It appears as though we have reached new highs when it comes to filling our time when there is now football on. Or new lows depending on how you feel about video games.
With football taken away from us for the foreseeable future, clubs are looking at various ways to try and keep fans entertained and perhaps distracted from what’s going on in the ‘real world’. Their latest decision comes in the form of the EFL Football Manager Cup, where clubs will be represented by in the virtual world as they compete for glory.
Birmingham City’s representative in this little venture will be Lee Camp.
The goalkeeper claims to have a very impressive record in the game, with the club stating in his ‘welcome tweet’ that he guided the Blues to the Premier League title with a 77% win percentage.
Does Lee Camp deserve a new contract?
And when they saw the news, and who his first game would be against, a lot of them had a little bit of a chuckle to themselves at the idea of such a popular, if somewhat controversial figure taking charge of the club in this competition.
Still have nightmares about Swindon. 6-4 🙈😬
— James (@bcfcjames) April 19, 2020
Light work for Campy at the Wheel
— Viva CB2 💥 (@vivacb2) April 19, 2020
I always said Campy would make a good manager!
— Sean_The_Blue🏴🇮🇪⚽ (@SeanDaBlue) April 19, 2020
If he doesn’t win, he’s got to go, fed up of spending my hard earned money to watch Campball
— Declan (@DecDavis_) April 19, 2020
Campy at the wheel, tell me how good does it feel🎉🎉
— Cameron Williams (@Cameronw1309) April 20, 2020
Would prefer that
— Michael Jabbari (@mike1983jabbari) April 18, 2020
I mean, they’ve got to keep themselves busy and happy somehow don’t they?