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Next EPL Talk Interview: Kevin Toms

radio Next EPL Talk Interview: Kevin Toms

Tomorrow’s EPL Talk Podcast will feature an interview with Kevin Toms, the world’s most famous soccer computer game creator.

Some of you may recognize his name. Others may scratch your head in puzzlement. But Toms was a legend in the computer industry when he launched the very first and incredibly successful football management simulation game entitled Football Manager in 1982 for the ZX-81 computer. In a short amount of time, the game was available for all of the leading computer platforms.

After Football Manager, Toms created Football Manager 2, Football Manager World Cup Edition and other games.

Toms is now back with an incredibly addictive management game called FootyMax, which is played online. Subscribe to the EPL Talk Podcast today on iTunes or visit us Sunday night to hear the interview.

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