One-Nil Soccer Manager
DOS - 1992
Description of One-Nil Soccer Manager
If you haven't played One-Nil Soccer Manager or want to try this simulation video game, download it now for free! Published in 1992 by Wizard Games of Scotland, Ltd., One-Nil Soccer Manager is still a popular managerial title amongst retrogamers, with a whopping 4.3/5 rating.
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Excaliburn 2020-12-08 0 point
So... I played one-nil back in the day - it came free on one of those giant bundle of x games of dubious reputation. Anyway, enjoyed the game immensely at the time and spent quite a few hours trying to find the next wonderkid.
For those asking about a sequel or a re-do, I find Football Manager to more than fit the bill. Yes, it is much more detailed, but you can really play the game however you wish.
Anyway, that's my 2 cents.
Luke 2020-02-08 2 points
Actually, there is even an improved version called 2-0. If you’re interested, you can play it in your browser on www.lukesplace.net/games/2-0
Seriously, I loved it, still play it. I’d love to find the developers, they were from Livingston in Scotland, near where I come from!
Don'tSave 2019-04-26 -3 points
Can someone help me figure out how to install this on Windows 10? I get messages saying that it's not compatible with 64-bit versions of Windows, and another saying 'this app can't run on your PC'. Never had this problem back in the early 90s....
Redmi 2018-09-28 2 points
Where did you find the '95 version? Can't find it anywhere on the net :(
Angueto 2018-07-19 1 point
What memories!. I played a lot of time ascending with Southport from the 4th to the Premier. I miss manager games with the tactical system and the degree of realism that this game had. Games like this, with the update of doing it online, would be unbeatable. Currently I play the Sokker, and the Ultimate manager (missing).
Jacsto 2018-03-05 2 points
I still play this game a lot.
I've got almost 100 championships in the Super League with Plymouth. It's all in playing the right tactic, and buying young players before they become valuable, and selling before they drop.
Had a player scoring 63 goals in one season too!
The 1-095 version is the best.
Jeffrey 2017-10-14 1 point
I always enjoyed played Exeter City in the English League and moving them up. Right now they are Premier League and I got sacked...
Rocheyb 2017-05-12 1 point
Bought this game in about 1993 from an ad in the back of World Soccer magazine. "Simplistic brilliance" was my mate's verdict. I played it constantly for about 6 years, until my PC died. This game seems to have positively influenced the direction taken by the Championship Manager and Football Manager series. I wrote to the programmers with some suggestions for improvements and alternative versions of the game - the J.League was starting up then and I wanted a version devoted to it. They wrote back - fobbed me off a bit, of course, but thanked me for taking an interest.
cranky 2017-03-08 0 point
Outstanding game. Wasted many an hour trying to move fourth-division sides up the ladder.
Zorgo 2016-08-15 1 point
This is a genius game. Incidentally, there is an improved, 1994 version of this game, which is what I actually play.
I wish someone would do a re-do on this. As Trepie said, pity it's only a two-player game. That having said, I have an ongoing duo campaign with someone to this very day at all times.
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