**MEDIA ALERT** EA SPORTS FIFA MANAGER 10 IN STORES NOW

Guildford, UK, Oct 2009– EA SPORTS publishes the newest part of the football management simulation EA SPORTS FIFA MANAGER 10. The game gives the player complete control over the teams, players and coaches from creating their own club to becoming their national team’s coach or even leading their favorite club to international glory. Inside FIFA MANAGER 10 all club areas are implemented - from signing new players to training and upgrading your stadium.

For the first time, EA SPORTS FIFA MANAGER 10 offers a built-in Online-Mode.“The Online-Mode of FIFA MANAGER 10 is easily accessible and you can play at least one whole season in one evening with up to eight friends”, explains Gerald Köhler, Lead Designer of the FIFA MANAGER franchise.“With the FIFA MANAGER 10 Online-Mode, players now can compete against each other in direct comparison to find out who is the best manager.”

FIFA MANAGER 10’s vast database is an accurate reflection of real life licensed league, club and player data from 44 countries. It contains more than 3,900 clubs and 37,000 players, more than 9,000 of which are displayed with original pictures. More players can be added with the Editor tool, which is part of the full game.

FIFA MANAGER 10 is developed by the Cologne-based studio Bright Future for EA SPORTS™. The game will be released for PC in 6 languages.

Online feature preview video:

http://www.fm10.de/publish/en/fifa_manager/fm10/fm_online_trailer/fm_online_trailer.html

Detailed product description:

http://www.fm10.de/publish/en/fifa_manager/fm10/product_description/product_description.html

Demo

http://static.cdn.ea.com/fifa/u/f/Manager10Demo.exe


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