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Mike212
09-04-2010, 11:06
I have got pretty bored of this game since I know all the best players on the game so what team should I manage. Ieven fast forwarded it to 2020 and i was still bored anyway. So does anyone have any ideas

I have managed southend, man utd, udinese and barcelona so far.

Thanks :)

kieronbrown73
09-04-2010, 11:07
Why don't you try a more obsure league.

I had great fun in South Africa.

Fabio MVP
09-04-2010, 11:09
I have got pretty bored of this game since I know all the best players on the game so what team should I manage. Ieven fast forwarded it to 2020 and i was still bored anyway. So does anyone have any ideas

I have managed southend, man utd, udinese and barcelona so far.

Thanks :)
http://community.sigames.com/showthread.php?t=153796

Welcome to the forums. :thup:

Cougar2010
09-04-2010, 11:10
Don't sign players you know, use your scouts.

Manage in a different nation, there are 90 odd available.

Eugene Tyson
09-04-2010, 11:11
If you know all the greatest players and you get bored what team should I manage?

How about a team that you don't know in a league that you don't know.

Mike212
09-04-2010, 11:20
But I want to be in a league where I can get into the Uefa Champions league.

Eugene Tyson
09-04-2010, 11:25
How about Portugal, France, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Malta, Sweden, Finland, Russia?

I actually found Holland quite challenging, because any good player is sold under your nose by the board accepting bids of under €10m, so keeping a balanced team was quite difficult and winning the champs league was difficult.

Mike212
09-04-2010, 11:48
Fiorentina, Hoffenhiem, WOlfsburg, CSKA Mosckow, Palemero, Lyon, Sunderland.

Are any of them a good save or a challenge

Cougar2010
09-04-2010, 11:55
Fiorentina, Hoffenhiem, WOlfsburg, CSKA Mosckow, Palemero, Lyon, Sunderland.

Are any of them a good save or a challenge


They all seem decent choices at the level you want.

You've already managed in Italy & England so you may not want to go with Fiorentina, Palermo or Sunderland.

I would imagine CSKA & Lyon would have fairly high domestic expectations so if you don't want as much pressure the German clubs may well be the better pick.

I would also consider Dutch or Portugese sides though.

Eugene Tyson
09-04-2010, 11:57
I was Mantova in Italy, I think they are league 1 or 2? That was a bit of challenge, got them promoted then eventually into Champs League then eventually won it.

Sunderland could probably be a bit of a laugh... Darren Bent and all.

I've never played with Hoffenheim or Wolfsburg. But I can't imagine the German league being great in the game.


How about picking a team that got knocked out of this years Europa league?


All these played the last 32 of the Europa League

Bold = country
Bold red italics = recommended country/club to start with

England Everton
Russia Zenit St. Petersburg
Belgium Racing Genk
Slovenia Maribor
England Aston Villa
Romania CFR Cluj
Greece AEK Athens
Belarus BATE
Spain Villarreal
Romania Dinamo Bucureşti
Czech Republic Teplice
Estonia Levadia
Spain Valencia
Portugal Benfica
Switzerland Sion
Azerbaijan Baku
Italy Lazio
Portugal Nacional
Bulgaria Litex Lovech
Kazakhstan Aktobe
Italy Genoa
Netherlands Heerenveen
Czech Republic Slavia Prague
Russia Dynamo Moscow
France Guingamp
Netherlands Ajax
Norway Stabęk
Netherlands Twente
France Toulouse
Scotland Heart of Midlothian
Serbia Partizan
Turkey Sivasspor
Germany Werder Bremen
Turkey Trabzonspor
Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
Ukraine Shakhtar DonetskTH
Germany Hertha BSC
Ukraine Vorskla Poltava
Croatia Dinamo Zagreb
Czech Republic Sparta Prague (UCL Q3)

IanRx
09-04-2010, 12:01
Why not try some LLM.

I've just started a game with Havant and Waterlooville and it's great fun. Spending a little time on transfers and ending up with a 4 /5 star starting 11 is a grand feeling. Just make sure you work on getting full time contracts and a parent club :)

Deisler26
09-04-2010, 12:04
My favourite FM10 games have been with Empoli, Albacete and AC Ajaccio. All teams that can be built up.

Mike212
09-04-2010, 12:29
Okay, how about Sporting CP or Benfica. They have some bloody amazing players.

Kenco
09-04-2010, 12:33
Try Northern Ireland. It's a low rep league so you can't attract very good players, but you can still enter the Champions League.

Mike212
09-04-2010, 12:59
OKay, I think I'll manage Fiorentina and Sunderland in different saves and maybe CSKA Moscow and Hoffenhiem.

Whoever's managed any of these teams, do you think they're a good save?

AB-forever
09-04-2010, 13:02
Maybe try a smaller Ukrainian team. I would imagine it would be hard to keep Dinamo Kiev and especially Shakhtar from winning the title because they have so much more money and repuation than the rest of the league.

Mike212
09-04-2010, 13:13
I'm going to manage Fiorentina and Sunderland. And maybe Hoffenhiem, Napoli and CSKA Moscow..
For the people who have manages any of these teams, are they a good save? (Y)

Luton Town
09-04-2010, 15:15
i personally like it when you start low and then work you way up to the premiership and then champions league

Fausto
09-04-2010, 15:47
i personally like it when you start low and then work you way up to the premiership and then champions league

yeah i was going to say the same thing if you get bored easy just go to the lower in Spain or England or Portugal, but the lower is a lot of fun and youll have to do a great job to win cups...

Eugene Tyson
09-04-2010, 15:51
None of the teams I highlighted there tickle your fancy?

craigcwwe
09-04-2010, 15:58
How about a team that you don't know in a league that you don't know.

This, Often these saves turn out to be your favourites as you have no idea what to expect.