In 2004/05 the auction moved to Norwich, with a sunny Eaton Park as it’s venue.
Twelve of the previous seasons managers were joined by debutant Giles Potter, and at the auction it would be Martin who paid top dollar. Again, Theirry Henry was the man, this time coming in at £28.0m
It was Butt Kickers who started the season in pole, but in week 2 Scott Pritchard’s MK Munsen replaced Lawrence at the top of the pile, and there a 5 month battle for top spot with Matthew Earl would develop. That was until a two week period in early February where Munsen suddenly broke away, turning a 2 point lead into 58. Scott would remain top for the rest of the season, claiming his first league title and becoming the leagues 7th title winning manager in it’s first 10 seasons.
The January transfer window and the fresh infection of bonus cash would see another scramble for new Premier League talent. This time it was Morientes who joined Liverpool and became the subject of one of the biggest bidding wars of all time. Magicmen and Butt Kickers each sold portions of their squads to raise extra cash, but were both limited to selling only 7 players each in the January window. Matt pipped Lawrence at £44.6m, smashing his own transfer record.
Scott would go on to be the second manager to secure a domestic treble with a 2:0 win against Wheelers in the SFP Cup, and a 45:6 win against Ross Peggs in the 7ASide Cup.
Scott was fully focused on the next campaign:
Munsen FC will be making a fresh start next season as current Assist.Manager, Robert 'Bubba' Dale is leaving the club on a years crusade in Atlanta, United States (For real, his uni course means he is in the US for a year so gonna have to go just for next year). He shall be returning to the club for the 2006/2007 season and may play some part next season.
It is also understood that First Team Coach, Adam Pritchard is trying to resurrect his career as a manager in his own right and thus will leave for a clean start. There are question marks over his ability although he is undoubtedly a first class coach. Some believe he is just walking down the Brian Kidd path towards failure. Munsen would like to thank him for his efforts in the 2004/2005 season and believe that his help was influential to making the side into treble winners.
Treble winning manager, Scott Pritchard has therefore moved quickly to employ, Raymond Davis as his new 'number 2'. Davis has been courted by numerous SFP clubs as a result of his great work for VGFP side, 'Top Bananas'. Pritchard is a personal friend of Davis' and believes such an acquisition will lead to more success.