Championship Manager 2008 Crack/Patch

Championship Manager 2008 (Currently available in the UK/EU only) Championship Manager2008 offers a streamlined and constant gameplay experience to the player, free of unnecessary delays. Furthermore following on from its debut appearance in Championship Manager 2007, ProZone is back as a fully integrated Post Match Analysis tool which isolates the key factors that decided the result of your game and provides you with the knowledge to act on the match incidents and strengthen your team for the next fixture. Club, Player, Staff and Competition data updated to the end of the August transfer window. Increase of more than 25% of players and staff in the database. 27 playable nations now including the Australian league. Battle it out with other user managers on one PC. ProZone Analyst Feedback. Achieve managerial glory using ProZone, football's favourite analysis tool. Use ProZone Analyst for in-depth analytical feedback on how players and the team performed during a match. Play any match event within ProZone instantly. There's no hiding place for players. Stop, rewind, fast forward and pause; stats you control. Player Tendencies: 32 tendencies that modify how an individual player performs during a match. Ability to mould players in training to learn new tendencies. [Eidos Interactive]

Download Championship Manager 2008 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 70 / 100
User rating
6.9
Downloads 772
Genre Sports, Traditional, Team, Soccer, Management
Company / Developer
GamersGate / Beautiful Game Studios

Championship Manager 2008 reviews ( 2 )

LeeVaughnM., Nov 12, 2007

This game although a little harder to beat teams that 2007, it has come a long way and I am grateful for that!!! The training still confuses me but I think I am getting the hang of it.

DaveyH., Dec 20, 2007

No-where near the standards that Football Manager has set, so i was bitterly disappointed. Although looks good, it is abit confusing at first look, but when you grasp this concept, you feel that theres just something that is missing that is what makes a good football management game.