29 – Oumar Niasse:
3 appearances this year. Forgettable, but we’ll always remember the sacrifices made in that dire season Koeman was here a few years back: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-E-n4oelLE Farewell Oumar. 2019/20 Season Rating: 3.5 out of ten
In three words: 'Catchya, sweet Prince'.
32 – Jared Branthwaite:
18 years old. Hell, he was 17 on June 26th! When I was 18, my mental toughness was tested working more than 5 hours at a grocery store. This guy has come into a Premier League team and was arguably the best afield in only his second game, making it to Alan Shearer's team of the week for his efforts against Sheffield United https://www.reddit.com/Everton/comments/hxxpfm/jarrad_branthwaite_made_alan_shearers_pl_team_of/ He’s made 4 appearances and has looked like a boss in defence. Without too much pressure he has the ability to make a more advanced position his own in coming seasons. He’s tall, will put on size (thus have a physical presence) and comes across as a ‘smart football player’. Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBgbNCirW-k&t=9s against Sheffield United and keep your eye on Jared throughout. He’s often the first to react when something happens. Great work on forcing his way into the team late this season. 2019/20 Season Rating: 5 out of ten
In one word: 'Future'.
42 – Anthony Gordon:
Wow. This guy is only 19. He made 8 appearances for the club and with almost all coming during Project restart, his energy and tempo was exactly what the midfield needed. He was able to work closely with Richarlison and who can forget his work here with Lucas Digne https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbHkUtO9YE4 against Leicester City. Still young and largely untried, Gordon has proven himself in the Under 23s, see here for an example back in August of 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENQdf8gY69A and has recently stamped his place on our starting XI. Well done, Anthony. 2019/20 Season Rating: 5.1 out of ten
In one word: 'Hopeful'.
Everton team overall season score: 5.9 out of ten
Everton Goal of the year: Leighton Baines vs Leicester City https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoDSFv1YbzE&t=19s December, 2019
Everton player of season 2019–20: Richarlison
Everton worst player of season 2019–20: Bernard and Delph (joint winners)
Everton youth player of the season 2019–20 (Under 23): Anthony Gordon