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Football Manager 3
 
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This is the last of the highly underrated Football Manager series made by Addictive. It started off back in 1983 on Spectrum platform and Football Manager 3 was published exactly ten years after the first one. It isn't their best, but it gives the fans of manager games a good chance to remember how it all begun. Unfortunately, Football Manager 3 gives us the idea that the game was placed on shelves too soon because it isn't as polished as its predecessor, Football Manager 2.

The game begins with the choice of the league you want to play in: English or Scottish. After you have made your decision, you have to choose if you want the Premier League, Division One, Two or Three.

After all the initial choices have been made, you begin the game in an office from which you are in total control of evething that goes on in the game, ranging from accounts to team training and personnel. In order to make your team better, you will have to buy new players, and this can be done by using the telephone. You can also turn on your virtual desktop computer and see what games you've got coming in the next few weeks, and you can also play the game and watch the action unfold in front of your eyes! Brilliant!

The match sequence in Football Manager 3 consists of a rectangle occupying half of the screen, (with no centre circle or penalty-box) and the players that are even smaller than the ones in FM1. The one thing that sets this game apart from the other managers is the excellent coaching method. You can train each player individually with elaborate tactics and in relation to the formation of your line up.

If you are fed up of playing Championship Manager, then this is the game to try.

This game will work with Windows XP, but to play with the right colours and with sound (some mere "bleeps") you'll have to use DOSBox


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