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Football Manager 2011

by Sega
Platform : Windows Vista, Windows XP, Mac OS X, Linux
Rated: Everyone
14 customer reviews
Metascore: 85 / 100

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  • Match Preparation allows you to train your team in specific areas for each match, including tactics and set pieces.
  • Show the world your success by publishing your achievements in the new Manager's Room and on social networks.
  • Live contract talks bring negotiations to life. Deal with different types of players and agents, to wrap up the best deals or beat others to signings.
  • The most intuitive training in Football Manager ever allows you to focus on individual training with a single instruction in 14 areas.
  • Enhanced match experience, including new graphics, new stadiums, new lighting, more player celebrations, on pitch emotions and over 100 new animations.
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Football Manager returns for the new season, bigger and better than ever. Sports Interactive have added to and improved the world's bestselling football management series, bringing more realism and immersion to your quest for glory. With over 50 playable countries to manage in and full control of all aspects of the club, it's time to put your opinions to the test.

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Platform: PC/Mac/Linux/Unix
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00486F0GG
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 16, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,977 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Alec Rojas VINE VOICE on January 10, 2011
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As a longtime FIFA player and avid Premier League follower, I felt I knew the game as well as anybody. I had heard about this game, enormously popular in Europe, called Football Manager 11. A friend told me it was the "ultimate football sim", in his words. I didn't believe the hype. "I can't control the players?" I asked, and he nodded his head. He promised I would be more satisfied, with this game than almost every other.

So, after a few nudges, I downloaded the trial from Steam. Then I bought the game. And now, like millions of others across the world, I am hopelessly addicted to a football simulator. So much so that I had to write this review simply to clue in more people about the best way to destroy hours of your life.

Introductory points on Football Manager 11:
* You play the role of a football manager in a day to day, turn based system. Pick your team and hit continue and watch the options unfold.
* "Playing" the game primarily consists of several key actions: Buying / selling players, setting training schedules, setting formations, and interacting with the players and press.
* After you pick your Starting 11 + subs and motivate them to play their little hearts out, a match simulator begins with a 3d engine. Each of your players 40 "traits" or "stats" come into play as the match unfolds. From the sideline you can bark orders and at halftime you can encourage, praise, or insult your players, based on performance.
* This "hands off" nature of the game provides great satisfaction. When your 19 year old defender scores 4 goals, all headers from set pieces, you can sit there praising your own foresight in training his heading skill up to 16.
* Almost every league in the world is available to play.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Dave C on January 6, 2011
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I am a sports nut but know little about soccer tactics. With that said, this game is easily my favorite. It simulates running a team brilliantly to the point where you get attached to the little representations of your players running across the pitch.

To me a sign of a good game is taking something that I may not be normally interested in and turning it into something that I can't get enough of. This games accomplishes that.

I recommend it to anyone that is a sports fan or anyone that is a gamer. If you are a soccer nut there is not much that I can tell you as you probably already know all about this franchise. You don't have to be a soccer nut to like this game and I am a classic example of that.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Wurms on December 22, 2011
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This was my first try at Football Manager franchise, or any soccer/futbol sim. I am usually trying to run association on NBA 2k12. FM2011 is the best sports franchise sim out there. There almost nothing you cant do - seriously. Instead of writing you the basic "review", I will let you know what Ive done in my 4.5 seasons as head coach of the Serie A team, Udinese.

Year Zero - I come on as coach and fire some of my staff, basically expensive guys who arent that good at there positions. I then create two formations, a 4-2-3-1 and another 4-2-3-1 - huh? One is more aggressive offensively then the other. Anyways, I get my lineup together and start the season.

Year One - I wasnt familiar at this point with all the off-season tasks like new transfers ect. I go through my first season pretty quickly, learning which stats affect certain skills. Like defenders need more than high Tackling and Marking, they also need high Concentration for late in games. Well, Alex Sanchez lead Serie A in scoring. Udinese places 4th, earning Champions League entry. I beat Inter Milan for the Italian Cup, and then later for Super Italian Cup. My board is happy and gives me a raise after my first year. I also win Manger of the Year!

Year Two - I release/loan/transfer TONS of my reserve players giving me some $45 million for transfer budget. I by Giuseppe Rossi from Villareal for $44 million. I also get a decent young Attacking Midfielder named Diego. Season two is off and Im struggling. Sanchez and Rossi are not cooperating. Half way through the season Im sitting in 9th place. I adjust my formation, moving Sanchez from striker to Attack Midfielder. Rossi is now my loan striker. I make sign a few young talents for my under 20 squad in January.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Aaron on February 18, 2011
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I got this game about a two weeks agoo and its really nice compared to FM 2009

something to point out is that it runs perfectly 3D gaming with my integrated video card maybe once in a while it will slow down but not more than 2 seconds and the game keeps going on really good.

I would recommend this purchase
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Seanna on July 8, 2011
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I have been playing Football Manager since it was originally released (way back when). I say way back because this football manager simulation has been going on for many a year. To say it has had progressive improvements over time is an understatement. This simulation is unbelievable and very accurate. For instance the top players in this game are the current top players such as Lionel Messi, Christiano Ronaldo and Sergio Aguero. The top managers (which you compete against) are the likes of Sir Alex Ferguson, Josep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho.

This simulation is also intensely difficult, I generally manage Liverpool and even though they are a great side and financially well-off, you find winning games, managing the books and getting in new players is a difficult process. I can't say I am not experienced at the game because I am, but every season is a new challenge. There are so many angles to this game from tactics, training, negotiating with players, buying and selling players, getting in staff to train your players etc.

One of the key points in the game is not buying in a player who wants too much wages. You may get him on the cheap but if he is getting 150,000 per week then he isn't a good choice because eventually your wage bill will run so high that you won't be able to get in any other players. This happened to me with Yaya Toure of Man City who is a fantastic player. You get offered him for around 5 million but he wants 170,000 per week! Needless to say I did not purchase him.

I find that sticking to the same tactic is the best plan in this game, although you have plenty of choices. My favorite tactic is a customized variant of 4-5-1. So far I have played this game for nearly 2 seasons.
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