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Football Manager 2011
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Football Manager 2011 Review

IGN
15 October 2015
  • Excerpt: Last year Sport Interactive saw off resurgent rival Championship Manager with an impressively polished iteration of its footy-franchise. With Eidos' sim now out of the picture for the time being (on the PC at least), it seems the Football Manager team have been content to remain in the comfort zone...
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Overall 9
9.0

Football Manager 2011

Fragland
9 June 2012
  • Excerpt: Back in the days Sports Interactive and Eidos worked together on the Football Manager games but as of 2004 both companies went their own ways. Eidos kept releasing soccer management games under the name of Championship Manager while Sports Interactive did the same with Football Manager.
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Overall 9
9.0

Football Manager 2011

Strategy Informer
6 October 2011
  • Conclusion: It might not reinvent the wheel, but that doesn’t stop it from being the most addictive version yet. Fantastic in every sense – here’s to a year of imaginary goals.
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Football Manager 2011 Review

VideoGamer.com
19 April 2011
  • Excerpt: It's time for another entry in the Football Manager series. Usually these reviews go along the lines of detailing the handful of new features and refinements, before ending with a comment that basically says that this year's game is the best yet, but really isn't all that different from the previous...
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Overall 9
8.5

Football Manager 2011

Operation Sports
6 January 2011
  • Excerpt: After 18 years, no one should doubt Sports Interactive's ability to release another quality version of
  • Pros: Dynamic game world., Accurate and thorough databases., Negotiations and management more fun.
  • Cons: MLS trading is tedious., Little competition when buying wunderkinds., Audio and visuals still iffy.
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Overall 9
8.5

A revised training system and new features such as the set-piece creation suite make this the most well-rounded and complete version of Football Manager to date.

GameSpot
12 November 2010
  • Summary: UK REVIEW--On paper, it might not look like a whole lot has changed in this year's Football Manager. However, the series has never been about grandiose, sweeping changes--and this year's tweaks, such as the improved training system, the redone contract negotiations, and the all-new set-piece...
  • Pros: Incredible depth of simulation, Proper contract negotiations, Improved 3D engine, More transparency with team tactics and blend, Deeper and more realistic experience than FM 2010
  • Cons: Snowfall during matches obscures the action, Multiplayer still an afterthought, Default skin's news feed can get a little confusing
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Overall 8
8.4

Football Manager 2011 review

PCGamer Online
5 November 2010
  • Conclusion: Demands more work than its predecessors. Get it right and there’s little as satisfying, but it’s easier than ever to get it wrong.
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Football Manager 2011 review

Telegraph.co.uk
28 January 2011
  • Summary: Football Manager 2011 is a rewarding and deep managing sim, which is sure to delight the faithful, provided they have level of commitment the game demands, writes Shane Richmond.
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Football Manager 2011 Review (PC/Mac)

Zath
25 November 2010
  • Excerpt: Yes, readers, it is indeed that time of year again! Football Manager 2011 was recently released , and after becoming completely addicted for what will probably be the better part of the next few months, I’ve decided it’s about time I just got the Football Manager 2011 review written up and get on...
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Overall 9
9.0

Football Manager 2011

Gamereactor
9 November 2010
  • Conclusion: A time thief returns. If you've played Football Manager before you know you run a risk of spending hours and hours in a digital fantasy world, when you should be focusing on your studies or family life. Last year Football Manager was a quality experience, but with few new innovations.
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