TerminalPortugal Posted August 17, 2020 Share Posted August 17, 2020 (edited) So firstly some bad news. I had a bit of an issue with Football Manager 2020 after a windows update, and I accidentally deleted most of the my saved games trying to fix the issue. So I deleted my King of Europa II save, amongst others, which is very annoying. However it has allowed me to return to a previous concept for a save The Grand Tour. The Node Map Our First Connections Concept of the Save This save is one I have done before. It used to go by the name of “Club Legend” and I did the first “Grand Tour” for FM19 but the principle is to start in a random country and then move around the world by a world map that has interconnected nodes. We then move around trying to hit as many countries as possible around the world. Rules Set We are going to be starting with Petro de Luanda (assigned from Pick a Team for me) in Angola (randomly drawn from a random number generator (which is crazy because that's where Club Legend started as well)) and we will go with our avatar, badgeless, experienceless Octavio Rocha. We must spend a minimum of 4 full seasons in that country, we can only move on once we have secured at least 1 domestic title. We are allowed to move clubs domestically as much as we like, but we cannot move to another country before we have completed the target. If we are revisiting a country by some quirk of the attached road map, we must spend 2 seasons (full or partial) in that country, but are not required to win the league or any other trophy as we should have done that the first time we visited. The only leagues loaded are the ones the country that we are managing in are connected to. When we move we must change the leagues loaded to reflect the new connections. Since this is a downloaded database for all the other countries. I am expecting bugs galore, so if there is a game breaking bug in the league we arrive in. I can choose to skip the country. Our Manager Meet Octavio Rocha and we are the starting point of his career .We got pretty lucky to draw one of the big boys of Angolan football, that should help us make a name for ourselves nice and early. Career Summary Spoiler Countries Managed In (7) Angola Namibia Botswana South Africa Lesotho eSwatini Mozambique Teams Managed (7) Petro de Luanda (Angola) (1st July 2019 - 14th May 2023) Eleven Arrows (Namibia) (19th June 2023 - 3rd June 2027) Gaborone United (Botswana) (5th November 2027 - 8th March 2032) Bloemfontein Celtic (South Africa) (1st July 2032 - 29th May 2036) Roma Rovers (Lesotho) (21st July 2036 - 17th May 2040) Umbelelele Jomo Cosmos (eSwatini) (21st June 2040 - 15th May 2044) Ferroviario de Maputo (Mozambique) (12th June 2044 - Present) Trophies (76) Angola - 4 x Girabola - Petro de Luanda (2019/20, 2020/21, 2021/22, 2022/23) Angola - 4 x Supertaca de Angola - Petro de Luanda (2019, 2020, 2021, 2022) Angola - 3 x Taca de Angola - Petro de Luanda (2020, 2021, 2023) Africa - 4 x Orange CAF Champions League - Petro de Luanda (2020/21, 2021/22, 2022/23), Bloemfontein Celtic (2034/35) Africa - 3 x Orange CAF Super Cup - Petro de Luanda (2021, 2022), Bloemfontein Celtic (2035) Namibia - 4 x Namibian Premier League - Eleven Arrows (2023/24, 2024/25, 2025/26, 2026/27) Namibia - 3 x Namibian Newspaper Cup - Eleven Arrows (2024, 2025, 2027) Namibia - 2 x Standard Bank Top 8 Cup - Eleven Arrows (2026, 2027) Botswana - 4 x Botswanan Premier Division - Gaborone United (2028/29, 2029/30, 2030/31, 2031/32) Botswana - 3 x Botswanan Cup - Gaborone United (2030, 2031, 2032) Botswana - 2 x Botswanan Top 8 Cup - Gaborone United (2031, 2032) South Africa - 2 x MTN 8 - Bloemfontein Celtic (2032, 2035) South Africa - 3 x Telekom Knockout - Bloemfontein Celtic (2033, 2034, 2035) South Africa - 2 x ABSA Premiership - Bloemfontein Celtic (2033/34, 2035/36) South Africa - 2 x Nedbank Cup - Bloemfontein Celtic (2035, 2036) Lesotho - 4 x Econet Premier League - Roma Rovers (2036/37, 2037/38, 2038/39, 2039/40) Lesotho - 2 x Lesothoan Cup - Roma Rovers (2037, 2039) eSwatini - 4 x MTN Premier League - Umbelebele Jomo Cosmos (2040/41, 2041/42, 2042/43, 2043/44) eSwatini - 3 x Swazi Bank Cup - Umbelebele Jomo Cosmos (2041, 2043, 2044) eSwatini - 3 x Swazi Telecom Charity Cup - Umbelebele Jomo Cosmos (2041, 2042, 2043) eSwatini - 3 x Ingwenyama Cup - Umbelebele Jomo Cosmos (2042, 2043, 2044) Mozambique - 4 x Mozambican Super Cup - Ferroviario de Maputo (2045, 2046, 2047, 2048) Mozambique - 4 x Mocambola - Ferroviario de Maputo (2045, 2046, 2047, 2048) Mozambique - 4 x Taca Mocambique - Ferroviario de Maputo (2045, 2046, 2047, 2048) Intro to Petro de Luanda The squad is pretty small at this stage, we probably need to look around and see if we can get a few more guys in before the season starts. Our best player by quite some distance. He looks fantastic for this level. Next Up we will come back with the start of the season, hopefully having covered pre-season. Edited August 26, 2020 by TerminalPortugal Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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