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Football Manager 2007 (PC CD)

Platform : Windows XP
105 customer reviews

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  • Feeder Clubs - Brand new to Football Manager 2007, and one of the most requested features on Sports Interactive's forums has been the addition of feeder clubs to the game.
  • Youth Revamp - A complete revamp of youth teams sees full youth squads for each team that has a youth set-up, thus giving a much better system for the regeneration of players in the long term game.
  • User Friendly Football Manager 2007 gives players a new easier to use default skin, along with hints and tips throughout the game, and an improved tutorial.
  • Scouting Revamp - A complete revamp of the scouting system inside the game leads to more information about players and teams being made available to managers, as well as a more realistic methodology for player scouting.
  • Player Interaction - You can now talk to any player in the world via the media. Player interaction allows you to tap up other teams stars or see if players will buckle under the pressure.
  • Team Talks - For more varied ways to talk to your team, SI have worked hard to deliver vastly improved team talks at half and full time.
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Game Information

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

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  • ASIN: B000GHED7S
  • Release Date: 18 Oct. 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,179 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Amazon.co.uk Review

In a nutshell:
Ron Managers of the world rejoice – the best football management game in the world just got better. From the original creators of Championship Manager comes the most in-depth and realistic strategy simulation ever seen.

The lowdown:
Having already got the balance between complexity and accessibility pretty much spot on, most of the improvements in this latest sequel are designed to make the game feel more organic and believable. A lot of it is simple stuff like being able to conduct team talks and see how players are responding to your dressing room dress downs, but it really makes a difference. It’s also possible for major clubs to sign up smaller ones as feeder clubs, while players themselves have a greater level of personality and new signings can be asked to recommend other players. None of the new changes have a massive impact on the way you play the game, but they all serve to create an even more immersive reality.

Most exciting moment:
The scouting engine has also received a major revamp and makes searching for new stars a lot easier. The scouts you send out can now learn from their experiences and a new scout report card makes it easier to get a quick overview while you do your superstar shopping.

Since you ask:
This version of the game still doesn’t have anything approaching moving graphics and its unlikely that’s ever going to change. The interface has been greatly improved though so that it’s not only easier to use but also faster and smoother.

The bottom line:
The best football management game ever made.-HARRISON DENT


We were sucked into this one and ended up playing for several hours straight through -- Computeractive

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4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kruppa on 25 Oct. 2006
I only own the demo but, after playing my friends version for twelve straight hours at a sleepover, I have to say it is the best manager game ever. This is because of the attention to detail, the accuracy and the levels of fun acheived while playing. Some people would find the circles on screen rather than real people, shown by graphics, annoying and silly, but this is not the case. It allows the game to flow smoothly, and leaves some of the action to your imagination. The team-talks are very helpful, and can turn your 1-0 down, boring team into an all-guns-blazing squad of superstars... even with Charlton. This is what the game is about. For example, a major challenge within the game is to try and keep Rotherham in League One. This was really fun and was well worth it, as you can experience both highs and lows, and as Rotherham, there were a lot of lows.

Feeder clubs, a new addition to the game, work well, and prove helpful, wether signing people on loan, or having a first option on an affiliated clubs players.

All in all, I would say that this is a brilliant game, and is well worth buying. I know I will...
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Tangerine VINE VOICE on 18 July 2007
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I've played every Championship Manager game from its inception and although this isn't called Championship Manager those familiar with the contract and licence wrangle will be aware the the Football Manager series is in reality the true set of sequels to the Championship Manager series I know and love. Allowing you the opportunity to be the manager of your team or any other you so wish to do so you must wheel and deal in the transfer market and ensure your players adopt the correct tactics to win Football games. The true genius with this game is that it utilises the greatest graphics card ever created. The brain. It is in reality a game where you imagine you are indeed at the healm of your team and your decisions make the difference in winning or losing. You deal with the media, moody players, discipline, issue new contracts (or not) the list is endless. You can even ask the board for more time if things are going wrong. It is the definitive Football Management game and I can't say much more than that. It won't be to everyones taste. But if you love Football then prepare to lose massive chunks of your live to your new job. You are the boss!
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65 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Neil Kealey on 18 May 2007
Oh, how I wish, really, really wish, that I didn't go to see my friend that evening, all those years ago, and how I wish he hadn't shown me the game he was playing. It was this game in its second outing. I had to have it. I got it. I even bought a new PC because mine wasn't powerful enough to play it. I have been addicted ever since.

It's many years on now. I have grown up, left home, got a degree, got married, got kids, and a mortgage, but one thing has been constant through all of that. One thing has been with me: this (insert expletive of choice here) game. I wish I could give it up and have tried, but I can't.

There is hope, I have heard stories of people who have successfully unhooked themselves from the Football Manager universe, but so far I have been unsuccessful. This is how bad it is: I applied for a job recently based on my success at this game. The interview was (unsurprisingly) unsuccesful.

Please Sega, please Sports Interactive just stop making these games. Think of the children; think of the wives; have some compassion. I used to have friends, I could've been someone. Look at me: I can't distinguish between football reality and Football Manager. I get confused when watching Match of the Day thinking, "He doesn't play for West Ham, he plays for Brighton..."

But I don't mind. I am actually not sure what I would do if this game didn't exist. I'd probably be a millionaire, but hey, who cares. It's great.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By JC on 18 Oct. 2006
I have been playing the demo for a few days and managed to get a look at an early copy of the full version yesterday and on first impressions it looks like SI have finally brought the FM series to the level of perfection that they managed with CM2001/02. The new feeder club feature is not perfect but does offer extra depth, it would be nice if you could set longer loans though (to get Eu passports for non EU players) but it does allow you to clear out reserves and youth players you can't give games to. It is the introduction of full youth teams and a new program (named FRED) which creates new youth players that takes the game to the next level and should hopefully add to the lifespan of the game.

Also the tactics now have a more visable effect on the games, it is now possible to turn games around by changing formation and unlike previous versions it is possible to play conservatively without getting punished. So it is possible to go on a good run of form, in previous versions 4-0 wins could often be followed by 'surprise' defeats to smaller teams.

However there are some major bugs in the game, including the deadly 'tactic reset' bug from both FM05 and FM06. This is where your defender's instructions are reset after a change of tactics and they end up conceding goals because the game has made them man mark opposition defenders or form the wall instead of man marking opposing strikers like you asked, you might end up throwing your monitor out the window with frustration if this cost you a game! So I would wait for the patch before starting a career game.
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