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Sherri Watson | 13 April, 2018, 21:30

Football Manager is making its debut on the Nintendo Switch to allow budding bosses to lead their team at home AND away. This gives fans a unique Football Manager experience that can be played on the move or docked at home and enjoyed on the big screen.

Though quite frankly, why you're playing it on the TV is beyond us; the portable nature of the Switch, combined with the jam-it-straight-into-your-veins appeal of Football Manager, means it's flawless for playing on the go.

Football Manager Touch 2018 has been announced and released for Switch.

It is the first time the series has been seen on a console since it featured on the Xbox 360 between 2005 and 2007.

In a recent sales data release from Famitsu, it has been reported that the Nintendo Switch sales in Japan have reached just over 4 million, marking a very significant milestone for the handheld console.

So, how does Football Manager Touch 2018 compare to the PC version of Football Manager 2018?

Developing your footballing philosophy is easy with tactical analysis steering you towards your strengths by highlighting your weaknesses.

Football Manager Touch 2018 for Switch was co-developed by Sports Interactive and Sonic Dash sister studio Hardlight. This means you can play using both control methods on the go, and doesn't effectively rule people out from playing in docked mode on their telly, either.