Alex Ferguson's Player Manager 2002
Choose a club that has high transfer money and loan money, such
as Manchester United or Liverpool, Loan out about £50 to 70
million and set the repayment date to 12 months. Your transfer
money would now be around £74 million. Next, buy some good
players such as Zidane, Del Piero, and Figo, who are priced
heavily by their clubs. You should then have around £5 to 10
million remaining for your transfer money. Price any
unwanted/bad players at £55 million or above and wait
a few months. Your transfer money should decrease every month.
At some point, you will not have enough transfer money to pay
up. A message will appear stating that your team has been forced
to sell one of those unwanted players for £55
million in a bid to support their financial crisis. You now
should have about £32 million in transfer money (some of it was
used to pay a bit of your loan). You can now buy more good
players or repeat the cycle again to get some more money.
Goal keepers: Buffon and Abbiati
Forwards: Ravanelli, Sergio, Owen, and Trezeguet
Defenders: Carragher, Woodgate, Gavin, and Kaladze
Midfield: Maresca, McPhail, Ambrosini, and Fiore
The best team to choose when first starting include Arsenal,
Chelsea, Leeds, Liverpool, and Manchester United.