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FIFA Manager 07 (PC DVD)

by Electronic Arts
Windows XP
 Ages 3 and Over
2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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  • Unearth Your Protégée
  • Climb the career ladder
  • build your squad
  • prepare for the future

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Game Information

  • Platform:   Windows XP
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000HG1H22
  • Release Date: 2 Nov 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,206 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

FIFA Manager 07

Manufacturer's Description

Control is everything in the world of football management, and this year FIFA Manager 07 provides all the tools you need to make it to the big time.

In the Office: Stay abreast of your career options by keeping an eye on rival teams' interest in you using the new Manager Transfer Market.

In the Dugout: Take your club to the next level with a more detailed transfer system. Sign cooperation agreements with other clubs to share players and resources and take responsibility for your four youth teams.

On the Field: Extend your influence onto the pitch by training a player and taking control of him during matches and by using advanced tactical changes and substitution options on-the-fly.

With an enhanced and user friendly editor system, upgraded player AI and polished match presentation, FIFA Manager 07 boasts stunning levels of realism that will have you sweating it out in your office awaiting the Chairman's dreaded vote of confidence!

Key Features:

Unearth Your Protégée
Select a player in Player Career mode, train him & develop his skills up until he's worthy of a slot in your starting 11. Then showcase those skills on the field by taking control of him in 3D Match Mode. Alternatively, increase your Manager Rating to control a different player every game in Match To Match mode.

Climb the Career Ladder
Scour the Manager Transfer Market as you build your reputation to view other clubs' opinions of you in real-time. Pre-signature deals that will influence the situation of your future clubs, and so much more...

Build Your Squad
Capitalise on successful loans with extensions or transfers, guided by players' wishes, and take advantage of swap deals involving up to three players on each side.

Increase Your Options
Team up with another club to establish a Cooperation Agreements. Then pool your resources by exchanging promising players and making use of each other's youth academies.

Prepare for the Future
Bring through tomorrow's stars by overseeing your youth team. View line-ups, match reports and full stats or scout international tournaments and camps to discover new talent. Set up your own youth camps around the globe and play the Youth Transfer Market to bring the best early stars to your club.

Experience More Realism
Enjoy improved AI and completely free camera control in 3D Match Mode. Make one-click tactical changes and use easy substitution options to impose yourself on the game, then save the resulting highlights to share with other players.

Play it Your Way
Craft your own players, clubs and leagues with FIFA Manager 07's enriched editor and swap your creations with other players.

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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Fifa 07 Manager is a good game but its for more people who don't want much of a challange or who don't want a really tactical game. You get to choose what sort of game you want though e.g. Very Easy, Easy, Normal and Hard. This game also lets you manage a country and club at the same time unlike FM. Another great feature is that you have a whole personal life section where you can see you marital status, your family tree, Tells you how much fortune you have, lets you choose from buying cars, houses, luxury eqipment and lots more. It even give's you the option if you want to play golf for crying out loud. Now that feature is one of the greatest in this game. Also in the facilities section you can build loads of things around your training camps like car parks, theme park, flats and airports! It really does give a wide choice! You also can open youth camps in America, Canada, Africa and places like that. Watching a match in 3-D is also brilliant especially when the clubs actually have the right kits and badges and the players look like they do in real life! But if you don't want to view it in 3-D or if you just fancy something different you can view the game in text mode which gives you oppertunitys during the game to either tell the player to pass or shoot or even where to place a penalty. theres also Vid mode or just plain instant results. There is also a great internet feature where its like a sports website and gives you all the gossip, latest scores which appears at least once a week. The layout and smartness of the game is pridictable from EA- Perfect. A really well presented game as usual. There's still a lot I haven't commented on as there is so much in this game that is really good.

But now on to the cons.

This game takes up quite alot of time.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Average game 29 Sep 2007
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
I made the mistake, a couple of years ago, of buying championship manager and never really got to grips with it so I bought Premier league manager 2002. Year on year I bought the EA sports management sim game because the databases of top teams have on the whole been accurate as far as the 1st team players were concerned and haven't been disappointed with the game play. However when it comes to the Rest of Europe in terms of managers, chairmen and backroom staff there's no research and you even have to put the names of the managers and chairmen of the Premier League and Championship etc. The only other thing that annoys me is that Youth team system which should have accurate info about the youth team players of the respective teams instead of just creating the players at the startof a new game. The one thing that is an improvement is the difficulty level which you can increase. But be warned, when you've increased it you can't reduce it again! You can, if you want to, change the stability of the board of directors - Long-term planning, Patient, Average, impatient, or insane. Not yet tried insane but expect that you'll be out of a job in 3 matches if you don't win!!
Overall I think this is the best Management sim game around but could still be improved. What I would like to see back again is being able to purchase shares in bluechip co's, more involvement in personal life and higher pay from the board when you start as Manager/head coach.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bigger & better than ever before 13 Nov 2006
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Footy management sims are kind like Marmite, you are either in the fan club and madly in love with them or you hate them with all your living soul.

IMO FIFA Manager (aka LFP Manager in France, Fussball Manager in Germany or Total Club Manager in Spain) is probably the most user friendly of all the footy management sims without selling out and just being a shell of a game that you will see through after a few hours.

Being an EA title is has all the licences that you can shake a pointy stick at (and growing, this year they added even more lower leagues from around Europe). Not only that the game also comes with a nifty and easy to use data editor so you can keep you database up to date with the latest signings or just modify the exist data as you see fit. Or if you can't be bothered with the extra hassle just download the databases that other users will modify.

The 3D engine makes this game stand out from other games in this genre but as you get engrossed into this game you will probably opt to review you matches via text or instant result mode just due to time constraints (keeping the luxury of the 3D mode for key matches).

This year you can also take control of a player in a 3D match via Player Career mode. The idea is you train him and develop his skills up until he's worthy of a slot in your starting 11. Then showcase those skills on the field by taking control of him in 3D Match Mode. Alternatively, increase your Manager Rating to control a different player every game in Match To Match mode. Toi take full advantage of this you really need a joypad and it helps if you know the FIFA action game controls as they are almost identical.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed 3 April 2009
Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
Disappointed in yet another 3D football game that doesn't take any notice of your instructions to the team. Change from long ball game to short ball game, change from defensive mode to attacking mode and the team plays the way it always does. Perhaps I just have a rebellious side or I have no influence on my star players. Whatever it is,it is now packed away with previous disappointments and I am back playing Total Manager 2005 which does allow you to advise your players and who surprisingly enough do try to adapt to a change of tactics. That doesn't mean I always win or that it is sour grapes regarding the other games I have played..
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars adding subs
Great game but how do you add subs to your teams? Its shocking! The booklet does not tell me neither does the internet. Can someone please tell me? It would be greatly appricated.
Published on 22 Nov 2011 by James
1.0 out of 5 stars Hate it or Love it! I Hate it.
Hey, I was a massive fan of fifa manager 06 and as soon as I found out that this game was coming out I hurried off to my local asda and purchased this game for a retail price. Read more
Published on 31 Jan 2007 by Nomadness
1.0 out of 5 stars The worst Manager game... ON EARTH
This is a truly awful manager game.

I have played better manager games, that are 5 years old!

The only good part about it was being able to see 3-D Players
Published on 10 Jan 2007 by Mr. J. E. Norman
2.0 out of 5 stars Not as Good as Football Manager
I recently played this game at a friends house, and was very dissapointed.

Having read the other reviews, I was expecting something spectacular, but what I found was a... Read more
Published on 29 Dec 2006 by Mrs. F. Norman
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Once You Get To Grips With It
FIFA Manager 07 is a Great game once you get to grips with it.

It takes a day or two to work it out but once you have it is addictive! Read more
Published on 22 Nov 2006 by SFCSMITHY
4.0 out of 5 stars This long so to put it short it's pretty good
This game is very fun and you really should play it.

It's not fun unless you can see the players in 3-D like you can in this game. It's very easy to win. Read more
Published on 30 Aug 2006 by Akshkay
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