Our First Club | St Lucia to Real Madrid #4 | An FM18 Story

So, at the end of the previous post in the series, I talked about where our future should lie as we aim to reach Real Madrid. In this post, I reveal the first club of the save! We have left St Lucia to begin our journey up the club ladder towards the Spanish giants of Madrid. Continue reading

Gremio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense | FM18 Club Guide

Gremio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense, more commonly known as Gremio, are a Brazilian football club based in Rio Grande Do Sul in Porto Alegre which was one of the host cities in the 2014 Fifa World Cup. In this Football Manager 2018 post, I review the club and discuss several factors that might influence your save with them! 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

15 Years On | Alejandro Hurtado | Football Manager Stories

In the previous part of VivaGlobetrotting you will have found out that Alejandro Hurtado has left Chicago Fire in the MLS to join an unnamed Spanish La Liga team. Continue reading

MLS Adventure | Chicago Fire #1 | Football Manager Stories

At the end of the previous VivaGlobetrotting post we discussed how Alejandro Hurtado’s future at River Plate depended on the outcome of their Copa Libertadores campaign. Continue reading

Another Bottle | River Plate: Argentina #7 | Football Manager Stories

Back in May 2027, we had just bottled the Argentine Primera Division. In our final eight matches, we went on a three match winless streak that curtailed our chances of winning the league. Continue reading

Frustration | River Plate: Argentina #6 | Football Manager Stories

Alejandro Hurtado and his River Plate side are chasing the Argentine Primera Division. Last year, River Plate bottled the league and Hurtado was determined for this not to happen again. Continue reading