The winning streak begins now…they cruise up the table to an ultimate showdown with West Ham…win or lose something occurs that the dickbag owner sacks Nate…Ted is perceived a winner regardless and returns home to KC to his son…TBD on the wife…gets Nate his job with Ted making it happen.…Roy gets back with Keely…Jaime Tart becomes Richmond legend…Coach Beard goes on a spiritual journey ultimately ends at Bayern Munich as an advisor…Colin (the gay player comes out publicly...Rebecca keeps team and Higgins rises to GM and main advisor role while opening a Jazz bar in Shoreditch.…Final scene is with Ted coaching high school kids in KC.…this is all told via Ted Crimm narrating…his best selling book on the Richmond season has released.
That is pretty much exactly how this series should end, well done.
Agreed. Though I do think Rebecca lets the team go somehow to go live the modest life with boat guy.
Definitely, as @The General
pointed out, I think we will see: Ted back in the states and happy (though possibly as a single man), Nate coaching Richmond, Colin coming out as gay and being accepted, Richmond in the premier league final match (though they may lose), Tart as the star, and the series ending with a Trent Crim wry smile as he reads from his book that told this story.
ETA: Maybe Keely and her new lesbian lover/boss get the team and Higgins runs the day to day?