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Soccer Project - Online soccer manager game

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Sport: Football (Soccer)
User Rating: 39.67% (121 votes)
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Soccer Project - Online soccer manager game


SoccerProject is an online football manager game.


SoccerProject is free. Managers who support us financially get some extra features, but the game itself is the same for all managers, so the game really is free.


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2012-03-03 11:34:09 Alfonso (unregistered) IP: 46.252.*.*
Hey Matt, as expected you vropided a bunch of top notch information. I like the comparison to heavy metal. A couple questions I have:1. How many people are showing up to Wizards games? New stadium would imply a good number, but I still have no idea what that number would be. How about the bigger MLS cities? Just curious about turnout. 2. Why do players, when they get hit, act like they've been stabbed by the opponent and roll around for extended periods of time? You'll see dudes rolling around in the background when no one is even paying attention to them. I understand selling a call, it has almost ruined the NBA, but it seems a bit extreme to me. I like hearing some Spaniard responses to their Swiss defeat I can't believe we lost. They make watches and chocolate! I always find myself cheering for the underdog, so that was a good match indeed. Thanks for the input!
2013-08-11 10:12:31 math (unregistered) IP: 93.147.*.*
played this for 5 years and got to the very top of it, but then quit for the lack of development which caused dramatic fall in manager numbers. the game wasn't very good to start with, it was more a mathematical sim than a football sim, everything you did was based on math and calculations. tactics was inexistent, the results were most of the time decided by mathematical calculations of a general team power, which was decided by the players overall. at times there would be random results, where you could lose to a team with lower team power, but rarely. there was no way to make enough money to survive at the top levels except by trading tens of players each season for a long period of time and then using the profits to make a strong team. after that team would grow too old, you would have to just relegate and while doing so to repeat the process of trading players for cash for a long period of time again, which means that it was basically a rollercoaster of promotions and relegations. you went up for a few seasons, then you went down when your team was too old, then down again, then up once more. although it was pretty fun on the overall, frankly i don't even know why i stayed in for so long, maybe because it was easy once you realized what needs to be done and because of the community there. i don't recommend no one to sign up now, cause the game is dying.


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