Brian Clough's Football Fortunes (Commodore 16, Plus/4)

Brian Clough's Football Fortunes Commodore 16, Plus/4 Team Selection.

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Brian Clough's Football Fortunes is a football management computer board game suitable for two to five players.

Each player takes on the role of a club manager. The object of the game is for each manager to successfully steer his team through the season using his skill to make his team stronger as the game proceeds. Each manager competes with human and computer controlled teams in a ten strong league and the F.A. Cup. From the second season onwards, each team will also enter a European competition (League Champions to the European Cup, F.A. Cup Winners to the Cup-Winners’ Cup, and the remaining clubs will go to the UEFA Cup).

The winner of Brian Clough's Football Fortunes is the manager who survives to the end of the game and has the highest number of game points. Game points are points awarded by the computer program, based on each managers performance in League and Cup competitions and on the amount of cash the player has left at the end of the game.

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Brian Clough's Football Fortunes Commodore 16, Plus/4 Main Menu.
Brian Clough's Football Fortunes Commodore 16, Plus/4 Match results.
Brian Clough's Football Fortunes Commodore 16, Plus/4 A formation.
Brian Clough's Football Fortunes Commodore 16, Plus/4 My wallet is in my other pants.

Alternate Titles

  • "Brian Clough's Fußball Manager" -- German title

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Kabushi (134654) added Brian Clough's Football Fortunes (Commodore 16, Plus/4) on Apr 17, 2012
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