Football Manager Stories – Quill Glade part 2

After travelling more than 3,000 miles to watch Ayr United, we spoke to Quill about what it was like to play Football Manager without any prior knowledge to Football.

Somerset Park, home of Ayr United FC. Credit: Wikimedia Commons
Somerset Park, home of Ayr United FC. Credit: Wikimedia Commons

“It was challenging to play Football Manager without any prior knowledge of football, but I think that it also turned out to be one of the best ways to learn the game.” Quill said.

“I now have a substantial interest in watching actual football matches – though it’s sadly very difficult to catch any of the UK matches here in Canada.”

Quill is into his strategy game, some of the titles he plays are Urban Empires and Europa Universalis.

Quill says Football Manager is a very well made game.

It is an extremely well-made game.  

“I find the user interface to be very well implemented which is something many much simpler games frequently fail to achieve.

“The amount of information and control that Football Manager manages to present to you in an efficient, useful manner is very impressive.”

But just how well is Quill doing with his Ayr United side on Football Manager 2017.

“The media predicted that I would end the season in 10th place.

“I am currently 3rd in the league with just a few games of the season left.  I wouldn’t count on being promoted, but I’m excited for the playoffs.”

If you’re interested in any of Quill’s video, here’s a link to his Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/quill18

Click here for part one of Quill’s interview.

 

 

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