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The Footballer
By Cult Games
Amstrad CPC464

Published in Amstrad Computer User #76

The Footballer

The World Cup may be stone cold, but the footie games are still around in abundance and, if you're into dancing around a bun, then you might as well add to your collection and get The Footballer.

As soccer management offerings go, there's the usual host of menus and options but, to be fair, it's not really an awful lot better, or worse, than many of the other management games on the market.

There are four divisions for you to scout through and pick from. Work your way through to the top and keep your team there in order to make the most money. If you fail, you know it's always better to leave than get the push, so be sure to be on your toes at all times.

More soccer than you can handle and some super shooties to deal with your spare pennies.

Chris Knight

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