Football World Manager 2000

Football Manager is a remake of the classic football game Football Ma...

  • Last Updated: Nov 15, 2010
  • License: Freeware / Free
  • OS: Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me, NT
  • Publisher: EA Sports

Description of Football World Manager 2000

In Football Manager 2000 you have the chance to manage any team from 20 league's in 7 different countries, including English Premier league, English division 1 and 2 , Spanish's La Liga and French champion league.
Also there are plenty of stadiums that are realistic to date with a lot of the teams having the kits that are fairly accurate and having all the players that they should and MOST importantly the players having all the correct names and spelling. After choosing which team you would like to manage you then get to live the life of a football manager going through the day to day challenges in which to deal with, such as buying and selling players, setting team formation's and strategies. You also get to set training schedules of your players to try to improve there abilities and skills.
Now for game play normally in the majority of footie management game's when in a match you only have a choice of viewing the match being played out in just results e.g goals, players sent off and booked and basic commentary or a 2d viewing of the match.
But in Football Manager 2000 you get to watch the match in result form (as explained above) watch short highlights of the match OR the full match in wait for it 3D yes the highlights and the full match are both shown in the new 3D engine of Football Manager 2000.
Each team in the game also has a different amount of funds available to them which if playing as a premier league team you will have a greater amount of funding to throw at different players then if you were managing a lower team.
A big problem i found was with the commentary was pretty poor as the comments Andy Gray and Martin Tyler are not vary varied at all.
The actual game itself is fairly difficult to play if you have never played a management game before, but the interface is not to difficult to find your way around.
Requirements: No special requirements

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