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Blue_magic
04-03-2011, 20:46
Well it's all in the title are you the type of player who stay's at one club the whole of your career or do you like to jump around a bit? Do you start at the top and try to stay there? or do you start unemployed and start in the Lower leagues?

ManUTactician247
04-03-2011, 20:53
a bit of both, personally I like enjoying different saves, right now I'm doing an unemployed save and am at Tamworth on 2013.

Kezman9
04-03-2011, 20:55
One club, i aint got the patience for the journeyman career tbh. The missus will shoot me if i tried to start one like that :D

glenn28
04-03-2011, 20:56
One club try different tactics & sign different players crap at journeyman lol

Blue_magic
04-03-2011, 20:59
I have only just getting into journeyman careers I like but it is very tough.

433tom
04-03-2011, 21:52
I started my current save in Ryman D1N with Waltham Forest. In my 6th year now and we made to the BSS. Of course I will jump clubs if something interesting comes along and they want me.

Swedezinho
04-03-2011, 22:03
I used to be a one club type of manager but recently I've started to become more of a journeyman.

av3ry
04-03-2011, 22:35
One club until I get sacked or released. Then move on to another...

johnels001
04-03-2011, 23:06
Both, I usually stay for 3-5 years in my 1st club, then it's time for a new challenge!

Ginga-Assassin
05-03-2011, 05:34
Strictly a one-club man, Liverpool 24/7. Though I did have a brief stint with a journeyman in FM10 starting at Valladolid...

I didn't enjoy it.

tom_numbers
05-03-2011, 05:46
Is there an intermediate option?

On FM08, I began unemployed, and held jobs at (my memory isn't quite right, but I was at least at these) 2 Serie B clubs, Chester, NY Red Bulls, Sheff Utd, Leicester, Napoli, before ending with 9 years at Blackburn. That was the first FM I ever passed the 20 season mark on.

On FM10, I began at Central Coast Mariners, was there for 4 years, then moved to a mid-table Spurs side and turned them into world-beaters over the next 22 years.

I'lll never take a top job, I prefer to work up to something.

Robioto
05-03-2011, 07:16
Nearly always one club. Very rare I will move.

omnivore
05-03-2011, 10:23
It depends. Sometimes, I almost always customize my dbs and I spend a lot more time creating than I do playing often times. But usually half and half between playing with one club and the journeyman deal. Just depends...

streety
05-03-2011, 10:41
i like both really i have 5 games on the go at the moment my Journeyman game (Annelund) YDWAWK challange where you rely solely on your youth coming through (Verona) my Liverpool game also i have a Stafford Game and im trying to get Bradford back to the Premiership so i guess im more of a one man club

crouchaldinho
05-03-2011, 10:46
I hope that's Hellas and not Chievo. :p

streety
05-03-2011, 20:46
I hope that's Hellas and not Chievo. :p

Yeah its Hellas

aderow
05-03-2011, 20:48
One club. Manchester United :cool:

crouchaldinho
06-03-2011, 15:43
I'd like to play more journeyman style saves but, seeing as you need quite a few leagues loaded, my poor old laptop prevents this. Thus, a one club career is normally the way for me.

I love playing Non-League/lower league and starting off at the bottom though. :thup:

Keyzer Soze
06-03-2011, 15:58
Always start at Benfica in Portugal. Then usually stay there untill i win one or two champions league. After that, move to a better league (Spain, Italy or England).

Never had the patience to start a game in a minor division from Portugal. The main reason is because i like the chance to work with the current REAL Benfica players. So if i play with a team from a minor division, when i reach a top division tha large majority of player would be regens. I dont want to miss the change to manage Coentrão, Gaitan, Cardozo or Luisão! :D

J.T
06-03-2011, 17:36
I usually stick to one club. I don't really like joining a new club full of regens I don't know etc..