Demo out now with Championship Manager Challenge 2010Championship Manager 2010 is proud to announce that a free demo version of the game is now available containing all the latest features including a bespoke 3D match engine with over 500 individual player animations, a Set-piece creator giving users the chance to create their own unique free kicks and corners, Scouting Networks allowing users to set-up local networks in countries around the world and grow local player knowledge and Practice matches helping users select their perfect team or trial new players.
Download the demo now to experience the new version of Championship Manager that has been two years in the making. All players of the demo will be eligible to take part in the Championship Manager 2010 challenge to win a footballing tour of Europe for 2 people visiting four different countries to take in some of the best football the world has to offer. Visit www.cm10challenge.co.uk to register simply type your code into the Demo in order to activate the in-game challenges. More information on the challenge and what players need to do can be found on the challenge website (www.cm10challenge.co.uk)
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Championship Manager 2010 was originally planned for release on 24 April 2009, however Eidos Interactive released the game on September 11, 2009. A fully 3D match engine (using motion-captured movements to provide more than 500 animations per player) was implemented for the first time, and it was announced on February 6 that new English Leagues, the Isthmian, Southern and Northern Premier Leagues would be included in the game, as well as Croatian, Romanian, Irish and Northern Irish Leagues. The German league system was also restructured for this edition, including the 3. Liga and 3 Regionalliga. The game was released 11 September with a demo version being available on the website from 14 August.
On February 28, 2003, the United States entered into a settlement agreement with F & K Management, Inc., d/b/a Hard Times Cafes and Santa Fe Cue Clubs, to resolve a complaint brought to the attention of the Division's National Origin Working Group (NOWG) by the Sikh Coalition, a national Sikh advocacy group. The Coalition reported that on September 23, 2001, a young Indian-American Sikh was told by a manager to remove his turban or leave at its Springfield, Virginia club. The Division's investigation revealed that F & K had promulgated and posted a policy in its clubs prohibiting head coverings with the exception of cowboy hats and baseball caps. Pursuant to the agreement, F & K rescinded its head covering policy and replaced it with a dress code approved by the United States, posted nondiscrimination signs at the five (5) establishments it owns and/or operates, agreed to place periodic nondiscrimination ads in the Washington Post and local and national Sikh and Muslim publications over a 3-year period, and arranged for periodic training of its owners and employees by Sikh and Islamic organizations over the three-year term of the agreement. In addition, F & K's owner wrote a formal letter of apology to the complainant and provided free dinner and pool playing privileges for use by him, his family and friends.
On May 9, 2012, the court entered a consent decree in United States v. Barnason (S.D.N.Y.). The complaint, filed on on April 20, 2010, alleged that the managers and owner of three residential apartment buildings in Manhattan engaged in a pattern or practice of sexual harassment of female tenants in violation of Fair Housing Act. Defendant Barnason is a Level 3 sex offender who was hired after being released from prison for various sexual offenses. Pursuant to the consent decree, the defendants will pay a $55,000 civil penalty to the United States and more than $2 million in damages to six victims. This is the largest award ever recovered in a sexual harassment suit brought by the United States under the Fair Housing Act. Also under the decree, the building manager who engaged in the most severe of the harassing conduct is permanently enjoined from having any involvement in the management or maintenance of occupied rental housing property. 2b1af7f3a8