Sega and developer Sports Interactive are giving footy fans another chance to star in the forthcoming Football Manager 2006, after the success of last years 'Face in the Game' competition.


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The need for extra faces comes about because more than 250,000 players are included in the game, and as they retire from playing they have to be replaced by "regenerated" players, ensuring managers always have footballers to work with - each of which need a face to represent the new up-and-coming star.

Some basic requirements such being aged 18 to 22 and not displaying any team colours are amongst the basic rules which are available on the Sports Interactive website, where you can also submit your photo. Older gamers will have their photo used to represent other club staff including coaches and physios.

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