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Worldwide Soccer Manager 2007 (Macintosh)

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Description

Worldwide Soccer Manager 2007 is the third entry in the soccer management series. Numerous new features have been introduced in this installment. These include a new default GUI created with the aid of user feedback in an attempt to make it more user friendly.

The game also includes pre-match team talks. In the previous edition, only half-time and full-time team talks could be given. The game has also increased functionality of the half-time team talk, managers can now target individual opposition players for special attention, such as instructing players to close them down or always to tackle them with force.

A significant new addition is the ability to create a feeder club affiliation. This allows larger clubs to set up a relationships with a smaller club and vice versa. This can be used by users managing larger clubs to loan out players to their feeder club to gain the first team experience that they are unable to get at higher levels. On the other hand, the smaller clubs can benefit from the ability of these players.

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Alternate Titles

  • "Football Manager 2007" -- European title
  • "FM 2007" -- Abbreviated UK title

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will.i.am (1018) added Worldwide Soccer Manager 2007 (Macintosh) on Dec 17, 2006
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