Bit-Tech: Football Manager 2010 Review

While Football Manager 2010 doesn't bring any earth-shaking changes, it's hard to complain when it nails the basics of the game so convincingly. Sports Interactive seems to know exactly what people love in a footie management game and has played to those strengths – transfers and the 3D match engine are both superb – while keeping the more boring aspects such as training simple. The result is a game that offers a hugely entertaining, polished and well rounded experience to fans.

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