Happy new year folks, and welcome to the first interview of the new year. Now this guy may or may not be known to a lot of my UK followers, but he is without doubt one of the biggest influences in the European FM community. It’s a great place to go if you want a different view of FM, I thoroughly recommend it.
I first “met” Shewnaldo on Twitter when I suggested he checked out my book, “Johnny Cooper, Championship Manager: The Story of Mansfield Town FC 99/00 (according to Championship Manager)” I learned quickly that he wasn’t a fan of Twitter marketing, but his response did lead me to his blog, which I read and instantly connected with. Since then I have read each post he has written, and the quality of his writing quite frankly makes me jealous. I was a little nervous about approaching him to do this interview, fingers burned once and all that, so I was delighted when he said yes – and I hope you all enjoy learning more about the guy who writes one of the most viewed blogs in FM history.
Welcome back folks, another interview for you today – this time with one of the newer players on the block. I stumbled across FM Central when I was trawling YouTube trying to find as much of the FM community as possible. I found their weekly FM Show and was quite impressed, having dabbled in putting together weekly podcasts and videos on YouTube myself. Since then I have got to know Paul a bit, and we share quite a lot in common – both support crap football teams in the UK, both quit the UK for a better way of life and both enjoy finding really random sides far down the leagues and dream of taking them to glory before we get bored. Personally, I have started to spend too much time in their FB group and I think they have started one of the communities to be involved with. So, I was delighted when Paul took some time out of taking Magdeburg up the German leagues to answer a few questions….
Folks, welcome to my second “FM15 Legends Interview.” I am really proud to post this one, as this guy is someone I knew about from the my first time round playing FM, just before I had to go cold turkey. He is one of the most respected “experts” out there and posts some of the best pieces ever written on the game, in my opinion. So I was naturally delighted when he agreed to give up some time for me just before Christmas. Enjoy…
Guys, I am delighted to launch a new section of the blog today. Since starting to get into this whole blogging thing following the success of the “Johnny Cooper, Championship Manager” books I wrote I have wanted to learn more about the folks who are already leading the way in this field. For me, Guido is one of the reasons I wanted to give it a go. I find his articles and tactical creativity really interesting, and something that I am aspiring to. So, I was delighted when he agreed to answer a few questions!