Championship Manager 2010
Taking the international management route in Championship Manager 2010 is a case of choosing the right country, scouting and building a pool of players and getting your tactics right - are you up to it?
Look no further for a player guide to Championship Manager 2010 - over the past few months we’ve brought you guides to tactics, set pieces and the 3D match engine.
One of the key elements of a football management sim is the ability to buy and sell players – Championship Manager 2010 has a range of options to allow you to sign players.
Find out how to deal with contract negotiations in this guide. You can acquire out of contract players without transfer fees simply by offering a contract…
Scouting is an important element of Championship Manager 2010. A successful scouting network and programme of monitoring available talent can be the difference between long term success and failure.
Freekicks and corners are a vital aspect of your tactical arsenal. Championship Manager 2010 features a revolutionary set-piece editor that allows you to specify exactly where your players should be, where the ball will go and who will finish the move.
With your team selected, your tactics, formations and training all sorted out, there’s only one thing left to do – send your players onto the pitch to play the game the way you want them to…
Tactics and formations are only one aspect of managing your team. By building a set of effective training routines, your players will gain a further advantage over the opposition
Tactics and formations play a major part in football and the tactical aspect of the world’s most popular sport has been superbly realized in Championship Manager 2010. Learn how to think tactically in this guide.
Baffled by Championship Manager 2010? Looking for ways to pick your team but confused by all of the options? This guide looks at the basics of picking a team and selecting a formation.