Managers will feature on FIFA 17, EA Sports confirmed last week as part of their trailer teaser release.
Their presence will add more authenticity to an already outstanding football simulation, with the latest instalment to go on sale this Autumn.
Above is a shot of Tottenham Hotspur head coach Mauricio Pochettino as he will feature in the game, which shows just how realistic their graphics are.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino
Fortunately for EA there is little question of Pochettino leaving Tottenham at any point over the course of the season, although the constant managerial changes in the Premier League could provide a challenge over the next year.
The manager's roles will come into their own in the new Journey mode feature, which allows gamers to control the progress of a young talent called Alex Hunter, right down to how he trains, answers questions in press conferences, and interact with their boss.
Two of the consultants on the feature are Tottenham stars Dele Alli and Harry Kane... who no doubt will have given their own insights on their gaffer to make the game as realistic as possible.
England's Harry Kane shoots
Dele Alli celebrates with team mates after scoring the first goal for Tottenham