Football Manager 2023 is due out later this year.
The game has been following an annual release schedule for years and there are no signs that its year will change.
As such, we expect FM23 to be released in November, with the beta coming out two weeks earlier.
We’ve been looking at a variety of storage ideas ahead of release later this year, and now we’re taking a look at the championship.
It’s arguably one of the most competitive leagues in the world and having to win promotion to the Premier League and then stay on top is always a good challenge.
Let’s take a look at five of the best championship clubs to manage on FM23.
It’s always a poisoned cup to be a Watford manager. They are known to be sack-happy and could get rid of you if you don’t get started right away. Also, they are always officially licensed in FM.
They’ve also gone through something of a rebuild, selling players like Cucho Hernandez, Moussa Sissoko and Kiko Femenia and signing players like Mario Gaspar and Vakoun Issouf Bayo.
Can you win promotion back to the Premier League and keep them there?
They’re back in League Two after winning the playoffs and the Black Cats could be something of a surprise package this season.
They have injected some quality into their squad, bringing in young players like Daniel Ballard, Jack Clarke and Aji Alese from Arsenal, Tottenham and West Ham respectively.
The first test will be to ensure Sunderland remain competitive in the Championship before attempting to place them in the top flight.
This is also a nice save from Sleeping Giant, so keep that in mind too.
City of Luton
Luton surprised just about everyone last season when he managed to secure a place in the play-offs.
They finished the season in sixth place and were eventually beaten by two legs by Huddersfield Town but they’ve recruited wisely this summer and appear poised for another surge in promotion.
The Hatters have even spent just under £2million on a brand new Carlton Morris forward who has arrived from Barnsley. Can you take them one step further and get them into the Premier League for the very first time?
Well, this one is going to be tough.
Birmingham won just 11 games and finished 20 last seasonthbut they are on the verge of a takeover.
They are currently having some serious financial problems and are limited to free transfers and loans in the market.
Staying at the top would be quite an achievement.
It seems like Millwall is actually set for a promotion push this time around.
They flirted with it for some time, including last season, although they faded and finished ninth. This summer, however, they have invested, paying for example over £2million to sign Zian Flemming from Fortuna Sittard.
And they also won their first game of the season. Can you take them to the Premier League and finally deliver on the promise the club has long made?
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