Championship Manager 2011 is out in the App Store now. Oh my. This is the game I’ve been waiting forever to see hit the iOS platform. This is the football (as in soccer if you must) management game that robbed me of some of the best years of my life, and I enjoyed every minute […]
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Championship Manager for iPhone Launched! I’m In Charge at Spurs

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Championship Manager 2011 is out in the App Store now.

Oh my. This is the game I’ve been waiting forever to see hit the iOS platform. This is the football (as in soccer if you must) management game that robbed me of some of the best years of my life, and I enjoyed every minute of it.

I had times where things like eating, sleeping, venturing out of my apartment became frivolous things very rarely done, as they interfered with driving my team to success in Championship Manager. I had occasions where I’d be watching a Premier League match in a pub with a friend and find myself saying things like ‘He played much better for me when I had him at Leeds’ and having to be reminded by my mates that when I ‘had’ that player it was not actually reality.

I’ve already installed the game on my iPhone and iPad, even though it is not a universal app and will run pixel-doubled on the large device.

At very first peak, it looks promising. It has all the real player names, and a decent looking UI. Leagues are a bit sparse right now, but the main ones I’m interested in are covered. It currently offers England, Scotland, Spain, Italy, and France.

I have taken charge at Tottenham Hotspur. The board has high expectations and so do I.

In entirely unrelated news, I will not be posting here much, or leaving my house, or eating, bathing, or getting dressed properly for a few months. And I just sent my wife an email with the subject header ‘Uh-oh’.

You can find Championship Manager 2011 in the App Store now, priced at $6.99.

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