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Hey everyone! My name is Sam and I've started a Football Manager YouTube channel called LinnetFM in recent months. I've been logging my progress on FM19 with a challenge entitled... Non-League To Premier League. As you can guess from the title, the point of the challenge is to take a team from the lowest playable league without touching the editor so National League North or South to the Premier League. For this challenge I've chosen Boston United as Boston as a town has a close affiliation to me and my family and as a kid I visited York Street quite a few times to watch games. As I write this post I am already 14 episodes into the series itself. Please check out the playlist link below and have a watch of the series. Would love it if you dropped comments on the videos as I'm still learning being a content creator and want to improve to produce as good a content as I possibly can. I post 3 videos a week, I post on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 5pm EVERY WEEK. Thank you for letting me waffle on! Hope to hear from you over on the channel. I will now keep the series updated on here and post the latest videos so you don't have to miss anything. Thanks everyone! Sam (LinnetFM) Channel - LinnetFM Playlist Link -
Boston United, once of the Football League, but were demoted 2 divisions as a result of unpaid tax. The following season they were placed into administration, leading to relegation to the Northern Premier League. In 2009 they won promotion back to the Conference North where they currently remain as one of the "It will be our year next year teams." The Challenge With all senior players not brought through the Boston United Academy sold or released in pre-season, Boston United will now become a youth only team. The aim, to survive the first season, upgrade facilities and move slowly up the English League. Starting off with no coaching badges and sunday league reputation, the new manager Charles Benjamin will have his work cut out for him. A local lad, given the helm to guide the Pilgrims back to the promise land. Boston United The Team Well, it looks good on paper with lots of stars but that's more down to the standard of players (or lack of), but we have some promising players to build the future around. Re-training of positions will be key and waiting for the next youth intake to come in gain some depth. It's going to be a hard slog this year.