Last year I featured bloggers who I found provided enjoyment and edification relating to FM20 and, indeed, earlier editions. They included From Eleven, One, FM Eadster, Score More FM, From the Cheap Seats, Seattle Red, and GafferGraemo.
With the coming of FM21 I’ve decided to refresh the listing.
My first FM21 favorite is @FMJournal, blogging about his save with OFI in Crete: https://thefmjournal.wordpress.com/.
My second is Matty Lewis, narrating his OGC Nice save: https://mattylewis11.medium.com/fm21-ogc-nice-les-aiglons-tactical-analysis-cb8d43dca61f. The blog puts data to good effect.
Mike Between The Sticks’ Salzburg save is attractively narrated through the eyes of a player: https://mikebetweenthesticks.co.uk/post_save/diary-of-a-wonderkid/.
I’m also pleased to find that Daz (@FMheathen) has revived his Mancunian audio blog, Heathens Rising.
A good blog recounting a save from the (broadly defined) Black Sea region is Mike Between The Sticks’ account of his Lokomotiv Sofia venture: https://mikebetweenthesticks.co.uk/?post_tag=lokomotiv-sofia.
Another is Liam 1872’s account of his save with Metalurg Donetsk: https://liam1872.wordpress.com/2020/12/06/metalurg-donetsk-part-one/.
A third is FM Athlete’s account of his Trabzon save: https://fmathlete.wordpress.com/.
And a fourth is Seattle Red’s account of his time in Georgia with Duruji Kvareli: https://www.fmcheapseats.com/index.php/category/duruji-subsequent-threadsave/.
PS A good general listing of FM bloggers is available from The FM Library.