Anyone who watched this summers olympic games or purely has an interest in the wider world of football will have some knowledge about women’s football. The olympic games gave the world a big eye opener about women’s football, which really reflects on the publicity these athletes get. I firmly support women’s football and like in most sports the mens game is more popular, in a way this is quite unfair really. Male and female footballers only really differ in size and strength and could show the same skill. But I don’t want to argue about women’s football on this post, I want to talk about if it can ever feature on the Football Manager series. I will be having a poll to the side of this blog and I will discuss the options and my opinions. Please Vote and share your opinions on the matter.
<— This Woman has won FIFA World player of the year on five occasions and various other trophies, her name is Marta. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marta_(footballer)
It would be massively large a task to put women into the game, but if you use the editor it wouldn’t require to many game changes, except for the database size.
However it may be a lot easier to work in the best few leagues over a couple of years and maybe working on it over several seasons. As it would require a lot of work to get it to good gaming standard.
It may be your opinion that it is a good idea, but you might know it isn’t really possible. So it might be best to weight and anticipate it instead.
Some real advocates of the women’s game may even demand their own game, but I think that might be a bit out of the question, unless FM offered it as a cheaper kind of extra game with FM.
Instead of having it in the same game of a completely different game, they could made a new mode like classic, so its kind of an additional game their if you want.
The other two options are just no’s really, but if your quite conservative then you might feel that way.
(I don’t want to cause any arguments, i just wondered about peoples opinions and views)
Thanks for reading, Please VOTE