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Kind of reaching a crossroad in my career at the moment and looking for a bit of help.

Generally speaking I holiday for six months to get rid of the default start of game vacancies before applying for jobs in the lowest ranked leagues. So I did that and became manager at Stalybridge. I'm only a few seasons in but have done reasonably well. We're a football league team now for a start and are going upwards with little or no threat of dropping out of League Two.

However another job, further up the ladder has come up. Only in League 1 so just one level higher, but this is the dilemma.

In the past I've always built up my original club and stuck with them regardless if it's my choice (ie, not being sacked along the way lol). Call it comfort if you like. However I'm wondering if I should take a new job, a new challenge, or continue with my current one?

Help/advice appreciated :)

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I guess it all depends on how you want to play, if in the past you've done mostly one club saves like you say then maybe a journyman save would be good fun and something different for you to try.

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If you feel attached to Staylbridge I'd say no but if your not really compare squads, resources and facilities

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save then accept save with new name. That way you can do both,

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Unless the League One team is massively debt ridden I'd move on. You have so far managed something I have not managed in my Career game on FM13 and got an offer from a higher league.

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