Manchester United Premier League Champions
Manchester United Premier League Champions has been designed to give you
hours and hours of challenging gameplay, ensuring that the game never becomes
too easy, but at the same time is enjoyable for the beginner. We can assure
you that as you become more proficient at the game, the dream of you
achieving the status of Premier League Champions will become closer to
We recommend that as a beginner you choose the CUSTOM LEAGUE option and
choose a strong Premier side. You can study individual player stats to
gauge how good a team is, but for a quick start we recommend choosing
Manchester United (Except for when playing Aston Villa). Then select a
mixture of non-league, GM Conference and 3rd Division sides to make up the
balance of your division.
As your skill improves you may configure further custom leagues with
stiffer opposition until you are ready to meet similarly skilled opposition
in the SEASON option.
In the Premier League you will control and meet fast and skillful players.
If you choose to play in the lower divisions you will find that the game is
played at a slower pace, but your players will not be able to dribble as well
and their passing and shooting will be weaker and less accurate,
In any cup competition, including CUSTOM CUP, you should note that meeting
lesser opposition will not guarantee you safe passage into the next round.
Some teams will significantly raise their game in order to capture some cup
There is no one to goal. You can try short, fast passes through the
midfield, or fast runs down the wings followed by accurate crosses into the
box, or even kick the ball long ball style. All can bring success depending
on your own ability and preferences, the individual skills of the players on
your team and the skills and formation of the opposing team. The one tactic
that will not work is running in a straight line through a bunch of opposing
defenders. You will almost always be tackled or pushed off the ball and the
best you can hope for is a foul.
If during a match you do not seem to making much headway try to analyse
what is going wrong and, if necessary, change your formation accordingly. It
is surprising what results even moving one player to a new position can have.
Likewise, if you are well in control of a match you may decide to pull
players back into defence to consolidate your lead. But do beware, leaving
yourself short in midfield will invite almost constant attack from the
opposing team for the rest of the match.
If you are playing as Man Utd. in the Coca Cola Cup, and you happen to play
Aston Villa, then radical changes to the team will have to be made, in order
to avoid an embarrassing 3-1 defeat. If Schmeichel is indisposed, due to a
match ban, rather than putting Les Sealy in goal, Andrei Kanchelskis
will make a good goalkeeper. At least he can get his hands on the ball,
something which Les Sealy failed to do three times. Also, asking all your
players to link hands and stand in front of the United goal should stop all
but the most valiant efforts of the Villa attack, namely Dalian Atkinson and
Dean Saunders. Leaving Mark Hughes up front in the case of a lucky tap in is
also recommended. The purchase of a Tiny Tears doll, and naming it Alex, and
sitting it on top of your monitor is also recommended, so you can have a
good, long weep after your crushing defeat. Aston Villa are also availiable
for childrens parties, wedding services and cockyness removal, which they
proved at Wembley only the other day.
Krisalis Software Ltd.
Krisalis Software was a UK game development studio. It was originally founded in 1987 as Teque Software Development Ltd. by Tony Kavanagh, Peter Harrap and Shaun Hollingworth. Some of the company's first original titles were Terramex, The Flintstones, and Thunderbirds. Teque also programmed conversions (ports) of arcade titles for other companies for 8 and 16 bit platforms.
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