can't decide whether to get FM 06 or Fifa Manager 06

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  1. Tom

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    Recommended PC
    Win XP SP2, 2.0GHz Processor, 256MB RAM, 8x CD ROM

    not availible for PS2.
     
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    No, but it's due out on PSP and Xbox 360 April 13th.

    PC Requirements:
    Minimum:
    Windows 98SE/2000/XP
    600MHz processor
    128MB RAM
    DirectX 8.1 compatible sound card
    4x CD-ROM drive
    1024x768 32-bit display
    650MB hard disk space
    Keyboard, mouse

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    1.8GHz processor
    256MB RAM
    8x CD-ROM drive


    (had to add the requested minimum specs, Tom. But recommended specs are highly recommended, more RAM even. :p)
     
  3. Tom

    Tom That Nice Guy

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    im gonna be honest, i checked play.com (nothing) so went straight to sigames.com

    I'm a bit like a communist mod, i get things done, just not very well.
     
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    I went to google, and found them on amazon :D


    I'm just a communist. (:/)
     
  5. gamerguy350

    gamerguy350 Reserve Team

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    I'm upgrading my computer for when Oblivion comes out (around 600 dollars in new parts), and that includes getting more RAM, so I'll look forward to playing with a larger database :)
     
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    once again proven, Google>Life


    anyway back on topic..:p
     
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    Thanks man, is good to hear that my god damn old computer (700 Mhz and 256 RAM) can support this game that so many people recommended me.

    I had played TCM 2004, but never CM/FM ... any suggestions what league should I start playing? ... I heard that Peru 1st Division is in the game, is a good choice for a start? .. thanks :)
     
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    I'd say starting in a league where you know the players is a very good choice.

    Do remember that you are on the low end of the specs, so keep to one or two leagues and small or medium database.
     
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    Yea I'm coaching Alianza I send Ciurlizza, Cruzado, Arakaia (defender) and Forsyth to Europe already.




    btw I'm looking for a talented young (any nation) Left Winger, any suggestions? plz
     
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    Tobias Hysen for one.
     
  11. Pizarro14

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    Wow thank you he's pretty damn good but he doesn't want to come to South America :( lol.


    Question: Why is it when I tell the owners to expand the stadium they don't want too? also why do only 2000 or less fans come to the game? will it grow or what?
     
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    Depends on the opposition probably and the competition. An opponent with a higher reputation will attract more fans.
     
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    And your results also. When you get better results, more fans come. The board will only agree to expand if the attendance is close to the current maximum capacity. And some stadiums just can't be upgraded.
     
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    Like Juve's :(.
    "The stadium can't be upgraded because it's not owned by the club". I can't change it anyway, the average attendance is 20,000, just like in real life :(.
     
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    I'm so angry my team was so close to being in the copa libertadores and for some f*cked up reason all there morale was either poor, or ok :(
     
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    Luis Alberto Henandez becomes to be the best Left Mid from Peru. He will always accept your offer since your coaching alianza.
    You shouldnt sell your yougnsters, sell your old guys.

    [​IMG]
     
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    that's what I'm doing, always sold my old players (Jayo, Pepe Soto, Salas, Flavio Maestri) I got some young talented players from Alianza's youngers but they don't work together or slack off (in other words there morales are down) I didn't know we can ask other teams for friendly games.
     
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    Bear in mind that youngsters (especially before the age of 19/20) are much more prone to problems holding morale after a bad result or even simply because of media pressure being heaped on their shoulders ....

    Some kids can handle the pressure week-in, week-out, many can't - as a manager working out how much pressure your players can cope with is part of your job (also please watch out for over-playing kids as this can seriously affect their development).

    As a pointer for helping with consistency with young teams, look to have at least a couple of older heads with good professionalism, workrate and high leadership qualities in the side - this will give the youngsters people to look towards for an exxample should things start going wrong on the pitch ...
     
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    thank you, your right :rockman:
     
      

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