SEGA has confirmed that Football Manager 2008 will be coming to the Xbox 360 on March 28th.
SEGA assures us that the game will come fully updated, featuring all the comings and goings from the mid-season transfer window. So, yes - Nicholas Anelka will be playing for Chelski, not Bolton Wanderers.
SEGA also tells us that online play has been souped up for the 360 version and will allow players to take on their mates in one-on-one matches or host tournaments.
“Football Manager 2008 on Xbox 360 gives console gamers the chance to dive into the wonderful world of football management”, said Miles Jacobson, studio director of Sports Interactive. “With the same feature set to the PC version and various online modes, we hope that there is something for every Xbox 360 owner to get stuck into.”
You can see the first screens from the 360 version of Football Manager 2008 below.