This is the story of Juan Day, a first-time football manager making it big at a little club called Lincoln City, and a critique of the game series that has broken marriages, forged careers, lost jobs, stolen social lives, and thoroughly consumed its players' attention for the past 20 years.
Football Manager, One Day At A Time is an experimental hybrid of diary and long-form analysis of the football management game Football Manager 2012 in which author Richard Moss subjected himself to a strict limitation of one day in game time for each day of real life. For 309 consecutive days.
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