The Laughing Man | The Swedish Mafia #4 | An FM18 Story

In the last episode Hansa Rostock managed to reach promotion to the 2. Bundesliga in Marcus Allbäck’s first season at the helm. If you want to catch up on the previous part before moving on to this one, follow this link! Continue reading

A Rocky Start | The Swedish Mafia #2 | An FM18 Story

Introduction

“Schneller, schneller! Faster, faster!”

Manager Marcus Allbäck went from talking to yelling. The training session was just 15 minutes old, but Allbäck was enduring yet another Hansa player who stopped chasing yet another slightly inaccurate pass. Allbäck turned to coach Rade Prica and switched from German to Swedish. Continue reading

A New Beginning | The Swedish Mafia #1 | An FM18 Story

In the last episode, Hansa Rostock owner Rolf Elgeti brought back “The Swedish Mafia” in an attempt to get Hansa Rostock back to the Bundesliga. You can go back and read this episode here: https://vivalavidafm.com/2018/08/29/swedish-mafia-0-introduction/ Continue reading

Introduction | The Swedish Mafia #0 | An FM18 Story

Welcome to a new Football Manager 2018 story written by @MikaelinhoFM (you can find him on Twitter by clicking the link). Mikael has proved to be an excellent storyteller having already shared his previous FM18 save with Swedish club Brommapojkarna. I’m very excited to be able to share his new save here on my site. Enjoy! Continue reading

Jadon Sancho | 20 Years On | FM18 Wonderkids in Football Manager

Welcome to 20 Years On, a series here on VivaLaVidaFM where we take one of the games hottest prospects and see where they end up at the end of their career in Football Manager. In this post, we see where Dortmund and English youngster Jadon Sancho could end up in 20 years time. Continue reading

Leon Bailey | 20 Years On | FM18 Wonderkids in Football Manager

Welcome to 20 Years On, a series here on VivaLaVidaFM where we take one of the games hottest prospects and see where they end up at the end of their career in Football Manager. In this post, we see where Bayer Leverkusen youngster Leon Bailey could end up in 20 years time. Continue reading