Follow the Football Manager gaming blog as we attempt to take Plymouth Argyle from League One to the Premier League and beyond.
With the countdown now measured in hours, we’ve launched our 2021/22 League One season preview with reviews of 23 league opponents.
So here we are, play-off finals of the 2006/07 Championship season. These next few games will make or break the season.
9 games to book our place in the 2006/07 Championship Play-Offs for the prize of Premier League football. A pilgrimage into a new world for Argyle.
If you had told Carey in 2007 that he’d become a legend in green and white, I am sure he would be pretty excited for his Celtic career. Alas, he’s at Argyle
It’s not even December yet, but I feel like a whole season has gone by. We’ve definitely been treated to a season worth’s wonder goals.
It’s 2006, Argyle are third in the Championship after the first couple months of the season and we are looking good going forward, no one in this league scares me.
Welcome back to 2006, where I have taken over the reigns at Argyle in the Championship in my attempts to change history
With the days merging into one and football’s future still up in the air due to the coronavirus outbreak. it’s time to heat up the time machine and step back into a world long since passed.
A new season is upon us in Football Manager 2020 after a powerful end to the 19/20 season finishing 2nd and bouncing back to League One.
If you are like me, you can’t help but wonder what Ryan Lowe could do this season if he had Graham Carey and Ruben Lameiras at his disposal.
If you enjoyed the earlier edition…Welcome to the end of season finale. Can I get Argyle straight back up to League One on Football Manager 2020?
After a interesting transfer window, it’s time to see if the new signings have what it takes to get us promoted from League Two as we approach the end.