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Copyright/Publisher: Challenge Software,
Release Year: 1990, Genre: Football/Soccer, Number Of Players: 1
No sound effects or music.
No action sequences: strategy is totally text-based.
Has an occasional but nasty habit of crashing.
No frills: the selection screens are merely functional and look like something fron ancient history.
Game is slow to calculate the consequences of your selections.
Much better alternatives already available.

Five difficulty levels.
The wide variety of teams, players and management.
If you get hooked, you'll stay hooked.
Nice in-game touches like the radio-style commentary.

You have just been appointed the National Team Manager and you have inherited a squad of players that have struggled to find their form and have suffered a series of demoralising defeats.

Your first taks is to restore the confidence and pride of the Country and to qualify for the next World Cup Finals. Nobody gives you a chance of winning the World Cup, but can you confound the experts and build a squad capable of beating the best teams in the World to win the ultimate prize in football - The World Cup?

To qualify for the Finals you must finish top in your qualifying group, so before starting your first match look at your group fixtures and plan your overall strategy. For example, if you have a group of strong or very strong teams, it may be advisable to play for a draw in some matches rather than going all out for a win at every match.

Toy must also finish top of your quarter final group to reach the Semi-Finals. If there is a draw in the Semi-Finals or in the Final then 30 minutes extra time will be played. If the scores are still level, the match will be decided by a penalty shoot-out.