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Originally posted by danny_a erm.. thats NOT a big relief, cuz the screen says tournament mode; that means i can play a single tournament, thats not a season.... i would like to play an entire season i.e. local league + cl + local cup (if the team i'm using has qualified for those things)
Originally posted by mojito19 I wonder if we would be able to play with 2 human users in the same career file. I know it's a little weird but a friend had asked me that.
This is yet another feature that has been egregiously left out of FIFA, yet exists in many other EA games. Let me tell you, there is nothing better than playing out a career mode with several of your friends, all vying for trophies against each other over an extended number of seasons. Doubt it will happen for FIFA 2005.
Hopefully other teams will make transfers but big players wont go to small teams because that would be ****. Also, EA should think about the age of players and make them retire when they come to a certain age.
Originally posted by Honest Man Hopefully other teams will make transfers but big players wont go to small teams because that would be ****. Also, EA should think about the age of players and make them retire when they come to a certain age.
I did hear them say in A Producer diary that players would retire and that new players would come up.
He played the full game alreayd, and he confirmed that you must start with a Division 2 team..
guess that ends the mystery?
Personally, I reckon tahts a stupid idea..
hopefully they'll have a season mode which is like career without the manager side of it......
else, not much point getting the game..
i will NEVER be motivated enough to go through multiple seasons with some Dvision 2 team before getting to play as Man Utd... (also the reason I ain't playing Master League in Winning 11)...
HOPEFULLY, there is some last minute changes to this and let the users choose...
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