Larne Football Club are excited to announce a unique new partnership with YouTube gamer Jack Peachman, commonly known as WorkTheSpace. WorkTheSpace is a YouTube channel run by Jack and is based on the game Football Manager. The channel has over 70,000 subscribers, with each video gaining thousands of views.

As many supporters may have seen, WorkTheSpace recently released a video which mentioned our club as one of the most interesting sides to play with in Football Manager 2019 [click here]. After the reaction to this, Jack has agreed to run a series dubbed ‘The Larne Project’ where he will manage our club in-game until the 2025 season. During the project, he will be tasked with meeting the targets outlined in our Aspire To Inspire document, as well as some self-imposed challenges regarding player recruitment.

Speaking of the partnership, WorkTheSpace said “it’s a great opportunity to partner up with Larne FC and bring the club’s vision to a global audience. The Aspire To Inspire project is something that I’ve spent a great deal of time familiarising myself with and I’m looking forward to showcasing it whilst managing the club in Football Manager. Hopefully over the course of the series Larne fans will be able to help me get to grips with Northern Irish football, as it’s a nation I’ve not managed in before in my 2 decades of playing Football Manager.”

The partnership, which is a first of its kind in Irish football, will allow supporters to gain a special insight into the proposed future plans of the club. We look forward to collaborating with WorkTheSpace during his series and promoting our brand on a global level. #RAWA #WeAreLarne #AspireToInspire

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