So, you have decided to go for a different route to 90% of FIFA players and have a career as a manager rather than a player. And everyone knows that being a manager in Career Mode is where the real fun is, right?
Perhaps you’ve selected a lower-end team just to make things more interesting, or you’re already at a top club but fancy a change, but after a while, you will probably always experience a time where you want to give it a go at a club in a different division.
This is where many players begin to question how to get job offers in FIFA 21 career mode. You’re probably looking for a nice new job offer that you can accept to progress with your career.
Let’s just say that it actually isn’t so simple to get FIFA 21 Career Mode job offers, and after some testing and digging, we may finally have the answers that you’ve been looking for.
In today’s article, we will help you understand how to get FIFA 21 job offers in career mode through a number of highly useful tips. Use as many of these tips as possible to boost your chances of getting offers from bigger clubs.
Show Them Consistent Results
Whether you are starting your managerial career with the Premier League’s West Brom or League One’s Sunderland, if you want to progress into managing better teams with bigger budgets, you will need to show the board of directors of those teams why you are worthy of their investment, time, and effort.
Essentially what that means is don’t expect to beat Leeds United and Wolves in back-to-back fixtures and then hope for a managerial job offer from Liverpool. That is not how it goes.
Rather, what you need to do is show high quality, consistent results. If you manage to win some trophies, that would be even better. Sometimes, it can take multiple seasons of great results to be sent an offer from the elites not just in the EPL, but the Bundesliga, La Liga, and Serie A.
Answer Infront of the Press
While we are not certain that allocating time to answering questions from the press in pre and post-match interviews has any large impact on whether or not you are going to get offers, it is important that you attend them rather than skipping them.
This will not only give you the opportunity to get a message out there but also help you build a solid relationship with your players since the player morale system was first introduced in FIFA 20.
So, basically, even if attending press conferences doesn’t directly impact your opportunities as a manager, attending them and building your players’ morale will make them much more confident in their efforts while on the pitch. This for sure will have an impact on the results that you manage to obtain from each and every game that you manage, meaning it will indirectly help you get better job offers at a minimum.
And, we can also draw from other EA Sports games like NBA 2K where answering in front of the press openly shows you how it’s affected your chances of joining better teams, to infer that it probably helps in FIFA too.
Often times, we want things to happen right away. Unfortunately, even in FIFA 21, that isn’t possible. Our best advice is to simply stay patient while putting in the work and ensuring that you get the best results you can from every game.
Yes, your friends may get their dream career mode offer sooner than you, however, that shouldn’t discourage you. Maybe they just got lucky or worked harder than you.
Apply for the Position
If all else fails, be brave enough to apply for the position of a manager for your desired team.
At the end of the day, you have nothing to lose but get your ego hurt when you get rejected by the board of directors. However, you will be surprised that more often than not, your applications will get accepted if you have the results to prove that you are worthy enough for the team.
To boost that chance, make sure to follow the tips from above, and secure your dream career move.