What's hot and what's not.
THE worlds of real and virtual football management look like
they've finally officially crossed over. Premier League club
Everton has signed a partnership with Sports Interactive, developers of
the game Football Manager, to give coach David Moyes and his staff
unrivalled access to its database of more than 370,000 players and
staff. Everton will be able to scan 20,000 active teams in more than 50
countries worldwide, gaining access to the largest scouting network in
football with more than 1,000 scouts from around the globe.
In the charts this week, Football Manager 2009 made a strong entry
to the top 10 at three, pipped only by Call of Duty: World at War and
World of Warcraft: Wrath of Lich King. Guitar Hero: World Tour was the
big climber this week, jumping a whopping 11 places from 17 to six.