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.
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.
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...
With Euro 2020 less than a week away, I thought it'd be prudent to have a look at current in-game wonderkids who could be set to make their mark on the international game this summer
English football has long-maligned players that ply their trade abroad. For whatever reason, we're more than happy for leading players from other countries to come to the Premier League, but if our players do the reverse then they're immediately treated with scepticism.
World Champions England had made their way to the European Championships of 2036 in fine style, again winning every game during qualification.
World Champions England. Those are three words you'll never tire of reading and we'd just achieved that feat for the second time in English football history at South Korea 2034.
Excitement was high all across England as the 2034 World Cup was upon us. I think we have a massive chance of a first World Cup win since 1966 and firmly believe we have the best team at the tournament.