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11Clarkie11
26-04-2009, 16:56
I can't seem to get into the game at the minute, and I'm looking for a team to manage, that isn't too hard, but they still make a good long term game?

Can anybody reccomend a team please?

ChewyFun
26-04-2009, 16:57
Any preference on League/Country?

CaptainPlanet
26-04-2009, 17:00
http://community.sigames.com/showthread.php?t=57135

11Clarkie11
26-04-2009, 17:22
Anyone in England top two divisions, Spain, France, Holland, Germany, France or U.S.a Top division?

crouchaldinho
26-04-2009, 17:24
St. Albans City. :thup:

CaptainPlanet
26-04-2009, 17:26
I recommend Benfica

RyanBRFC
26-04-2009, 17:32
I chose Leicester City in English League 1..
They good for a good challenge to get to premier league and have a reasonable transfer budget, Im playing as Leicester now and have got them to the premier league in 3 seasons..

I had a 100points and still didnt win the league! :mad:

11Clarkie11
26-04-2009, 18:17
Thanks people. You had 100 points and DIDN'T win the league :o. Ouch.

DaveDaveDave
27-04-2009, 19:41
Err...if you're still looking for help, Southend are fun to play with. Not much money to spend, but a decent squad. I've just finished my first season and managed to win League One on the last day of the season, snatching it from Leicester and Leeds. Fun game, and a bit of a challenge.

jackripper
27-04-2009, 19:56
valenica with players like villa, solva mata albiol

earmack
27-04-2009, 21:05
Try a team like Bourdeaux, Ligue 1 is very competitive. You could finish 10th or 1st.

Maybe Hamburg/Bayer Leverkusen in Germany would be fun.

heathxxx
27-04-2009, 21:23
St. Albans City. :thup:

That's biased that is... ;)

Erm, I'll say managing a club in the Spanish Segunda B1,2,3 or 4. All the same level, just split regionally before you reach the Spanish second tier.

Not too difficult to get up from the Segunda B, though the playoffs add a bit of extra spice. I did see a team win the B3 once by 25 clear points, only to lose in the playoffs and miss out on promotion. Coincidentally, the team that finished second to them, got promoted through the playoffs. :eek:

Once you get into the LIGA adelante (Spanish 2nd division), things begen to get tough. There's quite a big difference in quality between teams at the top half of the table and the bottom half. If you can survive that first season, you're doing well.

It might take a couple of seasons to get promoted to the LIGA BBVA (Spanish 1st division) and that's a challenge in itself. First aim again is survival, second is finishing top half of the table or maybe pushing for a European place, then it's to see if you can get higher than Barça or Real Madrid.

If you manage to do it, you'll be happy in the knowledge that you've taken a provincial minnow past two of the biggest clubs in the world. :thup:

Jirki88
27-04-2009, 21:46
If your computer can handle it and you don't mind some loadingtime, try load everything and start as jobless with the worst reputation possible and without the ability to speak english, french, spanish, portuguese, russian, german or italian. Then aim to win the World Cup. That's a long-term-game. :)

Moretz
28-04-2009, 09:48
I find i can only stay interested while managing the team i support in real life, also I have to manage a side that will provide me with a challenge. Once i signed over from ukraine to Byern Munchen, i just went on vacation cause i kept winning everything. Resigned after 1 season and went back to ukraine.

hursty2
28-04-2009, 10:04
Wigan Athletic, decent squad with potential :thup:

PhroX
28-04-2009, 10:07
Try managing in a new country. I started a game in China, and it was great fun (I've since moved to Spain).

Places like Asia or South America and so on are a nice change after managing in big European countries.