SD Eibar shouldn’t be in LaLiga.Continue reading “Eskozia La Brava”
It’s time to get down to business in the Basque Country. I’ve reached the halfway point of my first season in charge of Eibar on FM20 but before I go into how we’ve done so far, I want to talk about the unique identity I’m looking to implement at the club from the get go.Continue reading “Eskozia La Brava | La Furia”
At the halfway stage of my first season in charge of Eibar on FM20 we were riding high in the Champions League qualification spots in LaLiga. This surely wouldn’t last but based on our performances, we certainly deserve to be there. A reminder that the board are looking for a mid-table finish which I certainly think we’re on course to deliver.
Could we sneak into Europe for the first time?Continue reading “Eskozia La Brava | A Squad Game”
My first season at Eibar went very well indeed. A 5th place league finish means we head into the Europa League group stage in season two.
It’s a positive financially for the club, but it does mean we have to negotiate a fair few more midweek matches than I was used to during season one. While I had a tight squad contributing to our success last season, rotation will be key in the first half of this season. It might mean a struggle to pick up points too.Continue reading “Eskozia La Brava | We Do Love Playing Away”
At the halfway stage of season two we were sitting in the bottom half of the LaLiga table. We’d been turfed out of Ipurua and forced to play our home matches in Alaves’ Mendizorroza stadium. This massively affected our home form across the first half of the season, we had the second worst home form in the league with just a solitary win (technically two, funnily enough we beat Alaves away).
A few tactical tweaks would get us on our way, wouldn’t it?Continue reading “Eskozia La Brava | “The Jamie Vardy Problem””
Last time out a really good last few months of the season propelled us to a 6th place finish and Europa League football again for this coming season. Finishing 5th and 6th in my first two seasons at the club isn’t too bad at all. We’re punching well above our weight, our infrastructure is well below the standard that a La Liga club competing in Europe should have.
Heading into my third season I began to question what kind of club we actually are?Continue reading “Eskozia La Brava | What Kind Of Club Are We?”
At the halfway stage of my third season in Eibar we were sitting in 8th position in La Liga. We’d actually only lost three matches though, the same number as Barcelona and Atletico Madrid, and were five points off Valencia, who were in 4th spot.
I couldn’t have predicted what would happen next…Continue reading “Eskozia La Brava | Being There to Capitalise”