Important Football Manager Tips for Beginners

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Important Football Manager Tips for Beginners

Beitragvon GoalStar » Samstag 6. Juni 2009, 19:20

What to do in the beginning of the game?

- first of all make the lineup of your team and take care of the right positions of your players. Avoid yellow and especially red marks around the players!

- take care of the right position of your goalkeeper. To misplace the keeper will cause a lot of goals against your team

- it is very important to enlarge your stadium as fast as you can to raise the earnings of your club. A big stadium is a very important task for you as a team manager

- develop the infrastructure of your club to attract fans to visit your stadium. Especially the bus- and train station

- closure advertising contracts with sponsors to raise earnings for your team

- optimize your entrance fees! (League and cup matches are more attractive for fans than friendly games and tournaments)

- try to save money and employ only the most important stuff in the beginning. (a Co-Trainer, a masseur, and a security team for your stadium to avoid expensive damages of vandalism (a 100% security is adequat for a stadium size of 125.000, a 10% security is adequat for a stadium size of 12.500)

- train the players of your squad. They are weak in the beginning but all of them got 100% talent!!! (players from the transfer market are expensive in the beginning and not all of them have 100% talent. Therefore your starting players are "weak but worthy".

- take part in every day friendlies to gain extra income and important experience for your players (expierience will lead to constant upgrades of the playing ability of your players)

- search for good friendly partners in the game; if your opponent is better then you, what is normal for beginners, get in contact with him and make a deal with him about cautious playing (high reversals are depressing the motivation of your team).

- take part in many tournaments, every day playing would be a good strategy to gain as many expierence for your players as possible and gain as much additional income as possible for your team

- pass the beginners tutorial and encash 5 Mio. in extra Credits!

The english support board (feel free to ask your questions there):

Very important playing instructions for the livematch:
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English game board:
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Please take a look at the manual:
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http://www.online-footballmanager.com

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Re: GoalStar Start-up help

Beitragvon LVPeteris » Samstag 6. Juni 2009, 20:45

Great ;)
I have qestions..
1. Which of skills are most important for all positions - GK, def, mid, att?
2. What about staff? CO-trainer, masseur and security firm is most important? What about another staffs?
3. Frendlies is in all days?
4. What about trainig? When and where i can see how much player skills ar increasing?
5. What is tournament and cup? Can i join?

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Re: GoalStar Start-up help

Beitragvon GoalStar » Samstag 6. Juni 2009, 21:29

LVPeteris hat geschrieben:Great ;)
I have qestions..
1. Which of skills are most important for all positions - GK, def, mid, att?
2. What about staff? CO-trainer, masseur and security firm is most important? What about another staffs?
3. Frendlies is in all days?
4. What about trainig? When and where i can see how much player skills ar increasing?
5. What is tournament and cup? Can i join?


1. Train all -but in the beginning u will see in the live-games, that the players have problems with the ball receiving for example, train "technique". Hire a good co-trainer, than u will be able to distribute 100 or more training points to the various scopes.

A strategy reference for u is to have a good striker, good defence and of course a good goalkeeper.

2. A co-trainer is necessary for the multiple training points, its a "must have". A masseur is also very important, without a masseur your players will lose their fitniss during the game and the game will be probably lost.
Security is important for a good condition of your stadium, repair costs are very very expensive!

Doctors are expensive, u probably dont need them. If there is light injury, the player will recover on its own, if the injury is heavy, hire and fire the doctor.

Dont hire a youth trainer. They are expensive and not the right decission in the beginning.

You need an informant to get information about our opponents. A gamewatcher enables u to look at other livegames -but the quality differ a lot. If you got a bad gamewatcher, u probably wont be able to take a look at all other games.

A scout searches for good players at the transfer market. He is also good for searching for good talents - as i said, your starting grid are all players with 100% talent. The best player strength ist 9,9. Only players with 100% talent can reach this value. The transfer market got many players with much lower talents -therefore a scout is helpfull, but not in the beginning, because u should save your money and avoid -expensive- transfer policy. Train your team.

A trainer for a goalkeeper might be usefull if your league is a hard competition. Maybe in the first seasons its not necessary to have one. The keeper will improve like any other player. But a goalie coach is an important factor in higher leagues.

A motivation coach is usefull, when your team suffer some defeats -but probably in the beginning, there is no need for a motivation coach.

3. Friendlies are very important for 2 reasons. First: the players gain experience, every match is good for them (even reversals). Second: the revenues of friendlies will be shared between the two teams. So friendlies will be a good source for some extra bargains. You should make friendlies out of the town, because your stadium is small in the beginning -and therefore the revenues from a home match wont reach the break even.

But be carefull - teams with big stadiums are probably better than yours. Get in contact with their manager and talk about cautious playing. It would be helpfull to find some good "friendly friends" ; )

Your question: yes, friendlies take place every day at 10 p.m.

4. Training starts at 11 a.m. The calculations will be finsihed hat 11.30 a.m. you should see the changes of the values then. The changes of the player skills depends on the skills of your co-Trainers, the training points and the combination of the training... You can see the changes in the team overview. Click on a player to get further detail.

You can not train temper and selfhood.

5. Tournaments take place every day at 6 p.m. You should take part in tournaments for the same reasons as for friendly matches. As a premium member you are allowed to arrange tournaments. As a basic u are only allowed to take part in tournaments.

Your question -yes, u can and you should join tournaments. But watch out for good tournaments and try to avoid high reversals. Search for cooperative tournament communities.

Cups: As a premium member u are always qualified for the cup. Basic player has to qualify for the cups. The winner of the 3. League gets qualified for the cup of the next season.
This is the qualification system for the cup(s) (in german):
http://manual.goalstar.de/wiki/Das_Lige ... lifikation

"Qualifikation für den nationalen Pokal" - that means qualification for the national cup.

Goalstar has a Supercup and 4 national cups for Turkey, Netherlands, England and Germany.


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