Football Manager, is an award winning football management series developed by SI games and published by SEGA. Over the years this title has attracted large numbers of gamers worldwide. Being largely a PC title it has also been available on iOS for sometime now.

SEGA  has finally decided to bring it to Android, giving the game a whole new boost with it being available to a completely new audience. Official word is that this premium title will be launched with a premium price of £6.99 in the UK  in the Google Play Store on April 11. It is likely that the app will also be available on a host of other app stores in the coming days since its launch.

The game as it is allows users to take control of the most sought after managerial position in the world. Wannabe managers can take control at any club from a choice of leagues in 12 countries, and gain access to transfers, training, tactics and managing the team live during match-days. You also get in match Live control with variable match speed.

[box_dark]”Since the first release of Football Manager Hand held for mobiles a couple of years ago, the most asked question on social networks has been ‘When is it coming to Android?’,” says Miles Jacobson, studio director at Sports Interactive. “Now, we can reveal the answer.”[/box_dark]

You’ll need an Android device running OS 2.2 and above to play, with full compatibility listed on Google Play.


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