By Iain Macintosh, Kenny Millar
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Football supervisor Stole My existence lifts the lid at the cult of soccer supervisor (FM). it really is an easy-to-read, hugely illustrated, light-hearted advisor to the sport s lasting influence on pop culture. We listen from the avid gamers whose lives were taken over through FM, a online game mentioned in 35 divorce instances within the united kingdom. There are interviews with the avid gamers who turn into international beaters within the video game, yet in genuine lifestyles by no means make the massive leagues. The brilliant scouting community of activities Interactive is published. We converse to the boys who make the sport, and placed an FM addict at the psychologist s sofa to find what twenty years as a digital soccer supervisor has performed to him.
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