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  1. looking for a 4-2-3-1 that can be used in the lower leagues fm 17
  2. view only leagues

    do view only leagues produce more newges than non selected leagues? I've loaded a ton of players does that make a difference
  3. stadiums

    is there still a limit of one stadium ever 20 year?
  4. optimal setup

    just wondering if theres a optimal amount of leagues and database to load so the markets not flooded with players
  5. FM 2017 - Who's creating what thread?

    i'd be interested in cardiff again as there was no thread last year
  6. just wondering whats the best setup for getting good regens in terms of game setup
  7. New Stadiums

    how often can clubs get new stadiums?
  8. dafuge's FM16 challenge

    just started with colwyn bay was hoping for Merthyr
  9. CPU: Intel i7 4930K CPU Frequency: 3400 MHz Cache Frequency: 4200 MHz RAM: 16GB OS: Win 10 64-bit Storage: HDD Time: 5min
  10. my cardiff thread http://community.sigames.com/showthread.php/400736-FM-15-Cardiff-City
  11. FM 15: Cardiff City

    Possible formations 4-4-2 with the strength of the squad and strikers this formation is suited to cardiff usng whitting t bet forward from midfield he sould get you goals 4-2-3-1 4-1-2-2-1
  12. FM 15: Cardiff City

    Squad Goalkeepers David Marshall Simon Moore Defenders Fabio Declan John Bruno Ecule Manga Matthew Conolly Ben Turner Juan Cala John Brayford Sean Morrison Midfield Peter Whittingham Kagisho Dikgacoi Kim Bo Kuyang Craig Noone Magnus Wolf Eikrem Aaron Gunnarsson Tom Adeyemi Mats Daehli Joe Ralls Guido Burstaller Anthony Pilkington Strikers Kenwyn Jones Nicky Maynard Adam LeFondre Federico Macheda Javi Guerra Recommendations I would reccomend getting rid of Kim and Eikrem if your planning on playing a 4-4-2 and brining in another winger as backup to Craig Noone i would also reccomend getting rid of Kenwyn Jones to free up some transfer budget and wage budget as the other strikers are more than capible at this level
  13. FM 15: Cardiff City

    Cardiff City Football Club (Welsh: Clwb Pêl-droed Dinas Caerdydd) is a professional football club based in Cardiff, Wales that competes in the English football league system. The club played in the Premier League for the first time in the 2013–14 season, at the end of which they were relegated. They play their home games at the Cardiff City Stadium, after moving from Ninian Park in 2009. The club was founded as Riverside A.F.C. in 1899 and is the only club from outside England to have won the FA Cup, which they won in 1927. The club won the Football League Championship title in the 2012–13 season and were promoted to the top flight for the first time in 51 years. This followed two lost national cup finals, the 2008 FA Cup Final against Portsmouth and the 2012 Football League Cup Final against Liverpool, the latter being settled by a penalty shootout. In 2012, Cardiff City was rebranded by the club's Malaysian owner, Vincent Tan. This included the change of the club's home colours and crest 1927 FA Cup Final On St George's Day, 23 April 1927, at Wembley Stadium in London, the FA Cup was taken out of England for the first time when Cardiff City beat Arsenal 1–0 in the Final, cult hero Hughie Ferguson scoring the only goal of the game. In the 74th minute, collecting a throw from the right by George MacLachlan, Ferguson hurried a tame shot toward the Arsenal goal. Dan Lewis, the Arsenal goalkeeper, appeared to collect the ball but, under pressure from the advancing Len Davies, clumsily allowed the ball to roll through his grasp. In a desperate attempt to retrieve the ball Lewis only succeeded in knocking the ball with his elbow into his own net.[3] Ernie Curtis, the 19 year old centre-wing said of the goal: “ "I was in line with the edge of the penalty area on the right when Hughie Ferguson hit the shot which Arsenal's goalie had crouched down for a little early. The ball spun as it travelled towards him, having taken a slight deflection so he was now slightly out of line with it. Len Davies was following the shot in and I think Dan must have had one eye on him. The result was that he didn't take it cleanly and it squirmed under him and over the line. Len jumped over him and into the net, but never actually touched it." ” It is believed that this cup final attracted one of the highest audiences ever, as it was the first to be broadcast by BBC Radio. Captain Fred Keenor received the FA Cup trophy from King George V only 7 years after Cardiff City had entered the Football League and six seasons since they had been promoted to the top division. Ferguson still features on the record books for Cardiff City, having scored five goals in the First Division fixture with Burnley on 1 September 1928. In fact, Ferguson's 32 goals in all competitions in 1926–27 stood until Robert Earnshaw overtook it in March 2003. He scored the first in the 2–1 victory over the Corinthians in the 1927–28 Charity Shield and his two goals won the Welsh Cup later that same season for Cardiff against Bangor; but despite a healthy return of 77 goals during his four seasons there his days at Ninian Park were numbered. Between 1985 and 1993, Cardiff were continuously in the lower two divisions of the league after being relegated to the Third Division. They were relegated to the Fourth Division once in 1985–86 season and were promoted to the Third Division in 1987–88 as runner-ups. Two years later they dropped into the Fourth Division for the second time. Cardiff won the new Division Three championship in 1993 but were relegated two years later, and in 1996 finished in their lowest-ever league position – 22nd of 24 in Division Three, with only Scarborough and Torquay United below them. They did better the following season, finishing seventh (although they lost in the playoff semi-final), but suffered a setback and slipped into the bottom half of the table in 1998. They finished third in Division Three in 1999 and won automatic promotion to Division Two. Cardiff struggled in Division Two throughout the 1999–2000 season and were relegated in 21st place. They finished Division Three runners-up the following season and Lebanese businessman Sam Hammam joined the club. Datuk Chan Tien Ghee (TG) took over as chairman on 27 May 2010 after a meeting on the same day. Vincent Tan also investing and joining the board. TG confirmed that Dave Jones would continue as the Cardiff City manager.[18] On 17 August Cardiff signed Wales captain Craig Bellamy on a season long loan from Manchester City, with the financial side being backed by the new owners. Despite the influx of Bellamy and several other loan players Cardiff were unable to achieve promotion, falling out of the top two and losing to Reading in the play-off semi-final. At the end of 2010–11 season, Dave Jones was sacked,[19] and four days later former Wales rugby player, Mike Hall rejoined the board as part of a deal with PMG.[20] On 17 June 2011, Watford boss Malky Mackay was appointed as manager of Cardiff.[21] During his first season, Mackay had to rebuild the squad as he started with a few over ten players after the loan players from the previous season returned to parent clubs and several contracts expired. despite this he took Cardiff to the League Cup final, for the first time in the club's history. Then Cardiff played in their third consecutive play-off campaign, only to lose in the semi-finals against West Ham United, this time. Cardiff City wore a blue home kit from 1908 until 2012. Cardiff changed their home colours to red and black as well as their badge from the 2012–13 season, in exchange for an investment plan from the Malaysian owners including a new training facility, stadium expansion and a transfer budget.[22] They went on to have their best start to a league campaign ever, whilst also breaking the club record of 9 consecutive home wins, when they won their tenth home game against former manager Dave Jones' Sheffield Wednesday side.[23] Cardiff topped the Championship with a 10-point cushion after 28 games of the season. On 1 March 2013, Datuk Chan Tien Ghee resigned his position as chairman to pursue other business opportunities.[24] The club won the 2012–13 nPower Championship title and with it gained promotion to the Premier League for the first time On 18 August 2013, Cardiff played their first ever Premier League game away to West Ham United, losing 2–0.[28] On 25 August 2013, Cardiff played their first home Premier League game against Manchester City, winning 3–2 with goals from Aron Gunnarsson and Fraizer Campbell (2).[29] On 27 December 2013 Malky Mackay was sacked by Vincent Tan following showdown talks, to be replaced on 2 January 2014 by Ole Gunnar Solskjær.[30] Cardiff were officially relegated from the Premier League on 3 May after suffering a 3–0 defeat away to Newcastle United.[31] They finished the season in last place with 30 points from 38 matches. (above taken fom wikipedia) Can you get them back to the promised land
  14. Lol is that a yes or no
  15. Can I do the Cardiff again this year