Nov 25

No Podcast, Meet the New Faces

 

No Podcast this week, not even a Video.

Jordan has been forced to take a week in the sun but he’ll be back next week with a new podcast where he and Millie will talk in depth to some of the staff from SI and Sega about the State of the gameworlds announcement and the future direction of football manager live.

So while we all wait patiently for news to filter through from Sports Interactive about the big announcement it’s a great opportunity to get some fresh faces, some fresh opinions, onto Game World One.com
We have a number of new writers and this week we’ll highlight their articles, although should the big announcement finally be made Millie’s shackles will be released and he’s very eager to share his experience of the FML Council and opinions on what was discussed.
So the new writers to look out for this week are Chris Rowlands (who started with us a couple of weeks ago), Nick Kakoschke and Torbjörn Ivarsson.

Chris Rowlands
Hailing from Gillingham in Kent, Chris runs the Nicholson SFA Newsletter and is the manager of Norfolk In Chance in that game world. Chris recently took over the On the Forums column here at GW1.

Nick Kakoschke
Nick is the infamous Little Badger on the SI forums and manager of the Little Badgers in the Clough game world. A very successful manager in his time on FML he now aims to pass his knowledge on to others.

Torbjörn Ivarsson
Born in Falkenberg, Sweden. Tor now resides 1,000km north near the mountains where he enjoys hiking and skiiing. His original team of Charlie FC was one of the few to survive the closure of the original beta GW1 – lost in transit to the live worlds, he now manages I Love Graeme Kelly FC in Hoddle.

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Written By Mark Burton
A moderator since May 2008 in a number of beta worlds and now GW Fowler, he strives to highlight the community aspects of FML and inform new & experienced users about future game development.
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