It’s absolutely crazy to think that the Football Manager franchise
has been around, at least in some form or fashion, as far back as 1992.
Back then known as Championship Manager and initially made
up of completely made-up footballers, the game has gone on to achieve continued
greatness and jaw-dropping sales with each passing entry in the franchise. Of
course, a key part of FM’s unfaltering popularity is the fact that developer Sports
Interactive has constantly looked at ways to tweak each and every addition to
By this point, the powers-that-be have managed to make the
most all-encompassing football management game that we’ve ever seen. Yet that
doesn’t mean that there aren’t a few edits and additions that FM still needs to
make in order to become even greater.
With Football Manager 2020 currently expected to arrive at
some point this November, now seems like the perfect time to weigh up what
changes need to be implemented in this next offering. So let’s take a break
from the football gossip pages, Women’s World Cup, and Copa America, and see
what could hopefully be on the way in FM 2020.