“I can assure you it is much, much more important than that.”
Leon, James and Karl jump in the communal bath and swap boot-room stories from two decades of virtual soccer management. They also discuss the origins, successes, failures, legacy and culture of Football Manager (formerly Championship Manager), as well as the real-world influence of one of the most widely and extensively played computer games in history.
Music used in this issue:
1: Sussex by the Sea by William Ward-Higgs (performed by The Royal Sussex Regiment)
2: Blaydon Races by Georgie Ridley (performed by The Houghton Weavers)
Cane and Rinse 103 was edited by Sean O’Brien
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