Football Manager for iPhone tomorrow

Sports Interactive wants Ł7 for it.

Sports Interactive has announced tomorrow's release of Football Manager Handheld on iPhone.

The game will cost £6.99, but SEGA and SI promise that FMH will be "the biggest football management game to hit the iTunes store".

Plus, plenty of effort has been made to tailor the experience for iPhone and iPod Touch, right down to listening to your music collection while managing your team.

There are 34 football leagues to pick from spanning 11 countries, and squads of up to 36 players can be controlled. You'll need to set tactics, formations, team and individual player instructions, training and transfers.

Expect a Eurogamer review soon.

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