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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With the beta fast approaching, here's a recap of the headline features you can look forward to in #FM18:… T.co

15hours ago

It's time to talk tactics in the brand new episode of the FM Files. Listen to episode four now:… T.co

17hours ago

RT @milesSI: Lots of #FM18 features are already revealed on #FMTV. Over the next few days I'll be revealing some nice little things not in the vids

19hours ago

RT @FootballManager: 📈Transfer Market 🤝Board interaction 💼Judging Manager Performance A host of changes, here's Inside #FM18 Episode 7 T.co

20hours ago

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