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Womens Leagues Will Be Added To Football Manager According To The Games Creators

Football Manager’s creators have revealed that women’s leagues would be added to the simulation video game.
The move would “cost millions” for a “little” short-term return, according to Sports Interactive, which created the Football Manager series in 2004. However, it was “the right thing to do,” according to Sports Interactive.
“There’s no denying that women’s football has a glass barrier, and we want to do everything we can to assist break it down,” wrote Miles Jacobson, Sports Interactive’s studio director.
“We believe in equality for all and want to be a part of the solution,” says one participant.
We want to be a part of the process that puts women’s football on an equal footing with men’s football,” Jacobson said, adding that it’s a “multi-year initiative” that’s been in the works for a while.
He added that creating the database for women’s football and working on the animation, as well as addressing concerns like transfer and wage structures, as well as the menstrual cycle and pregnancy, would take a long time.
On the same package, users will be able to manage both a men’s and a women’s squad.
“At this point, we don’t know how long the process will take, so we can’t say which version of FM will see women’s football debut,” Jacobson explained, “but rest assured that our plan is to make this happen as soon as possible.”

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