Win a Copy of Football Manager 2015
Tuesday, 19th May 2015 12:23 by Gav
Thanks to Cash Gen, we have a copy of Football Manager 2015 to give away to one lucky reader.
Football Manager is the must-have computer game in which you show your tactical flair and transfer market prowess to lead your team to glory. You can get your hands on a copy of the game which is receiving rave reviews by answering the following question correctly and having your entry drawn at random.
What was the name of the man who created the original Football Manager for Addictive Games back in the 1980s?
Email your answer to: firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name and postal address please.
The draw will be made on Sunday 24th May at noon.
Should you not win, the game is available for purchase from Amazon currently at £17.85 for PC/Mac and PC download.
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