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3 Common Mistakes that Players Make in Manager Games

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Manager games become all the rage whenever the season for sports comes around and rightly so because the thrill that these games offer is unmatched and they allow players to enjoy their preferred sport in a whole new way. However, one thing we’ve noticed is that many players make the same mistakes over and over again and these mistakes slow down their progress. In this article we’ll be talking about these particular mistakes in detail so you can avoid making them the next time you play these games.

1: Playing Matches with Untrained Players



We can’t tell you how many times we’ve seen players make the rookie mistake of entering their roster untrained players into a competitive match. While it is great fun to watch the simulation of a game play out, this doesn’t change the fact that you’re essentially guaranteeing yourself a defeat by sending untrained players to play. One of the unspoken rules of manager games is that you simply cannot deem a player ready to play in a competitive match unless said player has passed through multiple rigorous training sessions, however, many players end up overlooking this which is why their win/loss ratio isn’t really as desirable as they’d like it to be.

2: Spending Too Much Money on Unnecessary Things



While it’s no doubt important to make sure that your club has all the perks and benefits that top tier clubs have, you should never make this your primary focus. Perhaps the biggest mistake that players make in manager games is that they end up spending too much of their cash on club facilities and although these do help bring in more fans and popularity, they don’t help do much about your team’s performance on the field so all the money spent is pretty much wasted if your players can’t live up to the hype. If you feel like you’re guilty of making this mistake then you should consider funneling more money into training sessions instead of other stuff because the extra food stand can probably wait a few more days but your players’ fitness levels cannot.

3: Not Capitalizing on the Transfer Window



We cannot stress enough how important the transfer window is in every single manager game. The transfer window allows players to get their hands on top notch players that they can add to their roster to drastically increase their chances of success and the best part is that the players can actually be purchased for a pretty cheap amount if you play your cards right. A lot of players overlook the transfer window because they think that they can keep training their players over and over again in order to replicate the performance of a top tier player but this simply isn’t the case. Whenever the transfer window is open, try to grab at least two or three good players because they’ll go a long way in making sure that your team keeps performing well.

All said and done, if you’re getting into manager games and don’t want to start off on the wrong foot, we recommend keeping all the aforementioned advice in mind.

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