There will be time (I’m sure) to discuss what Emmanuel Emenike was actually like as a physical specimen in real life … but for now, let’s stick to FIFA 13. … Continue Reading Emmanuel Emenike: KSI’s FIFA 13 ‘Race to Division One’ Big Attraction!
Listen, some of us like playing with the ball at our feet, and this guy likes playing with it on his head … don’t you judge him! As any Football … Continue Reading Kerlon: Football Manager’s Special Seal-Dribbler! (2007)
I don’t know about you, but I’m one of those people that can watch and re-watch a good YouTube series more times than I can count. And I ain’t changing … Continue Reading The Harsh Real-Life Hammers Career of ‘The Zarate Kid’
You ever heard of the name ‘Freddy Adu’ before, well if you have, then you’re either a die-hard MLS fan, or Football Manager veteran. Responsible for unearthing multiple starlets like … Continue Reading Freddy Adu: The Original MLS & Football Manager ‘Wonderkid’ (2006/07)
I mean technically speaking, it is still uber successful in the gaming community, but as far as PR goes, they really stiffed themselves on this one Over time, the boffins … Continue Reading When FIFA Destroyed Ultimate Team w/ ‘Price Ranges’ in 2015
If your immediate thought wasn’t to hope on the Transfer Market and search for a transfer listed striker, then what game did you even play? As reality would have it, … Continue Reading Agustín Delgado: The Ultimate Cheap Striker of FM ’07
Having a good left-back or left-winger is one thing. It’s a total other thing to have one person be equally as good in both! When thinking about Football Manager patrons, … Continue Reading Andrés Guardado: The Answer to your ‘Leftie’ FM ’07 Prayers!
In our first article on the 2008 edition of this great game, where better to start than with the bargain transfer option of Pablo Piatti? It’s a situation that we … Continue Reading Pablo Piatti: The Creative Bargain of Football Manager 2008!
Sometimes you need that kind of ‘utility player‘ to provide your squad with the cover it needs to sustain its talent. And Anthony Vanden Borre is a case which blows … Continue Reading Anthony Vanden Borre: FM’s King of Versatility (2007)
I guess you can call me a ‘simple man’ by saying this, but I think that Shoot Out cards were better than their more modern alternatives. By ‘modern alternatives‘, I’m … Continue Reading The Innocent Beauty of Topps: ‘Shoot Out’ Cards (2004-07)