Soccer Manager is a new players’ skills when it comes to management, as they show their skills first hand at running one of hundreds of real-life soccer teams from all over the world. Anyone using the system will have the ability to make decisions and have total control on the day to day running of their chosen team, from training the team, creating the new lineups, trading players, playing strategies and tactics for winning each game. You’ll even have control over the construction of the various team facilities where the team trains and calls home.
How Does Soccer Manager Work?
The game is primarily for gamers looking to take a virtual soccer team to victory. Soccer Manager gives players the chance to see if they have what it takes to manage a winning team. It’s a multi-platform game for managing team that allows you to easily transition from one device to another. Players are able to choose from massive rosters from real-life soccer franchise from a large variety of clubs and competitions all over globe.
You’ll be able to manage some of the best teams on the planet like the Chelsea team and Manchester United from the United Kingdom (England to be exact). Real Madrid, Barcelona of Spain are also on the list, just to name a few of the elite. Even the J1 League of Japan is available – as are many of the lesser known teams within the sport. Basically, you’ll have the opportunity to pick some of the best teams the world has ever seen to completely dominate the competition, or you can play as one of the underdog teams and kick it out till your hearts content.
The decisions you make as manager will impact every aspect of the team. Whether it’s hiring coaches, new doctors, physicians or sports therapists, staff, you’re in control of the team. Soccer Manager doesn’t stop in the locker room though, or with team management. You also make the final decisions on playing tactics, team strategies and the formations that are used while competing in a live match.
The game also has plenty of key features that should be pointed out:
Realistic Team Management – It’s up to you as to how the team is ran, hiring coached and staff is up to you as is training, tactics, trading and the construction of the team facilities.
Massive Roster of Teams – You choose your favorite players from a huge roster of more than a hundred teams who are found all over the world throughout multiple football leagues and competitions from every corner of the globe.
Live Matches – Although in 2D, the matches are still in real-time. You can choose to monitor your team in one of three ways. Either in a full match, during an extended highlight or in a short highlight.
On the Fly Coaching – Change tactics, lineups and formations during a match and watch how your team operates to your coaching accordingly in real-time.
Multi-Platform Support – Easily transition between different devices, whether it’s your PC to managing your team on your favorite smart or mobile device through the use of the very unique X-Platform technology.
What Are The Pros And Cons Of Soccer Manager?
Like all games, there are positive and negative traits to Soccer Manager. For one, it’s one of the most in-depth team management systems ever developed. It also works on multiple platforms, thereby increasing the player base – making it a platform/game that can be used by people all over the world.
The cons for the game are there as well, one of the problems for some people is the low-scale, old-school graphics. They’re basically browser-like visuals, too low end for some of the users used to the more high-end graphics seen in modern sports games. The other issue is the lack of sound effects on the game, plus there being no music to speak of. Gameplay on the game is limited to coaching and managing, with a confusing menu layout as well as inadequate tutorial.
All-though there are cons on the game, that’s to be expected – and ultimately, Soccer Manager is one of the most in-depth sports management systems around. Naturally, it’s going to be liked more by football (soccer) enthusiasts than by those whoa aren’t. But from what it sounds like, the game can still be fun for anyone, due to the deep realistic feeling it gives of what it’s like to manage a team.
Who0 Is Behind Soccer Manager?
The platform is powered by Steam, with the publisher being Soccer Manager Ltd. The player base for the platform is medium sized. It’s primarily a sports simulation for people who love football, AKA soccer. The platform was released in February of 2016.
Soccer Manager In Conclusion
Soccer Manager is hands down one of the top football management simulators in the world. Players will be immersed in a real-team accurately depicted experience as the owner and operator of a professional soccer team. Whether they want to manage a world famous franchise like Manchester United, or a lesser known underdog and take them from the bottom to the top, Soccer Manager is the game of game for people who love soccer (football).