Football Manager Guides
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Learn how to get the best out of training on Football Manager 2015. This guide covers all the aspects of training and it's intended for both beginners and veterans alike.
The complete Football Manager guide into the pairings and combinations that will help you come up with a logical selection of instructions when selecting the player roles and duties for your team. Updated for Football Manager 2015.
Facing injury problems? Follow our comprehensive guide to best arm yourself with in-depth insight that will enable you to fight injuries off and give your team the comparative advantage. Freshly written for FM 2015.
Pitches are the often overlooked home advantage, forget the 12th man, each blade of grass can be your teams best friend or worst enemy!
This guide offers you advice on the best ways to get current ability on par with potential ability. A brief look at team training, individual training, coaching staff, facilities, tutoring and game time.
Learn what each staff attribute means, which are the key attributes for each training area and for each club job. Updated for Football Manager 2014!
A guide which covers the most fundamental aspects of any title-winning side. Follow this guide and find yourself becoming one of the true legends within the game.
Which factors affect club finances? How to keep your balance tight and increase your earnings without cheating? What steps to take? This is what you’ll learn in this guide. Freshly written for FM 2014.
This Football Manager guide analyzes a practical framework which will help you organize a tactic under different fluidity/mentality combinations and give you tips on applying specific tactical settings.
A brief guide that explains how to best handle press conferences and team talks in order to give an edge to your team or at least make your team fight for every ball on the pitch.
A beginner’s guide to surviving the boot on Football Manager 2014.
The eleven step guide to help kick start your playing experience with Football Manager 2014.
This is my guide to getting a good deal in a potential transfer on Football Manager 2014.
The definitive guide to managing in the lower leagues. What team to choose? How to handle finances? What players to look for? This (plus a lot more) is what you'll learn in this guide for LLaMas.
Learn what each attribute means and which are the key attributes for each role and duty on the field. Updated for Football Manager 2014!
Why is it that the TC changes the creative freedom values for every philosophy? Do some philosophies fit more to specific tactical shapes / formations than others?
Playing the Australian league on Football Manager can be both a fun and rewarding process, while also providing good amounts of frustration.
The Major League Soccer is a daunting task for many, but once you get your head around all the different sub rules and regulations, it is a very fun and rewarding league to play in.
A Football Manager guide to youth and how to get the most out of them.
The way that you manage transitions plays an integral part in deciding whether you play a short passing possession orientated style or whether you adopt a more direct approach.
My guide to how I run a club in a Lower League Management scenario on Football Manager.
Detailed guide for selecting individual training roles in Football Manager 2013.
If you're always on the lookout for quality newgens in Football Manager 2013, this list of dates will help you find them the moment they are generated.
How to make your team have perfect familiarity with as many tactics as you want.
A few helpful tips that can help make managing a flexible tactics system much easier.
Football Manager 2013 has introduced the Director of Football, who, while not being perfect, is a great asset in FM 13 if used correctly.
Helping you with signing scouts and scouting assignments.
How to create a new nation in Football Manager 2012 from clubs originally in another nation.
How to test a custom database for financial and overall stability in Football Manager.
Tutoring is greatly underrated and underused by many in the FM community, but it is a very simple tool that makes youth development a whole lot more successful.