Football Manager 2010 is the perfect game for those who are passionate about the game of football. Developed by Sports Interactive and published by Sega, it is the sixth instalment of the Football Manager series. It offers a realistic simulation of managing a football team, from choosing players and tactics, to dealing with transfer negotiations and team morale.
It can be played on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, PlayStation Portable and iOS, and a demo version was released on 14 October 2009. Football Manager 2010 is an exciting and challenging game that allows you to take control of your own team and lead them to success.
1. Marek Hamšík
- 2001–2002: Jupie Podlavice
- 2002–2004: Slovan Bratislava
- 2002–2004: Slovan Bratislava
- 2004–2007: Brescia
- 2007–2019: Napoli
- 2019–2021: Dalian Professional
- 2021: IFK Göteborg
- 2021: Trabzonspor
- 2003–2004: Slovakia U17
- 2005–2006: Slovakia U19
- 2006–2007: Slovakia U21
- 2007–2022: Slovakia
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 23:24, 5 January 2023 (UTC)
Hamšík started his career at Jupie Podlavice in the Czech Republic. He joined Napoli in 2016 and has since become a key part of their midfield. Hamšík is known for his hard work on the pitch, as well as his ability to score goals from set-pieces.
His contract with Trabzonspor expires in 2021 and there are rumours that he could be leaving Turin soon. Hamšík would be an excellent signing for any club looking to strengthen their midfield options, and will no doubt continue to improve over the next few years.
Marek Hamšík is a Slovak professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for Serie A club Napoli and the Slovakia national team.
Hamšík began his career at Slovan Bratislava, before moving to Italian side Brescia in 2004. He then joined Napoli in 2007 where he has since made over 100 appearances and won two league titles. In 2019, Hamšík moved to the newly-promoted.
Turkish club Dalian Professional after leaving Napoli. He will be looking to help them avoid relegation this season.
Hamšík represented Slovakia at youth level, making six appearances between 2002 and 2004 inclusive before earning his first senior call up in 2006 for the U21s.
After winning back-to-back league titles with Napoli in 2018 and 2019, Hamšík was named Serie A Player of the Year both years by Italy's La Gazzetta dello.
Sport newspaper, becoming only the second player (after Paolo Maldini) to win consecutive awards whilst playing for different clubs in Italy’s top division.
Hamšiik has been capped 136 times by Slovakia since debuting against Hungary U17 in 2003.
2. Sergio Asenjo
- 2005–2006: Valladolid
- 2006–2008: Valladolid B
- 2006–2009: Valladolid
- 2009–2014: Atlético Madrid
- 2011: Málaga (loan)
- 2013–2014: Villarreal (loan)
- 2014–2022: Villarreal
- 2022: Valladolid
- 2006: Spain U17
- 2007: Spain U19
- 2009: Spain U20
- 2008–2010: Spain U21
- 2016: Spain
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 16 September 2022
Sergio Asenjo is a Spanish goalkeeper who currently plays for Valladolid. Asenjo started his career with San Juanillo before moving to Valladolid in 2005.
He has been a regular starter for the La Liga club and helped them reach the Copa del Rey final in 2014–15, where they were beaten by Sevilla. In 2016–17, he was part of Spain's World Cup squad but did not feature in any of their matches as they were eliminated at the group stage.
Asenjo signed an extension to his contract with Valladolid earlier this year which will keep him at the club until 2020.
Sergio Asenjo began his career at Valladolid, playing for the club from 2006 to 2009. He then moved to Atlético Madrid and played there until 2014, when he was loaned out to Villarreal.
In 2016, Asenjo made his international debut for Spain against Lithuania in a World Cup qualifier. He is currently with Valladolid once again, having signed a contract extension in September of that year.
3. Eduardo Salvio
- 1994–2008: Lanús
- 2008–2010: Lanús
- 2010–2012: Atlético Madrid
- 2010–2011: → Benfica (loan)
- 2012–2019: Benfica
- 2019–2022: Boca Juniors
- 2022–: UNAM
- 2007: Argentina U17
- 2008–2009: Argentina U20
- 2009–2020: Argentina
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 13:38, 1 October 2022 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 8 October 2020
Eduardo Salvio is a talented and young winger who has represented Argentina at both youth and senior level. He started his career with Lanús before moving to UNAM in 2016.
Salvio is known for his speed, dribbling ability, and crossing skills which have helped him score goals domestically and internationally.
With 10 Premier League appearances under his belt, Eduardo Salvio looks set to continue developing as a player in the English top-flight over the coming seasons.
In international football, Eduardo Salvio has made 36 appearances for Argentina including at the 2018 FIFA World Cup where he scored two goals in Group D play against Senegal and Morocco respectively.
At 32 years of age, Eduardo Salvio still has plenty of potentials to achieve success on the pitch - hopefully he can do so with UNAM over the next few seasons.
4. Stevan Jovetić
- Mladost Podgorica
- 2004–2006: Partizan
- 2006–2008: Partizan
- 2008–2013: Fiorentina
- 2013–2016: Manchester City
- 2015–2016: → Inter Milan (loan)
- 2016–2017: Inter Milan
- 2017: → Sevilla (loan)
- 2017–2021: Monaco
- 2021–: Hertha BSC
- 2005–2006: Serbia and Montenegro U17
- 2007: Montenegro U19
- 2007–2010: Montenegro U21
- 2007–: Montenegro
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 23:31, 28 October 2022 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 23
Stevan Jovetić is a Montenegrin football player who currently plays for Hertha BSC in the German Bundesliga. He started his career at Mladost Podgorica and played for Partizan before moving to Germany to play for Hertha.
Jovetić is known as an attacking midfielder, and has scored many goals over the course of his career. He was part of Montenegro's team that competed at the 2014 World Cup where they were eliminated in the first round by Brazil.
Stevan Jovetić started his career with Partizan Belgrade before joining Fiorentina in 2008. The Montenegrin international has made over 116 appearances for the Serie A club and has also played for Manchester City on loan.
He joined Inter Milan on a permanent basis in 2016, but left the club at the end of the 2017-18 season to join Sevilla.
Jovetić will move to Hertha BSC in Germany on a long-term deal next season. The 34-year-old has represented Serbia and Montenegro internationally on numerous occasions, including winning two U21 titles and one U17 title together with his countrymen.
5. Igor Akinfeev
- 1991–2002: CSKA Moscow
- 2003: CSKA Moscow
- 2002–2005: Russia U21
- 2004–2018: Russia
Igor Akinfeev is a Russian goalkeeper who currently plays for CSKA Moscow. Akinfeev started his career with CSKA Moscow in 1991 and went on to make over 230 appearances for the club.
He won the Russian Premier League title with CSKA Moscow in 2017 and was also named the club's captain that year.
Akinfeev was part of the Russia team that won the 2018 World Cup. Akinfeev has also played for Russia at the Euro 2008, Euro 2012, and the Confederations Cup.
Akinfeev is a regular member of the Russia national team and has made over 50 appearances for his country.
Akinfeev is considered one of the best goalkeepers in Russia and is a highly-rated player in the international scene. Akinfeev is currently contracted to CSKA Moscow until 2021.
Akinfeev is a goalkeeping legend at CSKA Moscow and is highly respected by his peers and fans alike.
6. Diego Renan
- 2004–2008: Cruzeiro
- 2008–2016: Cruzeiro
- 2013: → Criciúma (loan)
- 2014: → Vasco da Gama (loan)
- 2015–2016: → Vitória (loan)
- 2017: Chapecoense
- 2018: Figueirense
- 2019: Ponte Preta
- 2020–2021: CSA
- 2021: Avaí
- 2022–: CSA
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 30 January 2022
Diego Renan is a Brazilian full back who currently plays for CSA. Renan has played for Cruzeiro for most of his youth career. He has been capped for the Brazil U-20 team and made one appearance for the senior team.
Renan is a versatile player who is capable of playing at full back or in midfield. Renan is a hard worker who is always looking to set up his team mates. Renan is a fast player who is able to get up and down the field.
Renan is a composed player who is able to read the game well. Renan is looking to establish himself as a key player for CSA in the future. Renan is a determined player who is always looking to achieve his goals. Diego Renan is a Brazilian defender who currently plays for Chapecoense.
He has played for several clubs in his senior career, having started out with Cruzeiro before moving to Vasco da Gama and then Vitória.
Renan has been a regular starter for Chapecoense, and has helped the club to reach the Copa Sudamericana final. He is known for his strong defense and excellent passing.
Renan is also a regular for the Brazil national team, and has played at the Copa América and the World Cup. He is expected to play a major role for Brazil at the 2020 Olympics.
Renan is a highly-rated player, and is expected to attract interest from a number of clubs in the near future. He is already considered to be one of the best defenders in the world.
Renan is a popular figure with the Chapecoense fans, and they are hoping that he will stay with the club for a long time to come.
7. Nicolás Otamendi
- 1995–2007: Vélez Sarsfield
- 2007–2010: Vélez Sarsfield
- 2010–2014: Porto
- 2014–2015: Valencia
- 2014: Atlético Mineiro (loan)
- 2015–2020: Manchester City
- 2020: Benfica
- 2009: Argentina
Nicolás Otamendi is a central defender who currently plays for Portuguese club Benfica. Otamendi began his career at Argentine club Vélez Sarsfield before moving to Portuguese side Porto in 2010.
Otamendi spent two seasons with Valencia before joining Atlético Mineiro on loan in 2014. He made his international debut for Argentina in 2014 and has since represented his country at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Otamendi is a regular member of the Argentina national team and is considered one of the best defenders in the world. Otamendi is married and has two children. He is a passionate footballer and is known for his hard work on the pitch.
Otamendi is contracted to Benfica until 2020. He is a fan of Manchester United and admires former Manchester United player Rio Ferdinand.
8. Yoann Gourcuff
France national football team
- 1992–2001: Lorient
- 2001–2003: Rennes
- 2003–2006: Rennes
- 2006–2009: AC Milan
- 2008–2009: Bordeaux (loan)
- 2009–2010: Bordeaux
- 2010–2015: Lyon
- 2015–2018: Rennes
- 2018–2019: Dijon
- 2002–2003: France U17
- 2003: France U18
- 2004–2005: France U19
- 2006–2008: France U21
- 2008–2013: France
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals
Yoann Gourcuff is a professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Paris Saint-Germain. Gourcuff began his career at Lorient before moving to Rennes in 2001.
He spent six seasons with the club, winning the Coupe de France in 2003. Gourcuff signed for PSG in June 2012 and helped the club win the Ligue 1 title in his first season with the club.
He has also won the Coupe de France and the Coupe de la Ligue with PSG. Gourcuff has represented France at international level, winning the European Championship in 2012 and the World Cup in 2014.
Gourcuff will be 39 years old at the end of the 2018–19 season, which will be his 17th season in the top flight of French football. Gourcuff has been a regular pick for the France national team since making his debut in 2005.
He has played 116 matches for France, scoring 23 goals. Yoann Gourcuff is married to his long-time girlfriend, Ludivine Tellier. They have two children. Gourcuff is a devout Christian and often posts religious messages on his social media accounts.
Yoann Gourcuff was named the Ligue 1 Player of the Year in 2009, 2012 and 2016.
Also Played For: stade rennais f.c
9. Sotiris Ninis
Greece national football team
- 2000–2001: Giannis Pathiakakis Academies
- 2001–2003: Apollon Smyrnis
- 2003–2006: Panathinaikos
- 2006–2012: Panathinaikos
- 2012–2014: Parma
- 2013–2014: → PAOK (loan)
- 2014–2016: Panathinaikos
- 2016–2017: Charleroi
- 2017: Mechelen
- 2017–2018: Maccabi Petah Tikva
- 2018–2019: Hapoel Ashkelon
- 2020–2022: Volos
- 2023–: PAS Giannina
- 2006–2008: Greece U19
- 2008–2010: Greece U21
- 2008–2015: Greece
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 18 February 2023, ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 16 June 2015 (UTC)
Sotiris Ninis is an attacking midfielder who has played for PAS Giannina in Greece. He started his senior career with Apollon Smyrnis in 2003. He spent two seasons with Panathinaikos before joining PAS Giannina in 2006.
Ninis has made over 100 appearances in the Greek Superleague and Europa League. He has represented Albania at youth level. Ninis is a physical and hard-working midfielder who is able to score goals. He is likely to feature for PAS Giannina in the Europa League group stages this season.
Ninis is a key player for the Albanian national team. He is a hard-working and determined midfielder who is known for his good passing ability.
Sotiris Ninis started his career with Panathinaikos, where he played for six seasons. Ninis was a regular for Greece at youth level, and made his senior debut in 2008.
He spent three seasons with the club, before moving to Parma in 2012. Ninis played for two seasons at Parma, before joining PAOK on loan in 2014.
He returned to Panathinaikos the following year. Ninis has since played for Charleroi, Mechelen, and Ashkelon, before joining PAS Giannina in 2020. Ninis has made 33 appearances for the national team, scoring two goals.
FC Bayern Munich
- 2003–2007: São Paulo
- 2007: São Paulo
- 2008–2012: Bayern Munich
- 2010: → 1. FC Nürnberg (loan)
- 2015–2017: São Paulo
- 2017: → Vasco da Gama (loan)
- 2018–2020: Vasco da Gama
- 2008: Brazil U23
Breno is a Brazilian centre-back who has played for Bayern Munich and São Paulo. Breno is a tall centre-back who is known for his aerial ability and strong tackling.
Breno has been a regular for Brazil at youth level, and made his senior debut for São Paulo in 2007. Breno joined Bayern Munich in 2008, and made 21 appearances for the club before being signed by São Paulo in 2012.
Breno is a regular for São Paulo in the Brazilian Série A, and has also been capped by Brazil at U17, U20 and senior level. Breno is a key player for São Paulo, and is expected to be a key part of the side that challenge for the Brazilian title this season.
Breno is a defender with a good temperament, and is known for his leadership qualities in the dressing room. Breno is a versatile player who can play at centre-back or as a defensive midfielder.
Breno is expected to be a key part of São Paulo's defence this season, and is likely to be a key player in Brazil's 2014 World Cup campaign.
Also Played For: football manager 2009
11. Mathias Jørgensen
- 1994–2007: B.93
- 2007–2012: Copenhagen
- 2012–2014: PSV Eindhoven
- 2013–2014: Jong PSV
- 2014–2017: Copenhagen
- 2017–2019: Huddersfield Town
- 2019–2021: Fenerbahçe
- 2020: Fortuna Düsseldorf (loan)
- 2020–2021: Copenhagen (loan)
- 2021: Brentford
- 2006: Denmark U16
- 2006–2007: Denmark U17
- 2007: Denmark U18
- 2008–2012: Denmark U21
- 2008: Denmark
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 21:30, 14 January 2023 (UTC), ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 21
Mathias Jørgensen is a Danish centre-back who currently plays for Brentford in the English Premier League. Jørgensen started his career with B.93 before moving to Dutch side AFC Ajax in 2007.
Jørgensen made his EPL debut for Huddersfield Town in 2018. Jørgensen has played for the Denmark national team, appearing at the 2014 World Cup and Euro 2016. Jørgensen is a hard-working centre-back who is known for his aerial ability.
Jørgensen is likely to be a key player for Brentford in the years to come. Jørgensen is a popular figure in the Brentford locker room, and the team relies on him to provide leadership. Jørgensen is a devout Christian, and he often speaks about his faith in interviews.
Jørgensen is a popular figure with the Brentford fans, and he has been involved in several charity events.
12. Sergey Krivets
FC Dynamo Brest
- 2003–2006: Lokomotiv Minsk
- 2006–2009: BATE Borisov
- 2010–2012: Lech Poznań
- 2012–2013: Jiangsu Sainty
- 2013–2014: BATE Borisov
- 2014–2016: Metz
- 2015: Metz B
- 2016–2017: Wisła Płock
- 2017–2018: Arka Gdynia
- 2018–2020: Dinamo Brest
- 2021–2022: Lech Poznań II
- 2022: Wiara Lecha Poznań
- 2004: Belarus U19
- 2006–2009: Belarus U21
- 2008–2016: Belarus
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 19 November 2022, ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 12 June 2017
Sergey Krivets is a Belarusian footballer who currently plays for Polish side Wiara Lecha Poznań. Krivets started his career with Lokomotiv Minsk, and appeared in 52 games over two seasons with the club.
Krivets then transferred to Belarusian side BATE Borisov, where he played 92 games over four seasons. Krivets has represented his country at youth level, and made his debut for the senior side in 2006. Krivets has been a regular for Wiara Lecha Poznań during the 2017–18 season.
Krivets is known for his hard-working nature and strong ball control, which has seen him become a key player for the team. Krivets is set to join Portuguese side Benfica in the summer of 2018. Krivets is a father of one.
After leaving BATE Borisov, Krivets expressed his desire to return to Belarus and help his country achieve international recognition.
Also Played For: belarus premier league
13. Silviu Lung Jr.
- 2004–2007: Universitatea Craiova
- 2007–2011: Universitatea Craiova
- 2011–2017: Astra Giurgiu
- 2017–2022: Kayserispor
- 2022–: Al-Raed
- 2007–2011: Romania U21
- 2010–2014: Romania
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 6 May 2022, ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 19 November 2019
Lung Jr. is a goalkeeper who currently plays for Al-Raed. He started playing football at the age of 7 and has played for numerous Romanian clubs, including Astra Giurgiu.
He made his international debut for Romania in 2010 and has since played at various international tournaments. Lung Jr. is known for his strong shot-stopping ability. He is a regular in the Romanian national team and is considered one of the country's top goalkeepers.
In 2015, he was named the Romanian Goalkeeper of the Year. Lung Jr. is a devout Christian and often speaks about his faith in interviews. He is married and has two children. Lung Jr. is a highly-rated goalkeeper and is considered one of the best in the world. Silviu Lung Jr.
was born on 20 February 1992 in Craiova, Romania. He started his football career at Universitatea Craiova.
He made his professional debut in 2007 with Universitatea Craiova. He then moved to Astra Giurgiu in 2011. He made 125 appearances for Kayserispor between 2017 and 2022.
He then moved to Al-Raed in 2022. He has played for Romania U21 and the Romanian national team. He has won three Romanian league titles and two Romanian cup titles. Silviu Lung Jr. is a midfielder and has scored one goal in his professional career.
14. Miguel Veloso
Portugal national football team
- 1994–1999: Benfica
- 1999–2000: CAC Pontinha
- 2000–2005: Sporting CP
- 2005–2010: Sporting CP
- 2005–2006: Olivais Moscavide (loan)
- 2010–2012: Genoa
- 2012–2016: Dynamo Kyiv
- 2016–2018: Genoa
- 2018–2019: Genoa
- 2019: Hellas Verona
- 2001–2002: Portugal U16
- 2002–2003: Portugal U17
- 2004: Portugal U18
- 2004–2005: Portugal U19
- 2006: Portugal U20
- 2006–2008: Portugal U21
- 2007–2015: Portugal
Miguel Veloso is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays for Hellas Verona. Veloso began his career with Benfica, where he made 98 appearances over four seasons.
He joined Sporting CP in 2006, and would stay with the club for five years. Veloso then moved to Olivais Moscavide on loan for two years. In 2010, he joined Hellas Verona.
Veloso has represented Portugal at under-21 level and made his senior debut in 2006. Veloso is a versatile midfielder who can play in several positions. Veloso has won several trophies with Hellas Verona, including the Serie A title in 2017.
He is a Portugal national team regular, and has made 47 appearances. Miguel Veloso is a Portuguese-born football player who currently plays for Italian club Genoa.
Veloso has represented his country in several tournaments, including the UEFA European Championship.
Veloso was born in Lisbon in 1990 and started playing football at a young age. After playing for several lower-level Portuguese clubs, he joined Serie A side Genoa in 2012.
Veloso has been praised for his attacking play, and has been compared to Portugal greats like Fernando Torres and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Veloso is a regular in the Portugal national team, and has represented his country at several international tournaments, including the UEFA European Championship.
He is currently the team's top scorer. Veloso is a popular player in Italy, and is often the target of opposition fans. He is known for his humor and easygoing nature off the pitch.
Veloso is expected to leave Genoa in the near future and join a bigger club. He has been linked with several top European clubs, including Barcelona and Manchester United.
Veloso is married and has two children. He is a devout Christian and often posts religious messages on his social media accounts. Veloso's father, Miguel Veloso, was also a professional football player.
15. Franco Zuculini
- Racing Club
- 2008–2009: Racing Club
- 2009–2012: 1899 Hoffenheim
- 2010–2011: → Genoa (loan)
- 2011: → Racing Club (loan)
- 2011–2012: → Zaragoza (loan)
- 2012–2013: Zaragoza
- 2014: Arsenal Sarandí
- 2014–2016: Bologna
- 2016–2018: Verona
- 2018–2019: Colón
- 2019–2020: Venezia
- 2020–2021: Defensor Sporting
- 2021–: SPAL
- 2007: Argentina U17
- 2009: Argentina U20
- 2009: Argentina
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 22:14, 17 January 2023 (UTC)
Franco Zuculini is a defensive midfielder who currently plays for SPAL. Zuculini made his senior debut with Racing Club in 2008, and has since gone on to make over 200 appearances for the club.
Zuculini has represented Argentina at youth level, and has also played for the country at Under-20 and Under-23 level. Zuculini is known for his defensive abilities, and is often used as a defensive midfielder in Serie A.
Zuculini is a product of Racing Club's youth system, and will likely enter the final year of his contract with SPAL in 2018. Zuculini has represented Argentina at Under-20 and Under-23 level, and is likely to be called up for the full national side in the future.
Zuculini is a keen sportsman, and is also a member of the Argentine national rugby union team. Zuculini is married and has two children. Zuculini is a fan of Racing Club, and is often seen in the stands at the club's home games.
FC Shakhtar Donetsk
- 2005–2007: Corinthians
- 2007–2011: Corinthians
- 2011–2021: Shakhtar Donetsk
- 2013: → Beşiktaş (loan)
- 2022–: Ceará
- 2009: Brazil U20
- *Club domestic league appearances and goals, correct as of 20 October 2022, ‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 4 July 2019
Dentinho is a Brazilian forward who currently plays for Ceará. He started his career with São Paulo, before moving to Shakhtar Donetsk in 2015. Dentinho has scored 12 goals in 56 appearances for Shakhtar Donetsk, and has also represented Brazil at international level.
Dentinho is a quick, skilful forward who is capable of scoring goals from a variety of positions. He is likely to be a key player for Ceará in the upcoming season, and is expected to help the club challenge for honours.
Dentinho is a versatile player who can play as a forward or as a supporting midfielder.
He is a hard-working player who is always looking to help his team win. Dentinho is a popular player with the fans of Shakhtar Donetsk, and he is expected to play a major role in the club's future. Dentinho is a talented forward who is well worth watching in the upcoming season.
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