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V50

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  1. Next time you make edits, put them in a list here and I can get to them
  2. You're going to have to be more specific here - which nations in particular?
  3. Hah already ahead of you - when the FM2020 beta comes out let me know if you like the changes - DOM has its own researcher who is pretty awesome.
  4. 1) Have you got enough teams in the NPL league - check whether any teams are extinct. 2) Check that you've set the qualification right - get teams from division/get last winner of competition has the right fields entered.
  5. The boundaries of regional leagues are done in the leagues themselves - e.g. the Perth division would set Perth as its North, South, East and West Boundaries.
  6. This you can achieve by editing the Nation "transfer values" - the values there relate to their reputation, which roughly corroborates with their CA. If you want UK-type values then copy them over if you're not sure what to do.
  7. Apologies if too simple/already answered, but couldn't find an answer for this. 1) How do I qualify the 4th placed of a cup. I've set the ranking levels up properly but can't find a way to do this. Perhaps a hidden league stage? 2) Something I've wanted to ask for years, how do you account for qualification fall-backs, for example how do you add a slot for the host team in a competition? 3) I'm making the Caribbean Championship in game, but never found a way to have a system similar to the european competitions, namely that the highest rep/rank leagues get more places than the lower ones. The whole "top/bottom" nation qualification doesn't seem to work out for me as if I say "pick Best Nation Teams", it always ends up a complete random mess, with league winners dropped for highest rep teams. Thanks for your time.
  8. Thanks for the thorough research, added for January
  9. Bermudan is also appropriate - Bermudian is a more old-timey version (and technically as correct). The Caribbean people I talk to say Bermudan rather than Bermudian, but I admittedly don't know any Bermudans. Are you a local?
  10. Montserrat haven't seen an update for a while - they're on my list as I work through the Caribbean nations. Apologies for the disappointment
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