Gamespot: Worldwide Soccer Manager 2009 Review

In any great football team, strength comes from stability. Wholesale change doesn't breed success, but incremental improvements usually do. This is also the case for Football Manager--or Worldwide Soccer Manager, as it's known in some regions--as developer Sports Interactive has demonstrated with the continual progress of the franchise since its rebirth in 2004.

The Good:
* TV match view is a godsend for stats lovers
* New assistant-manager features work well
* Huge database and range of teams
* Still incredibly addictive.

The Bad:
* New match engine is visually glitchy
* Still distressingly addictive.

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