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.
Sampdoria were performing well above expectations despite a massive overhaul of the playing squad in the summer of 2022. Moving into 2023, Blucerchiati sat second in Serie A as the league resumed following the silly Winter World Cup in Qatar.
With a fifth successive Primeira Liga title looking pretty in the trophy cabinet at Estadio José Alvalade Século XXI (catchy stadium name) it's time to look back on the campaign that marked half a decade with Sporting Lisbon.
Having won The Championship title at the first attempt with Leeds United plenty of rebuilding and strengthening was likely to be needed to compete at Premier League level. That began with offloading a whole host of players that weren't going to be up to the task beginning with Eunan O'Kane, who I'd really struggled to... Continue Reading →