The Editor has received a upgrade in which leagues that are not originally added in the game, can be placed and set up as playable, this means that the English League System can now be fully playable righ">The games developers have expanded on Football Manager 2009 with more animations, stadiums, and even pitch degradation. There will be the ability to "shout" from the touchline to change tactics. All new leagues will be introduced, although it hasn't been made clear which those will be.The Editor has received a upgrade in which leagues that are not originally added in the game, can be placed and set up as playable, this means that the English League System can now be fully playable right down to Step 6 of the Non League System, as can any other leagues which a user wishes to edit.
Oct-15-2009 FM10 storms onto the pitch Friday 30th October as one of the most anticipated games of the season. If you can’t wait that long, the official demo is available to download now for PC and MAC.All ...
Oct-07-2009 Football Manager 2010 is due out at the end of October. Still no sign of the system requirements but we are keeping our eyes out.
Something to pique your interest though is Gamersgate are now offerin...
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Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy. I am looking forward to this. I don't need drink, drugs or women. Football Manager is my addiction. (He says while wondering if he should install that copy of 2009 he sees on the shelf…)