With one game to go and 1 point clear the only obstacle in my path was an injury weakened Aberdeen at home.
Mid week the tabloid press was going crazy, speculation was rife that Kevin Keegan was going to get the sack from Man City. Who could replace such a high profile manager at a hugely supported club?
On the eve of the game I was given the phone call, the offer was too good to refuse.
My first game for Man City was a 3-0 win over lowly Southampton propelling my new look City to a final league position of 14th.
Over the Summer, new manager Clarketti made some telling changes, out with the old boys and in with the new. With a new policy of bringing the youngsters through the ranks the past masters were given the chop. Out with Sinclair/Jihai/Shearer.
The bookies have given Man City 150-1 odds to win the league, determined to prove the critics wrong, Stuartini leads City to 7th.
The transfer deadline is looming and Roma have placed an audacious bid for Wright-Phillips. £36,000,000
Will Stuartini accept the bid for the fans favourite and fund the teams weak transfer budget to restructure the team? Will he keep the young starlet, destined to become one of the all time greats?
Watch this space for the next exciting installment of the Life and Times of Stuartini Clarketti.