As Football Manager 2014 is released today, we want to hear your dizzying success stories and woeful failures over the years of the popular simulation game.
We want to hear your tales of taking Wolves to cup glory or following in Roy Hodgson's footsteps and jumping from the Albion hot-seat to international success with England.
Following a split from the Championship Manager publishers, Football Manager was born in 2005.
The football management simulation game provided football fans with the ability to take the reigns of their favourite sides.
We asked a selection of local fans on our Facebook pages about their Football Manager success stories:
Chris Hughes, Wolves Fan/Manager: On FM13 I won seven consecutive Premier League titles, five Champions Leagues, five FA Cups. four League Cup and about 14 of the smaller competitions. Also had 14 players in the England squad.
Ray Stevens, Albion Fan/Manager: I've won the Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, Champions League and the Europa league with my Albion side boing boing.
John Dabbs,Wolves Fan/Manager: Bought Luke shaw for £2.5 million on FM13. Helped Wolves win the Championship, and League Cup in first year. Followed by the quadruple than got England manager job and won Euro 16 as well as wining league and Champions League.
Fraser Gilbert, Walsall FC Fan & Manager - expecting a statue to commemorate his success: Almost into 2036 on Football Manager 2012 with Walsall, two-time Champions League winners, three-time Europa League, around eight or nine Premier League titles, something like seven FA Cups and seven League Cups, new stadium around 2020 called the Jimmy Walker stadium. My top goalscorer ever was a regen called Todd Pyle.
Share your best memories of the game with us and let us know whether you'll be picking up the latest version.
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