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  1. Hi good folks. While I posted this in the stupid questions thread, I am suspecting the question might not be that stupid and might also be something that more people than myself are actually wondering about. So I have a couple of questions regarding staff, potential ability and stat-increase: Do coaches and other kinds of staff increase their attributes through other means than coaching qualifications? Or is it only through the qualifications themselves? Or in other words: Is it worth signing younger staff with high PA, low CA missing one or more coaching qualifications? And a short follow-up question: Are there any set value for how much the CA increases from one single coaching qualification? I.e can he increase from 90 - > 150 or is it always a set value? I have seen different answers to these questions before, and the in-game helper does not yield much. If one of the masterminds here on this forum know the end-all answer to these questions I would be eternally grateful.
  2. Do coaches and other kinds of staff increase their attributes through other means than coaching qualifications? Or is it only through the qualifications themselves? Or in other words: Is it worth signing younger staff with high PA, low CA missing one or more coaching qualifications? And a short follow-up question: Are there any set value for how much the CA increases from one single coaching qualification? I.e can he increase from 90 - > 150 or is it always a set value? I have seen different answers to these questions before, and the in-game helper does not yield much.
  3. Hi there, I have a quick question regarding buy-back clauses. I am struggling to find out where you can add/edit them in the editor. Case in point is Lorenzo Pellegrini, currently at Sassuolo. In October it was revealed that AS Roma has a buyback clause on Pellegrini at around 8 million euros. I would like to add that to Pellegrini in my editor update, but I am struggling to find a way to do it. Any tips?
  4. This seems to be a issue for a lot, well at least some, people on this forum. I am the latest one of those who experience it. Every time I try to advance from May 26th onwards the game crashes and it gives me Steam Error code (Busy servers unable to handle your request (error code 41)) I do play with one editor file activated, its a simple transfer update who has worked for many others so as far as I can see that you should not be a problem (at least not the sole problem as so many other people experience issues with this exact date). Hopefully this issue can be quickly resolved as it is my only save at the moment (and its going quite well!). I uploaded savegame under title: Jensefaen27thmaycrashdump Hope for a quick fix Regards Jensefaen
  5. Saving games in cloud instead of on local harddrive could fix it for you if you dont have a USB-stick available.
  6. After some investigation it seems that the new install moved FM 2015 game files: editor data, game, tactics etc. folder to users/documents/public instead of user which seemed to create the problem. I didn't notice subtle difference in folders while in game. The weird thing is that the game has changed specified folder, but it works now. Strange, but functional for now in other words.
  7. Just installed FM 2015 (re-install that is) and now I can't save my game! Not even at day 1 of the save. It just freezes and refuses to save all together. I have to CTRL+ALT+DEL to shut the game down. Basically: I can't play the game at all.
  8. Ah, too bad. I understand you are doing your best. Well, well, more time to read on my exams then I guess.
  9. Is there by the way any ETA on this issue? For us who saves often it makes the game, well not unplayable, but not that far off either.
  10. I guess its given that this more or less concerns every one playing, but having the same problem here. I am also clocking in on 3-5 minutes. For long session it is not that bad, but for short sessions it sucks.
  11. Exactly! That could be one of the reasons why teams like Liverpool and Chelsea (even though the latter team does not give their youngsters enough chances) seem to build a lot of big talent, while teams like Real Madrid under Galacticos e.g. did not seem to develop enough talent of their own (and hundred other reasons ofc.) I would agree it should be better as an team/unseen feature. It would also give more meaning to what type of squad you have etc. For instance: buying a player with low work rate and determination is something which probably would not be smart if you were managing Chelsea. The main problem with this is that you would leave a major part of youth development in the game out of the players hands (to some degree). I guess the problem is amplified by the fact that SI seem to love giving young talents ****** mental stats, which without tutoring would hamper their development. Especially for brazilian talents who seem to ALWAYS have balanced personality (which IMO is terrible for development). I can understand the reasoning for some of them, talented youngsters often struggle with professionalism/mental aspects of the game. But without tutoring this would barely ever change, which hardly reflects reality.
  12. Then again FM needs some way of implementing the impact senior/experienced players can have on youngsters. To use a concrete example: players like Gerrard/Terry/Drogba (maybe the best example, as he has been quoted as a mentor from several youngsters through the years) probably make youngsters raise their ambitions and determination. Sterling for instance, if I am not mistaken, was known for a slightly unprofessional way of life beforing breaking into the first team. He seems to have changed that part of his "game" by now. No doubt Gerrard serves as a great role model for that kind of off-field professionalism (lets call it determination).
  13. Yes, sir. You are correct! I am talking about the match on Old Trafford last year, 9th September if I am correct, where Man Utd had 81 (!) crosses, but still managed to drop points (the result was 2-2). They basically tried to cross the opponent to death.
  14. As stated earlier, all tips should be taken with a grain of salt and you shall be the judge whether one thing or the other works for you or not. I would firstly be careful with play wide with that kind of shape/formation. I reckon if you lose the ball with CM's being wide apart you can easily be played through the middle on the counter, the distance between your defensively minded anchor man and offensively minded treq might be quite large at times. I would drop early crosses in general. But that might just be me. You have players with great passing ability, who can hit through balls like its no tomorrow, and with a narrow playstyle with several playmakers it seems weird that you want them to hit early crosses instead of just let them use their passing "magic". Also, you don't have towering forwards, nor are they THAT strong. For me the crossing Man Utd of old seems a step back with the quality of players you have at your disposal. Reminds of the terrible Moyes. That Fulham match could give any neutral spectator (like me) nightmares.
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