Incredible depth of simulation.
Proper contract negotiations.
Improved 3D engine.
More transparency with team tactics and blend.
Deeper and more realistic experience than FM 2010.
Snowfall during matches obscures the action.
Multiplayer still an afterthought.
Default skin's news feed can get a little confusing.
By Computeractive on February 06, 2011
The most comprehensive and engaging football management game to date...100
By itreviews.com on December 03, 2010
Peerless in its genre, Football Manager 2011 also manages to improve things enough to make it worth forking out for, even if you did buy last year's game....-
By Strategy Informer on December 03, 2010
Understanding why Football Manager captures the imaginations of so many will always be a mystery. One of the long unanswered questions of the universe, understanding why fans come back to what is, in essence, a glorified spreadsheet ever year, is...90
By Zath UK on November 25, 2010
Yes, readers, it is indeed that time of year again! Football Manager 2011 was recently released, and after becoming completely addicted for what will probably be the better part of the next few months, I’ve decided it’s about time I just got...-
By GameSpot on November 12, 2010
A revised training system and new features such as the set-piece creation suite make this the most well-rounded and complete version of Football Manager to...85
By NowGamer on November 10, 2010
The first time in a while Football Manager has seen notable improvements, but let’s be honest – even if it was just a nip and a tuck we’d love it anyway. The best football management game ever made. Again. As if you didn’t know...93
By VideoGamer on November 05, 2010
Conversation system is great, The most essential FM in years, Once you start it's hard to stop, Interactions still feel a little...90
By PC Gamer on November 05, 2010
Demands more work than its predecessors. Get it right and there’s little as satisfying, but it’s easier than ever to get it...84
By Pocket-lint on November 04, 2010
Too much of all of our lives for the past 19 years have been spent playing Football Manager (or its former iterations), and it doesn’t seem as if that will abate any time soon. While not one of its few massive overhauls (after all, if it...90
By Total Video Games on November 01, 2010
With the 3D match engine that was added in FM 09 and the user-interface revamp introduced last year, FM 2011 just feels a little short-stacked in comparison. The game is undeniably deeper and more comprehensive throughout but lacks the original ideas...80