|CyberFoot is a soccer (football) management game. Try being a coach in National
Leagues and international competitions such as Champions League of Europe, Libertadores Cup, Intercontinental Cup, etc.|
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:20|
|Languages||English, Portuguese, Spanish|
|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE|
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CyberFoot is a soccer (football) management game. Try being a coach in national leagues and international competitions such as Champions League of Europe, Libertadores Cup, Intercontinental Cup, etc.
The game has an attractive user friendly interface with informative displays of all the features.
There are more than 350 real teams and more than 6000 real players in the game! All teams are with real logos, squads and stadiums.
By default you can play the Brazilian, Italian, English, Portuguese or Spanish leagues. All clubs
divided in 4 division to allow a dinamic game. Then the winners will play Champions League or
Soccer, futebol, elifoot, management, super soccer manager, calcio, game, juego, jogo, fútbol
| Free Download CyberFoot 2007 from cyberfoot.org|
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