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The annual update to the life-stealing game is here in the shape of Football manager 2009. And as usual, its developers Sports Interactive have thrown even more refinements at it, making it just about as close to the real thing as is humanly bearable.




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Your assistant manager in Football Manager 2009 is much more useful than he was in previous versions. He's now able to give you feedback during matches about the way the tactics are going, as well as sorting out training schedules and giving team talks. You'll probably welcome all this help, since this is the most involved Football Manager game in history.


These days, real life football managers are forced into much more interaction with the media, and the new press features in the game reflect this. Every day, you get reports of transfer rumors involving your players, or players that you're allegedly interested in. Though sometimes annoying, this can be useful for discovering players based on names being bandied around by the papers. In Football Manager 2009 you're also expected to take part in press conferences, carefully choosing your answers to a stream of questions posed by journalists (who, incidentally, are from real-life local newspapers and media outlets).


Yes, the king of football management sims has finally stepped into the '80s with the advent of a 3D match engine, adding a further facet to what is arguably the deepest role-playing game ever made. That role is the thankless job of a football team manager, and until this year the feckless overpaid players in your charge existed only in your mind, or as a series of dots on an overhead view of a pitch. Now finally made flesh, it's likegoing through the looking glass, and in gaming terms is a revelation akin to the advent of colour television.


With the concept behind the leap into 3D hopefully established, what is the experience actually like? Much as we love the game, let's not pretend that it's like watching Match of the Day. Rudimentary at best the graphics occupy the middle ground between the original Football Manager on the Spectrum, and the latest version of FIFA. While remaining watchable, it's not without its quirks, with players getting tangled up in each other and passing the time with the odd spot of moonwalking. In general, it takes some getting used to, particularly when the action freezes in order to advance the clock. In the previous text commentary or 2D modes, it wasn't particularly noticeable, but seeing footballers suspended in mid-air while the game zips forward to the next highlight does tend to make you think it's broken.


Football manager, soon to appear in its 2009 rendition, has come a long way since the game first appeared on PC some 18 years back. It got married to Eidos (nee Domark), divorced, changed its name and is now living with Sega; but the game of champions is still as addictive, as thousands of puffy eyed footy fans across the country will testify.


There were two however that knew better. Myself and Patrick McCarthy wore the baggy eyed stare of those who had completed a whole-nighter getting their team into Europe. We both had the craggy RSI hand affectionately known as 'The Claw' that came from gripping the mouse too tightly as we watched possession bars flicker up and down on the screen just before dawn in a cup final. And both of us would freely admit that when we saw a car number plate that featured the letters 'DMC' or 'AMR' our brains instantly thought of a defensive midfielder and an attacking right winger, and not of the dangers of on-coming traffic. We'd quietly discuss the raw diamonds that we'd found by tirelessly sweeping the lower leagues - some who have actually made it in the real world of Premier League football (the likes of Danny Murphy, Jermain Defoe and Thierry Henry) and many that failed to live up to the in-game hype (Neil Lennon, Ibrahima Bakayoko, Cherno Sambo and Leon Knight to name just a few).


Now Football Manager2009 is upon us, with a new database and features that are sure to cause fans of the original to suffer countless sleepless winter nights, as they snap up Stephen Appiah on a free and sell Lorik Cana for tens of millions...


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Football Manager 2009 (also Football Manager 09 or FM09) is a sport football manager simulation game. It was released on 14 November 2008 in Europe for PC, Mac and PlayStation Portable and in North America on 18 November 2008. As in the case of other recent releases in the Football Manager series, Football Manager 2009 is sold as Worldwide Soccer Manager 2009 in the United States and Canada.


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