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This football management game features all five national English leagues. The player begins the game managing one of the teams in the Conference, with the ultimate goal of trying to reach the Premier league and win European competitions, either by improving your current club or doing well enough to earn job offers elsewhere.

Each match involves selecting the team, and choose a formation and a set of match tactics - intensity of tackling, height and length of passes, and shooting range could all be varied. In total there are almost 500 permutations of these options, as well as 18 basic formations.

The game's transfer system involves making a financial offer to both club and payer and hoping that no other club offered more. Players whose contracts have expired can be signed for no club fee - so make sure all your players are under contract.

The player must also to negotiate sponsorship deals, plan ground improvements, ensure that injured players got the right treatment, set up training schedules, and hire backroom staff (such as coaches and scouts).


Premier Manager 2 Atari ST The current squad
Premier Manager 2 DOS Apply for players
Premier Manager 2 Amiga Title screen
Premier Manager 2 Atari ST Players match data

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Alternate Titles

  • "Premier Manager II" -- In-game title
  • "Premier Manager 2: The New Season" -- Amiga Box Title

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User Reviews

The best football management game of its day DOS Martin Smith (66862)

Critic Reviews

ST Format Atari ST Oct, 1994 91 out of 100 91
High Score Amiga Jan, 1994 4 out of 5 80
PC Player (Germany) DOS Feb, 1994 65 out of 100 65
Amiga Joker Amiga Oct, 1993 65 out of 100 65
Play Time Amiga Jan, 1994 62 out of 100 62
Amiga Games Amiga Dec, 1993 61 out of 100 61


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Contributed to by Grov (667) and Martin Smith (66862)