From Bandon to Toulouse: A rugby coach in West Cork is taking over one of the world's biggest clubs

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Driver V2 Journal Posts: Have to say, I'm starting to get a little bored now. Once you get into it and do a full season it is kind of the same old thing each day.

Maybe I need to take on a new team to freshen things up a bit, but I've got a world class player in the Colts and I want to see him work his way up to the main squad they have to play a certain number of games to realise their potential - basically 2 seasons from the Colts.

It's also getting very frustrating because there is a salary cap 3. So I finally caved last night and bought this. Actually pretty impressed with it so far, although the interface is horrible and really needs a lot of refining!

I'm also hoping that this will lead to a successful series of these games, with an update every year. The old championship manager games didn't take too long to go from being pretty basic, clunky things to being properly life destroying bundles of excellence, and this game is a pretty good starting point.

RDW - any idea what effect the different difficulty settings do? I'm playing on easy, but have no idea what effect that has! My steam keep pausing the download and it's Wee weeing me right off. So pretty damn realistic. Pro rugby manager is a bloody awful game. I was on the original Digital Jesters forum when they were looking for researchers, I put my name down for the 4 welsh regions but didn't get the job. The new game is exactly the same as the old game, even the music, except the database is all to hell.

While the game seems to have got even worse on match day. Following the release of the first version of the game they opened up a forum Digital Jesters and used the fans to become researchers for the next release. They will probably do that again next time. Firstly Dan Biggar is inferior to Sam Davies in stats, which is crazy.

Tipuric is a blindside flanker, the only Welsh players they have gotten close to being accurate is the very big star name Welsh players. Though the players who have actually moved to France are vastly better than the ones still in Wales, which is madness. Most squad players they have just guessed at their abilities. It's not suprising considering the game is made in France but it's frustrating when you know such basic things are wrong, and your trying to coach your team.

I've even had situations where Scott Baldwin who is only 26 talking about quitting the game and going into politics, while Dan Biggar missed 3 kicks in front of the posts only for Leinster to kick a penalty from the touch line from their own 22! Finally the set pieces moves are wrong, you look at the display and select the move you want only for the computer to do something totally different to it, the moves are not actually synced up correctly.

The only 2 fun things they ruined were in the previous version, if you had a scrum you could use the scrum half to draw the blindside wing, drawing in the opponents wing, then the scrum half would pass to your unmarked wing and score. What's left of that community is now on the Independant rugby forum, including many of the reserchers from the second version of the game.

Here's a guide on how to become a pro football manager. Apply to any job openings available at a local club. Doing this will help you in gaining the needed experience. If paying jobs are not available, then volunteer in helping the youth team, which is also considered as experience.

Learning from the general manager in the club could help you gaining knowledge about the sport. Watching games from a tactical point of view might be very helpful. Take into account what formations work well for different players. Apply for any professional degrees.

Most professional coaching degrees are available online. Gaining a degree in any sport related major will increase your chances of being hired as a coach. Sports management is a great start to a career in sports management.

A professional certification from the local football association is needed if you are seriously considering becoming a pro.

Apply to the minimum certificate usually labeled as 'C'. Apply to the local FA after gaining enough tactical knowledge about the game. Apply for the 'B' certification. Only do this after a couple of months for your own sake, when you feel you really have an understanding of the game, and you feel comfortable managing a team. Apply for the 'A' certification. This will require a minimum of hours of work with a club. Only send your application to the local FA when you are really serious about football management.

If you gain all the above certificates, then in ten years time, you will gain the 'Pro' certification. This certification will be your doorway to the professional football management world. This will be the start of your ladder to first division coaching. What age do I need to be to start the educational process of becoming a manager?

You need to be 16 in order to apply for the Level One course of football management. This is the first step of the management training ladder.