I generally don’t ask for much, but I could use a bit of help. I figured I might have a crack at a Football Blogging Award in the category “best football gaming blog.” It never hurts to try, no? Anyway, if you want to vote for me, you can do it either via Twitter or Read more about The FBA’s; The 2018 Edition[…]
Good cheer, great hope and the best that the Christmas season has to offer for you and your family as you celebrate this time of togetherness. Merry Christmas!
Hi everyone, my name is Guido, but you may have heard of me through my blog Strikerless. I am a Football Manager blogger and I produce weekly FM content. I would love for you to support my site on Patreon. I started my little pet project sometime early 2014 and I’ve been blown away by Read more about Strikerless Needs You; Become A Patron[…]
If there is anyone out there who still doubts that anything is possible, last Thursday provides you with an answer. Julius Caesar came, saw and conquered. I came, I saw and I defied the odds by claiming a Judges’ Choice Football Blogging Award in the Best Gaming category. Since you’re reading this, I must assume Read more about Hashtag Flackback; The FBA’s 2016[…]
I generally don’t ask for much from my loyal followers, because I don’t want to turn Strikerless into a clickbait or advertising site. However, I figured I might have a crack at a Football Blogging Award in the category “best football gaming blog.” It never hurts to try, no? Anyway, if you want to vote Read more about The Football Blogging Awards[…]
Failure is as much a part of the game as success is. When you don’t suffer a defeat every now and then to keep you on edge, winning all the time would get dreadfully boring. Having said that, we’ve all shared moments where we feel like the manager in the following video clip, which is Read more about Every Now And Again I Want To Shoot Someone In-Game…[…]
Another year older, my son is scoring for fun again. He is maturing into one of the best shadow strikers in the world, which makes him pretty much ideal for my style of play and strikerless tactics.
Another year has passed, another year in which my virtual son has made me proud father. I know it sounds awfully sad, but it’s quite satisfactory to see a little pixelated man with your family name score a bunch of goals, knowing that he calls you “dad” in this particular save-game.