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Club Football 2005 Screenshots (PlayStation 2)

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PlayStation 2 version

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The game starts with a video sequence showing the stadium and fans arriving for a game
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The game starts with a video sequence showing fans arriving for a game. This ends with the club emblem which, after a short delay, is replaced by the 'Press Start Button' screen
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This is the UK version of the game but there's still a language choice to be made
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The main menu. The player changes each time the menu is shown, he is animated and shows perfect ball control skills
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The game supports multiple controller configurations
A practice match consists of the team taking shots at their own keeper unopposed. There is no coaching commentary or player hints in the practice session
Between game sections there are load screens like this.
A practice match consists of the team taking shots at their own keeper unopposed. There is no coaching commentary or player hints in the practice session
Pires taking a corner kick in a practice session
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Setting up a run in the domestic season. There are five difficulty settings, a match can be 5, 10, 15 or 20 minutes long and the player can have half a season or a full season
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The first match in the domestic season is against Everton
Prior to a match they can fine tune the way the game is played. These options are available before every match, even before the practice session
The team configuration prior to a domestic match
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The start of a domestic match against Everton
The game begins with the players taking the field over which commentators discuss the formations and likely tactics
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The kick off of a domestic league match. The radar view and player information shown on screen are optional
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A goal has been scored and, as usual, it is replayed from several angles
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The default camera angle changes for set pieces such as this goal kick
The display of scores from other matches in the top right is optional
The game can be paused to show match statistics.
In addition to this screen there is a screen showing ball possession and another showing completed passes, shots on target etc.
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The results at the end of week one
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The domestic league at the end of the first week. Arsenal don't appear on this screen, they lost 3-0 to Everton so the player must scroll to the bottom of the table to find them
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In addition to match and team statistics there are player statistics too
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The game has player statistics for all opposing teams
The game can be saves, naturally. This takes 2390 KB of space per saved game
New players can be created and used in the current squad
Assigning a player's skill points. These are assigned in blocks of ten so to raise Attacking from it's starting point of ten up to fifteen will cost fifty skill points
Creating a new player has all the usual features to customise the appearance. Hair is very much overrated
Rangers: As with Arsenal Club Football the game starts with a video sequence showing the streets around the ground and fans arriving for a game
Rangers: The title screen
Rangers: The main menu screen. Isn't this is the same player that is used in the Arsenal menu screen but in a different strip
Rangers: The Extras option for the main menu allows the player to set up a custom club, custom tournament. There's also this Fantasy Match creator
Manchester United: The licensing screen appears when the disc is recognised, before the video sequence of the fans and the stadium
Manchester United: The title screen
Manchester United: After this screen the player is taken to the game's menu
Manchester United: The player demonstrates their ball skills while slowly revolving
Newcastle United: The licensing screen appears when the disc is recognised, before the video sequence of the fans and the stadium
Newcastle United: The title screen
Newcastle United: After this screen the player is taken to the game's menu
Newcastle United: The footballer demonstrates their ball skills while the game waits for player input