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Sports Interactive has released a new path for its football management simulation FM 2005. This update brings your retail game to v5.0.3 and adds all changes in personnel that have occurred in the world of football since the game's initial release on Nov 4th 2004 and the closure of the recent transfer window on January 31st (a total of more than 160,000 changes of player, coaching and managerial staff.) Get the WWSM 2005 right here. Read more for download links.
Sports Interactive and SEGA Europe announced that they will be releasing a free update for Football Manager 2005 on Wednesday, March 2nd. The data update brings the game right up to date by including all changes in personnel that have occurred in the world of football since the game's initial release on November 4th 2004 and the closure of the recent transfer window on January 31st (a total of more than 160,000 changes of player, coaching and managerial staff).
Sports Interactive has released a new path for its football management simulation Football Manager 2005. This update brings your retail game to v5.0.2 and it fixes lots of bugs and tunes the game more realistic like the player position bug. The patch is save game compatible, but to get the full out of it, start a new game. Read more for download links ...
SEGA has released a demo for Sports Interactive's football management simulation Football Manager 2005. This demo is time limited (six months in game) and feature complete, English language only but does not include sounds, logos, player facepacks etc. Read more for download links ...
Sports Interactive and SEGA have today announced the release date of Football Manager 2005. Football Manager 2005 the new football management simulation from Sports Interactive team, the creators of the Championship Manager series, will be released across Europe on Nov 5th 2004.
Ever fancied playing up front for your favourite football team? Pulling on the England shirt in World Cup Final? Getting 60 grand in the bank for one week's work? With Football Manager 2005 you can! SEGA and Sports Interactive are offering you the chance to feature as an actual player in the ultimate in PC football management, Football Manager 2005.
SEGA Europe Ltd and Sports Interactive today announced a partnership granting SEGA the worldwide rights to publish all output from Sports Interactive for the next five years. The partnership marks a significant step for both companies' plans for worldwide growth. Read more for details & screens...
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