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Premier Manager 2005-2006 Announced for Europe

by Lasse Pallesen - June 29, 2005, 5:26 am EDT
Total comments: 4 Source: Press Release

The soccer manager sim will be released for GBA in August.


ZOO digital are pleased to announce the latest instalment of the Premier Manager series 2005-2006. The multi-million selling series once again enters the race to become top of the league with budding football managers.

The game has been overhauled in terms of presentation and game interface which will enhance the brand further. The ever popular Gameboy Advance version is once again launched which is sure to please its huge fan base.

This latest edition of Premier Manager gives you the chance to be part of the whole glory-filled football management experience like never before. From the chance to coach local teams to promotion, to the challenge of leading your national team to victory, the fate of your club is on your shoulders.


- A realistic football management experience with a first-rate logic system

- Released across 3 major formats – play at home on PS2 and PC, or play away with the Game Boy Advance version

- Compete in 12 cup titles and pick from nearly 10,000 players

- Play through 14 divisions across the UK and in Europe

Premier Manager 2005-06 will be released in August for Playstation®2, PC, and Gameboy Advance in August 2005.


BloodworthDaniel Bloodworth, Staff AlumnusJune 29, 2005

Soccer what? There's nothing in that press release about soccer. ;-)

KDR_11kJune 29, 2005

It's about football. The kind that is actually played with your feet.

KnowsNothingJune 29, 2005

He was kidding. That's why he e-winked at the end face-icon-small-tongue.gif

BloodworthDaniel Bloodworth, Staff AlumnusJune 29, 2005


The kind that is actually played with your feet.

Right, that's pretty much why I made the remark. Although, there's absolutely nothing that can be done about it, it still seems messed up that the sport that's more accurately titled football has to change its name to something meaningless in America.

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