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Puevlo
26-10-2009, 15:25
And if so, what will be the age cut off point for having them?

Obviously as women get older their ovaries stop working and they can no longer have children. This was fine when everyone was a male manager so it didn't matter how old you were. But it'd be a little gross for a 60 year old woman to have a son come through the game.

SWaRFeGa
26-10-2009, 15:27
I think you're delving way too far into the real world.

Nimic
26-10-2009, 15:28
Are you thinking about FIFA Manager by any chance?

Robbie S
26-10-2009, 15:28
errrrr... If a 60 year old woman has a son come through the game it'll be someone she's had in her early 40's. But no, this isn't considered in the game as it'd be a bit of a strange thing to spend time on :D

Russ_WWFC
26-10-2009, 15:31
They could even have a son with another manager and then air their problems on the Jeremy Kyle show when everything goes wrong

Puevlo
26-10-2009, 15:31
It's a well known fact that older women are likely to have more complications in pregnancy. So at the very least the sons of older female managers should have lower Potential Ability.

andylad
26-10-2009, 15:31
And if so, what will be the age cut off point for having them?

Obviously as women get older their ovaries stop working and they can no longer have children. This was fine when everyone was a male manager so it didn't matter how old you were. But it'd be a little gross for a 60 year old woman to have a son come through the game.

between this and the marriage thing I am going to assume something about you

you think weird things about FM

SCIAG
26-10-2009, 15:49
Goodness. You're thinking far too much into it.

You should be forced to go on maternity leave IMO.

Ant Farley
26-10-2009, 15:57
Absolutely magical suggestion :thup:

lutontown1991
26-10-2009, 16:03
And if so, what will be the age cut off point for having them?

Obviously as women get older their ovaries stop working and they can no longer have children. This was fine when everyone was a male manager so it didn't matter how old you were. But it'd be a little gross for a 60 year old woman to have a son come through the game.

Okay i'll just come out and say it... you're strange. If you've nothing constructive to add simply stop writing here. :rolleyes:

anthony
26-10-2009, 16:10
think this needs closing pointless thread.

lutontown1991
26-10-2009, 16:20
think this needs closing pointless thread.
Pure rubbish, mods close please? :thup:

Puevlo
26-10-2009, 16:28
Noobs are just jealous they didn't think of it first :(

SWaRFeGa
26-10-2009, 16:29
Noobs are just jealous they didn't think of it first :(

I am in no way jealous of your thoughts of knocking-up 60 year old female football managers.

Barkermush
26-10-2009, 16:35
This thread made me laugh! What an unusual thing to post.

lutontown1991
26-10-2009, 16:40
Noobs are just jealous they didn't think of it first :(

Oh so jealous... Your as bad as him.. Are you his 60 year old mum :rolleyes:

thundercracker
26-10-2009, 16:50
Just to try and make some sense of this, does your manager have a child that comes into the game?

I remember back on the snes there was Kevin Keegan's Player Manager, where after so far into the game your character retires and you then play your own offspring. Does this happen in FM? The question never dawned on me until I read this thread.

englandmanager
26-10-2009, 16:51
all females can have sons (well most)


wait what was the question again?

lutontown1991
26-10-2009, 16:52
Just to try and make some sense of this, does your manager have a child that comes into the game?

I remember back on the snes there was Kevin Keegan's Player Manager, where after so far into the game your character retires and you then play your own offspring. Does this happen in FM? The question never dawned on me until I read this thread.

Would you want this in fm? simple answer is no :thup:

SWaRFeGa
26-10-2009, 16:52
Just to try and make some sense of this, does your manager have a child that comes into the game?

I remember back on the snes there was Kevin Keegan's Player Manager, where after so far into the game your character retires and you then play your own offspring. Does this happen in FM? The question never dawned on me until I read this thread.

Yes, it has been proved in the past that managers (although very rarely) can have sons that appear in the game.

lutontown1991
26-10-2009, 16:57
Harry and Jamie Redknapp :) Sir Alex and Darren Ferguson, Brian and Nigel Clough...

mista T
26-10-2009, 17:16
You can play one file for as long as you like on football manager. Telling me it's realistic to have a 243 year old man? ;)

iamweesel
26-10-2009, 17:17
I wonder what you were thinking which led you to opening this thread.

englandmanager
26-10-2009, 17:19
I wonder what you were thinking which led you to opening this thread.

i'm guessing he was browsing a site that starts with YOU and ends with something rhyming with CORN

stevereay
26-10-2009, 17:19
Well when a man and a woman have .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ... and then 9 months later a stork delivers the baby to the mommy and daddy!!!!!

So techincally yes they could

Wilson123
26-10-2009, 17:20
I can't believe I actually read this post ffs

anthony
26-10-2009, 17:29
i cant belive the thread is still open shouldnt this be posted on fifa manager forums.

fmobande
26-10-2009, 17:31
omg this thread is so funny wow , talk about intercourse ,, pevluo thinks a baby comes out of men

digsy11
26-10-2009, 17:34
And if so, what will be the age cut off point for having them?

Obviously as women get older their ovaries stop working and they can no longer have children. This was fine when everyone was a male manager so it didn't matter how old you were. But it'd be a little gross for a 60 year old woman to have a son come through the game.

Just brilliant! :D

Robbie S
26-10-2009, 17:35
Closing this as thread has gone way off course.