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Football Manager 2011 review

By 4 November 2010

For true football fanatics, like us, there are two distinct dates every year that have us all in a froth: the start of the new league season after a long period without any matches (or worse, after another risible England display in an international tournament),... >>

Football Manager 2011 demo available for download

Football Manager 2011 demo available for download

By 25 October 2010

In an effort to sate the cravings of Footy Manager fans, Sports Interactive and Sega have released a fully-featured demo of Football Manager 2011 - 2 weeks before the final game is due to hit stores and Steam. The demo allows you to play half a season... >>

Top video games to pre-order

Top video games to pre-order

By 20 October 2010

The months leading up to Christmas are always packed to the rafters with new game releases and this year is no different. There's plenty on offer in the run-up to the festive season, whether you want to try your hand at being a DJ, engage in a light saber... >>

Play full PC Football Manager 2011 on Apple iPad

Play full PC Football Manager 2011 on Apple iPad

By 20 October 2010

We're big fans of the iPhone version of Football Manager here at Pocket-lint, but are dismayed that there's still no iPad edition. Sure, you can run the iPhone app in double-size, but it looks clunky and, to be honest, it's quite cut down from the computer... >>

Football Manager 2011 trailer celebrates the armchair coach

Football Manager 2011 trailer celebrates the armchair coach

By 8 October 2010

There's not really much to say about the latest iteration of Football Manager that hasn't been said before. It will be the biggest selling PC (and Mac) game this year. It will sate the needs to a massive community of placky managers. And it will need... >>

Football Manager 2011 adds Twitter/YouTube support

Football Manager 2011 adds Twitter/YouTube support

By 24 September 2010

The latest iteration of the hideously successful Football Manager games series is to feature social networking within its bowels for the very first time. Players will be able to post video clips of their matches, from within the engine directly to YouTube.... >>