In the F.A. Premier League Manager 2001, there's a new user-friendly interface that allows you to scroll through players, formations, tactics and reserve players, as well as browse the leagues and transfer market.
The game features a new attribute masking mode, which allows you to block out specific attributes of players, so that you don't get a full run-down of a player's abilities. You can also use this mode to improve your squad.
The game was a great success for Sports Interactive, selling more than 300,000 copies in the UK alone. It was praised for its realistic and fair game engine, great management routines, and the inclusion of many new features, which had all been developed in just two years.
The game was a great success for Sports Interactive, selling more than 600,000 copies in the UK alone. It was praised for its realistic and fair game engine, great management routines, and the inclusion of many new features, which had all been developed in just two years.
Championship Manager: Season 02/03 was released in October 2002. The game included many new improvements, particularly in the physics engine, which allowed for more realistic weather conditions, the ball now maintaining its shape after it leaves the players feet, and the inclusion of new player types. More realistic movement techniques, including using the wrong foot to move the ball in the opposition's half, were also introduced. The pitch was also now the size of the pitch in the real-world, rather than the old size of the pitch.
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Anything lower and the quest becomes survival with very limited funds, and more often than not, a huge debt that needs to be cleared before any new players can be bought - only 35-year-old pros or teenage hopefuls are usually available for free. The point is it now seems harder than ever to get a team to rise above itself and outperform its initial 2001/02 standings - I should know as I got Spurs into the Inter Toto Cup in my first year but still got the sack. 827ec27edc