PCT cannot work with primary hypogonadism. If levels are decent, with 'replacement' doses of hCG, proceed, other wise stop and do TRT.
Cannot work if the top end of the HPTA is broken. If T levels are good with a SERM, proceed, otherwise stop and do TRT.
Your libido can be a guide. If E2 is elevated, libido my be low, that is the reason for active E2 management, tested E2 would be valuable. Applies to hCG and SERMs.
Do not take high hCG doses as this may degrade your LH receptors and you cannot have a good landing from PCT on to buggered up LH receptor.
hCG needs to be taken for quite a while to allow for recovery and tissue changes. 8 doses is silly. However, a subsequent SERM, it if delivers good LH levels, will provide additional duration.
Do not take high dose SERMs as high LH levels can do the same as high levels of hCG.
Do not ever combine hCG and SERMs together.
High doses of hCG or LH levels that are high, will create high E2 generation inside the testes and anastrozole cannot control that source of E2 in your body. E2 levels can be unmanageable.
No need to combine SERMs.
Take anastrozole while on PCT and then land on 0.5mg/week, if you are a normal responder, and cruise on that to reduced the chances that estrogens will interfere with your HPTA switch over. Anastrozole dose on PCT depends on T levels.
The above is but a sketch.
I do not like the protocol from Scally. It is a stupid 'more is better' mentality that smells as bad as bro-science.
Nutrition needs to be right, and other aspects of vitality. Need supplements and EFAs. If blood work has other problems, those need to be resolved. Thyroid levels need to be right.