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  1. 1st Post and 2nd post now updated! Anyone still playing as Spurs or going to start a new save on the new patch?
  2. Hi all, I will be updating the first post of this thread later today and of course will be starting a new save on the new patch.
  3. Great updates mate! Have loved reading every update and a big congrats on becoming Champions of Europe!
  4. Good luck @SpillBlood this has been a great read keep up the good work! Fingers crossed you can get that 4th spot in the League and maybe even the Europa League trophy!
  5. Been looking at Tottenham's data on the editor and have noticed the following bits: sponsorship income (to be added/edited) AIA Kit sponsorship was renewed in the summer for £320m over 8 years (£40m a season) - https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/tottenham/tottenham-announce-320m-eightyear-shirt-sponsor-deal-with-aia-a4198131.html Nike Kit sponsorship was renewed in July 2018 until June 2033. Worth £450m in total (£30m a season) - https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/7594108/tottenham-spurs-nike-kit-deal/ Staffing (some of these I guess have been picked up already but just putting here just in case): Head Coach: Jose Mourinho Assistant Coach: Joao Sacramento Fitness Coach: Carlos Lalin Goalkeeper Coach: Nuno Santos Data Analyst: Ricardo Formosinho Data Analyst: Giovanni Cerra Nathan Gardiner and Charlie Moore are still 1st team fitness coaches. Alex Savva, Jesus Perez, Miguel D'Agostino, Toni Jiminez, Sebastiano Pochettino have all left the club.
  6. Hi @Andrew James, unfortunately i've turned off auto save so I don't have a save file from before that date. There seems to be some innaccuratecies with the sponsorship for Tottenham so i'll let the research know in the appriopriate thread and will keep an eye out for the other sponsorship deals as they renew.
  7. End of Season (1) update: Premier League: 3rd Champions League: Winners FA Cup: Winners League Cup: Semi Final League: We was actually extremely lucky to even finish in the top 4 let alone to finish 3rd. As you can see here our form after Christmas was really ropey to say the least. After matchday 33, both United and Arsenal could have finished above me had they won all there remaining games. Luckily for me they both reached the Europa League final so they had lots of fatigue in there squads and a pile up of fixtures. Champions League: Fixtures here. I very nearly paid the price for rotating the team in the Atalanta 2nd leg but luckily we escaped with the win on penalties. I was literally tearing my hair out after this game! We was lucky against PSG as they battered us in both games but we was able to get past them and faced Athletico in the final (who won La Liga). They didn't trouble us too much in the final and we took our chances. FA Cup: We knocked out Rochdale and Everton in rounds 3 and 4. We faced league champions Man City in the 5th round in a game which in all honesty I expected us to lose in. We managed to take the game to the lottery of penalties and once again we counted our lucky stars. Arsenal in the Quarter Final away was a tough ask for my side as we wasn't in the best league form and I had failed to beat Arsenal in both league games, Harry Kane scored a 94th min winner to send us through to the Semi's to face Swansea who we comfortable dispatched of. Liverpool in the final would provide a far sterner test but we overcome them with a Jadon Sancho winner in extra time. Carabao Cup: Man Utd absolutely bossed us in both legs of the semi and I really couldn't complain at the 5-1 aggregate loss. United went on to beat Wolves 2-0 in the final. Key Player Stats: Next Season Aims: Even though we somehow managed to win the Champions League, I really would like to close the gap to City and Liverpool in the league. The below definetly needs to improve: Possession: We was 14th highest team in terms of average possession. 14% off of Man City in 1st place. Our pass completion saw us at 75% and 15th in the table. Discipline: We had 86 yellow cards handed out to my players ranking us 6th in the yellow card table. We also had 2 red cards. Goals conceeded: We conceeded 50 goals in the league (8th least) but this is still 30 goals more than Man City! We really need to tighten up at the back. We had 9 cleansheets compared to City's 20. Get Dele Alli scoring again. I played Dele far to deep this season as a B2B midfielder but he hasn't scored much. I would like to return to a 4-2-3-1 formation and have him linking up with Kane up front. Transfer Aims: I've decided not to renew Lo Celso's loan this time. He never became a starting player for me and I decided to bring back Nabil Bentaleb who suits my formation better plus is club home grown. Nabil joins us for £13.75m. I am looking to move on Aurier and I would like Max Aarons or Reece James to replace him. I was considering selling Walker Peters but he did an excellent job for me at the end of the season when Aurier was injured so now I am in 2 minds about giving him another chance. I will need to decide wether to loan out Foyth and Carter-Vickers again or to use one of them as 4th CB as we do lack depth here. I'm looking at Strikers on the loan and transfer list as I would like to loan out Parrott for a season so he can get regular game time but will have to see what quality is available to me. Sissoko will probably leave due to age and I will need to find Danny Rose a permanent transfer as he was at Villareal this season on loan. If any goalkeepers become available I may consider cashing in on Lloris. So far i've been given just over £50m to spend before any sales so will need to spend wisely.
  8. Hi there, I've come to the end of the season and noticed this whilst playing as Tottenham which seems to be a bug? - The Kit sponsor renewal has gone from £35m to £3.3m?
  9. I've just reached Jan 31st and the window has just slammed shut so it's time for my mid season update. League: 3rd after 24 games. We sit 2 points behind 2nd placed Liverpool and 17 points off Man City in 1st. Chelsea sit 4th level on points with us but then Arsenal are 5th 4 points behind us. FA Cup: Beat Rochdale and Everton respectively and we will face Man City at home in the 5th round. City have been breathtaking this season so will be difficult to progress. Carabao Cup: Knocked out Hull, Sheffield Utd and Norwich before Man Utd dumped us out in the Semi Final 5-1 on agg () Champions League: Came 2nd in the group that consisted of Juventus, Bayer Leverkusen and Lille. We face Atalanta of Italy in the 1st knockout round so we should be able to progress here. 1st Team transfers: In: Jarrod Bowen joins from Hull for £17m Out: Erik Lamela joined Leicester for £20m, Victor Wanyama joined Wolves for £18m. I've also signed a few young players to help stock my U23's and the intention here is to hopefully make a profit from them over the next few seasons. I did try to sign Zatlan Ibrahimovic on a 6 month deal after he left LA Galaxy to enable me to loan out Parrott but he rejected us and decided to move to a Qatari team. Looking ahead, i'm unsure as to what I will do with Lo Celso and I am leaning towards sending him back to Betis but he has 4 months to change my mind. I am looking around for 2 right backs as I'm not liking Aurier or Walker-Peters. If any GK's become available then I may look to make a change here. I would love to sign Ndidi from Leicester but they are asking for silly money at the moment.
  10. @SpillBlood Fantastic season mate, 7th placed finish is outstanding effort. Looking forward to seeing how you progress your team in the transfer window!
  11. Started my new save...finally! I've decided to ship out some of the old guard straight away with the following outgoings: Christian Eriksen - PSG - £75m Jan Vertonghen - Liverpool - £27.5m Toby Alderweireld - Man Utd - £36m Danny Rose - Villareal - Season Long Loan 70% wages Juan Foyth - Marseille - Season Long Loan 10% wages The top 3 outgoings is due to there contracts expiring after season one and this has allowed me to cash in and re-invest to the squad. Tried to sell Rose but he wasn't having any of it until transfer deadline day where he moved to Spain albeit on a loan deal. Was going to keep Foyth but Marseille offered a loan and he should hopefully play more games there than he would've for me this season had he stayed. Incomings was the following: Nathan Ake - Bournmouth - £50m Ruben Dias - Benfica - £40m Ben Chilwell - Leicester - £66m Jadon Sancho - Dortmund - £90m I've also signed a bunch of youngsters to help fill out the U18's and U23's. Top 4 is an absolute minimum but I'm hoping to challenge for the League this season and try to win one of the cups if we can.
  12. The prize money if you was to go far into the Champions League and finish high enough in the League will no doubt cover those costs though (and more!). I like that you wen't for an experienced pro rather than the next wonderkid off the block though that seems to be most common nowadays on FM. Werner would be a very good signing and would add depth to the forward line which is really lacking if you get unlucky with Kane getting a serious injury. On that note, has anyone decided to give Parrott game time and is anyone planning on using him as the main man perhaps in a couple of seasons ?
  13. Been following this and has been a great read so far, keep up the good work @SpillBlood
  14. @TottenhamBoi90 Still a decent season there and some positive stuff to build upon. Hopefully you can get in the players you need. Aarons and Chilwell was both excellent for me. Sancho is a player I wanted to buy but was out of my price range. I'm not very good on tactics really but something that does work for me from time to time is to change it up slightly and have a 2nd formation to use for say 4 or 5 games and then switch back to the previous formation. You could even try maybe playing a much higher tempo if you are playing at home against a bottom half side to see if that makes any differences to your attacking. Maybe deploying Dier as an anchorman or half back and putting Dele into CM as a B2B with n'dombele as a Mezzala could be another option. One thing for sure though, is that there are plenty of different options with this squad and different ways to play rather than being shoe-horned into a specific style. @Connor Intering choice with Thiago Silva! Most people go for wonderkids straigh off the bat but I like that you've gone for some experience. Should bring in Ibra too! or maybe Cavani ? Decent start for you though and hopefully onwards and upwards. I haven't got round to starting my save yet. Still debating what to do really. I'd like to try and replicate Mourinho's early tactics with Spurs but I'm not to great with tactics on FM and not sure if it's entirely possible with the way the ME is.
  15. So I've taken a break from my save that I started on the BETA. I will be starting again shortly now the full version of the game is out and we've had a couple of hot fixes although I'm also tempted to start with AS Roma. Decisions Decisions! Anyone else still playing with Spurs and how is it going?
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