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  2. GET ORIGINAL ,VALID,REGISTERED AND VERIFIABLE IELTS/TOEFL/ESOL/GRE/PTE/PMP/CELPIP/CELTA/DELTA CERTIFICATES WITHOUT SITTING FOR EXAMS. ALSO GET YOUR GENUINE,ORIGINAL AND VALID DEGREES,DIPLOMAS,TRANSCRIPTS FROM ANY UNIVERSITY IN THE WORLD Get IELTS,PMP,NEBOSH,PTE,TOEFL Question Papers before exam ((Whatsapp: (( +237670648739 )) Email:((internationaldocs22@gmail.com)) Live,Work,Study In UK,USA,CANADA,AUSTRALIA,NEW ZEALAND,IRELAND With IELTS,PMP,TOEFL,CELPIP,TOEIC,GRE,NEBOSH BOOST Your Career With IELTS,PMP,CELPIP,MBA,NEBOSH And Work In USA,CANADA,UK,AUSTRALIA Do You Want To Study,Work In The UK,USA,CANADA,AUSTRALIA,NEW ZEALAND,IRELAND Get ORIGINAL IELTS,PMP,MBA,TOEIC WITH/OUT EXAM We are a group of professors at Cambridge with information that will help you make your target in TOEFL, IELTS, CELPIP, ESOL, CELTA/DELTA & other English Language Exams. Please note that all real IELTS,PMP,CELPIP & TOEFL Certificates should Original and registered in the database. Beware of Fraud!!! We are interconnected with administrators all over the world in the various domains of this English Test and we work to help fortunate candidate/students obtain these certificates without any stress whatsoever. Anywhere From British council or Idp official without taking the test? want to Improve your Band score for Ielts or Toefl,PMP,CELPIP ? WE can also help you to get valid Work permits, Driver’s license, second passport and Visas to European, USA, Canada and Australia. – Do you need Real and IDP/BC verified IELTS Certificates? – Do you like to Get Band 7 in IELTS Certificate Test? – Are you trying to get Band 7 or 8 in IELTS certification? contact us ((Whatsapp: (( +237670648739 )) Email:((internationaldocs22@gmail.com)) buy bands 7 ielts in taiwan Real ielts in philippines buy bands 8 pte in Russia buy legit Ielts Band 7 Dubai buy legit TOEFL in australia IELTS Backdoor in Dubai IELTS Backdoor in indonesia IELTS Backdoor in jordan IELTS Backdoor Pakistan IELTS Backdoor in Iran Obtain toefl in canada Buy Ielts Band 8 Iraq IELTS Backdoor singapore Buy Ielts Band 8 France IELTS Backdoor in malaysia, Buy Ielts Band 7 abu dhabi obtain ielts exam Ukraine ielts materials online, ielts booking UAE, IELTS Backdoor dubai Need IELTS in tajikistan Ielts band 7.5 in uzbekistan IELTS Backdoor i Romania IELTS Backdoor in azerbaijan Got Ielts Band 7 turkmenistan Buy Ielts Band 7 Qatar IELTS Backdoor Turkey buy nebosh in mahabad buy ielts in afghanistan buy nebosh in turkey IELTS Backdoor kuwait IELTS Backdoor saudi arabia ielts proxy agent uk ielts proxy agent usa/uae ielts proxy romania Buy Ielts Band 8 bahrain Buy Ielts Band 7 Iran Ielts Band 8 Lebanon Ielts band 9 yemen obtain ielts exam oman Ielts Band 7 Albania obtain IELTS exam usa buy ielts saudi arabia get nebosh in dubai get pte exam in USA buy ielts in jordan buy ielts in uae buy toefl in egypt buy ielts in pakistan buy ielts in Iran buy toefl exam online buy pte in china ielts,PMP certificate with or without exam in dhaka buy ielts certificate in colombia buy ielts certificate in indonesia buy ielts certificate in malaysia buy ielts certificate in hyderabad buy ielts certificate in sri lanka buy ielts certificate in mongolia buy ielts certificate in UK/AUSTRALIA/CANADA/OMAN buy ielts certificate in kazakhstan/Thailand Contact us ((Whatsapp: (( +237670648739 )) Email:((internationaldocs22@gmail.com))
  3. Yes, when it's possible. Might be. But if something is a bug, then it should be happening to everyone who plays FM19 (I guess so).
  4. There is no 'list B' in FM. So only this part counts... Who can be on List A? A maximum of 25 players, two of whom must be goalkeepers. There are a minimum of eight places reserved exclusively for 'locally trained players'. If a club have fewer than eight locally trained players in their squad, then the maximum number of players on List A is reduced accordingly. Group stage sides' summer transfers What's a 'locally trained player'? There are two categories: 1. Club-trained players – players who were on a club's books for three years between the ages of 15 and 21; 2. Association-trained players – players who were on another club's books in the same association for three years between the ages of 15 and 21. No club can have more than four association-trained players among their eight nominees on List A.
  5. They just need to have been at the club for 2 years. Not fully home grown. https://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/news/newsid=2400510.html
  6. I think players under 21 can be played without being registered no matter home grown status. I could be wrong though.... Yeah, you should report that and let SI take a look.
  7. Although in general I agree with your argument. If I have young players with potential, they shouldn't really be expecting to be in my CL squad as they will probably be 'hot prospects' still. The mistake would be if they were given contracts and a raised status to perhaps rotational players. Then the expectancy would be there for them to be in these squads.
  8. The high potential guy is 22. He may never be that good (because he's always unhappy and training poorly) but his potential when I bought him at age 19 was 5-stars. Part of the annoyance is when they say "surely I'm better than some of the other players picked". But they don't actually name names. Because they're not.
  9. I literally did this last night. Soup snakes.
  10. I just had a game that really encapsulated the weirdness I feel about finishing in this ME. I won the match 6-1. None of the goals were scored by my striker, they were all from wingers or midfielders. Nearly every goal (aside from 1 which was some corner ping-pong) was a howitzer from the edge of the box. My striker got 2 beautiful through balls and put 1 into the post and 1 into the keeper. Even the opponent's goal, which resulted from a counter attack following a corner, was actually struck from maybe 1-2 yards inside the box. For some reason it's easier for players to score from 18 yards than from 5 in this ME.
  11. Then it might be a bug. Report it and let SI take a look, maybe they can fix it for the future. The ones with high potential should be young enough to not have to be registered, and if they aren't I doubt they will reach their potential. The older backups might have legit reason to be annoyed to be excluded though. I'd say the potential bug is that they agree to sign a new contract, rather than being annoyed at not being included...
  12. That's a crucial question in terms of enjoying the game actually. One the game fails to provide reliable feedback for. Is this a "good Chance?" Generally, yes, obviously. However, this isn't quite a Chance where the keeper cannot react to Things anymore, no less as the ball isn't provided from any angle -- a crossfield ball for instance has to Change direction in an instant with the shot, or it goes way off target. The direction of this ball after the pass won't Change overly much. Then it may also matter if the shot is taken first time or not -- the former of which should give the keeper less time to react and still come off his line. Speaking of which, if he Comes off his line Prior to the shot, that makes the target smaller and the Forward more likely to simply hit him. Some of this is hard to assess from a still Picture (and that's not going into the player's footednesss, which should/may also Play some role). With all that said, to me through balls from central positions at no angle tend to be some of the most "overrated" Chance types on FM of all. And have been for a while (regardless of release). Even moreso if the Forward is immediately hounded and closed down (which typically happens upon receiving the ball). Whilst they may be rare/r depending on the release, I#d take a bonafide cut back to a Forward from wider positions over this any time of the day, as in tendency it takes the keeper half out of the Picture already, and tends to give the Forward more time. Additionally, there's still quite some distance between goal and taker in the above picture... edit: Without SI giving some of their "numbers crunshing" away, we cannot say exactly of Course HOW good a Chance that is. In General Football Analysis "big scoring" chances, start at About 1 in 5 rates (or 20%). That sounds lowly, but the average shot conversion is half of that, and penalties even by specialists aren't converted roughly 15-20% of the time Long-term -- a Situation which for once puts the keeper at a severe disadvantage. Assuming the game would assign a similar number on the above Chance (slightly modified by Player traits, etc.) -- the Chance of "not scoring" in ten would be mathematically about 10% (80% ^ 10). And if it were that high -- this is just an assumption -- one should see it quite regularly. In games code, far lesser "Probabilites" tend to repeat, see this talk from 25 mins onwards.
  13. I specifically avoid the response that promises to include them next time, so I really don't think they should expect to be included. I keep these players around because they either have high potential, or are more experienced squad players who are maybe a good 4th or 5th choice CB but on the chopping block if I can't make registration.
  14. Youth Intake 2025 - First Look Bit of an odd one here as I was just starting to wonder what was happening as the date kept progressing and no youth intake - I'd be lying if I said the thought "bug?" hadn't flashed before my eyes as a general wonder but the date is obviously fluid and it happens when it wants to! Anyway, let's take a look, first at our always optimistic HoyD's opinion; Well the words 'golden' and 'generation' are here yet again for anyone playing 'intake day bingo' so we can dismiss that as part of the usual nonsense, not sure I've seen him single a guy out as being 'very gifted' like that before though (I know he always picks one guy out, I mean that particular language strike me as unusual). Let's delve in, as always I'd like a good striker (only been saying it every year so far), but this year I feel like there are quite a few areas we could do with improving, notably GK, DC & ML - let's hope that Taylor Nottage is as good as his name sounds, can't wait to type that 20 times a day! An absolute mixed bag in terms of personalities with Low Determination being the obvious (and depressing) standout, doubly so when heavily seasoned with 'unambitious' yet again. Still struggling to upgrade our HoyD so there's little we can do about it - guess we can be fussy when our reputation isn't still sat 5 leagues below us and silver lining, the HoyD's 'best pick' is listed as Professional so that's a good start? Ok, so PA wise we're looking very good, don't recall having that many 4-5 star prospects in one intake previously so in that aspect this may be the best so far? Obviously we'll need to see ceiling though before we get carried away - potential is only that if their personalities mean they train just twice a week (see Jimbo's fun and games over his last few in-game weeks for an example of a guy who won't likely reach his maximum!). The drop off after the first 4 guys is noticeable, but as I've mooted before, it almost feels like there's a maximum pool of potential points you seem to get across your intake and it's down to the FM gods whether it's spread evenly around or stuffed into one or two (probably undeserving) prospects - the year of Meaney saw him and few others for example, whereas the year before last we had quite a few come in to bolster numbers within the team - if this year is just 3-4 standouts then I'm more than happy, although positionally they're far from what I'd have chosen with the wings seemingly the focus, although a striker (or two) could be interesting, just sadly no DC's which is starting to become a concern with age swiftly catching up with our back line! Ok, so Bob Reed is..... again left footed (Meaney, Skelton, Kenyon & Smith are all also left footed - seems to be incredibly common this year?) aaaaand... otherwise ok? Maybe it's because I'm rushing to write this (have to be elsewhere but like to get my initial take down so when they turn into world beaters/dropouts I can look back!) I'm being too harsh but I see a decent player there but not a whole lot else - not standout tall, not incredibly quick (although only 15 and has a good base level of physical stats), decent finisher but nothing extreme, good dribbler, awful passer, poor vision, good off the ball for a young un combined with poor anticipation. Feel like he'd be a good inside forward maybe if retrained? His best role at AML though is winger - not with that passing/crossing combo though for me. I dunno, maybe I'm being harsh but he smacks of a 'high ability/poor attribute spread' prospect to me, at least so far, let's visit him again in a year maybe? Obviously you don't 'not sign' a 4-5 star potential youth prospect when you're Hyde! Tommy Holmes is rated as ready for the first team now which is kinda worrying looking at him, although I feel he'll be very quick once he matures - should mean he gives the ball away quicker if nothing else! Gallagher I'm excited about for his height if nothing else, although his average heading stat means I foresee additional training in his near future! Don't mean to sound so pessimistic, just rushing and tihnk I got my hopes up waaaay too high given our facility improvements of late - roll on next year!! NB: Taylor Nottage has a LONG way to go before he'll be playing for Hyde, let's just say that for now. Naturally a more in-depth look coming in the not too distant (that means spreadsheets, just for a change!) Small correction I mentioned that Morgan James became Hyde's record league goalscorer recently after he scored what's becoming an increasingly rare goal of late? The fact I didn't have a deluge of mails after the game should have tipped me off that all was not right, sure enough he only tied the record so he's still anxious in every game and still has more chance of KO-ing a spectator than scoring with most of his attempts. Best of all I'm still getting 2-3 mails before every game about it - yay!
  15. I have just started a new save with Arsenal. How does this look for a tactic?
  16. That's 5th tier I think? Not sure if that examples the skills of the lady manager or the state of Scottish football at the moment
  17. It depends really. But I like to use them when I want a bit of bite in the midfield or a player to disrupt the opposition's attacks.
  18. BEOWULF 442 P106 ALL CUPS I is likely to produce more goals than 3 or 1 striker tactics.
  19. So how should he be used in a tactic. In what situation would you want to use him?
  20. It wasn't to be in Europe. We battled PSG close in Paris, but they grabbed a deserved goal midway through the second half and we couldn't find a way to the crucial away goal. We still had a chance at home - we'd certainly put in some impressive performances at the Otkritie before now - but the French giants scored early and that meant we needed three. We found one, Fedorenko twisting and turning to find space in the box, but the visitors caught us on the break and we had nothing left. A valiant effort, a superb campaign, but not to be on this occasion. We'll be back though. At home, we got our run-in off to the perfect start with a thumping win in Samara, before a somewhat weakened side saw off Khimki between the two Champions League games. An own goals after 75 seconds got us on our way, and we never looked back. However, away ta Rubin - a side that beat us at home earlier in the season - we struggled to get going, and the Kazan side held out for a goalless draw that threatened to damage our title bid. That left a tricky tie in Armavir to be negotiated before the grand finale at home to Zenit, and we controlled things from the outset. A first-half penalty and late strike from Kostenko were sufficient, and with CSKA falling to defeat in Rostov, our success was confirmed, and we were the first Spartak side to retain the title for more than a decade. That left the Zenit game as mere exhibition, and while the Petersburg side were not about to roll over, a rare goal from Xoshimov in the dying embers of the game was a fitting conclusion to the campaign. CSKA lost again on the final day, picking up just six points in their final five games to hand us an advantage we would not let go. Our own points tally is seven down on last year, and CSKA kept the race alive for longer, but in the end we had enough in the tank down the home straight to wind up with a nine-point margin. We'll be looking improve next year, but so will everyone else. Krasnodar and Zenit rounded out a more usual top four, with my old charges at Kuban coming comfortably in the middle of the pack. With three wins all season it's little surprise to see Baltika fall away, and Krylya join them after a poor season. We've got an excellent record against the Samara side, so it's a shame to see them go. On the whole, it feels like this year's squad has a great deal more depth to it, with several younger players working their way into the starting rotation more regularly - Kozhemyakin, Gusev and Cherepanov at the bottom of the list perhaps three of the most promising. On the whole we're a fairly young squad, which is just how I like it, and there's plenty of room for growth. Once again it was Vorobjov's goals and all-round brilliance that fired us to success, and with the attention of Manchester United and Spurs firmly on him, we could face a battle to keep our star striker. We don't need their money though, so I'm hoping we can convince him to stay. Elsewhere, it's difficult to see past last year's defensive stars Ivashin and Borovkov as the key men, although there's certainly a case to be made for Fedorenko and even Kolosov, whose late-season goals helped us seal the title. It's a strong squad, of that there's no doubt. And, as you might expect, I'd like it to be stronger still. I'm not envisaging a particularly busy transfer window - not unless one of our stars decides to try and force a move - as there's no need to splash out for the sake of it. There'll be young signings and a bit of trimming of the side, but otherwise we'll come back another year older, another year wiser, and another year more driven to get to the top of the European tree. Three in a row, no embarrassment in the cup, and a deep run in the Champions League - it sounds idealistic, but it's what you have to aim for when you're already at the top of your game. -- Saparow, after a scare at around the two-thirds mark of the season, had come through. CSKA were vanquished once more, and Spartak retained their title with relative ease in the end, such was their rivals' failure at the business end of the campaign. Success was becoming ingrained at the Otkritie, and our Turkmen was the catalyst. Yet Bahtiyar wanted more. The cup continued to elude him, and run to the last four in Europe - only defeated by eventual champions PSG - had whetted his appetite. The Champions League was no longer a welcome extra, it was now his driving force - he would stop at nothing to take his beloved Spartak to the very top of the continental pile.
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