Description:SoccerManager.com is free of charge. You manage your team using your web browser. Matches are played at least twice a ... more
soccermanager.com ... week. You can log on at any time to check the status of your squad, check results and fixtures, make player transfers or just have a chat with the rapidly expanding SoccerManager.com community!
Newest Review: ... are extensive and allow you to pick your players, substitutions formation, tactics such as long ball and tackling aggression and how attacking or defensive you want the team to play. There is also an in depth transfer system which enables the manager to sell poorly performing or aging players and replace with highly rated new ones. Subject to sufficient funds in the virtual account of ... more
Customer soccermanager.com Reviews (9)
by - written on 06/02/12 (Very useful, 109 readings)
I stumbled on this Internet site a few weeks ago while browsing the Internet in a glassy-eyes late night fashion. I thought it might be worth a look and signed up with the usual e-mail address and password requirements. I logged in the next day and before I knew what was going on I found myself the proud new manager of Stoke City FC. The basic idea of the game is to manage your allocated team to football greatness in the style of your choosing. The options are extensive and allow you to pick your players, substitutions formation, tactics such as long ball and tackling aggression and how attacking or defensive you want the team to play. There is also an ... Read the complete review
by The Dude - written on 08/12/11
I've been playing another, even more virtual manager game for almost 4 years now and started additionally my SM career 6 months ago. In comparison it is way more fun to have real players regarding their skills and their reputation in real life. The down side of SM is the commercial aspect as you can only participate in certain championships, manage a national squad and opt for a really good team in a new league if you pay the monthly fee - which is way too high. Another unbearably bad thing is the lack of communication with the officials - it's practically absent, almost as if you deal with a ghost.The bottom line is, if you do not take this game too seriously it is fun and a good distraction from work.
by - written on 22/07/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
This online role playing game is the best in its class and it is free! If you want to put yourself in the footsteps of managers such as Alex Ferguson or Arsene Wenger then sign up to this game! Once you get the grasp of where everything is and how to do things on your home then its a breeze! The player database is HUGE and is updated daily!! Player ratings are changed constantly in realtime so you can become and entrepreneur and buy players who you think will rise in ratings and then sell later for a profit! Take control of your very own squad and lead them to victory and silverware! Lots of formations and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/10 (Very useful, 225 readings)
If you have a great passions for football and are highly addicted to games like football manager and championship manager then you will love this. The only difference between those and this website is that soccer manager is completely free no charge what so ever you can even manage two clubs a once. Iv been on this website for around one year now and i think its fantastic. But in a way very unrealistic for example I'm Burnley and i have just bought Alexander del piero and xabi alonso. Aslong as you are at a club with money you can buy anyone you want. For example on my other club i am Blackburn and i was given 150 million transfer budget at the start of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/10 (Very useful, 123 readings)
Throughout the majority of my teenage years, I had a couple of teams in play-by-mail/play-by-e-mail fantasy football games - the best being In Off the Post but after several years certain setups become quiet and the game becomes a bit hackneyed, although the brilliant thing about IOTP is surely the amazingly up to date and deep database. I gave it up completely when I was about 18 only to return for a short time about two years ago, the game no longer whet my appetite anymore and I saw it as a waste of money. Like many other men (and some women too) out there, I still get drawn in by football management games and the Football Manager range does a lot to ease ... Read the complete review