Online soccer manager game
FreeKick offers you the most tactically challenging football simulator available on the net. Your opponents are clubs controlled by real life managers like yourself.
Together you share a strong community where the decisions of the managers decide success or failure in cups and leagues.
Freekick combines the elements of economic management, tactical options, and community interaction. To consistently win, it is necessary for a manager to utilize all three of these elements. The basic idea of Freekick is to manage a football team wisely, whether it be in buying and selling players, setting the team's lineup, or expanding the arena to the perfect size. The main tasks of a manager every week include choosing a friendly if the team is not in the national cup, setting the optimal lineups for both the league game and cup/friendly game, "pulling" a player from the team's little league and either selling, keeping, or firing that player as needed, monitoring the team's training program to track the progress of the trainees, and tracking the economic progress of the team from week to week to make sure the club is making a profit over time. Freekick is finely balanced to attract both the active managers who prefer to play every day, and casual managers who log in once per week.
During almost every Freekick week, a dedicated manager completes all of the described tasks. In addition, teams have a number of tasks that must be completed, including transferring players as needed and expanding the arena if necessary. Freekick is never-ending, but the vast majority of teams play to win games and ultimately reach the top of the league's pyramid or / and to win the International Cup and the League Cup; therefore, when a team consistently wins games at every level, or has won a treble (Premier League, League Cup, International Cup), that team has "won" the game. Managing a Freekick team to success takes patience and skill, as well as a little luck.
Freekick's game engine doesn't reward the managers who play for a long time. The match engine allows teams with better tactics and choice of players to win, and although sponsor income depends on the level of competition, a team active for a long time doesn't have any default advantage over a newbie. As opposed to the common standard of browser-based MMOG games, Freekick is not repetitive, and success isn't based on time spent in the game.
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