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Download Championship Manager 01 02 Patch 3.9.68


How to Download Championship Manager 01/02 Patch 3.9.68




If you are a fan of the classic football management game Championship Manager 01/02, you might be wondering how to download and install the latest official patch for the game, which is version 3.9.68. In this article, we will show you how to do that in a few simple steps, as well as explain what this patch does and why you need it. We will also give you some tips on how to enjoy the game with the new patch, such as what are the new features and improvements, what are the best players and teams to use, and how to customize your game settings and preferences.




download championship manager 01 02 patch 3.9.68



Introduction




What is Championship Manager 01/02?




Championship Manager 01/02 is a football management simulation game developed by Sports Interactive and published by Eidos Interactive in October 2001. It is the seventh installment in the Championship Manager series, and one of the most popular and acclaimed games of its genre. The game allows you to take control of any club from over 100 leagues across 27 countries, and manage every aspect of their performance, from tactics and transfers to training and finances. You can also create your own custom leagues and competitions, as well as edit the database of players, staff, clubs, and nations.


What is Patch 3.9.68?




Patch 3.9.68 is the latest official patch for Championship Manager 01/02, released by Sports Interactive in March 2020. It is also known as the ".68 patch". This patch includes many bug fixes and a database update that reflects the changes in the real world of football up to January 2020. Some of the notable bug fixes are:


  • West Ham duplicate strikers bug fixed



  • Finnish Premier Division teams corrected



  • Games not running in all languages fixed



  • ARSE command problem fixed



  • England + English Conference + Scotland problem fixed



  • Australian NSL: Number of teams entered to comp fixed, number of foreign players allowed bug fixed



  • Player surnames not appearing on Team of the week screen fixed



  • Fixed problem with Polish First Division relegations



  • Fixed problem with Argentine Second Division



  • [Korean] Extended length of Media strings



  • [Korean] Updated Korean player and team data



The database update also gives some players a higher potential rating, such as Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo.


Why do you need to download it?




You need to download Patch 3.9.68 if you want to play Championship Manager 01/02 with the most updated and accurate data, as well as enjoy a smoother and more stable gameplay experience. The patch will also fix some of the common errors and glitches that might occur in the original version of the game, such as crashes, freezes, or corrupted saves. By downloading Patch 3.9.68, you will be able to play Championship Manager 01/02 with more realism, challenge, and fun.


How to download Patch 3.9.68




Step 1: Download the patch file




The first step is to download the patch file from a reliable source. You can use this to download the patch file from a mirror site. Make sure you have enough space on your hard drive and a stable internet connection before downloading the file.


Step 2: Extract the patch file




The next step is to extract the patch file from the compressed folder. You will need a program like WinRAR or 7-Zip to do this. Right-click on the patch file and select "Extract here" or "Extract to cm0102_patch_3968". You will see a new folder with the same name as the patch file. Open the folder and you will see two files: cm0102.exe and data_update.exe.


Step 3: Run the patch file




The third step is to run the patch file and install it on your computer. You will need to have Championship Manager 01/02 already installed on your computer before doing this. Make sure you close any running instances of the game before proceeding. Double-click on the cm0102.exe file and follow the instructions on the screen. You will be asked to select the destination folder where you want to install the patch. It is recommended that you choose the same folder where you installed Championship Manager 01/02, which is usually C:\Program Files (x86)\Eidos Interactive\Championship Manager 01-02\. Click "Next" and then "Install" to start the installation process. Wait for a few minutes until the installation is complete.


Step 4: Verify the patch installation




The final step is to verify that the patch installation was successful and that you can play Championship Manager 01/02 with Patch 3.9.68. To do this, open Championship Manager 01/02 from your desktop shortcut or start menu. You should see a splash screen with the logo of Patch 3.9.68 on it. Click "Start new game" and then "Next". You should see a list of available databases to choose from. Select "January 2020 Data Update" and then "Next". You should see a list of available leagues and nations to choose from. Select your preferred ones and then click "Next". You should see a confirmation screen with your game settings and preferences. Click "Start game" and enjoy playing Championship Manager 01/02 with Patch 3.9.68.


How to enjoy Patch 3.9.68




What are the new features and improvements?




Patch 3.9.68 brings many new features and improvements to Championship Manager 01/02, making it more realistic, challenging, and fun to play. Some of the new features and improvements are:


  • New database with updated players, staff, clubs, and nations as of January 2020



  • New leagues and competitions added, such as Chinese Super League, Indian Super League, Japanese J-League, Korean K-League, Qatar Stars League, Saudi Professional League, UAE Arabian Gulf League, etc.



  • New player attributes added, such as flair, composure, consistency, dirtiness, important matches, versatility, etc.



  • New staff attributes added, such as adaptability, determination, discipline, man management, motivating, etc.



  • New club attributes added, such as reputation, finances, facilities, youth academy, etc.



  • New nation attributes added, such as population, economy, corruption, etc.



  • New player roles added, such as advanced playmaker, box-to-box midfielder, deep-lying forward, false nine, inverted winger, etc.



  • New player preferred moves added, such as cuts inside from both wings, dictates tempo, drops deep to get ball, gets into opposition area, likes to lob keeper, likes to round keeper, etc.



  • New player personalities added, such as ambitious, balanced, determined, loyal, professional, resilient, spirited, temperamental, etc.



  • New staff personalities added, such as adaptable, determined, disciplined, loyal, professional, etc.



  • New club personalities added, such as ambitious, cautious, continental, domestic, prudent, etc.



  • New nation personalities added, such as aggressive, defensive, expressive, flamboyant, pragmatic, etc.



  • New player and staff histories added, such as career stats, achievements, awards, records, etc.



  • New club and nation histories added, such as past seasons, trophies, managers, legends, etc.



  • New player and staff relationships added, such as friends, enemies, favoured personnel, etc.



  • New club and nation rivalries added, such as local derbies, historical clashes, etc.



  • New player and staff media interactions added, such as interviews, press conferences, comments, etc.



  • New club and nation media profiles added, such as reputation, expectations, style of play, etc.



  • New player and staff contract clauses added, such as minimum fee release clause, appearance fee, goal bonus, loyalty bonus, relegation release clause, promotion wage rise clause, etc.



  • New player and staff transfer preferences added, such as desired clubs, nations, leagues, etc.



  • New club and nation transfer policies added, such as transfer budget, wage budget, squad size, homegrown players, foreign players, etc.



  • New player and staff injuries added, such as sprained ankle, torn hamstring, broken leg, etc.



  • New club and nation kits added, such as home, away, third, goalkeeper, etc.



  • New player and staff faces added, such as photos, portraits, avatars, etc.



  • New club and nation logos added, such as badges, crests, emblems, etc.



  • New player and staff sounds added, such as chants, cheers, boos, etc.



These are just some of the new features and improvements that Patch 3.9.68 brings to Championship Manager 01/02. You can find more details and information on the official Sports Interactive website or the fan-made forums and websites.


What are the best players and teams to use?




One of the most exciting aspects of playing Championship Manager 01/02 with Patch 3.9.68 is discovering the best players and teams to use in the game. With the updated database, you can find many hidden gems and wonderkids that can make your team unstoppable. You can also challenge yourself by taking over a lower-league or lesser-known team and leading them to glory. Here are some of the best players and teams to use in Championship Manager 01/02 with Patch 3.9.68:


Best PlayersBest Teams


Lionel Messi (Barcelona)Barcelona (Spain)


Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus)Liverpool (England)


Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain)Bayern Munich (Germany)


Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain)Real Madrid (Spain)


Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool)Juventus (Italy)


Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City)Manchester City (England)


Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich)Paris Saint-Germain (France)


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