Worldwide Soccer Manager will feature teams from 158 divisions in 51 countries. With the inclusion of reserve and youth teams, the number of league teams available to players of the game exceeds 5,000, while the international teams (with the senior squads augmented by their under-19, under-21 and under-23 counterparts) brings the total to 5,300. * Playable leagues in 43 countries. * More than 140 playable senior divisions and in excess of 100 playable cup competitions. * Reserve and junior league competitions. * More than 235,000 players and staff (from 145 different countries) with players boasting more than 120 separate attributes and non-playing staff boasting 40. * A database of more than 14,000 clubs, 3,000 of which can be managed. * Data supplied by a network of more than 2,500 researchers from around the world. * Updated 2D ‘top-down’ match engine. * Improved ‘radio commentary’. * Increased interaction with the media. * Reworked injury system. * Improved scouting system. * Improved finance module to reflect the changing face of soccer. * Comments when negotiating with human managers (network multi-player game only). * Inclusion of U18 Caps. * More realistic awards system.
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