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    Football Manager 2011

    Does anyone play Football Manager? Its such an addictive game! I love it, can't wait for 2012 to come out.

    Also does any one have Steam installed on their computer? if yoo do add me to yoor friends list :

    Steam ID = shaneroach88


    Link to Football Manager 2012

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    Answers : No.
    Nop, dont have it

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    I played it before, don't really like it that much.
    Prefer games like PES where I can actually play some real football and control the scores

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    yeah i love playing FIFA, im not keen on PES although every year i buy both

    what console do yoo use?

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    I don't really play console games, mainly PC games.

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    ohhh i see, i only have my laptop at the moment so i cant really play it on there.

    only good old football manager!

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    So I take it, your in charge of the Chelsea team? Trying to be AVB? lol

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    in that game i took over from Ancelotti :P won the leauge in my first season then i went down to Blue Square Premier for a challenge with Luton lol.

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    lol, too bad, its only a game =/
    We need trophies =D

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    Quote Originally Posted by realisoph View Post
    lol, too bad, its only a game =/
    We need trophies =D
    Yh, by jusdging how well i did on the game i would be better then Mourinho :P lol

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    Mourinho sucks, he manages a dirty team and plays dirty football.

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    Mourinho doesnt suck! he won us our first league title in 50 years! i think hes one of the best managers we have ever had.

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    He was lucky
    Look at him and real madrid, he teaches his players how to play dirty football. Did you see the incident when he pulled barca's assistant coaches ear? lol

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    LOOOL..

    I love mourinho, i will never forget whaat he done for us, i still think he is one of the best coaches in the game, i love his personalitty, he plays defensive football which is a bit annoying, but if yoo can lead 2 different clubs to champions league glory in under 10 years, yoo gotta be suttin special.

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    lol.
    I think differently

    Before I liked him, because he won so many trophies with Chelsea, Inter Milan and now Real Madrid.
    But after watching all the games where they Real Madrid play Barca, they always seem to play dirty football.

    AVB is a manager I will never forget, some say he has similarities with Mourinho haha.. I think he will be better than Mourinho.

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    @Shane

    Yes mate!! Couldn't agree more...
    I miss him! Wish he stayed longer.

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    @Faiza

    I totally agree. i miss him too

    @Soph

    I love AVB personality aswell, and its not a problem people play dirty gives it a better watch. look at stoke they beat people up all the ttime lol.

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