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My Live Season to keep FIFA 10 accurate, Michael Owen-less

Submitted by on Thursday, 10 September 20092 Comments

FIFA 10Subscribers to EA SPORTS new My Live Season service for FIFA 10 will be able to enjoy the most authentic and up to date football (soccer) game ever.

Pushing updates every Wednesday to those who sign up, the service tracks every injury, transfer and statistic to keep your virtual squad as close to real-life as possible.

So, don’t expect to see any little virtual Michael Owens running around in FIFA 10; considering the little scamp will probably spend most of the season watching his team-mates from the physio room.

The service is priced at £3.99 (no other currencies available at this time) for one league and is available for the Barclay’s Premier League, La Liga BBVA, Ligue 1, Bundesliga, Serie A and Mexican Primera Division enabling players to visually track their results against real life as they progress.

If you’re a total footie nut, however, you can pick up all leagues for a hearty £7.99.

In other FIFA news, an upcoming demo for the 10th edition will hit Europe on the 10th September in Europe and the 17th of September in North America. Teams available in the demo will be Chelsea, Barcelona, Juventus, Bayern Munich, Marseille and Chicago Fire. Another missed opportunity for young Michael to get a run out. Shame.