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Football Transfer Centre for history on Android

If you are dedicated to football and find yourself checking the latest transfer news, then apps can certainly help to keep you updated. Today, we wanted to feature Football Transfer Centre for detailed history if you are on an Android phone or tablet and don’t want just the latest news.

We have touched on a number of apps for different football clubs in the past and many of these applications feature breaking news for football transfers in 2013, but none deliver a detailed look at the past year let alone going back to the 90s.

Football Transfer Centre for Android devices will provide that insight, so you can take a look at transfer lists going right back to 1992 for 50 football clubs. These include those in the Football League and English Premier League.

You can see the official Football Transfer Centre app download page on Google play. You can see a number of football clubs listed here including Wigan, West Ham, Tottenham Hotspur, Swansea, Newcastle, Manchester United, Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and many more.

Football Transfer Centre delivers insight about Manchester United's transfer history
Football Transfer Centre delivers insight about Manchester United’s transfer history

As we mentioned above, you shouldn’t expect to find some of the latest football transfers in this app but you should see most of 2012. From our quick look it seems that more updates are needed and this is seen with comments from users along the lines of “This is a great app for seeing previous season transfers, but a lack of updates is the reason I find this an average app”.

Football Transfer Centre version 2.2 landed just over a month ago and only just added the 2012 summer transfer window, so considering that delay it might be a while before you see the 2013 summer transfers land inside this Android app.

If you want to look at the main football clubs and transfers made from 1992 to 2012, then we think this is one of the best apps you will find to do that job on Google Android.

Those of you that love Manchester United should take a look at our previous article that lists some of the best apps for this club, although we should point out none are the official app at this time.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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