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  • Summary: The World’s number 1 football management series comes to your iPhone and iPod Touch!
    Developed by Sports Interactive, the kings of the football management genre, Football Manager Handheld™ 2010 brings the unrivalled realism and experience of the best selling and critically
    acclaimed Football Manager™ series to your iPhone and iPod Touch.
    Take control of all aspects of management, from managing a squad of up to 36 players, setting your tactics, formations, team and individual player instructions, training and transfers.
    Manage in any of 11 countries and 34 leagues and take your chosen team to the top in the biggest football management game to hit the iTunes store
    Buy and sell in a transfer market featuring over 20,000 players recruiting world stars or hidden gems
    Watch your team in action using the classic Football Manager™ match view, allowing you to analyse your own teams performance, your opponents weaknesses, or just celebrate the goals going in!

    Game available in English, French, Italian and Spanish languages

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  1. Feb 12, 2011
    Sports Interactive has crammed a stadium's worth of stats and figures into FM on the iPhone, and then conjured up a slick and intuitive control system that enables you to easily access this information. This is a distillation of all that's good about FM, and one that is just as fiendishly addictive as its PC cousin.
  2. Feb 12, 2011
    A rich and satisfying experience for armchair gaffers. Although it's a bit pricey. [July 2010, p.96]
  3. Feb 12, 2011
    Football Manager Handheld 2010 is a slimmed down version that feels agile and quick.
  4. Feb 12, 2011
    It's admittedly pretty satisfying to watch a team you've slaved over perform well, but what's even more fun is making the worst team imaginable.
  5. Feb 12, 2011
    There is potentially more gameplay to experience here than in your entire game library, particularly if you're trying to promote a lowly League club to Premiership level.
  6. Feb 12, 2011
    Suffers from some problems, many of which can't be helped given the tiny iPhone screen, while others take the edge off the game's believability. Despite this, the game still manages to have a bizarre hold on me, nagging from within my pocket to play a few more games or to check if my transfer offers have been accepted.
  7. Feb 12, 2011
    The game's watered-down nature is likely to appeal to those of a casual gaming disposition looking for a quick game on the commute to work - but if you're hoping to carry around the FM experience you know and love in your pocket, be prepared to be left feeling slightly underwhelmed.

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