It’s time to pay France a visit, keep things French and restore some form of glory to a once mighty Auxerre.
Recently relegation to the Spanish Segunda Division B1, can Deportivo claw their way back to the upper echelons of Spanish club football?
It’s the 2022 FIFA World Cup in full as Germany head to Qatar hoping to wrestle the Jules Rimet trophy away from France.
In this edition of the podcast we’re working through the first full month of life in the championship with Leicester and Wolves.
It’s the first day on the job at Kilkenny City for their return to Football Manager 2021.
There’s double cup action in this week’s podcast and River are riding high as temperatures flare at Boca.
A look at how I’ve set up my Kilkenny City save in Football Manager 2021.
Kilkenny City are back in the big leagues, or at least the League of Ireland First Division. The journey begins in January 2021.
If you’re putting your own club into Football Manager, you best be sure you have your own kits – introducing the Kilkenny 2021 home and away kits.
With 2021 open for business, it’s time to get stuck into Football Manager 2021 beyond the point of research for this time out I’m going back to a save I attempted in FM19, restoring Kilkenny City to League of Ireland status. I say ‘attempted’ as it lasted all of about eight league games before the computer packed in, everything else took over and Kilkenny were relegated back to the annals of Irish football folklore. Not…
You know those saves you start where you feel you owe the team to continue? Yeah, it’s like that with Pisa in Football Manager 2020.
The one where I recap finishing my first season with Pisa as Serie B champions for 2019/20. #FM20
It’s time to draw things to a close with Pisa after an incredibly slow, stop-start season.
Football Manager has found a new home on Epic Games and to celebrate, it’s free until 24 September.
With the winter break on the way, Pisa have gone 6 games unbeaten under this manager.
Note: this blog post was originally published on a different blog back in January 2020. Between a new baby arriving home and a pandemic shutting down the world, it’s been a while since I’ve been in the virtual dressing room at the Arena Garibaldi. But I’m back. My Italian might be a little rusty, so Pisa fans will have to forgive me, but I’ve landed in Serie B. After a few months on the sidelines…