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About sherm

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  • Biography
    Born and raised in Manchester, support the Blue half of the City. Currently residing in Manchester, but frequently visit Sheffield

About Me

  • About Me
    In Pep we Trust...

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  • Interests
    Music, Sun, Beer and Work - the life of a single man!

Favourite Team

  • Favourite Team
    Manchester City

Currently Managing

  • Currently Managing
    Margate/Barry Town (CM 01/02), Wolves (FM 19)

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  1. Mali. Interesting. I'll be following this with intrigue having never managed an African National Team
  2. Yeah you can download it for free (I used the FM scout website) but you then have to download a program (the name escapes me) that's creates a virtual hard drive on your system that allows you to play it - possibly virtual iso, something like that? If you go into FM scout and get the link it gives you full instructions. Took me about 10 minutes with my friends help on a video call Not sure if there's other available versions though
  3. Yeah my friend pointed me in their direction for the patches. He said he always used 3.9.68 because of the super Greeks but I was always an ODB kinda guy I still remember some of the players from that game too. Cherno Samba of course, Mark Kerr was a must for any midfield (and ideal on a Lisbon lions save) and Ibrahim Said were three particular favourite players of mine I also loved finding hidden gems. I remember signing a young Mike Williamson from Torquay before he was of Newcastle Fame and he was a brilliant defender for me!
  4. Maybe I'll give it a go, thanks for that I'm currently happy to have 01/02 available though, and I'm sure there's hours of fun to be had with it. Just a shame I can't get old games back on there One of my favorite ever games was a 20+ year game on 01/02, started with Boston United, ended up with Newcastle and then England. Cherno Samba was still knocking around at 36 or so aswell at that point. Fun times
  5. I was always a fan of FM07, and 05 too. Apparently though they don't work on modern laptops!? Something to do with windows 10 I believe? I've earmarked a Lisbon lions challenge for 01/02 (always a favourite of mine) and one called 'When in Rome' that has been recommended to me that sounded interesting. And, as always, a lower league save. Carlisle were always a favourite team to play with on 01/02 with a young core of Johnny Allan, Mike Jack and John Hore to build around if I remember rightly, but it was tough the first couple of years
  6. Evening to all FMSers. Hope you're all keeping well in these testing times? I haven't been around much lately due to a number of issues, mainly having very little time on my hands, a dodgy laptop and some family troubles, but having just received purchase of a new laptop, I thought I'd pop my head in the door Interesting little anecdote I thought you'd all find amusing too. So I'm a little bit basic when it comes to computers, and can use them for the most basic of things. Having mentioned this to a friend of mine who works in IT, and in passing mention I had lost my long term FM2020
  7. 😁😁😁😁 To be fair to the lad, 124 games and 82 goals. Can't complain with that - still only 21. I had planned to maybe start a new job search but this kid and a rather promising Gibraltar midfield Regen who's 17 have made me stick around!
  8. Also this guy - signed him from Roma for 25 million, which is normally more than I would pay for someone at 18 but he fits my system and looks pretty damn good. Scouts said sign whatever the cost so he came in
  9. Just a quick one - I always try and invest in youth in my long term saves, and I think I may have just found my favourite ever newgen/Regen ever. I'm West Ham, and this lad came through my youth intake in the first season..scouts rated him highly so I kept my eye on him. First season he played five cup games and five league games towards the end of the season, scored seven. Then he spent the next two years out on loan - he's now a regular in my side and has just won this seasons player of the year. Reminds me of Jermain Defoe Without doubt the best Regen I've ever had on any game, certain
  10. This lad came through my youth intake first season, with training and match experience he's a regular for me now. Fits the English quota too and scores in all the big games. Definitely my favorite Regen I've ever had
  11. Just caught up with this, having somehow missed it previously. Brilliant stuff, gripping from the start Fantastic read 👍
  12. sherm

    New Mod

    Congrats Neil..I'm sure you'll be a credit to the position and you are a valued member of the FMS community Best of luck in the new role!
  13. Love this start. The last dance was a great watch and sb nation is a massive part of my YouTube watching as I live basketball and they have some great videos Looking forward to the rest of this story
  14. One of my favourite ever manager games was premier manager 98 on the PlayStation. It was fun and easy to play and you used to be able to offer house and car on a contract to get a player. LMA manager 2001 was and always will be the greatest though. It was fantastic and endless summers were spent between mine and my friends houses playing it I never played euro league football ( in fact never heard of it) but I hope you have fun playing your retro games
  15. Mendy had trained like a Trojan the next few days, so much so that he started on the left hand side for the visit of Derby. They used thee flanks well, both Mendy and Oriol flying down and whipping crosses in, and it was one of these crosses that led to the opening goal, Edu Oriol slicing a deep cross. However it lifted over the ‘keeper, landing into the far corner of the net. The Spaniard stood with his arms outstretched, laughing to himself, but whether he meant it or not, the score was still 1-0. They managed to hang on to thee lead until the 78th minute, but Jacob Mellis missed a glorious
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