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Football Manager show off a behind the scenes look at their offices

Ryan Sidle

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Football Manager show off a behind the scenes look at their offices

So many of us love playing Football Manager and have had the dream to work for the company behind what we love, now they've given a glimpse of what their offices look like, as you can see in the video below.

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If you love Football Manager, and many of us do, then you've no doubt spent entire years of your life trying to take your team from League Two obscurity to Champions League success.

During that time you've definitely had the thought of what would it be like to get paid to play the game, and find yourself inside the offices at Sports Interactive.

They shared the video to show that they've got meeting rooms themed on football clubs, with AFC Wimbledon and Watford the two examples shown.

Both those clubs have an affinity with the game, having sponsored the Dons for many years and Miles Jacobson, the director of FM, supporting the Hornets.

Every member of staff getting a personalised shirt on the back of their chairs is also a winner in our books, and of course having a pool table and dart board will never dent staff morale.

The reception area looking like a dressing room is a great touch too. Image: TikTok
The reception area looking like a dressing room is a great touch too. Image: TikTok

Neil Warnock recently spoke to SPORTbible and, after saying he'd never take the England job, we gave him the chance to have it virtually.

We put him to work on Football Manager 22 and gave him the chance to pick his team for the World Cup and see if he could make the Three Lions successful in Qatar.

Whilst in the real world there's questions about Trent Alexander Arnold's place in Gareth Southgate's squad, the former Sheffield United manager had no questions.

"I just can't see how you can leave him out but for me, you've got to play him in a five," Warnock told us whilst picking the Liverpool man as his first choice right back.

"I love his vision, his passing, his acceleration. He excites me. And he ain't too bad defensively either. I think he's got all the attributes to make that spot his own. But I wouldn't want to play him in a back four."

Trent's form has led to questions about his place in the England squad. Image: Alamy
Trent's form has led to questions about his place in the England squad. Image: Alamy

Of course in typical fashion, Warnock went on to pick Dan Burn in his squad, as well as Marcus Rashford and Dominic Calvert-Lewin who are both currently out of Southgate's squad.

It's worth finding out just how far the squad managed to get under the former Cardiff City boss, who was never really anywhere near getting the job in real life.

The next version of the game will be out in November, and as always we're looking forward to it.

SPORTbible Stories is the brand-new podcast from the SPORT team at LADbible. The first episode features a chat with former Burnley manager Sean Dyche as he opens up on his departure from Turf Moor, what the future holds and the amazing story of the spin wheel for fines while in charge of the Clarets. You can watch the first episode here.

Featured Image Credit: Tiktok

Topics: Football Manager, Gaming

Ryan Sidle
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