Vélez Sarsfield quickly progressed to the second tier of the new-look European Super League as we dominated the Rest of the World Africa division led by the talents of striker Endrick.
The other day I was casually scrolling through The Guardian's excellent interactive transfer feature and noticed plenty of transfers I didn't know about and could affect our enjoyment of FM23.
Newcastle United became Champions of England for the first time after blowing more than £1 billion in four years to bring in some of the world's best young talent. And director of football Alan Shearer had even more money available to tweak the squad in a bid to defend that maiden title.
Despite spending £469 million in two years and a bright start to the second season, Newcastle United 'only' finished sixth in 2022/23.
Consecutive draws with Juve and Inter had AC Milan sitting a healthy 14 points clear at the top of Serie A, still unbeaten and with a game in hand. But a surprising progression to the Champions League semi-finals meant we had 12 games in 43 days to conclude the season.
Having made a flying start to our Serie A title defence, it was interrupted by a mid-season break while players went off to the Winter World Cup in Qatar.
AC Milan wrapped up the Serie A title after a tense title battle with perennial Italian champions Juventus. And things were about to get much more exciting for the Milanese.
After seven seasons in Aswijan, we'd just led Khaliza Unidi to a third successive Liga Regale title and become the fictional nation's first Champions of Europe.
Khaliza Unidi were once again running riot in Aswijan, leading Liga Regale and still undefeated heading into 2026 inspired largely by the brilliance of midfield prodigy Ulrich Awono.