FM Experiment | Old Firm In England | Episode 1: Welcome To Celtic

In addition to our ongoing blog content, we decided it was time to head back to the YouTube and try our hand at a bit of video content. To do that, we’re reviving our Old Firm In England experiment series, but this time we’ll be taking control.

As a bit of context, our FM Experiments placed Celtic and Rangers into the English football system. The first experiment saw them head in at Premier League level, and the second saw them join English football in non-league (which ran through to 2054!). Both ended up with Celtic in the Premier League and probably slightly outperforming Rangers. But Rangers were the only team to win a trophy, as they lifted the FA Cup.

So this time, we thought we’d take control of Celtic and see if we could do any better. The new series is live right now on YouTube! You can watch in the stream below, or go and watch on YouTube.

Let us know your thoughts on the series and, just in case anyone thinks otherwise, we have no bias towards Celtic or Rangers. I just felt like managing Celtic in this first experiment!

We’ll hopefully have more YouTube content coming soon, so if there’s any clubs, saves, experiments or other video ideas you’d like to see us tackle, just let us know!

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