Southampton: 2026 – Retirement | The Academies | Football Manager 2017

Hello and welcome to the final instalment with Southampton in The Academies. Back in Part 1 we saw that four of our seven players had already retired by 2026. Let’s get straight into this and see how our remaining three players progressed in the game. Continue reading

Boca Juniors FM17 Club Guide | Be Someone New

Boca Juniors are considered to be one of South American football’s greatest clubs. The Argentine club, based in Buenos Aires, are well-known for having won many top division titles as well as numerous international / continental titles. Continue reading

So Many Wonderkids | Celta Vigo #11 | Football Manager Stories

Alejandro Hurtado has finally made things work with Celta Vigo. His side have returned to European football as they fought their way to 5th place in the 2033/34 season and will look to build on this over the coming season. Continue reading

Southampton 2016-26 | The Academies | Football Manager 2017

Southampton Football Club are well-known in England for having a great youth setup, consistently producing youngsters with potential to go far in world football. Continue reading

Patience, Perseverance, Success | Celta Vigo #10 | Football Manager Stories

In the last instalment of VivaGlobetrotting, Alejandro Hurtado had attended a job interview from Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur. Despite not getting the job, Hurtado believed that it could be time to move on from Celta Vigo. Continue reading

AFC Ajax: Retirement | The Academies | Football Manager 2017

Hello and welcome to the third and final part of our Ajax Academy series in ‘The Academies’. If you missed either of the previous parts, give them a read now by clicking the links below. Continue reading

Time To Move On? | Celta Vigo #9 | Football Manager Stories

After just two full seasons with Celta Vigo, Alejandro Hurtado is beginning to think that the club are not improving under his leadership. Could it be time to move on from the Galician club? Continue reading