Our previous Football Manager Experiments focused on World Cup 2022 saw England perform pretty well, so we thought it would be fun to take on the challenge ourselves. Can we lead England to success at Qatar 2022?
Excitement is slowly beginning to build as, strange as it seems, we're under a month away from the start of the first-ever World Cup to take place in the middle of the European football season.
With Euro 2020 finally kicking off today, I ran an experiment to see how Football Manager 2021 sees the tournament playing out. To warn you, there are some pretty drastic results...
After 15 years in-game at Bolton Wanderers, I thought it'd be good to reflect on our time at the club and have a look around the world of football in 2035. So read on for our best players, competition histories, manager updates, and the best regens in the world!
After spells leading the United States of America and Denmark, my international management expertise has clearly done me wonders as my home country of England came calling after Euro 2032.
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.
The United States of America were heading to World Cup 2030 having cruised into the Finals by dismissing the soccer powerhouses of Panama, Dominican Republic and Curacao.
After two successive titles, Valencia CF had suffered a shocking blip in form at the start of the 2029/30 La Liga campaign - even dropping to one place outside the relegation zone!
Valencia CF had just secured back-to-back titles in emphatic style, undefeated and racking up 102 points. We backed that up by completing the double-double, also winning the Copa del Rey for the second successive season.