Top Eleven is an addictive strategy game which allows you to live-out the fantasy of being a football manager. All the important elements of real football management are included in this simulation including picking and signing players for your team, training players, performing substitutions and creating tactical changes to outsmart your opponents during each match, and controlling the overall finances of your personalized club.
Although the game includes a tutorial, there are several tips and tricks available which will make your experience more enjoyable and successful. Considering that you are only given a measly $100,000 in virtual Cash and 5 Tokens when you begin, and upgrades can be expensive, you need all the help you can get if you want to reach the top or just avoid going bankrupt extremely quickly.
At first glance, the Top Eleven football manager menu is quite intimidating. However, it is mostly self-explanatory. Squad is the screen which you will see the most of. It is worth familiarizing yourself with it before any other as it is where all the important team information such as formations and tactics are shown before you play a match. Picking the strongest players and assigning them to the best position on the pitch will make a huge difference once the game begins. Also look out for the weakest player in your opponents team and focus your attacks on there.
Earning cash regularly by selling players, attracting fans, and signing sponsorship deals are largely dependent on your team’s performance. If your finances go into the red, you have to resolve the situation within a week or the game itself will sell your best players until you are back in the black. This is often very annoying. Thankfully, the game is free and your aren’t risking your own real money unless you choose to buy extra Tokens. Even then, it’s possible to get at least one free Token each day that you play, and many more if you persuade your friends to join you through referral links, and obviously you can use your Tokens as extravagantly or as sparingly as you wish.
Understanding the league structure is extremely difficult unless you understand how it works in real life. If you are an ardent football fan, the promotions and relegations make more sense. Top Eleven simplifies things a bit by having only 15 teams in each league, and it will try to match you up with your friends unless you don’t have any.
Each season in the league is modeled on European divisions with 26 fixtures and the top four teams going into a Champions League. Usually, you will find yourself with less experience than each league demands, and therein lies the challenge.
One of the most important things you can do is to upgrade everything as quicker as possible. You can upgrade everything from your facilities such as your stadium to the skills of individual players. Each upgrade takes a different amount of time depending on the level you have reached.
When buying and signing new players, bidding on and winning younger players who can perform in any position in your squad is the key to success. Weeding out older players before they become a drain on your resources by getting injured is also important. Keep an eye on expiring contracts if you don’t want some players to walk away from your team for free, and note that Direct Transfers from other teams are only available once you have reached Level 4.
Keeping your players fit will help them to avoid injury and play better games. Again, the younger players train better and perform better than older ones. Training is customizable from team to individual level, but the Auto-Assign option makes it all very easy. The trade-off is the time it takes for the computer to do the training for you rather than doing it yourself manually. Personal trainers can also be bought for team members using Tokens. Remember to let players rest and rotate your squad as often as possible.
Fine tuning your pre-match and in-match tactics is possibly the most important and interesting thing you can do in Top Eleven football manager. Whether you initially decided on a strong 3-5-2 defense-minded formation, a midfield and attacking 3-4-3 formation, or a more balanced 4-4-2 classic formation, all can be re-assessed and changed during match time, and complimented with individual instructions such as ball possession and counter attacks.
Generally, making sure that as many of your players are in the position that they have the best skills for will make the biggest performance difference. It’s always best to use a riskier formation with more players in appropriate positions than to try to play it safe with a balanced formation containing too many players who are out of position. All you have to do then is sit back and watch them win the match! And to help you out I found out this nice Top eleven cheats.