Who to Manage in FM18 | Southern Europe | Football Manager 2018

In this Football Manager 2018 series the aim is to provide some inspiration for you to decide which club you will manage in game. We will hopefully put forward a larger selection of teams from some of the more popular regions and countries in the game. Continue reading

The Celta Vigo Years | VivaGlobetrotting | Football Manager Stories

Alejandro Hurtado joined Celta Vigo after leaving Chicago Fire in 2031. At that time Hurtado believed joining Vigo was the best step towards managing his favoured club Sevilla. But what happened over the next eight years led to a Champions League title push with Vigo as thoughts of managing Sevilla left the Chilean managers mind. Continue reading

The Finale | Celta Vigo #15 | Football Manager Stories

The finale of VivaGlobetrotting has arrived. After more than twenty in game years and EIGHT real life months we have approached the end of my favourite save ever on Football Manager. Continue reading

Year 2 | Celta Vigo #14 | Football Manager Stories

Just the one season remains for Alejandro Hurtado at Celta Vigo as we complete the second year of the three year plan to win the Champions League. Continue reading

Year 1 | Celta Vigo #13 | Football Manager Stories

Alejandro Hurtado’s time as Celta Vigo is nearing the end. In our previous post we detailed a three year plan on how we are going to win the Champions League. Continue reading

Three Year Plan | VivaGlobetrotting | Football Manager Stories

Today marks the beginning of the end for our VivaGlobetrotting series. As you may have seen in the previous post, Federico Hurtado, son of Alejandro, has begun his managerial career. We will begin to follow his career as he tries to emulate his father’s achievements. Continue reading

Federico Hurtado | VivaGlobetrotting | Football Manager Stories

Back in Alejandro Hurtado’s playing days he was often regarded as one of the finest midfield playmakers that Chile had produced. His high vision meant he could thread a through ball to split open defences, often creating several chances per game. He could dictate the play and determine the way a match was being played. Continue reading