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Football Manager Handheld 2015 Review - Godisageek

Godisageek:
"Being able to take Football Manager on the move must have stopped the productivity of so many people over the last few years. The mobile version has always managed to transfer the basic aspects of the game, especially those that make it almost impossible to put down, but fans have often been left without more advanced options. Unfortunately, this year’s mobile entry seems to be no different.

Obviously you can still join a team and guide them through multiple seasons, buying and selling players as you wish and selecting the starting line up every week, which is still great fun. However, deeper tactical options are clearly missing. Assigning individual players roles within the team or giving them specific instructions is very simplistic and getting an individual to man mark an opponent seems to be impossible, despite being a corner stone of shutting down many teams."

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