Football Manager 2023 is coming later this year.
The game follows an annual release schedule so the game is almost certain to be coming out later this year.
As a result, we’ve taken a look at some of the best long-term saves you can dive into in FM23.
These include globe-trotting escapades, one-club saves, and pretty much everything in between.
Take a look at them below but be warned: These may steal months of your time.
Five of the best long-term saves in FM23
The Pentagon Challenge
The aim of this is devilishly simple.
The objective in the Pentagon Challenge is to win the Champions League title in every playable continent in the game.
You’ll need to start unemployed with the Sunday League experience and this is where you’ll need to be clever.
Starting in Europe makes little sense, because you’ll be managing in the lower leagues for years, so are you best off starting in Asia or Africa and aiming to make a dent in the objectives?
Then where do you go? Should you do Europe last?
It’s all up to you.
Be wary that you’ll need to load up plenty of leagues for this challenge so you’ll need a top-of-the-range PC.
Dethroning the kings
This is another one that isn’t built around a particular club but it is built around the idea of taking on a Monopoly.
You’re looking for a league where only one club is winning the top-flight title – Germany is one such example, with Bayern Munich – and you need to dive into the lowest possible league in the country.
Then you’ll have to take that club to the Bundesliga title, and dominate in a similar vein. It’s not an easy one, this.
This one is a proper one-club challenge.
Start with zero coaching badges and Sunday League experience. Start in the lowest tier of the country you want to manage in. Most players who take this challenge on add additional leagues by using the Steam Workshop.
You need to take the club you begin with to both their top league title and the continental competition. If you’re in England, you need to win the Premier League and the Champions League.
You can only sign players if the club can scout them, or if they can be invited for a trial. Managers need to stay with one club but if you’re sacked – at any level – you must go back to the lowest possible league and start again.
Jose Mourinho challenge
This is a great one.
Basically, you’re following in the Special One’s footsteps and the guidelines are as follows.
You can start wherever you want – the most realistic starting point is FC Porto – but you need to be one of the three best teams in the top-flight for goals conceded in each season.
You also need to win the Champions League with two separate clubs from different countries.
You also need to win domestic titles in four of Europe’s major leagues: England, Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Portugal, Holland.
Never stay with a club for more than three seasons.
Pick an area and win the league in each country within that area. It could be South America, North America, or you could pick the UK.
Doing the latter means you’d need to start in the league with the lowest reputation in the area, and work from there.
In the UK, you’d need to win the title in Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland, and England, in that order.
This one is more time-consuming than it looks from the outside, especially as success in the other three nations is no guarantee of a top job in England.
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