Download the Football Manager 2010 demo today before the new game is released later this month. The demo is available for both the PC and Mac.
With the demo, you can pick from a select number of leagues and play the role of a football manager for half a season. If you like what you see, you can upgrade to Football Manager (when available) and transfer your saved data from the demo to the full version. Plus, you can enjoy all of the enhanced features that are now available in the demo version.
You’ll be able to transfer your saved data from our demo into the full version of Football Manager 2010 when it’s released on October 30, and get club logos, league logos and player pictures (where licensed) as well as better graphics with the full game.
Be warned though. Football Manager is incredibly addictive and the new game looks like it has a much better UI (user interface) as well as more features than ever before.
If you’re interested in learning more about Football Manager 2010, be sure to listen to our exclusive interview with Miles Jacobson from Sports Interactive — including news about the upcoming US release of the game.
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