YouTuber simulates 250 years into the future on FM24, Peterhead are seven-time UCL winners
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A YouTuber has simulated 250 years into the future on Football Manager 2024 and Scottish side Peterhead are seven-time Champions League winners.
Lollujo, real name Kevin Chapman, has posted a comprehensive breakdown of the save on his YouTube channel with over 167,000 subscribers.
He kicks off the video by concentrating on the much-changed Premier League table.
Serial winners Newcastle secured their 103rd league title during the 2272/2273 campaign after trumping the likes of Eastleigh, Woking, Preston and Barnsley.
The Magpies have enjoyed a quite remarkable rise in-game. They've won 33 Champions League titles and 62 FA Cup's; not to mention winning the Community Shield a record 88 times.
Chapman soon checks the Championship ladder to see Arsenal earning promotion after finishing behind Plymouth in second.
League One also springs a few surprises in 2273 as Manchester United narrowly avoided relegation. The Reds finished in 19th behind the likes of Eastbourne Borough, King's Lynn and Bromley.
Spurs, Leicester and Middlesbrough, meanwhile, have fallen dramatically in recent years, as they sit alongside Bath City and Hartlepool in League Two.
But big-spending Chelsea are perhaps the biggest shock of all. The Blues suffered relegation from the National League in 2273 after picking up just nine wins in 46 games.
Kevin eventually makes his way to the Champions League, where Finnish minnows Seinäjoen Jalkapallokerho have remarkably lifted four consecutive UCL titles, beating the likes of Barcelona, Arbroath and Peterhead in finals.
In fact, 2271/72 runners-up Peterhead have won the Champions League seven times in their history on Lollujo's save game.
Meanwhile on the international stage, England are the most recent World Cup winners after a win against Belarus in the 2270 final. The Three Lions have enjoyed spells of dominance, with 13 WC trophies to their name.
And for all those wondering, yes, Scotland will lift one World Cup title in the next 250 years, according to FM – a historic victory in 2154.
You can check out Lollujo's video in full here.