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amer
02-03-2011, 12:25
With maybe a week to go before the patch is due fingers and everything else crossed!! Which league would you manage to kill time!

crouchaldinho
02-03-2011, 12:58
India !

italianboy8
02-03-2011, 13:05
You got enough time to try more than one league...

amer
02-03-2011, 13:19
and whats your reason for it

Ayanami80
02-03-2011, 13:24
Play a lower division club with LLAMA rules. Very different and a great challenge. Can be frustrating at times too but thats the reality of management for 90% of managers out there.

crouchaldinho
02-03-2011, 13:33
and whats your reason for it

India. Quick to get through the seasons, good fun, bit of a challenge etc.

I thought you were looking for a quick fix and I think India is pretty quick to play through a few seasons. It's also 'off the beaten track' and something a bit different.

Arbeloa
02-03-2011, 13:59
Play a lower division club with LLAMA rules. Very different and a great challenge. Can be frustrating at times too but thats the reality of management for 90% of managers out there.

LLAMA-Lower league ?????? management ?????

amer
02-03-2011, 14:02
what about the MLS??

Zigi
02-03-2011, 14:04
MLS is a bit weird IMHO. Drafts , salary cap, playoffs, Adidas Generation.....

amer
02-03-2011, 14:08
MLS is a bit weird IMHO. Drafts , salary cap, playoffs....

If only New York Cosmos was in the MLS maybe I might go for the MLS. Having Eric Cantona as your Director would be interesting

stokes_83
02-03-2011, 15:32
Libya - crazy league

FrozenMush
02-03-2011, 15:49
10th division of England, A extra great challenge

amer
02-03-2011, 19:52
10th division of England, A extra great challenge

thats a long term game save I need short term before the patch come out

letissierandhenryaregreat
02-03-2011, 20:34
India is good fun and also a challenge. But you could always try one of Hong Kong's amateur teams.

Xirtama
02-03-2011, 20:35
Lithuania A-League. Very fun,small league,chance to go for Europe Competitions,small budgets,tiny attendence. Great challenge ;)

Suggy33
02-03-2011, 20:41
I've been playing as Bunyodkor in Uzbekistan. 4m budget, able to snap up the best players from the rest of the league for pennies (I've been taking the best ones, and if I don't need them, they go in my reserves who play in the league below), and if you load up the other nations like Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Kyrygystan, you can just snatch the best players from there too, and walk the league. I'm at the stage where if I don't score 4 or more goals in a game, we've played poor.

EnriqueZove
02-03-2011, 20:56
i will prefer India...

Smaller season, easy transfer market but with its own set of challenges (e.g playing 3 foreigner n 1 Asian in the 11, Best youth prospect concentrated in a single club, 26 matches in league)etc;

Luton Town
02-03-2011, 22:08
im just managing in scotland

amer
02-03-2011, 23:08
Premiership or la liga which one??