Football Manager 2005

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Following a long association with Eidos who published Sports Interactive's Championship Manager games, the two companies parted. Eidos retained the rights to the Championship Manager name and Sports Interactive retained the game code and database which they developed into Football Manager 2005. This is therefore the first game in what became the long-running Football Manager series.

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RT @BenKibble: @FootballManager Do you have a fan conference? I'm looking to get away from the girlfriend for the weekend #FM17

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As they say in Scotland, @MatthewStanger is 'on a shoogly peg' whilst things are hunky dory for @iainmacintosh -… T.co

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RT @FourFourTwo: 5⃣️ fiendish @FootballManager 2017 challenges you NEED to try... ➡️ Fft.sm #FM17 T.co

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RT @FM17Project: Episode 20 of the @BetBright @FootballManager Project: Another Rangers sacking? Plus a job interview for @AFHStewart T.co

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1-0 down at half-time in the away leg ✈ Home leg still to come

Feb 22 2017

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