Managing a football club is hard, while managing a football club to the point of leading it to glory is even harder. Jose Mourinho became the latest managerial casualty in the Premier League when he was relieved of his duties at Old Trafford right before the crowded December EPL fixtures.
The ‘Special One’ became the third managerial casualty in the top tier of English football after Mark Hughes was fired from Southampton in early December, while Slavisa Jokanovic was handed his p45 by the Fulham board in mid November.
Manchester United supporters seemingly had enough of the less than salubrious results, becoming everything but United in their opinions over the manager, while the board (Ed Woodward) felt it fit to arrest the spiraling decline before Champions League qualification for next season became empirically unattainable.
Out went Jose and in came Ole Gunner Solskjaer, a man loved and adored at the Theater of Dreams. His extensive trophy laden career as a student of Fergie coupled with over 400 matches as a manager has undoubtedly settled him at the club, as the Norwegian has won his first five games in all competitions—becoming the first Manchester United manager to achieve that feat in the rich history of the club.
Although Ole is only in a temporary managerial role until the end of the season, no one truly knows what the future holds.
Given that three Premier League managers faced the sack midway through the season, how would you fare as a football manager given the rigors that accompany managing a football club? Well what better way to find out than to play the newest soccer manager out now: Club Manager 2019.
You will be provided with a very simple team to begin with, and the primary motive will be to manage it and lead it to glory.
The game is typically based on cards and the more cards you open, the higher your chances of obtaining better players, managers and upgrades for your club. There are several football games that can be played on a daily basis in the form of division matches, exhibition matches and competition matches.
You can play division and exhibition matches whenever you wish to do so, and you will also receive free Manager Cash in the form of in-game currency after every match, with varying amounts awarded depending on whether you win, lose or draw.
This online soccer manager game has an easily accessible user interface with almost no loading time to guarantee a flawless gaming experience, while its in-game assistance is fitted with notifications to lead your every step in the game.
Even better is the fact that you have the liberty to choose the line-up and make whichever tweaks and changes you prefer in your tactical formation.
Are you ready to competitively challenge yourself against friends and other players? Well brace yourselves because the Soft Launch of the desktop version of the game in set for January 15, 2019.
Considerably made available across all major platforms such as PC (desktop or browser game), iOS and Android, Club Manager will undoubtedly be the best online football manager game in the world.