2011 Football Manager

2011 Football Manager

Football Manager 2011: The Game is expected by a huge community worldwide. What can we expect from next season? Revolutionary or evolutionary changes? These and a series of other interesting questions remain on many people’s minds. It’s time to try and answer them!

Just being a manager.

Some guys are quite sad that they still don’t have a chance to be chairman in Football Manager 2010. They say it would be good to have such a feature in the game. But it’s easy to dismiss these somewhat odd suggestions. The game is called Football Manager—it aims to provide a coaching simulation with control over transfers and contracts in real football life. It’s actually a very important point. If you were to become chairman of the game, it should be called Football Chairman 2011!

Better 3D

The good-looking 3D mode is a sure breakthrough in the game series. It is currently being performed very well. But as always, some areas could be improved. For example, the following stupid-looking mistakes must be corrected: wrong flag direction by line umpire; “magnetic goalkeeper hands.” In addition, everyone would like to see a nicer 3D representation of the field, players, and coaches. Another in-demand option is a better 3D performance for low-end video cards. So Sports Interactive Games (Football Manager development team) should pay enough attention to this.

More football stats

The stats in FM 2010 have been made excellent. Although the details in Football Manager 2011 could come to a higher level. It would be great if developers added an ability to view all players’ goals, shots, passes, and headers for each season (not just the current one). Another great stat feature to have is viewing the player’s training progress for their entire history in the game instead of just 1 year.

Last but not the least

changes have always been a pet topic in the FM series. Of course, we expect a lot of new small features in the next Football Manager game. Some of them can be summed up exactly now: new ways of interacting with fans; ability to influence the youth academy; scouting map (when you see the world map with scouts assigned to different countries or territories); better press conferences; and maybe some new tactical options.

If they make the above changes, we will receive the best football manager game in history. It will undoubtedly sell even better than the previous version, making it a revenue record for Sports Interactive Games. Everyone will be happy with it! Check out Football Manager 2012 Tips.

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