Scout Centre: Patrik Schick

NAME: PATRIK SCHICK POSITION: STRIKER AGE: 21 FOOT: LEFT CLUB: SAMPDORIA NATIONALITY: CZECH REPUBLIC CURRENT ABLIITY: ★★★ POTENTIAL ABILITY: ★★★★ The athletic Czech striker has made quiet the impact in Serie A since joining Sampdoria last summer. The 21-year-old has scored 9 goals in 26 appearances this season – mainly as a substitute, but his hard graft and work ethic have endeared him to the … Continue reading Scout Centre: Patrik Schick

30 in FM: 2017/18 – part 2. The season begins…

The hype for matchday one of the 2017/18 season is at fever pitch heading into August. Matchday 1 provides 23 goals and 4 red cards – with the pick of the games at Goodison park, where Burnley turn over Everton 2-0, Vincent Janssen grabbing a goal on his debut. Ryan Giggs’ Nottingham Forrest play out a lively 0-0 draw with Norwich – two red cards … Continue reading 30 in FM: 2017/18 – part 2. The season begins…

QUIZ: Can you name every Brazilian to play in the Premier League?

Brazil’s victory over Paraguay last night meant that the Selecao have become the first team to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia next year. We thought it only fitting to test your knowledge of Brazilian footballers, more specifically, those who have played in the Premier League. Many have graced the league with their dazzling skills and their samba style, whilst others have come … Continue reading QUIZ: Can you name every Brazilian to play in the Premier League?

30 years in Football Manager: 2017/18- The future is now.

Year 1 – The future is now. 2017/2018 A relatively slow start to the new campaign, as it takes a few taps of the continue button before any worthwhile news pops up. John John is named as the manager of Trinidad & Tobago. Ok, so this might not be worthwhile news but John John? That’s hilarious. Curtis Davies returns to Hull with a new-found sense … Continue reading 30 years in Football Manager: 2017/18- The future is now.

30 years in Football Manager: Year 0, part 2

    2nd half of the season The Ballon D’or winner is announced – with Neymar breaking Messi and Ronaldo’s hold on the trophy to claim the prize. The Premier League see’s a flurry of winter signings, the biggest of which Iñaki Williams – who joins Spurs for a whopping £43m. Other notable transfers include; Cancelo’s £22m move to Manchester City, Nainggolan’s £35m transfer to … Continue reading 30 years in Football Manager: Year 0, part 2