The plan with Sunderland was to take them to the Premier League and to establish them as a top tier team. The steps were very simple:
- Get out of League 1
- Whilst in League 1 use the opportunity to develop young talent, by giving them first team football.
- Use the big transfer budget to sign as many young players as possible – they were going to form the backbone of the club finances and playing side for years to come.
As plans go, those three steps were very simple and I certainly made good progress on the second two points. Continue reading “FM19 – SAFC Save: That Didn’t Exactly Go To Plan”
Initial Squad Thoughts
It’s hard to tell at the moment. We have eight injured players and one on holiday, leaving us with a bench of five central mid-fielders, a goalkeeper and a central defender. Which doesn’t give much scope for evaluating the first team squad during the friendlies. Continue reading “FM19 – SAFC Save: Mid Pre-Season”
It’s a dry subject and not a particularly exciting one to start the save story with, but the finances at Sunderland are a little unique.
I’m playing the game much slower in this version of Football Manager, so actual save updates are a little limited at the moment. However, for the first time in a long time the Under 23’s friendly match has highlighted a couple of things I want to touch on in this post. Continue reading “FM19 – SAFC Save Show Me The Money”
In this episode…
We’re discussing the main changes the new Football Manager release (FM19) has brought to the way we play the game. Continue reading “FM19 Changed Our Playing Style – WFO1”
With all the excitement of a new version of Football Manager, I decided to dust off the old Wheel Fell Off blog and give content creation another go.
For my first save, in this release, I decided to go with a team I haven’t manager since FM17. That team being Sunderland. Continue reading “FM19 – SAFC Save Introduction”