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Football Manager is a video game that is highly popular around the world, since gamers and football fans can experience in it all the aspects that are experienced in a team, managing elements such as the club’s budget, recruitment and strategies.
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A passion for football and for this video game, which a Polish player named Paweł Siciński has taken to the extreme, breaking the record for the longest game ever recorded in Football Manager. The fan has played 7,603 hours of play or 316 days in real life, which is equivalent to 416 years in the title, where Siciński has achieved achievements such as 341 league titles, 759 cups and only one relegation.
Guinness World Records indicates that Siciński started playing Football Manager 2018 on January 4, 2018 and continued until May 18, 2434 -in the game- and his statistics are 460 football seasons, 22,300 games and a total of 58,900 goals. , reaching a ratio of 2.64 definitions. With this, the gamer broke the record of the German player Sepp Hedel, who completed 333 years in the 2017 edition of the game.
For Siciński, his main pride is having achieved success with lesser-known leagues, such as the 301 national championships and 677 cups with Iceland’s Fimleikafélag Hafnarfjarðar or the achievements with Poland’s Podbeskidzie Bielsko-Biała, a team that on his Twitter account wanted to celebrate the young man’s achievement, inviting him to a 3-day internship in his sports department, sending the message: “How about a little Football Manager in real life?”.
Paweł Siciński has also shown that his passion for football and strategy in the game is so real, that he obtained the UEFA C coaching license, which he was surely able to obtain thanks to his experience in the video game.
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