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    Kharkiv, Ukraine

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  1. steff13

    Leagues to dominate.

    Sheriff (Moldova), Zalgiris (Lithuania), Vardar (Macedonia), Maribor (Slovenia), TP Mazembe (DR Congo), ASEC (Ivory Coast) Also there're many leagues, where two teams are stronger then others (but almost similar by strength) - for example Ukraine, Egypt, Azerbaijan, Estonia etc.
  2. my opinion: I'd like to try it if it'll exist. but as for me, there's too much work and issues to create it. let's look: 1. Many researchers needed. 2. Not many countries have developed and well organized women football leagues and national teams, so most of world will be empty 3. Some referees and staff are working in mens and womens football, so how that issue will be solved? 4. Will the mechanics of men's and women's football be different? Also the same question about transfers? Because, in my opinion, both these mechanics are different of men"s.
  3. 4-5 hours every day after work + approx. 7-8 hours/day on weekends. so, usually, more then 30 hours/week
  4. I'm from Kharkiv, Ukraine. Earlier I've played for Metalist Kharkiv, club, which has played in Europa League, so that was interesting - transfers from top-5 countries, big salaries, competition for the first 3 places with Shakhtar and Dynamo Kyiv, players like Taison, Jose Sosa and Alejandro Gomez. Now the club was dissolved and renovated in 4th tier - so LLM became and now I'm making the team with local players and staff.
  5. the main problem was grey national team, not Bundesliga... and also we still don't have Japan and lost Brazil... I can't pretend that I'm not disappointed, but I do understand (c)
  6. @analogset111 I'm pretty sure that only for the video. But resistance and recovery will be added
  7. steff13

    Teams to Manage - FM19

    as for me (my plans for FM19): EX-SOVIET UNION: 1. Metalist 1925 (Ukraine) - new born team from Kharkiv, which continues traditions of old team Metalist. Just my local team, which I play in all FMs 2. FC Dnipro (Ukraine) - finalist of Europe League 2015 now plays in Ukraine Amateur League (4th tier) because of financial and license problems 3. FC Sochi (Russia) - renovated Dinamo SPb team, which was rebranded after moving to Sochi. Beautifull warm city, big modern stadium - all facilities to make a big club 4. Neftci/Sabail/Sabah (Azerbaijan) - long-term leader of Azeri football, which is having bad times now, or two new clubs from capital city with interesting squads and perspectives. Will be interesting, for sure. 5. Pyunik/Lori (Armenia) - Armenian championship was finally increased from 6 to 9 teams. Will be interesting for taking a team with big traditions (Pyunik) or a new club, which concentrates for signing young african players for re-selling. 6. Lokomotivi/Saburtalo (Georgia) - both teams are focused for developing their home-grown players, so they have good youth facilities. 7. Taraz (Kazakhstan) - also team with good history, had given many good players to kazakh football, now playing in second division and hoping to get their positions back. 8. FC Riga (Latvia) - russian owners solving a very hard task of making a big team in Latvia. And, IRL, they're close to the needed result. 9. Flora (Estonia) - playing for this team every year. Estonian championship is quite interesting and unpredictable. 3 ukrainian stars on loan will help to make a good performance. OTHER EUROPE: 1. Feyenoord (Netherlands) - my favorite club for more then 15 years, so I've played for them every year since 2002 2. B36 (Faroe Islands) - also playing for them every season. I like this country and their football 3. Derby County (England) - also one of my favorite team for many years. But I don't like playing in England, so my saves for them are usually short. 4. Aris/OFI/Iraklis (Greece) - strong teams in past, two first are newly-promoted to the Highest division in season 2018 and third has promoted from Third division. So, it'll be interesting to get them higher. 5. Tromso (Norway) - the team from the biggest city beyond the Arctic Circle ASIA 1. Paxtakor (Uzbekistan) - strong team, interesting big league and playing in Asian Champions league - I had some great saves for that team in the past 2. Persepolis (Iran) - same as above, but also better finances and reputation to sign star players and updating facilities 3. Istiqlol (Tajikistan) - leader of Tajik football, always having the best players in league, good foreigners - good chances to win AFC Cup and qualify to Champions league 4. Dordoy (Kyrgyzstan) - same as above, but harder. Also two advantages - increased league (now 8 teams) and some naturalised players from Germany, who are usually agree for transfer to Kyrgyzstan 5. Altyn Asyr/Kopetdag (Turkmenistan) - both clubs from very closed country, with full prohibition for signing foreign players. The first is young and ambitious and second shined in Soviet Union, was dissolved and renovated two years ago. The main problem is absence of real players 6. Qingdao Jonoon (China) - famous team, which plays in Third division now. It's interesting to get them to the top, there're much money, but imperfection of reputation system makes the task very hard 7. Boeung Ket (Cambodia) - grand of the South-East Asian football - good squad, interesting championship, many third-party cups 8. Lao Toyota (Laos) - same as above, but harder 9. Yadanarbon (Myanmar) - team from the legendary city of Mandalay (remember Robbie Williams's song?) - one of the strongest in the country. Big challenge to push Yangon United from the podium 10. Home Utd (Singapore) - played for that team in FM05 first time, every year after that. Just a habit 11. April 25 (North Korea) - as in Turkmenistan, for the bravest 12. Erchim (Mongolia)/New Radiant (Maldives)/Three Stars (Nepal) - wanna play there very much, but the research is afful. So, waiting for actual database for these countries... AFRICA 1. Pyramids/Al-Ahly/Zamalek (Egypt) - the first team is very rich and second/third are grands of African football. Good research, big stadiums and traditions - will be interesting for sure 2. Raja Casablanca (Morocco) - the same as Al Ahly/Zamalek 3. ASEC (Ivory Coast) - team, which brought up many strong ivorian players like Gervinho, Yaya Toure, etc 4. Costa do Sol (Mozambique) - I like this country, also , for example, it's possibility to make realistic transfers of portuguese/brasilian players 5. Green Buffaloes (Zambia) - now playing for them, very intertaining championship. 38 games (+ Cup), more then 100 points, more then 150 scored goals, final scores like 8:0 or 7:1 - I'd like to make it one more time in FM19 NORTH AMERICA 1. Las Vegas Lights (USA) - one more intertaining club with Freddy Adu in attacking line. SOUTH AMERICA 1. Fuerza Amarilla (Ecuador) - just for beautiful name OCEANIA 1. Auckland City (New Zealand) - also playing for them every year. Also a great possibility of participating in Club World Championship.
  8. do you have few troubles with your players? for me, maybe the only thing, that they haven't took offence to me, was their shirt number...
  9. steff13

    [Ukraine] (Official) Data Issues

    I think that Fred and Bernard will be made by Man Utd and Everton researchers, not ukrainian.
  10. steff13

    [Asia] (Official) Data Issues

    lads, databases of Mongolia, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka need massive updates for FM19. Also there's some information, which is enough to make them more actual (now there're mostly 35-40 year footballers and squads are actual for 2013-2014). There're websites like worldfootball.com, national-football-teams, other ones, Mongolian football federation have quite informative website... Could you tell me please, is some work making for FM19 or no one touched it like years before? I understand that making these countries actual is not a priority, but for many people FM is possibility to play right in Mongolia or Maldives, not only in England... Sorry for many words
  11. steff13

    [Europe] (Official) Data Issues

    HR Azerbaijan I hope that the issue with days to get nationality in Azerbaijan will be fixed (i think that it's not a mistake in DB, but some bug). Some foreign players, who are IRL playing in Azerbaijan for half a year or a year, are having near 50k days living and get passport immediately after the save start (for example in FM18 Dmytro Bezotosnyi, Jovan Krneta, Michel, etc.). That issue was also in FM17. @SeaChelski congratulations with that. Do you know Ohrim, researcher from Ukraine? He follows very closely on Andorran football, so he'll give you lots of useful information. If you don't know each other, I'll connect you both.
  12. steff13

    [Europe] (Official) Data Issues

    HR Azerbaijan I hope that the issue with days to get nationality in Azerbaijan will be fixed (i think that it's not a mistake in DB, but some bug). Some foreign players, who are IRL playing in Azerbaijan for half a year or a year, are having near 50k days living and get passport immediately after the save start. That issue was also in FM17. @SeaChelski congratulations with that. Do you know Ohrim, researcher from Ukraine? He follows very closely on Andorran football, so he'll give you lots of useful information. If you don't know each other, I'll connect you both.
  13. @Neil Brock Dear Neil Could you please tell me, will I be able to activate and play multilingual beta-version of FM19 on China PR territory. Because my business trip unsuccessfully falls on last two weeks before release
  14. as I see, you can have maximum 8 U-17 domestic players in your squad, not to sign. But I don't understand, is it the main team of SIPG, or some kind of reserve or youth one?
  15. steff13

    Coaching Job In Real Life?

    one of FMFan.ru community members (official russian language community) became Data Analyst and worked in Terek (now Akhmat) and Kazakhstan national team
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