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Football-o-Rama - Online soccer manager game

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Sport: Football (Soccer)
Url: www.frey-united.com/rama
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Football-o-Rama - Online soccer manager game

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Polish manager game (only polish language available).

Football-o-rama to pierwszy (gra uruchomiona została online we wrześniu 2002 roku) polski menedżer piłkarski online, w którym i Ty możesz prowadzić swój własny klub w rozgrywkach ligowych, pucharowych oraz meczach towarzyskich. Ponadto są tu jeszcze różne opcje transferowe (m.in. wypożyczenia, wolne transfery, wymiany), rynek obrotu akcjami klubów, typowanie wyników, zwalnianie i zatrudnianie trenerów, juniorzy, drużyny narodowe, rozgrywki "europejskie", obozy treningowe, itp.
Ale Football-o-rama to nie kolejny menedżer online nastawiony na setki tysięcy użytkowników (jak Hattrick, czy ManagerZone) - w naszej grze staramy się utrzymać atmosferę, w której każdy zna swoich rywali i najniższym poziomem ligi jest trzeci. Transfery nie odbywają się w formie licytacji, lecz poprzez bezpośrednie negocjacje kwoty transferowej lub warunków umowy z właścicielem zawodnika.

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2012-03-03 06:35:28 Deepak (unregistered) IP: 89.250.*.*
Thanks John. To answer your qusetion, yes and no.In general terms, the World Cup brings together a variety of teams from around the world with different levels of skill and ability. For example, this World Cup you have Brazil, Spain, Germany, and a handful of other world class sides competing against Algeria, New Zealand, North Korea and other nations whose low rankings coincide with their lack of talent. Brazil rank: 1 North Korea: 105 (though that match is not a great example because of the surprisingly strong defensive effort from North Korea). In past World Cups we've seen lopsided scores such as 8-0, 10-1, 6-2, etc. So with some of the first round match-ups high scoring was expected. But digging deeper, the gap is closing between the haves and have not's. And the have not's are growing tactical schemes that make the gap even smaller than it really is.Is this year's World Cup, with increasing pressure from supporters, there's been a strong sense of teams trying not to lose rather than trying to win. In the case of round 1 of the group stage, many teams trying to just get that 1 point out of the first match to get settled and give themselves a chance to advance with 2 matches remaining. This is a tendency with the group stage, just do enough to advance and make sure you don't concede anymore then you have too. On top of that, you get sides such as Switzerland playing Spain who rely on a strong and organized defensive effort to give them a chance against a highly skilled team like Spain. In the Swiss case, 1 point against the world #2 of Spain is a great achievement, and in the process their strong defensive effort gave them the opportunity to beat Spain, all they need was one great chance to score, and score they did. UPSET! This is life at the World Cup.

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