Season Three Review
I won't go through our fixtures or anything this year (partly due to not having screenshots) but instead I'll go through the winners of all Portugal's top four trophies as well as a couple of other league around the world.
Portuguese Primeira Liga
just about got there in the end! Under the leadership of ex-Porto, Chelsea and Tottenham manager André Villas-Boas the famed Lisbon-ites recorded a long overdue title win. They finished on 68 points, one ahead of FC Porto on 67.
Portuguese Second League
coasted to the title in the end and will make their first appearance in the top flight in their 70-year history. Many tip them for relegation straight away but under manager Vitor Martins, 38, anything seems possible.
Taça de Portugal
may have missed out on the title but they sure didn't miss out on any trophy at all. Paulo Fonseca continued the club's winning tradition and history by beating lowly Aves 3-0 in the final.
Portuguese League Cup
didn't enjoy the same success under Leonardo Jardim as they did last season but they still got a piece of silverware after overcoming overachievers Rio Ave in the final of the League Cup.
are winning it all! Can anyone stop Roy Hodgson's men? The ex-Inter manager is fast creating a world power who have now won two major international tournaments on the trot.
Italy Serie A
Giants A.C Milan returned to glory as they capitalised on Udinese's late slip up to take home the Serie A crown and once again become kings of calcio! Milan have been something of a fallen giant lately and this title will be music to the Rossoneri fans.
Spanish La Liga
They used to be the little boys of Madrid, but now, Argentine manager Diego Simeone is on the cusp of creating one of the world's footballing powers. If Atleti can continue this stellar rise to fame, who knows, maybe Real Madrid will be a thing of the past?