Football Manager: One player achieves a world record

Football Manager: One player achieves a world record

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Football Manager is arguably one of the most popular games on PC for football fans, and with good reason. On the other hand, on the market, there is practically nothing like the SEGA management simulator and it is therefore normal for fans to want to play almost to exhaustion. The feat achieved by a player, however, also earned a good title in the world record book.

As reported on Twitter by Guinness World Records himself, Pawel Sicinski has won the record of the longest game ever in Football Manager. Sicinski, who in real life works as a youth coach in Poland, managed to make a 416-year-134-long match. According to those who analyzed the record, Sicinski left on January 4, 2018 and ran until May 18, 2434. The all taking only 260 days off. A dedication that is certainly out of the ordinary and that has paid off: not everyone can be included in the book and have an organization certificate!

New record: Longest single game of @FootballManager - 416 years and 134 days.

Pawel played on Football Manager 2018 and managed teams from the 4th January 2018 up until the 18th May 2434 and only took 260 days off!

- Guinness World Records (@GWR ) April 22, 2022 | slot id: th_gamedivision_d_mh2 "); }
The numbers of this company? Sicinski won 1258 trophies and scored 58,900 goals in 22,300 matches. As reported by Give Me Sport, the rate is quite impressive: about 2.64 goals per match, certainly a statistic that many aspire to, especially in a game like Football Manager.

Polish record in Football Manager - 460 football seasons played!

GuinnessWorld Records record - 416 played football seasons! #footballmanager #GuinnessWorldRecords

Polska ♥ Gliwice

- Paweł Siciński - Paul Masterclass Football (@ coachfootball88) April 22, 2022

Ok, Sicinski's feat is historic, but do you know who the previous record holder was? Sepp Hedel, a German who had completed 33 seasons in total. Hedel had played around 15,678 matches, winning 11,217 and scoring 42,672, with 1,028 trophies taken home. Obviously lower numbers than those of the new world record holder, but still very important. But every record is made to be beaten: will you be the future holders of the Guinness World Records or not? Continue to follow for all the news and announcements in the pipeline from the world of video games.

Football Manager 2022 Goes Free To Play This Weekend

Get the game free for a limited time.

Football Manager 2022 is going free to play for some gamers this weekend. The game will be free to play from today, Friday, April 8, until Monday, April 11. Unfortunately, not all gamers will be able to partake in the free period. The free weekend is available exclusively to Xbox owners and those playing on PC on either the Epic Games Store or Steam. Check out the full announcement below.

Clear those weekend plans…

Try Football Manager 2022 for FREE across Epic, Steam and Xbox

Live today – stay tuned

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Sports Interactive also added that the game will be on sale until April 21, making it a good time for anyone who enjoys the free weekend to pick up the game.

Football Manager 2022 is now completely free to try on Steam and Xbox until April 11th

Start your journey now and continue with 33% off both titles until April 21st.

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For those wondering, that makes Football Manager 2022 $26.79 on Xbox (down from $39.99) and $36.84 (down from $54.99) on both Steam and the Epic Games Store.

At the time of writing, there are some issues with Football Manager 2022 appearing for free on the Epic Games Store. The Football Manager Twitter account claimed to be having “some problems with the population” on the Epic Store. They promised to update fans who want to play the game on the Epic Games Store when it is made available.

Football Manager 2022 has continued the success of the series. Released in November 2021, the game received good reviews and holds a “Very Positive” rating on Steam and a score of 86 on Metacritic. Different versions of Football Manager 2022 are also available on mobile and the Nintendo Switch. Those are Football Manager 2022 Mobile and Football Manager 2022 Touch respectively. Those versions of the game will not be going free to play this weekend.


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