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jamstoe's avatar Group jamstoe 2013-08-21 16:15
gb 372 posts 8 likes joined Mar 26, 2012

The Story So Far…


14 years. 14 years of management. 3 World Cups. 3 European Championships. 4 Confederations Cups. 2 Barclays Premier League. 1 Liga BBVA. 1 Serie A. 1 Eredivisie. 1 Copa Del Rey. 1 FA Cup. 1 Copa Italia. 1 European Super Cup. 13 years and 18 trophies. 1 nation. 5 teams. The title of the greatest manager of all time. These are Jamie Street's achievements since 2011.

Jamie Street’s first managerial job was one which caught many people by surprise. Fabio Capello had just resigned as England manager and either Harry Redknapp or Roy Hodgson were expected to be named within a few days of the resignation. However, England decided that unknown manager Jamie Street, whose only footballing jobs had been coaching at non-league Kidderminster, would get the vacancy after a “sensational interview”, the FA quoted.
Street’s first big international tournament was Euro 2012. Street went on to beat Spain 2-1 in the final to get Street’s first piece of managerial silverware. England then went on to win the 2013 Confederations Cup before winning going into Rio 2014. England then beat Holland in the final to make the World Cup Street’s third piece for his cabinet.
After the World Cup, Street then turned to club football for silverware and to the vacant spot at top club Arsenal after their manager Martin Jol left for Manchester City. After just one season, Street left the club with 2 trophies, the Barclays Premier League and a European Super Cup.
Next on Street’s busy trophy-winning schedule was Euro 2016 which he won with ease, beating France in the final. Now on his agenda was another few club trophies, going to Man. City and winning another Premier League, an FA Cup, a League Cup and a Europa League before leaving after just another season.
After this Street went onto win the Confederations Cup 2017 and World Cup 2018 in Russia, beating Argentina in the final. He then went on to manage his beloved Stoke City in the 2019-20 season. He did not win anything but achieved a Champions League spot for his team as they finished in 4th place before he called it a day and resigned.
Now was Euro 2020 which was a major learning point in Street’s managerial career as they went out in the second knockout round to rivals France, who went onto win the competition. Ajax was on the map for Street next as he won the Eredivisie in the 2021-22 season.
Qatar 2022 was next and all eyes were on England to turn around their fortunes and get back onto winning tracks. They did without fail as they beat surprise stars Serbia in the final after winning the 2023 Confederations Cup the year before. Italy was now on the map as Street took over AC Milan and won them the Serie A and Copa Italia before again leaving after a season.
Euro 2024 was a chance for England to regain their title and they did without fail, knocking out Italy to win the trophy for the third time since Street had been managing them. Madrid was the next stop on Jamie Street’s tour of management as he took over Real Madrid and took them to the Liga BBVA and Copa Del Rey title’s in one season. He then obviously resigned as he usually does.
Street could fit in one last trophy before August 2025 by winning the Confederations Cup 2025.

However there are still many pieces of silverware missing from Street’s checklist, a main one being the Champions League.


As you can see he still has to win both German competitions to win, the French league and win the most prestigious competition in Europe, the Champions League. Then he will move onto another continent. Street will be looking for a new club but he will still be winning everything with England.

Keep reading to find out what happens in the tale of Jamie Street…
Blue's avatar Group Blue 2013-08-21 16:35
gb 2310 posts 305 likes joined Jun 30, 2012
Fantastic achievements mate, this'll be a really interesting thing to see done!
SSC Napoli - An Italian Powerhouse

Mike Bassett: "England will be playing 4-4-fucking-2"
Akash's avatar Group Akash 2013-08-21 16:35
hm 1020 posts 178 likes joined Feb 12, 2012
OH MY GOD! OH MY GOD!
JAMIE STREET IS BACK!

Welcome back, Jamstoe.
FM-LD's avatar Group FM-LD 2013-08-21 16:35
gb 713 posts 20 likes joined May 19, 2012
seems very interesting :D
MARTIN ALLEN!!! MAD DOG!!!

jamstoe's avatar Group jamstoe 2013-08-21 16:42
gb 372 posts 8 likes joined Mar 26, 2012

Street's England Squad Announced


Jamie Street has announced his 23-man squad for England's friendly with Finland:

Goalkeepers: Jack Butland (32, Valencia), Martyn Ellis (28, Everton), Jason Steele (34, Arsenal).

Defender: Nathaniel Chalobah (30, QPR), Barrie Collins (26, Chelsea), Richard Hahn (28, Chelsea), Phil Jones (33, Man U), Paul McCarthy (28, Real Madrid), Alan McGorry (26, Man City), Jack Robinson (31, Tottenham), Ernie Symons (29, Chelsea).

Midfielders: Jon Austen (29, Sampdoria), Keiren Bond (29, Chelsea), Connor Coady (32, Stoke City), Kevin Funnell (25, QPR), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (31, Liverpool), Mitch Renshaw (22, Man City), Zach Spooner (29, Everton), Jack Wilshere (33, Arsenal).

Strikers: Sam Bloxham (22, Man U), Rob Holroyd (26, Arsenal), Justin Rogerson (26, QPR), Liam Tompkins (23, Tottenham).

He will hope to beat a weak Finland side with such a strong squad.
jamstoe's avatar Group jamstoe 2013-08-21 17:05
gb 372 posts 8 likes joined Mar 26, 2012
Blue: Thanks hope you enjoy!

Akash Yes, just like the Special One, I am back! :)

FM-LD: Thanks it will be interesting playing with all the regens!
jamstoe's avatar Group jamstoe 2013-08-21 17:35
gb 372 posts 8 likes joined Mar 26, 2012

Routine Win For England


13.8.2025

England picked up a routine 5-1 win over 67th ranked Finland. This shows signs that England have another good season to come.

England 5-1 Finland
Liam Tompkins (20'.pen)
Kimmo Kaartinen (26')
Jack Wilshere (29')
Justin Rogerson (66', 68')
Rob Holroyd (71')
Justin Rogerson

England: (4-2-2-2) Jack Butland, Jeff Myers, Paul McCarthy, Phil Jones, Jack Robinson, Mitch Renshaw, Jack Wilshere, Liam Tompkins, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Justin Rogerson, Rob Holroyd.

England's next match is a World Cup 2026 Qualifier at home to Latvia.
jamstoe's avatar Group jamstoe 2013-08-21 19:28
gb 372 posts 8 likes joined Mar 26, 2012

Five-Star England Triumph


6.9.20225

England scored 5 goals to smash Latvia to keep their 100% start to their World Cup Qualifying to make 7 wins from 7 games. Here is the table so far:


England 5-0 Latvia
Justin Rogerson (20',34',58')
Karl Bird (27')
Liam Tompkins (45+1')
Justin Rogerson

England:(4-2-2-2)Jack Butland, Jeff Myers, Paul McCarthy, Phil Jones, Jack Robinson, Mitch Renshaw, Keiren Bond, Liam Tompkins, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Justin Rogerson, Karl Bird.

England's next match is in 4 days against second-placed Romania.
corbmiester's avatar Group corbmiester 2013-08-21 19:41
gb 91 posts 8 likes joined Aug 16, 2013
I like this! I get a nosebleed after 3 seasons so I tip my hat to you for managing in a time where there is one world order and without the Mark of the Beast people cannot buy or sell. (a little religious joke there sorry)
jamstoe's avatar Group jamstoe 2013-08-21 19:49
gb 372 posts 8 likes joined Mar 26, 2012
2013-08-21 19:41#130216 corbmiester : I like this! I get a nosebleed after 3 seasons so I tip my hat to you for managing in a time where there is one world order and without the Mark of the Beast people cannot buy or sell. (a little religious joke there sorry)

Thanks it has taken me a long time to get this far and it makes a very interesting story!
jamstoe's avatar Group jamstoe 2013-08-21 20:03
gb 372 posts 8 likes joined Mar 26, 2012

England Qualify For World Cup


10.9.2025

England qualified for the 2026 World Cup in Mexico with a 4-1 win over Romania.

Romania 1-4 England
Liam Tompkins (pen 22')
Justin Rogerson (37')
Karl Bird (50',80')
Phil Jones (67')
Karl Bird
Remus Filip (7')

England:(4-2-2-2) Jack Butland, Jeff Myers, Paul McCarthy, Phil Jones, Jack Robinson, Mitch Renshaw, Keiren Bond, Liam Tompkins, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Justin Rogerson, Karl Bird.

England's next match is against Azerbaijan in 31 days.
Toon's avatar Group Toon 2013-08-22 12:20
gb 1412 posts 154 likes joined Jan 06, 2013
You should smash Azerbaijan... unless they have become amazing in 10 years.
bigluey's avatar Group bigluey 2013-08-22 16:04
ng 60 posts 2 likes joined Apr 24, 2013
I love futuristic manager stories. So who is your best best player or most expensive player? :D
jamstoe's avatar Group jamstoe 2013-08-22 17:45
gb 372 posts 8 likes joined Mar 26, 2012
2013-08-22 12:20#130492 Toon : You should smash Azerbaijan... unless they have become amazing in 10 years.

As you'll be surprised, they haven't. They've probably got worse - 183rd in the World Rankings compared to England's 1st.
jamstoe's avatar Group jamstoe 2013-08-22 17:54
gb 372 posts 8 likes joined Mar 26, 2012
2013-08-22 16:04#130571 bigluey : I love futuristic manager stories. So who is your best best player or most expensive player? :D

Thanks! Here's a list of my usual England squad and their values:



Enjoy :)

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