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Football Manager is a popular series of football management simulation games, which allow you to have pretty much total control over your team’s tactics, finances, training and performance.

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Football Manager 2015 is the second installment of this franchise on Linux, the first being Football Manager 2014. The game is available for 49,99€ on Steam.


With a decent score on Metacritic, Football Manager 2015 allows you to choose teams from over 50 countries around the world, view 3D matches, have total control over team tactics, training, finances, transfers, match decisions and tactics, team-talks, substitutions and instructions. Every bit of information is available for you in order to take the proper decisions. There is media coverage, squad management, player attributes, status, physical condition and fitness.

This version comes with an improved 3D match viewing engine, which now includes 2000 new motion animations, new lighting, improved player models and ball physics.

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Other new features include changes to the tracksuit manager, a new user interface, a new scouting center, more realistic player personalities, a deeper media experience.

More than 2,000 new motion captured animations; new lighting, improved player models and ball physics add extra depth and realism to the 3D Match Engine. Plus, improved AI, individual player shouts, touchline team talks and other additions make this the closest simulation of a football match available!

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Player’s personalities and characters replicate today’s football world where player power rules. Players are more vocal in the press and quicker to issue ultimatums if they’re unhappy.

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