Football Manager 2023 is coming soon, so let’s go through some of the best challenges you can take on in the game.
While it hasn’t been officially announced yet, the franchise has consistently followed an annual release schedule, and we’re anticipating a November release for the latest game in the series.
The beta traditionally arrives two weeks ahead, and we’ve scoured the leagues to find the very best saves to take on.
We’ve got the Premier League and the Championship covered, and now we’re taking a look at the best lower division saves – League One, League Two and non-League – for you to try.
Let’s get straight into it!
Top five minor league saves to try
Bolton languishing in League One is the epitome of a fallen giant.
They’ve tumbled down the leagues, from a top premier league side featuring the likes of Jay-Jay Okocha and Ivan Campo to third tier games.
They finished last season in ninth place after winning promotion the previous season and are looking to climb back up the ladder.
Can you take them to the Premier League?
Last season was a disaster.
The Gills dropped out of League One and into Second and underwent major surgery on their roster, with up to 15 players coming in and 13 leaving.
Can you take them back to League One and then move up to the Premier League? It’s a huge challenge.
Yes, good luck with this one.
They finished last season on the rock bottom in the second tier, winning just four games all season and picking up just 26 points from 46 games.
They are now in non-league football and have signed 11 new players this summer.
Can you bring her back to the Football League?
We like to give you tough challenges!
Dover suffered a 12-point deduction last season and finished the National League with a single season-ending point.
Oh, and they conceded 101 goals. Get them in shape!
We need to mention them in every non-league save article we do, and it’s true again.
They’re backed by Hollywood glamor and have a much bigger budget than any of their rivals in the division.
Get them into the Football League and continue their meteoric rise. This one is much easier than Dover!
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