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Not a feature addition but a removal request:

These are probably not bugs as such but should IMO be addressed as being completely unreasonable questions being asked.

After a game, to be asked about how good or bad an opposition player played against you
To be asked at a press conference before a CL game about another domestic manager placing a player on the transfer list.  (This is never likely to be any of my business, one way or the other )
To be asked at a press conference before a CL game about another domestic manager saying that he fancies your team to be challenging for the league title.
A press conference before a big CL game is not the place for minor domestic issues, regardless of whether this is the first opportunity to ask them

When, for example you don't comment  to the  question about an opposition player, to be hit with the follow up " the public will want to know" is frankly ridiculous.  Why would the public need/demand  to know this?  This follow up question is overused and rarely if ever witnessed in real life

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Toxic media exists in real life, sadly, and most of them look for sensationalist viewpoints trying to catch people out with irrelevant, inane questions so they can write their little pieces filled with BS, conjecture and bias.

Mostly the reason that decent investigative media doesn't really exist and print media is dying a slow, painful death.

 

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It would also be appreciative of the journalists if they could actually acknowledged you as the previous seasons winners now and again, or whether as past runners up you could go one step further and win it. The AI manages to remember your previous record against other clubs, but then be completely ignorant of past competition performances and record. 

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