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How to simulate forward in Football Manager 2023

Move forward.

Football Manager 2023 can be a bit daunting for newcomers, thanks partly to the copious amount of tasks that need to be completed to run a team properly. However, one thing that is not easily visible at the onset is how to simulate forward in Football Manager. The left-hand side of the screen does not have an option to simulate, which can lead to some confusion. So, how can you simulate forward in Football Manager 2023? Let’s go over what you need to do to simulate in FM 2023.

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How to simulate forward in Football Manager 2023

In order to simulate in Football Manager 2023, this is what you should be doing. Direct your attention towards the top-right corner of the screen. In this spot is a blue dialog box, which normally has the word ‘Inbox’ in it.

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To move forward in Football Manager 2023, you must click the blue box, and then go through the prompts in your inbox. This process can include, but is not limited to, media interviews, team & staff meetings, sending out scouts, as well as handling potential loan offers from other teams.

Remember that you will need to finish out the daily tasks for one day, in order to move on the next. If you don’t, the top-right corner box will indicate that a task requires your response, and must be done in order to simulate into the next day.

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Chris is a staff writer for Gamepur who lives on the East Coast of the U.S. Chris has covered sports games, including the Madden, FIFA, NHL, NBA 2K, and MLB The Show franchises, for Gamepur since 2020.