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Football Manager: World Cup Edition 1990 (ZX Spectrum)

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Football Manager: World Cup Edition 1990 is the third game in the popular Football Manager series. This time your mission is not to coach an club team, but one of the national teams that started in the real World Cup 1990 qualifications. Master the qualification games to reach the final tournament and try to get the World Cup. You can fill up your team with 22 players, and can give each of them individual tactical game instructions. Before each game you give an interview that has influence of the morals of your players. In every half-time you can give new instructions to your team and make tactical corrections.

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Football Manager: World Cup Edition 1990 ZX Spectrum At half time the player gets to reposition the team, change tactics and give another morale boosting talk. Then the game plays through until full time. Go Australia!
Football Manager: World Cup Edition 1990 ZX Spectrum The player then has the opportunity to put names against each player or to use the default. There are two screens of team members, 21 players in all
Football Manager: World Cup Edition 1990 ZX Spectrum Selecting Postion makes the left/right etc keys active and moves the player around on the pitch.
Status makes the player a sub or a reserve
Football Manager: World Cup Edition 1990 ZX Spectrum Load screen

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Kabushi (122978) added Football Manager: World Cup Edition 1990 (ZX Spectrum) on Dec 23, 2008
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