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Non-league football team Bromley FC have teamed up with Xbox and Football Manager to deliver a one-of-a-kind opportunity for a fan to swap the gaming chair for one in the manager’s office.
The ambitious fifth division team have today launched ‘The Everyday Tactician’, a campaign to find a Football Manager mastermind to join Andy Woodman’s coaching staff.
The winner will take up a five-month role at the Kent-based team and will be tasked with helping them steer towards promotion to the Football League for the first time in the club’s 131-year history.
‘This isn’t a gimmick,’ Woodman told Mail Sport.
‘This is a real opportunity and when it was presented to me to get someone into our coaching team and be alongside us with the tactics, I thought it was a brilliant idea. I really, really did.