Simulation Predicts Blues Will Return to the Big Time But Fans Will Have to Wait
Friday, 11th Dec 2020 10:02
Town fans have been starved of success but the Blues will eventually return to being one of English football’s powerhouses, according to a computer simulation, however they will have to wait a while yet.
In a video on the DoctorBenjy FM YouTube channel, another YouTuber, Nerdphonic, discusses having run a simulation of how the next 500 years of English football might progress on Football Manager 2021.
And it turns out that by the 26th century the Blues will be back to where they were in the glory days of Sir Alf Ramsey and Sir Bobby Robson, carrying off the Premier League title for the sixth time in 2520 ahead of Colchester United in a top flight which also includes Chorley, Newport, Mansfield and Stevenage. TWTD is very much looking forward to it.
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|BlueBoots added 10:06 - Dec 11|
Slow news day then, Phil...
|Blue12345 added 10:06 - Dec 11|
What a load of tosh.
|Northstandveteran added 10:15 - Dec 11|
Just googling cryogenics companies now.
See you all in the 26th century 😁
|Northstandveteran added 10:20 - Dec 11|
Although I will probably give the away trip to Mars F.C a miss....
|chepstowblue added 10:32 - Dec 11|
What this fails to mention is that the 'return to the big time' refers to our promotion back to league two after a three year sojourn in the national league, where we finished 10th in the first season,lost to Boreham Wood in the play off semi final in the second season and then in the third season beat Dagenham & Redbridge 2-1 at Wembley in front of 17, 562. A good win against a Dagenham side captained by Flynn Downes!!
|befxblue added 10:40 - Dec 11|
This is the amazing culmination of things coming together after Evans hands Lambert a 496 year contract extension....
|Northstandveteran added 10:42 - Dec 11|
Genuinely laughed out loud at that post 😂😂😂
|NthQldITFC added 11:17 - Dec 11|
At least we should have a few of the injured players back by then.
|algarvefan added 11:59 - Dec 11|
Damn I'm busy that year and will probably miss it!!!
|Wacko added 12:39 - Dec 11|
Judge will still be getting picked by then
|PortmanTerrorist added 13:16 - Dec 11|
No doubt a decedent of PL will be referring to his long-deceased ancestor in every football chat about how he managed Ipswich now they are a Big Club again !
|Marcus added 13:24 - Dec 11|
26th Century? Perhaps a bit too ambitious
|Steve_ITFC_Sweden added 13:56 - Dec 11|
Will our attack have reached double figures in terms of goals scored by then? Big ask.
|BudapestByBlimp added 18:54 - Dec 11|
Hope you are back doing the pressers by then Phil.
|Dissboyitfc added 20:48 - Dec 11|
And using that very same formula its reckoned in the year 2043 we will all be Elvis impersonators!
And i have heard ducks fart before!
Oh and does it say where Norwich are? i need something else to cling to!
|JewellintheTown added 21:07 - Dec 11|
The simulation failed to say that by 2520 the Premier league will have broken away so many times over & over again to form ever higher super leagues, in relative terms we'll actually be 14 tiers down but its still named the "Premier league". Kind of like league one is actually three.
Marcus's great (x12) grandchild will be the owner.
|BcarefulwhatUWish4 added 06:58 - Dec 12|
Norwich win the Premier League in 2059/2060 and become a major force in the Premiership for the following 100 years? (Including a few 2nd and 3rd place finishes).
When will we win our next derby game?
Please don't say 500 years....
|Linkboy13 added 07:45 - Dec 12|
And they'll still be talking about Brexit. Paul Lambert will be signing another contract and we'll be ground sharing with Whitton Utd.
|anditractor added 14:14 - Dec 12|
Can we have the winners trophy early !!
|Jesney_Havoc added 12:55 - Dec 18|
This is great news. There was me thinking we were a washed-up yesterday club. How deluded I am not that we have proof that this won't be the case.
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