Tactical Manager

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Tactical Manager
Tactical Manager coverart.jpg
Cover art featuring Giovanni Trapattoni
Developer(s) Black Legend Software
Publisher(s) Black Legend Software
Designer(s) Camy Maertens
Platform(s) Amiga, Atari ST, DOS
Release 1994
Genre(s) Sports simulation
Mode(s) Single-player, Multi-player

Tactical Manager is a football management simulator video game for the Commodore Amiga, Atari ST and DOS platforms. It was developed by Camy Maertens and published by Black Legend Software in 1994.


Tactical Manager is a football management simulator that allows one to 46 players to play simultaneously. There are no set goals, but the aim is to manage a football team to be as successful as possible. To achieve this the player can pick the team, set tactics and buy and sell players.[1]


Tactical Manager received mixed reviews. CU Amiga magazine rated the game 87%, calling it "Extremely involving", while Amiga User International magazine rated it 45% and said that the game looks dated when compared to other management games available. Later on a new game called Tactical Manager 2 was released.[2][3]


  1. ^ Black Legend (1994), Tactical Manager manual, Black Legend 
  2. ^ Dillon, Tony (June 1994). "Tactical Manager review". CU Amiga. EMAP. 
  3. ^ "Tactical Manager review". Amiga User International. AUI Ltd. October 1994.