In the perception of most people, the Guinness World Record is a difficult goal for the average person to achieve, even though it covers many aspects of life. For gamers, being enrolled in the Guinness record is even considered “harder than going to heaven”, when milestones can easily be knocked over over time. But just recently, a gamer guy, who is all respected and hailed as “the king of patience” has succeeded in conquering this book, even though his record is a bit different. separate.
The gamer guy in the story
The main character in this story is Pawel Sicinski – a loyal fan of the football club Manchester United. With great faith and love for the team he loves, Pawel – a fan of the game Football Manager has spent all his time “training” the Red Devils. After a long period of effort, Pawel is credited with spending 416 years and 134 days in his save game, thereby setting a new Guinness World Record.
Specifically, Pawel started with the season in 2018, and now, in his save, his MU team has entered the year 2424, which is exactly 416 years later. And don’t think this guy is just playing, plugging in to complete the record. In his 416 years, Pawel led MU to win a total of 1,258 titles and play 22,300 football matches. The team led by Pawel Sicinski have scored a total of 58,900 goals, or about 2.64 goals per game. If there were such a coach and team in reality, their prefix would surely be “the greatest team in human history”. And perhaps, MU fans can only wish.
And according to a common statistic, even when trying to keep things as minimal as possible, an FM player will usually take about 10 hours to complete his or her season. If you do a simple calculation, perhaps many people will be surprised to know that Pawel spent at least 4,600 hours (about 191 days). This means that he has spent a lot of time with his MU club during the past 4 years. What a true fan.