Being a manager is about getting the best out of people. Getting the best performance from your players and coaching staff, getting the support of the board and the media, and the best deals out of other clubs and player agents.
Get it right and it can seem like the easiest job in the world - everyone thinks you’re great - but all it takes is a little bit of bad luck and you’ll be hanging
on by your fingertips!
Pick your team from one of the five European leagues (UK, France, Spain, Italy and Germany) running simultaneously and take complete control of transfers, tactics, team management, squad rotation, finances and club development.
You’ll be requesting money to rebuild the squad from your chairman, issuing instructions to trainers and coaches, handling negotiations with player agents, massaging player’s egos and trying to fend off the more intrusive members of the press.
What will be more important: taking control of a training session, doing a newspaper interview or renegotiating a contract? You’ll experience all the emotions of football management in Premier Manager 2004-2005. Now you’ve just got to find out if you’ve got what it takes…
Intel from 2GHz or equivalent
1 GB RAM
Shader Model 2.0 compatible graphics card
430 MB available space
Windows 7 or newer
Intel Core i3 @ 3.0GHz or higher
2 GB RAM
Intel HD 4000 or equivalent
450 MB available space
|Languages:||English / French / Italian / German|
|Developer:||ZOO Digital Publishing|
|Publisher:||Funbox Media Ltd|