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10 years into my Football Manager 2016 save, I've decided to keep track of it by creating a post on here. A tad late, I know. :D In short: I've managed in six different countries with seven different teams between 2015 and 2025.

Discussion
Update 001:
Career History:
Job 01: Hamme [2015–2016] (Belgium/Tier 3)
Job 02: Santos [2016–2020] (South Africa/Tiers 1 and 2)
Job 03: Ivory Coast {NT} [2020–2021] (Ivory Coast/Tier 1)
Job 04: Norway {NT} [2021] (Norway/Tier 1)
Job 05: Lokomotíva Košice [2021–2022] (Slovakia/Tier 2)
Job 06: Santos [2022–2023] (South Africa/Tier 1)
Job 07: PKNS [2023–] (Malaysia/Tiers 1 and 2)
Job 08: Malaysia U23s {NT} [2023] (Malaysia/Tier 2)

Honours
Collective
Santos:
+ National First Division (1): 2017–18
PKNS:
+ Premier League (1): 2024
+ FA Cup (1): 2024
Individual
Santos:
+ National First Division Manager of the Season (1): 2017–18
+ Premier Soccer League Manager of the Month (1): November 2022
PKNS:
+ Premier League Manager of the Month (4): January 2024 / February 2024 / March 2024 / April 2024
+ Super League Manager of the Month (1): April 2025

Career Overview:

I started this career like I always do, starting unemployed with the worst statistics possible (sunday league etc.) and with my manager attributes matching my level and to see what I can achieve during it, I have no targets or aims other than to do what I can. No editor allowed, no added staff and all that good stuff. I don't claim to be amazing at Football Manager, I just play it for fun although I do have a love/hate relationship with it.
The Career So Far:

Job 01
My career started in the Belgian Third Division A with Hamme, a job that, except than my time with Lokomotíva Košice (I'll talk about them in a bit!), was probably my worst and least enjoyable managerial post. Nothing really went right, and in a division that starts in FM2016 with the bottom 12 clubs getting relegated at the conclusion of the season it was always going to be difficult. Anyway, I lasted 7 months with Hamme before getting sacked in January 2016. I won just 5 of my 23 matches in charge. Not good!
Job 02
Next came a move out of Europe and into Africa to join Santos in South Africa. This was the job where I finally achieved some good things, and in contrast to my time with Hamme and Lokomotíva Košice, I enjoyed my time with Santos very much. It's a fun league to manage in. I picked up with Santos with them in the second tier of South African football in the National First Division. I spent three-and-a-half years with Santos. I joined with four matches left of my first season, finished 8th. My first full season went very well, finished in 2nd place and made the play-offs however failed to gain promotion after finishing joint-bottom of the three-team mini league.
My second full campaign went one better as I guided Santos to promotion to the Premier Soccer League after winning the National First Division with 2 games to spare. I also won the Manager of the Year award. Our first season in the top-flight was difficult but we achieved our goal - avoid relegation. We ended 2018–19 in 12th position, 8 points above the relegation play-off spot and fifteen points off bottom place. 2019–20, however, went worse. After 15 matches we were rock bottom with 7pts, nine games on and we had only gained one more point and were a shocking 18 points off safety; won just once all season. In March 2020, I decided to resign as Santos manager in the hope of someone else keeping them up but unfortunately they still went down.
Job 03
Then came my first step into international management as I accepted the Ivory Coast post in April 2020. Things were average throughout my tenure, I won 8 of my 14 games in charge but it was rarely pretty. It all climaxed with a disappointed 2021 African Cup of Nations as we lost to Cameroon in the semi-finals and subsequently the third place play-off to finish 4th. Ivory Coast were the previous holders and were expected to win the tournament, so immediately following it I was sacked. Not much more to say.
Job 04
The Norwegian national team approached me next and appointed me their new manager. This job I felt was heading well, I had a good squad and got some good results in FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifying despite failing to qualify for the tournament itself but in my defence we had France in our group who finished 9 points clear. I won 4, drew 2 and lost 3 with Norway overall (friendlies included) before being sacked straight after qualifying had ended.
Job 05
Lokomotíva Košice came calling next. This job was a disaster from start to finish, I almost stopped playing the game as I got so bored playing with them. I joined halfway through the season with a team that were 3rd, I had 2 games left to play with Promotion Stage football all but guaranteed. I went on to make the next stage but none of the games had anything to play for really as we weren't close or good enough to the promotion spots. We finished 4th. At the end of that season (2021–22), the board were unhappy and gave me an ultimatum of gaining 13 points in the first 5 games of 2022–23. That, to go with a load of player unrest (who annoyingly were pissed at me because of what my predecessor had done!), made me even more bored of it as I knew what was coming. Lone behold I did not achieve the board's goal and was sacked two matches into the new season! I was glad to be gone to be honest.
Job 06
Despite that, I decided to continue with the save and see what would happen. Interestingly, my next career move was a return to Santos. They managed to return to the top-flight during my time away so I was back in the Premier Soccer League. I joined with them last after three matches and set a goal of keeping them up before again moving on. Thankfully, I did just that as we survived in 14th place and only missed the relegation play-offs on goal difference. Delighted as I was to stay up, I resigned shortly after. Santos have been a yo-yo club ever since.
Job 07
I left South Africa for Malaysia next as I joined second division PKNS, I began at the end of the season with just the League Cup to play in. In the aforementioned League Cup we performed well in a group with three top-flight clubs, we missed qualification from the group by one point and secured two wins including away to the big club Johor DT; a club we've had quite a surprising rivalry with ever since.
That was the 2023 season, 2024 went incredibly way above my expectations and turned into something special. We won 17 league matches in a row and were flying, with us being miles ahead of our closest challengers we even secured promotion and the title with five matches left. In the end, after 22 league games we won 20 of them while drawing and losing just once. A sensational season, one of my best on a Football Manager game. However, that wasn't all for the 2024 season as during all of that we went on a brilliant run to win the FA Cup! We beat Johor DT in the final AET and I, honestly, went mad. I was gobsmacked, wasn't expecting that at all. That got us an AFC Cup place for 2025, a first for PKNS. The year ended with another shock as we made the League Cup semi-finals, fantastic even though we lost over two legs to rivals Selangor. We met Johor DT in the group stage again in the League Cup and one match ended 5–4, we were four goals up before them coming back to 4–4 but thankfully we scored a late winner. Crazy, crazy season.
Our first campaign in the Super League went superbly too. We were predicted relegation but eventually finished 6th, a record Super League position for the club. Throughout the league season we were never as low as 6th and sometimes were sat in 2nd. Johor DT were close at first, but pulled away quickly. Speaking of Johor DT, our rivalry continued as we met in the AFC Cup knockout rounds following us qualifying from our group. They smashed us 5–1. Disappointing, but good achievement to make the knockouts. The 2025 League Cup is still to come.
Job 08
During 2025 with PKNS, I saw that the Malaysian Under-23s were looking for a new manager with upcoming U23 qualifiers coming. I applied and got appointed as their manager, my only intention was to qualify them as the qualifiers came during PKNS' off-season but the tournament itself would've clashed with PKNS' 2026 start to the season; we had Indonesia, Timor-Leste and Northern Mariana Islands in our group. We duly qualified as a best-placed second place side following defeat to Indonesia but wins versus the other two minnows. I resigned straight after to concetrate on PKNS again.
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Good to see you bring your career here, looks like you've had a fair bit of success to date, keep it going
https://i.imgur.com/zgMyvyG.png?2
I love a good unemployment story! Will be keeping an eye on this for sure
Good to see you bring your career here, looks like you've had a fair bit of success to date, keep it going

Cheers! I'm enjoying it and I'm liking the way the save has progressed and developed. Its got nothing on your Journey Around The World though, that save is brilliant.

I love a good unemployment story! Will be keeping an eye on this for sure

Nice one! I concur, unemployment saves are always a winner.
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Update 002:
(NOTE: Apologies for the late update, been a little busy lately and also got bored of the game itself for a few weeks but regain interest in it again.)

Current Club: Selangor PKNS, Super League (Malaysia)


2025 League Cup Campaign:
Well, my third League Cup run with Selangor PKNS didn't go very well.

Final Standings:
http://i.imgur.com/bnRDk3B.jpg

Full Results:
http://i.imgur.com/w3BzvPX.png

I am not concerned at all, it wasn't a competition I took wholly serious although of course I am disappointed we failed to win. Funny thing is, we continue to frustrate arguably the best team in the country: Johor DT. We drew with them 1-1 on both occasions here. Overall, as I mentioned in my first post, we have a little bit of an unexpected rivalry with them (P10 W3 D3 L4); considering they've won the league in six of the last seven years I'm happy with our record against them.

As for the League Cup itself, we had a very difficult group that included the aforementioned Johor DT and our local rivals Selangor, who went on to win the thing and have now won three of the last four League Cups. So that was against us, given as we aren't that big a club, as well as the fact I played around with a few things, testing different tactics and players ahead of the 2026 season.

2026 Incoming:
Speaking of the upcoming 2026 season, I'm feeling fairly confident that we can maintain our solid performances in the league; as we did in my debut campaign after promotion in 2025. As of this post, I'm still two months away from the start of the season so still getting things together in terms of tactics and transfers so anything could happen. One man I have managed to sign was our on-loan winger/striker Mohd Nor Zainuddin. We signed him on loan from lower division Real Mulia, he made 15 appearances overall and scored 8 goals and made 3 assists. Impressive for a club like ours as the stats suggest but even with his performances that the stats don't show; sort of player I like. Had to pay him a bit more than I had preferred, but felt it would've been a bigger mistake not signing him then it would if we didn't loosen the purse strings.

Zainuddin:
http://i.imgur.com/8UZBbTi.png

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Update 003:
Current Club: Selangor PKNS, Super League (Malaysia)

2026 Season Review:

Complete season review of my fourth season in Malaysia with Selangor PKNS, it has been eventful.

Pre-Season:

http://i.imgur.com/k54i1A6.png
Our campaign began with pre-season, a period that wasn't wholly convincing. It began with a friendly with our Under-19s which we won 3-0, that was followed by four winless fixtures that included the first of two pre-season trips to Indonesia (0-2 to PSSA). Our second trip to Indoneisa, and our final friendly, ended with a 1-1 penalty shootout victory other Bintang Jaya. After that, I wasn't feeling too confident especially after how the 2025 League Cup campaign went.

January:

http://i.imgur.com/K5SZl6p.png
The season proper kicked off on 6 January 2026 with a defeat away to Kelantan, more disappointment. However, we followed that up with four wins in five. Firstly, we beat Perak 3-2 after Mohd Nor Zainuddin grabbed a brace before Rosmadi got the all important third goal. Then came a four match unbeaten spell against KL Spa, title favourites Johor DT, promoted Real Mulia and Pahang. Zainuddin already was becoming an integral player after joining from Real Mulia. End of Month Position: 2nd

February:

http://i.imgur.com/IEre0BO.png
February was difficult, with the league being interrupted. The month began with a defeat at home to our local rivals Selangor, Haziq Fikri Hussein grabbing our goal. Then came a friendly with Felcra, one we lost on penalties. Our Super League campaign resumed on 17 February with a draw with early strugglers Sarawak, despite Zainuddin giving us a two-goal lead. After that came a league defeat to Perlis followed by an FA Cup Round 2 exit at the hands of, yep you've guessed it, that club Johor DT who we really need to play more... End of Month Position: 5th

March:

http://i.imgur.com/jnRSqNU.png

March featured three league fixtures and one friendly. ATM, Kedah, Sime Darby and Perak being the opponents. The match against ATM was frustrating, we dominated the match but only managed to get a point out of it. In our next Super League fixture, we made our dominance count as we thrashed Kedah 3-0 at home with that man Zainuddin getting a hat-trick. March ended with a friendly loss to Sime Darby before a league loss to Perak, both were deserved defeats. End of Month Position: 5th

April:

http://i.imgur.com/AlAp1V7.png
April started where January started, with a beating from Kelantan. We got back on track with consecutive domestic victories over KL Spa and Real Mulia while a exhibition win over RAMD Melaka also helped morale. At this point I was feeling good about things, it wasn't spectacular but it was solid. End of Month Position: 4th

May:

http://i.imgur.com/uW66OVl.png
May started with back-to-back friendly wins against Penjara and Sungai Ara. Then came three, albeit against tricky opposition, winless Super League encounters. A 1-1 tie with Johor DT, a 2-3 home loss to Pahang and a 5-0 away whipping by the leaders Selangor. We hit back with a comfortable 2-1 win over bottom of the table Sarawak. Not a great May, performances against Pahang and Selangor were shocking. End of Month Position: 6th

June:

http://i.imgur.com/qCAZeUh.png
June, which saw the end of the league season, was nothing short of a disaster. I was aiming for a top five finish however we failed miserably with that goal as we lost all three league matches, with minor solace coming in a friendly with Megah Murni. Performances were terrible and morale was dropping, morale wasn't helped by months of a load of youth players asking for loan deals out of the club which, despite no-one wanting them even though I tried hard, led to slight player unrest which was raised when squad players started to moan about lack of first-team football with players mostly siding with their fellow professionals. At the end of June, the board were beginning to get on my back about and we had two meetings about it. My job security was insecure at this point. End of Season Position: 8th

Off-Season:

http://i.imgur.com/zqAPqLr.png
July, and the start of August, was filled with friendlies as we looked to keep fitness up with the 2026 League Cup coming in the middle of August. We won five of the six friendly fixtures. Two were versus Malaysian non-league sides (MP Muar & Melaka), one against our Under-19s, one versus Premier League (tier two) club Kuantan, one in a friendly rematch versus PSSA and the final one coming against relegated Super League XI Real Mulia. Melaka were the only team to stop us from winning.

August:

http://i.imgur.com/LI2haBf.png
We continued our fine non-competitive form into our League Cup campaign, August had five of the six group stage fixtures in it with the sixth match coming in September. We flew out the blocks with four straight fixtures, first against the other relegated Super League club Sarawak, then Matchday 2 & 4 wins versus third place top flight club Perlis which was sandwiched before and after a win over Singapore's Lions XII Premier League side. We lost the return fixture with Sarawak to end the month but first place and qualification for the quarter-finals was already secured before that match-up. End of Month (Group) Position: 1st

September:

http://i.imgur.com/8SOci9O.png
We rounded up our League Cup run with a 3-0 win over Lions XII which confirmed that we ended with five wins from six, impressive considering how the league season ended. There was a month's break before the League Cup quarter-finals so we played three friendlies to finish September, all three were won against two Indonesian opponents in PSIB and PSTS and lower-league Malaysian club Titiwangsa. As you can see, Zainuddin was on absolute fire as he banged in two straight hat-tricks followed by a brace. Impressive, even if it was only in friendlies. End of Month (Group) Position: 1st

October:

http://i.imgur.com/XgQ9DE4.png
October had just three matches as we were knocked out of the League Cup at the quarter-final stage. We were drawn against Super League team Pahang. We lost 3-1 on aggregate with the first leg defeat being the decisive moment. We played Hanelang in a friendly in between which we won 3-0.

Transfers Overview:

http://i.imgur.com/2Dmoqya.png
Zainuddin no doubt was our best signing, despite the fans voting Audrey Jemang (he was good in fairness, but Zainuddin didn't even make their top three!). I said in my previous post that I was worried we had overspent on him but how glad I am I went with my gut feeling and just gave him the money. He ended the season with 17 goals in 29 appearances, 33 in 45 if you count friendlies ( ). Shankar, an Indian CM, was also signed for 1k. It wasn't too successful, got a decent average rating but didn't show much in games. He was sold in September to lower-league Melaka for a surprising 20k - profit at least came from him. American Jason Eng was snapped up on a free, he was also a big flop as he made just 3 appearances before leaving to join Megah Murni.
Audrey Jemang, Faiz Abdul Hamid and Muhd Nur Abdul Aziz were signed, all became good members and featured fairly regularly. Mohd Norhamizaref Hamid (loan), Mohd Nor Ismail and Mohd Faizal Zulkifli (loan) were signed as back-up, them three only featured a few times collectively; Zulkifli's loan was terminated early. Mohd Nazrul Hisni also came in as back-up but didn't feature at all. We also signed well-known Australian Ryan McGowan on a free, he retired in October after making 9 appearances. Overall, as usual with small clubs, our transfer business was hit and miss.

Contract Ending, Job Insecure:

http://i.imgur.com/xAcbM8s.png

http://i.imgur.com/QHjSNTs.png
As of this post, I am currently on 17 October 2026 and my contract with Selangor PKNS is running out in November. I'm a tad worried as it looks like I'll be leaving at the end of said contract, which I'd feel hard done by and would feel quite sad given I'm building this club and with had two strong campaigns in the Super League which followed that incredible promotion winning season. I believe that the board's expectation was to finish top half, which I know I failed but only by a couple of points; we were 5th with two games left. Feels harsh. Who knows I perhaps may be offered a new deal, I'd love to stay, but if they put conditions on next season with the new contract, like Lokomotíva Košice did to me, then I'd probably reject it and leave. Time will tell!

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Update 004:
Current Club: TBA


Next Career Move:

Well, the event I didn't want to happen has happened. I have left Selangor PKNS.


Departure from Selangor PKNS:

As I said in my last post, my contract with the club was due to run out on 30 November 2026 and by the 29 November I had received no indication of a new contract; in fact if I didn't check my contract info tab I would've had no idea it was running out. So on the 29 November I made a board request for a new deal, to which they responded: "Your job performance thus far hasn't deserved an early (EARLY!) extension. We want to see more out of you to warrant us committing you to a longer term deal". Now, this is obviously a problem with the game itself which I found really, really frustrating. Fair enough the performances have been below what was expected, but it's clear by the board's response that the game thought my contract still had loads of time left despite the fact it ended in 1 (one!) day. Annoying.


The Journeyman Continues! Where Next?:

http://i.imgur.com/PANHcoQ.png


Job number 8 in my career will be with...: Hyéres FC in France's National!!
Excited to join Hyéres, my first step into one of Europe's top five leagues; albeit in it's third division but it's a start!



Table:
http://i.imgur.com/JJYFKnq.png

Fixtures:
http://i.imgur.com/ZyIw8to.png


It's going to be a tough challenge, but one I'm well up for. Even if it goes badly, at least I've made a mark into one of the big footballing countries which can only be a good thing.


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Update 005:
Current Club: Hyéres, Championnat de France Amateur (France)


2026/27 Season Review:

After leaving Selangor PKNS in Malaysia, I left to move onto France with Hyéres in France's third tier (National). I joined in December 2026 with the club third bottom and seven points off safety. This is how the rest of the season unfolded.


December/January:

http://i.imgur.com/ygpnZMO.png

My spell with Hyéres began well as we beat bottom of the table Quevilly Rouen Métropole 2-1 at home with young debutant Jordache Caron scoring along with our main striker Marwane Benhmida. Next came the winter break which included a special friendly, Brian Amofa's testimonial versus Podbrezova. We were absolutely dominated in this, they had 32(!) shots while we had just six. This was sadly a sign of things to come, but the main talking point was the fact that the main man Amofa got sent off in his own testimonial. What a guy! Anyway, as the season resumed we faced a good Orléans side and managed to bag a respectable point. January ended with back-to-back defeats to mid-table Belfort and title chasers Chambly-Thelle, the Belfort loss was harsh but Chambly were far, far too strong for us and ran out simple winners. End of Month Position: 16th.


February:

http://i.imgur.com/OEOcS3D.png

February, like January, started very well as we picked up four points from a possible six. Firstly, a solid 0-0 with top half team La Berrichonne and then a 1-0 win over mid-table Le Mans. Aikel Gadacha scored the winner versus Le Mans, that was pretty much his only positive contribution sadly. Again, like January, the month ended with two straight losses. This was where it started to go bad, just like it was before I arrived. End of Month Position: 16th.


March:

http://i.imgur.com/erRSxT1.png

Sedan Ardennes inflicted our first defeat in March by one goal to nil. Stade Plabennécois also beat us before a disappointing loss to relegation rivals Mulhouse; Martin, who just turned 16, scored our goal. Groupe Sportif Consolat rounded off our March with another loss to make it four defeats in four and six in six overall. In my true opinion, I felt all the losses here were very unlucky. Definitely down to the fact our squad, despite a few standouts, isn't good. In fact, when I joined I even had a few greyed out players which is never a good sign! End of Month Position: 17th.


April:

http://i.imgur.com/0aRSdBb.png

April was just as awful, in competitive football at least; friendlies offered some respite. First we faced leaders Romorantin but, like Chambly-Thelle, deservedly got well beat. That was followed by a loss to A.S Beziers which sadly confirmed the inevitability that was relegation. So all was settled and only pride was at stake. Then came the first of the final three friendlies of 2026/27, a 6-1 win over non-league Olympique de Valence. We carried some of that confidence into our next National match versus CA Bastia, who funnily enough were managed by my former assistant manager Salim Laassami who deserted us for Bastia a few weeks before, and we managed to gain a point. Martin grabbed a goal, been impressed with the young lad especially as Benhmida started to go missing. April finished with a 4-2 friendly win over another non-league side in La Clermontaise. End of Month Position: 17th.


May:

http://i.imgur.com/XpzvGBx.png

May had two National matches and one friendly. We lost the first league fixture 0-2 to promotion chasing Chamois Niortais before destroying non-league Vincennes 7-0 away from home in a exhibition match. The season ended on a high as we beat Moulins, a team who also got relegated, to stay above the aforementioned club and finish second bottom with Moulins ending last. End of Month Position: 17th.


Final Table:

http://i.imgur.com/BhhyMyh.png

As said above, we finished second bottom thanks to that final day win. Eight points off safety, we just didn't have enough. Old squad, retiring players, under-19 players and greyed out lads - a recipe for disaster. CA Bastia, the team our assistant deserted us for, actually got relegated with us on goal difference, so that draw we held them to was crucial so I'm glad to relegate my former assistant; that's what he gets! Remarkably, the team who we beat and who were bottom when I joined, Quevilly managed to stay up!


(End of Season) Board Content, 1yr Left on Contract:

http://i.imgur.com/DoiZnwM.png

http://i.imgur.com/VU3qseU.png

So despite all of that, the board of Hyéres were actually content with me which I guess shows how bad the squad was and how decent most of our performances were despite the losses. I also have one year left on my contract so I'll definitely be sticking around it looks like for the fourth tier of French football. A huge ton of work in the off-season ahead but hopefully we can at least challenge for promotion next season but it'll be tough. I'm always up for a challenge, these are the type of saves I enjoy most!


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