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Dream Goal - Online soccer manager game

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Sport: Football (Soccer)
User Rating: 27.45% (51 votes)
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Dream Goal - Online soccer manager game


A lot of effort has been put into making the DreamGoal match engine as realistic as possible. The match engine is the foundation for a fun and challenging game.
The game covers the principles of football in a comprehensive way. Firstly, a lot of information is connected to the players: 22 skill attributes and some general attributes. All 22 skill attributes and some of the general attributes are taken into account by the match engine. Secondly, there is the comprehensive tactics function, where you can give different instructions to the defenders, midfielders and forwards.
Everybody starts in Division 7 or 8. The two best teams advance to Division 6, and so on. Hence the game is totally fair, you won’t be placed in a high division just because you are one of the first to sign up.
All managers and football (soccer) players exist in the same "world". The "world" is not divided into countries, but each team has a nationality. So, who will be the best manager in the world?
The game is convenient to play and presents the right information where you need it.
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OSM Reviews



2012-03-03 10:29:42 Eka (unregistered) IP: 109.230.*.*
The morals or ielbefs would, to some extent, fall under the officiating crew's job description, wouldn't it?But because the definitions of what is and is not sportsmanlike conduct changes as the rules of game-play change, the Rule Book is more like a country's constitution than a holy text. Moreover, holy texts are interpreted differently based on denomination. The rule book of X sport for Y season won't be as open to interpretation. If your foot is out of bounds, it's out of bounds. The consequences of an out-of-bounds foot does not vary from case to case.I'm probably over-thinking it, but there are league rules and game-play rules. There's the athlete on the field and off the field. Sure, when your competing against another team or player, you are free to exercise a degree of sanctioned violence. Even as a spectator and not a participant, you can justifiably get swept up in the vicariously lived through excitement of the athletes. You want to shout and curse and flail your arms about? Go ahead. Once the game is over, however, you must return to your normal self. A devoted follower of a religion, on the other hand, may not necessarily wish to keep their worshiping self separate from their normal self.
2013-02-14 04:08:27 rod (unregistered) IP: 58.179.*.*
played this 1 since server breaks down too often causing delays in matches.has a graphical representation of match played with little dots running over field- not bad to watch if u have time and do not know result beforehand.


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