Posted by sean on April 2, 2006 at 8:21 pm in Video Games with No Comments

I am proof that television advertising actually works! After watching those TV commercials for the PC game Championship Manager 2006 (the one with men walking about with footballs shoved under their shirts as if to be pregnant) I decided to order the game.

It arrived on my doorstep yesterday morning and I have been playing around with it today. I am kind of new to these football management games, I did have a go at the 2002 version of Champ Manager a few years ago but never really got into it.

I am enjoying this game, naturally I have chosen Leeds to manage. I’m getting mixed results, although overall I would say I am doing well considering I am a newbie to the genre.

There are so many different conditions which can be changed and tactics to be managed. Being a football manager is a very hard job, I don’t envy the Leeds manager Kevin Blackwell, at least I don’t have any fans or media giving me grief.

One of my first games I played was against Hull City, the team Leeds lost 1-0 to in real life yesterday. I take it all back Kevin, Hull City are a fantastic side and right up there with Barcelona! :o)

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