Friday, September 11, 2009

We all think it from time to time. That we could do better than the guy running our team. Maybe we could. We're not likely to find out any time soon though.

Football management games allow us all to believe we have what it take though and every year millions of people around the world look forward to the newest Football Manager game coming out for the PC and sign up to numerous fantasy football games on various websites.

AFTN is no different and our game of choice is Xpert Eleven.

Xpert Eleven is a great football management game that allows you to pick your team, assemble your squad and sell and buy players, bring on youth players, train your squad, pick your tactics and formation and a lot more.

What makes it even better is that it's all free to play as well (although you can also sign up to be a VIP player, which we recommend, and have access to even more features, such as scouting reports for future opponents and designing your club's own strip).

There's the main Xpert Leagues, where you can pit your team (male and ladies ones) against players worldwide, and a lot of private leagues where you can play against friends.

AFTN has it's own league along with readers of Raith Rovers Fan Talk forum. The league is open to all though and we've just ended our current season and really need some new managers to join to freshen things up a bit.

Interested? Want to know more? It doesn't matter where in the world you're reading this, or who you support, head along to www.xperteleven.com and sign up today.

Once registered, look to join an existing league. Click Search then enter League ID 78588. Then you'll be allocated your players and you're all set to go.

It really is an addictive game. I have four seperate team in various official and private leagues and even manage Scotland in a FIFA World Cup league. I've won the World Cup. No other Scotland manager can claim that!

So head on over and join in the fun and see just how Xpert a manager you would be.

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