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Justo ahora, Nicopale31 dijo:

Chertanovo is an academy club without history, the team consists of homegrown players, the average age of the team is 21.4 years. Based in Moscow

I can vouch for Chertanovo, it is super fun to play youth only, the game is coded so you can't buy any players

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Decided on Gladbach for my beta save. Not going to start my proper save until launch this year after last year's fiasco. Always fun to manage Lars Stindl, one of my favourite players in real life too. 

Also decided that this year (well to start with anyway), I won't be delegating ANY media responsibilities to the backroom staff, gonna handle all the press stuff myself, as it looks more immersive this year. This, of course, will probably last no more than a month in-game :lol:

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1 minute ago, bigmattb28 said:

I see your greatest wrester of all time gif and raise you a greatest wrestler of all time gif

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Disclaimer, Flair was never the best wrestler, but for me he is the GOAT just because he was so believable and had you eating out of the palm of his hands. also I've met him and he's a great guy

Agree, how about the original 4

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Just now, roberto201 said:

Lol. I was with virgin but changed to sky. Big mistake. 

I had SKY for 10+ years in my old house. Never had an issue with them. Moved to a new build estate and was seduced by Virgin Fibre Optic, but the connection is far less reliable and their own kit is useless. Bought my own router(s) and only now is the connection as good as promised

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12 minutes ago, vdmsmrcv said:

I don't know what the FM21 will be like, but Chertanovo's philosophy is to develop through homegrown youth. In addition, the most promising player is playing there, Pinyaev, whom Man UTD  has been watching since he was 13 years old or even younger.

 

4 minutes ago, Nicopale31 said:

Chertanovo is an academy club without history, the team consists of homegrown players, the average age of the team is 21.4 years. Based in Moscow

Thank, sound good! I will give it a try.

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16 minutes ago, pats said:

I like to manage mid to low table teams with ambitious to qualify for Europe in few years time. Any suggestions from Bundesliga, Serie A or La Liga?

HSV(Hamburg). Really big club that has fallen from grace...

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1 minute ago, Nicopale31 said:

Torpedo Moscow is a club with history and victories, a very interesting option.

I've gone to Torpedo a number of times on journeyman saves, and have a soft spot for them.

I've never started a long term save with them however, but always manage to get them to be a secure premier league side.

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16 minutes ago, Dagenham_Dave said:

Decided on Gladbach for my beta save. Not going to start my proper save until launch this year after last year's fiasco. Always fun to manage Lars Stindl, one of my favourite players in real life too. 

Also decided that this year (well to start with anyway), I won't be delegating ANY media responsibilities to the backroom staff, gonna handle all the press stuff myself, as it looks more immersive this year. This, of course, will probably last no more than a month in-game :lol:

My hometown's team, a real grassroots, traditional club! Fantastic choice.

 

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I will go for a save with my club, FC Copenhagen.

 

If you like playing academy teams i would suggest our league competitors, FC Nordsjælland (Denmark).
They are a part of the "Right to Dream"-project* (Man City is also part of this), and have one of the youngest starting-11 in all of Europe. 

FCN has recently hired Michael Essien as a coach and former Arsenal player Johan Djourou as a player.

 

*Right To Dream is a project with many african academys giving young African players the opportunity to become pro football players. This why FCN have been able to attract the names mentioned above. 

 

 

EDIT: FCN have THE youngest team in Europe, according to CIES:
https://football-observatory.com/IMG/sites/b5wp/2020/wp310/en/
https://cphpost.dk/?p=119997

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Just now, Wandy said:

Can't believe I have been on this thread for over 33 Hours. Even though they have pretty much guaranteed it will be TONIGHT not TODAY, I'm still here

 

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3PM DROP ANYONE?! 

33 hours? Rookie numbers

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1 minute ago, lebbaeu said:

I will go for a save with my club, FC Copenhagen.

 

If you like playing academy teams i would suggest our league competitors, FC Nordsjælland (Denmark).
They are a part of the "Right to Dream"-project* (Man City is also part of this), and have one of the youngest starting-11 in all of Europe. 

FCN has recently hired Michael Essien as a coach and former Arsenal player Johan Djourou as a player.

 

*Right To Dream is a project with many african academys giving young African players the opportunity to become pro football players. This why FCN have been able to attract the names mentioned above. 

How dare you interupt the Wrestling with this football nonsense.

Anyone would think this was a football manager forum.

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