A Legend in His Own Mind: Mistakes Happen

This is a part of my 'A Legend in His Own Mind' Series, you can find the collection here. You can follow me on Twitter or Instagram and if you are a part of the FM Slack you can find my channel #braziers-cambridge. A hot-button issue in the FM community will always be players making …

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A Legend in His Own Mind: Play-Off Pressure

6 Years. 6 Years. We've been in the Championship for 6 years. My first 2 years gave me 2 promotions but since then we've been working on the long con trying to build up the club as a whole from players to facilities. We've made it to the Play-Offs before but we choked at the …

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A Legend in his Own Mind: The 3 Musketeers

When you play long term saves in FM you find you become attached to certain players. You sign them, train them and when they reward you with great performances, that feeling is, by far, the most rewarding part of the FM experience. Now certain teams do this more than others, my Cheltenham side from FM15 …

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A Legend in His Own Mind: Let’s Catch Up

A lot has happened since my last update. My original plan was to post 5 updates a season. One for the modern transfer window, one for the first half of the season for modern day and one for Premier Manager ‘96 and then the same for the end of the season. This has obviously stopped …

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A Legend in His Own Mind: The Attempted Bottle-Job

If a tree falls and no-one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? If a man weeps as his promising team thrown away point after point but no-one is there, does he make a sound? This was my position as my Cambridge United team seemed intent on staying in League 2, giving …

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