along with Kennedy, and i was partial to Sebastien Frey (i think this was all the same version)
Almost definitely spelled that wrong
i found it!
Absolute fucking boss.
Doesn't seem to have made it in CM/FM folklore but he was a real go-to for any Championship level club for me, and it was only ever a matter of time before bigger clubs came knocking on the door. The sim-run clubs never seemed to go for him without me having signed him first though ...
Was it City, or Leeds?
After another brief stint at Bayern (was it)?
Was a monster on CM00/01, though.
Was he at Hammarby with Bakircioglu?
Pretty sure they were both flexible wingers anyway.
Was pretty rubbish in real life at Everton I think
There was a wing-back as well. Forget his name. Veltins Kolarov or something. Guaranteed goals.
on a free
every version since about '99
Let's play "on a free"!
Download this. The KING of football management games - Ultimate Soccer Manager '98. Completely fucking badass. Been playing it for a few weeks. You can do a season in a day, it has an editor, you have complete control of clubs, including building stands and outer ground buildings, selling pitchside advertising, training, hiring staff, etc, etc, and obviously it's from BACK IN THE DAY.
Best football game ever, bar none.
I was thinking about this game the other day, but couldn't remember for the life of me what it was. Is this the one where you can take bungs, yeah?
Enjoy (if it works/is legit)
I absolutely loved this game. Thanks for signing away my free evenings.
Does anyone remember "Multi Player Soccer Manager". I loved that more.
this and the FMs around the time where ace. This was too much fun for the stadium stuff and all that tho.
There was a manager sim on the Playstation 1, I can't think of the name of it. Might have been some kind of version of this, maybe not tho. There was a mad thing in it where old players would retire then you'd get a young fella with all their stats to replace them. So you could just hoover up old legends for nothing just before they kicked it and you'd have a killer squad, that you could train up even better since they where like 16 or something.
I signed him for Yeovil in one of the versions. I could have sworn it was CM4 but that came out in 2003 and Dolgetta retired in 2001(according to wiki: http://goo.gl/tT8xV) so I dunno.
I've mentioned him to people IRL a few times when this topic came up but no-one else has ever hesrd of him.
I'm currently playing CM0102...now in the year 2041. Though it keeps crashing on the 3rd October, so this could be THE END.
every season, for bargain players who were easy to unsettle from their clubs.
the comments are worth a read. this thread has taken me right down memory lane. Rene Leferink making his champions league debut for my PSV side at 15 still fills me with pride. The kid went on to form a rather formidable partnership with a young Nando Torres.
Andrei Karadzamov. Bulgarian CF. 193cm, and fast. Scored at least 20 goals every season just from corners, 450 goals for my team, world player of the year multiple times over, averaged 8.10-8.35 every season.