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List of Online Football manager games

Looking for the best non FM, online football manager games
Started on 10 May 2012 by 2pence
Latest Reply on 20 August 2020 by ViatorLipsia
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evansuk2000's avatar Group evansuk2000
6 yearsEdited
Hi people, I have been playing Hattrick for over 5 years, it's a fantastic game and you really reap the rewards if you put in place a decent training plan. Over 400,000 users, and better than ever.

If you fancy giving it a go >

www.hattrick.org
heyall's avatar Group heyall
6 yearsEdited
You should try myfootballmanager.net. It is very new, still in early beta stages, so there are some bugs, but it is promising so far :)
Olovops's avatar Group Olovops
6 yearsEdited
Any other suggestions ?

Goleada.org - manage your own team, find, buy and train players, select best tactic and squad, live matches and substitutes. Give it a try :)
http://trophymanager.com/?c=1988951

This is the only game I play. I have played for 5 years now and its the most addicting and fun game ive ever played. And ive played a lot of games.
Long time no hear:)

I recommend Goal Tycoon - this one offers all aspects which are in protagonists but one - you can exchange your virtual money to Euro using for example Paypal or skrill account. You can log in under below link (and in additionhelping me a little bit :) )

http://www.goaltycoon.com/bestfootballgame/BarTar
For those who want a difficult game, the derby manager is the most challenging, you have to start in the lower divisions and it is pure and tough management.

https://www.derbymanager.com/
For all German managers here in the forum, I can only recommend websoccer.ch. Websoccer consists of completely real teams and a very active transfer market.

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