It has been a while. I’ve had several colds, piles of work, and zero fish and chips. It’s a hard life. As is life in the Champinship. We’re going to cover our first season in the Championship below, but feel free to catch up with any past posts about the Seadogs and Stats. Background Longball and DNA Season One Summary […]Read more
Posts that cover the idea of DNA (fibra etc.). The attributes that are key for your particular tactic and playing style in FM20 and beyond.
Although we are in 2028 I’m pretty sure Big Sam is still alive and kicking. Though probably retired. So whilst his actual ghost is not haunting the Flamingo Land Stadium the general spirit and ethos of Big Sam is. It’s our first season in the Championship and we are in real danger of just going back down. We spend £3.6m […]Read more
Welcome back to Scarborough for our third season summary, and our very first in the Vanarama National. It’s always difficult to know what to expect after promotion, especially when it’s a little ahead of schedule. But we had pleased the Seagull God with the progress made, even if this season turned into a slog. Recruitment Summary With a promotion comes […]Read more
Dafuge and Data, that’s the plan. You might have seen me mention it on twitter or when I was kindly allowed onto GrassNGear with my doppelganger. I’ll be taking over a team as per the rules of the famous Dafuge’s challenge in FM21 and attempting to lead them to glory. But I’ll be using the power of data and statistics […]Read more
When people talk about great teams or memorable teams they are often referring to teams with a very clear identity, a DNA that runs through them. It’s such an important part of club and team identity that this idea of a club vision or ethos has made its way into FM20. Certain teams are now categorised by their desire to […]Read more
I’ve already covered with the By the Numbers post and series that I’m a bit of a nerd. I love statistics and use them in my real job fairly frequently. I’ve generally extended that to Football Manager as well. It’s not simply because I love a good spreadsheet though. Whether we realise it or not our lives are pretty much […]Read more
I was looking for something different to do with my FM20 beta save whilst I waited for my Tahiti database. I needed some time to prepare Tahiti but I wanted to to be playing and recording in the meantime. So I went back to my statistics routes. I had put together a mini-series on using stats in FM19, and thought […]Read more