Ten Year Update | SurpassingPep #4 | Football Manager Experiments

SurpassingPep is a Football Manager 2018 series where I have added 24 managers into an FM18 save and simulated to see the results. In this post, we see where our high-potential managers are ten years into their careers. If you missed the last post, we saw a couple of our managers finally reach the English Premier League. Continue reading

The Bromma Boys #9 | 2020 Season Summary | An FM18 Story

Hi! MikaelinhoFM here with the ninth episode of my first ever FM18 blog “The Bromma Boys” about Swedish talent factory Brommapojkarna. If you missed last seasons’ updates, do go back and read them through the links below. Continue reading

Quest for Domestic Dominance | Ostersund #9.1 | An FM18 Story

Oscar Friberg and Ostersunds FK have progressed and developed together over the last nine seasons and it’s fair to say that the progress is clear to see. In this season nine review post, we see whether Ostersund could retain their Swedish Allsvenskan title, a feat they were unable to do three years before. Continue reading

The Bromma Boys #8 | 2019 Academy Report | An FM18 Story

A couple of posts ago we introduced the thoughts behind our often used term ‘The Swedish Talent Factory’. Here we spoke about how we develop our players in order for them to develop into players that suit our BP style. To go back and read this post, follow this link: BP Talent Factory. Continue reading

Our Best Season Yet | Ostersund #8 | An FM18 Story

Oscar Friberg has enjoyed eight seasons with Ostersund and has enjoyed many successes along the way. His side first won the Allsvenskan in 2021 and went on to claim their second Swedish Cup (and first under Friberg) in 2023. Ostersund have also made great strides in European football, reaching multiple Europa League knockout stages. Continue reading

HNK Hajduk Split | FM18 Club Guide

HNK Hajduk Split (Hrvatski Nogometni Klub Hajduk Split) or Hajduk Split as most people call them are a Croatian football team based in Split and founded in 1911. Their home ground is a 35,000 seater stadium called Stadion Poljud and their traditional home colours are white shirts with blue shorts and socks. Continue reading

The Bromma Boys #7 | 2019 Season Summary | An FM18 Story

Hi! MikaelinhoFM here with the seventh episode of my first ever FM18 blog “The Bromma Boys” about Swedish talent factory Brommapojkarna. I actually wrote a post about why I use the term ‘Talent Factory’ – you can check it out here: BP Talent Factory. Continue reading