No one could have predicted Manchester United’s current position in the Premier League when PlayStation Vita port Football Manager Classic 2014 was placed on the transfer list back in August last year. New gaffer David Moyes will be hoping to start a fresh save file, then, when the soccer simulation finally gets underway on 11th April in Europe.

After a prolonged period of silence more deafening than the stunned Old Trafford crowd, Sports Interactive’s boss Miles Jacobson confirmed the date on Twitter, though stressed that the title doesn’t currently have a release window outside of the Old World. To be honest, the Red Devils probably have more chance of upsetting Bayern Munich than this arriving in North America.

Nevertheless, the port actually sounds pretty good. It’ll include cross-save compatibility with the PC and Mac, allowing you to further your fledgling footy career on the go. Furthermore, it will feature the full 3D Match Engine from the computer edition, allowing you to admire your parked bus tactics from the virtual touchline. José Mourinho would be proud.

You can check out a batch of new screenshots on the game’s official website through here. Is this title on your summer swap list, or are you concerned that it may take over your life? Try not to get booed by your home crowd in the comments section below.

[via twitter.com, eurogamer.net]