The footballer behind a super injunction that prevents the press from reporting details of his alleged affairs has been named.
The gagging order was taken out by Basil Vialli, a 21-year-old regenerated player in Football Manager 2011 for PC and Mac.
The Leeds United playmaker, who has 20 for passing and 19 for shooting, acted to silence reporters following accusations he has been playing away from home with a string of Premier League gold-diggers.
Leeds boss Damien Smith, 18, has refused to comment on press speculation linking the starlet with a move away from the redeveloped Leeds Dome Arena.
Vialli has endured a troubled season since joining Champions League holders Leeds in 2027, having been automatically generated by Football Manager in 2024 to replace a retiring player.
He initially struggled to settle in the UK after leaving his native Napoli for an undisclosed compensation payment.
The attacking midfielder (AMC) failed to attend training on several occasions and rumours he was unsettled prompted several big-name clubs to enquire about his availability.
A series of fines for misconduct followed – including one accidentally handed out when Leeds boss Smith was a bit tipsy on his 18th birthday.