Football Manager 2008 Handheld is heading to the PSP this Christmas, SEGA has announced.
The biggest changes in the line-up this time around are a new look and scrubbed-up navigation system, as well as a better match engine to cut down on waiting times. Hooray.
You'll also be able to customise your secret, winning tactics and share them with your friends. Or so they hope. On top of that will be various nips and tucks, plus all the right data corresponding to what's going on in the football world at the moment.
"Once again, Football Manager Handheld 2008 raises the bar for handheld management games, with the team squeezing in as many feature requests from the community as were possible," said Miles Jacobson, boss of developer Sports Interactive.
"When we first started on the quest for a real pick up and play football management game, we didn't even believe ourselves that the game would be able to have the depth that is does, whilst still being so much fun to play in bite size chunks, or on long journeys and holidays."
Football Manager Handheld 2007 was considered by many to be the best in its genre for the PSP. Pop over to our review to find out more.