Just wanted to give a quick update on the blog for the 2020/2021 season. The blog will continue and will follow the same format as each previous season.
I’m putting this post out early as there is likely to be a much smaller window between the end of this season and the start of the 2020/2021 season. The game is also due to end fairly soon, so I wanted to give people the opportunity to get the password for next season before we have a short break.
If you’d like to subscribe, you can use the button below. This is going to be an early bird discount (ending on Wednesday 5th August) aimed at those who are already familiar with the blog. When we get closer to the new season the cost is likely to be between £5-£7 for the season so if you wanted to grab it at a cheaper cost it makes sense to grab the password sooner rather than later.
It’s also worth noting that if you wanted to make a voluntary donation of more than £3.50 to show your appreciation of the blog you can use this link:
If you do make a voluntary donation, you won’t be expected to pay the subscription fee for next season and I’ll make sure you get the password anyway.
For those who have been following the blog for a while or those who find it a useful resource. I’d appreciate some comments below – this will add credibility to the blog and illustrate to any potential new members why it’s good value for money. The only way the blog will continue is if it is well supported again.
During next season, I’ll also be making better use of the Facebook group associated with the blog. This is going to become a benefit of being a subscriber so I’ll be able to post transfers directly into the group. If anyone wanted to join, the group is https://www.facebook.com/groups/1737642209645683/. If you’re not on Facebook – this group will only support the blog. Nothing will be exclusively posted in the Facebook group – it will just be repeated content from the blog which is quicker to access for those on Facebook.
Thanks to those who have supported the blog over the years and good luck for the remaining few weeks of the season.