Konami's released an update for Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 that brings all club sides' rosters up to date following the closure of the real life transfer window at the end of January.
It's a nice update for footy fans and one that should have been standard procedure long before 2009, but better late than never.
The download, which is accessible via the game system settings, is available for the PS3, 360 and PC versions of the title.
"Hundreds of players have been updated and corrected according to their moves, with approximately 200 new players added to the game for the first time," says Konami.
So this picture will be the last time you see Robbie Keane at Liverpool then.
"The stats of thousands of players have also been refined, in line with their performances so far this season," Konami added.
The company said that a smaller update released this week "corrects small technical issues within PES 2009, including the importation of photo data".
It also said that it is committed to further improving the game, and that it has "further exciting downloadable content set for release in the coming months".