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It's the same as what they did with one of the fight night games, the character wasn't customisable at all.

 

On the plus side, you can play for any of the prem teams who all now have the actual premier league managers so we can play for boro and get sent out on loan straight away by Aitor and smash lamps in the house.

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I think it's a good start though. Hoping next season is more customisable.

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It's the same as what they did with one of the fight night games, the character wasn't customisable at all.

 

On the plus side, you can play for any of the prem teams who all now have the actual premier league managers so we can play for boro and get sent out on loan straight away by Aitor and smash lamps in the house.

 

I bet Hunter and his family are still Southerners though. After a bad game I want his dad to be like "Ow kidda, chin up lad we'll get a couple of parmos in to cheer you up!" :D

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