Time from the time I like to reset all my set piece routines in the save. And it doesn't matter if routines are successful or not but, of course, when routines are useless it's easier to delete them. I usually have at least one routine for corners, free kicks and throw-ins successful and I should … Continue reading FM19 | Set pieces from a clean slate
Same as in the previous versions of the Football Manager, set pieces are a really important part of my save(s). I know, set pieces were overpowered at the beginning of the FM19 and it was really easy to score. Mainly from corners and free kicks. My usual aim is to create some throw-in routine I … Continue reading FM19 | My favourite Throw-In routine
The fourth season with CD Magallanes in Chile came to an end. And it was ridiculously successful. If you remember the last post about the first three years you will know I was worried due to a big overachievement in this save. We moved to the top tier straight in the first season, we won … Continue reading FM19 | Magallanes Season four | When you want to lose…
It's been three years already since I started the FM19 save in Chile with Magallanes. And it's clear the beginning of this save was unexpecting. We overachieved massively during the first three years, we won the promotion and we already won the domestic cup trophy and Chilean top tier too. It was too fast… The … Continue reading FM19 | Three years of overachieving in Chile
When I shared the picture of the random friendly match from the save in the FMSlack some time ago I didn't expect it could lead to the blog post. It was a typical friendly match during the summer pre-season within my save in Chille with SD Magallanes and we played against 14th placed team from … Continue reading FM19 | Red card? No problem!