Category Archives: Team Management

ScoreMore´s POM (4)

It is time for the fourth edition of ScoreMore´s POM, where I present you with some of the best Football Manager-related posts I read in the last couple of weeks. A Football Manager save story based in Germany, another one in England, some tactics and more. All for you to discover here. Enjoy and stay safe.
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What Makes You Tick?

Part 1 – Getting to know the team

It´s officially my first day on the job. I had planned out my vision for the team. I had watched hours upon hours of videos from Toulouse´s previous season to have a better idea of what I should find waiting for me. Nothing is like the first training sessions to get a better idea though. To get a better idea of the team and how the dynamics work, I followed Ancelotti´s example. In the beginning, the maestro stays in the background, doing nothing but observing. (You can learn more from him in his book Quiet Leadership, among others.)

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Team Management Through Spreadsheets (2) – The 4 WHOs

So many Football Manager spreadsheets, but what if there was one to rule them all? Here is mine (you can even download it). It is not the only one I use, but in this article, I will explain how it works and why it can rule them all.

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S1.3 – How to Revive a Fallen Giant

My previous posts saw us at the end of the first day on the job where I made a brief squad and finances evaluation but quite some work on improving the  backroom staff quality.  Today will see us start the update with the transfer market, but first, my goals for this job.  Also, due to the fact that my blog updates are quite a bit behind my actual save I decided to cover quite some ground here. Continue reading S1.3 – How to Revive a Fallen Giant

Team management Through Spreadsheets (1)

Do you use a notebook (or even sheets of paper) to plan your team or tactics for Football Manager?  I used to do that myself (and it was really useful as you will see) but now I mostly use the game and spreadsheets.  This is why and how… Continue reading Team management Through Spreadsheets (1)