Half a decade in and a lot has changed on the banks of the wear, with the riches of Hungary behind us, we have established ourselves in the premier league 4 seasons of top half football is what I’d like to think qualifies us for that. We’re a solid top half team now and I’d like to think we need to push up to move onto that next level of constant Europa league qualifiers and possible champion’s league qualifiers. The top 6 are only getting stronger players turn us down for the lack of champion’s league football, within a decade of football (so we’re half way there) the target is champions league football and try and establish ourselves as one of the big clubs.
Cleon has sent out a scout with a 20 judging blogger ability attribute and a 20 judging blogger potential attribute. The scout returns with the following report: Continue reading Showcase – FM Welt
Hello guys, I’m Kyle, also known as Keg Man Plays or Kegaldinho and I’m here today to tell you why you should come along and check out my videos on YouTube. So I’ve been casually playing management games for years. I think my first introduction to football management games was back in 1997 with Premier Manager 98 for Playstation 1 and ever since then… I’ve been enamoured. Continue reading Showcase – Keg Man Plays
A few months back I was reading an article titled ‘No Plan B’ and it was a great read, written by Peter Prickett who I interviewed on this blog recently. In the No Plan B article, Peter raises some good questions and gives examples of managers who are deemed to be classed as having no plan b and shows how they actually do have them. It’s just that we don’t always notice the changes as sometimes they are subtle little changes and other times, it might be a total change of shape which then is more noticeable. To give you a better idea of what I’m talking about, here is a link to his article that I’m talking about; Continue reading Plan A, B, C And Everything After