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Football Manager 2017's new match engine looks a lot better

Sports Interactive has unveiled some of the new features included in Football Manager 2017 - and shown off the new match engine. In the video below, Sports Interactive chief Miles Jacobson runs through a raft of improvements and tweaks, but it was the new match engine that caught my eye. The match engine has a new camera angle, called "behind goal low". This gives you a much more up close and personal view of the match, letting you see the trajectory of the ball from long range shots, and offers a different perspective for your team lineup.
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