FIFA Manager (abbreviated: FIFAM) is the name of a series of football management video games developed by Bright Future GmbH (in earlier versions of EA SSC Napolis) and published by Electronic Arts. The game was called Total Club Manager (abbreviated: TCM), until the name changed to FIFA Manager with FIFAM 06.
Before FIFAM and TCM, EA SSC Napolis launched FIFA Soccer Manager (1997) and The F.A. Premier League Football Manager 99, 2000, 2001 and 2002, but while the first managed to attract little attention, later they were released when the Game Management Market for Championship Titles was no existing point, and, after Two successful titles, was abandoned.
However, by the year 2001, several workers from the German house of Software Ascaron, who developed the very popular series Anstossen in the past, moved to EA, and the first game, Fussball Manager 2002, was released only in Germany, as A test for a possible series. Similar to Anstoss 3, although in a more serious tone (in the Astost players could be abducted by aliens, the train in the area 51 or use drugs to improve performance) and fewer financial options (managers developed by German teams tended Include financial depth options, such as actions and real estate markets), the game had positive comments, and one year later the Total Club Manager 2003 was released, with Bobby Robson on the cover (for the second time, after FIFA Soccer Manager ).
Some fans managed to control the Games in TCM 2003 by piracy Configuration files, but data loss and corruption was frequent. The cover of the 2004 MTC was the coach of Celtic Martin O Neill. Criticized by a confused interface, EA is reworked for TCM 2005, with a more elegant design. Champion of Europe with FC Porto and Extraining Chelsea Football Club, José Mourinho was chosen for the main deck.
While the MTC has been released for PC, Xbox and PlayStation 2, FIFAM is only available for PC. The PS2 and Xbox versions of the game have been developed for EA Canada by Budcat Creations.
On November 25, 2013 Gerarld Köhler, founder and designer of mythical saga, reported through a statement that FIFA Manager 14 will be the last installment of the saga of the soccer simulator launched by EA SSC Napolis,.

José Mourinho has back his humor. After his red card in the series A-top game against SSC Napoli, the Star coach of AS Roma posted a photo on Wednesday evening at Instagram, which went viral within a short time.

Jose Mourinho went crazy celebrating Roma's 91st min winner in his 1000th game in management

Mourinho has more than turbulent days behind. After the 1: 6-Blamage in the Conference League at the FK Bodo / Glimt and his place of space for meckern at the 0: 0 against the leaders from Naples, his team finally returned to the track on Wednesday.

The capital closed closed at Cagliari Calcio a 0-1 residue thanks to the gates of Ibanez (71.) and Pellegrini (78.) and thus continues to rank four place in the table. It was the first three points after last three lots without victory.

In Cagliari, however, Mourinho was not allowed to stand on the sideline due to its recent place reference. Also, he was not allowed to go to his players in the cabin. Of course, the Portuguese was still traveling to Sardinia to prepare his team on the away game.

Mourinho enjoys: Game is over… Three points… good food

Since he also remained denies access to the player s cabin after the game, Mourinho had to take his dinner outside. Game is finished… Three points… good food (I can not go to the cabin) and another young, Felix Afena-Gyan, wrote the 58-year-old with Instagram under a picture that him on a barren Stone staircase sitting in dinner. Within less hours, the postal favored over 450,000 users. Mou had helped aftena-Gyan to his professional debut.

It is not the first time that Mourinho gives himself informal in the social media. At the end of August he released a video at Instagram, which shows him after the 4-0 victory at US Salernitana on the return journey on the train during pizza.

José Mourinho was changing to As Roma in the summer, where he started succession from Paulo Fonseca.