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The third installment of the Premier Manager games offered a standard scenario (we start in the amateur Vauxhall Conference and fight for promotion to professional divisions), decent graphics and a wide range of club management options.
One of the main attractions was the possibility of hiring many co-workers (assistant manager, coaches, scouts, junior coach) and assigning tasks to them, which decreased the workload on our shoulders. The improvement / expansion of the stadium and the signing sponsorship contracts were increasing the ways we could improve out club - a better stadium meant more revenue from tickets, but at the same time such investments consumed money that we could not spend on transfers.
Transfer negotiations also looked a bit different than in most games - many clubs could make offers for players (open offers) and in subsequent rounds they could raise them, but at the end the player made the decision which club he wanted to move to (which resulted in making it very hard to sing a decent player for amateur conference team).
In general a complicated game, the match presentation was perhaps not the best one, but it was possible to very precisely determine the positions of the players on the field depending on which sector the ball was in, and then during the match watch how it works.
Premier Manager 3 was not an easy game to like, but you have to appreciate its level of development and range of options.