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  1. Just say the word I can always write out ways to do it. That way the number of jong teams are fixed. There are multiple ways to draw them. You could let them promote/relegate through stage 0 but that route is bugged and eventually amateur teams will be drawn for no good reason. The second option is to create a stage 0 which you use to draw only first teams (remove jong teams from competition) and no matches. Then create a stage 1 where you draw all Jong teams in groups of 4, 2, 8, 8, 8, 16 and "fool" the system by drawing Jong teams like you the game draws international cup competitions.
  2. Did you add the competition under nation (Mongolia in your case). If you select Mongoloa you have reserves in the left side menu and there you add u19 and select custom xml or you add them under nation -> competition. Both ways work. If you don't add them there the game does know that it has to create an u19 competition.
  3. I'm glad to see people that people took this over. Normally I'd help out but I didn't buy last 2 games because all the errors the editor gave and a lot was still hardcoded. That was really timeconsuming and made it impossible to create a realistic copy of the dutch leagues. Especially the prize money bothered me because clubs got really rich a few seasons in if I didn't edit it but that was hardcoded. I might pick up next version though. But it depends on the new features. Although I see that the info of lower leagues is created aswell which is nice. If you ever want to create promot
  4. Yeah I can only agree. Rising through the ranks of youth coach to first team would be a great addition. And it would add depth to building a FM carreer.
  5. Yeah I had thought about it, but I was guessing that making them a seperate club and add them back as a B-club would be annoying when you chose to play that club in-game while you promote to the Jupiler League (and Eredivisie hopefully). Although maybe I should just go further like you said. Maybe just make it a permanent affiliated club. Because if in real life, in our example, AFC from the Tweede Divisie (AFC sunday) would go pro then in Holland they'd make a limited liability company (either a stichting or BV) and AFC saturday would be their amateur club. Like Ajax and Ajax Amateurs, Feyeno
  6. @franss No it is nowhere to be played as of yet. I recently distributed all existing clubs into each division and I'm now collecting all the remaining dutch clubs from 2e klasse to the 5e klasse. In the meantime I figured out evertything except for 2 things for the file, both linked to b-teams/2nd teams. Because there are a lot of 2nd teams in the entire Dutch structure (like AFC 1 sunday in the Tweede Divisie and AFC 1 saturday in the Hoofdklasse, named AFC 2 in the game). The main problem is that it is giving problems with the regional divisions. Because most of the time the first team
  7. What exactly is the problem? The third division is a mixed league so if they relegate then the game will redistribute the teams themselves and you can determine how if you set regional divisions.
  8. Is it a custom competition or did you let the game generate one? If it is a custom, make sure you don't use "nation -> reserve leagues" with custom xml but add them normally like you would a cup because custom xml is not playing nice this year. I looked into the Austrian clubs. RB Salzburg does not have a reserve team, the rest uses the amateur team type as second teams instead of the reserve team type. Drawing reserves is really precise in the editor, not drawing the right ones results in first teams getting drawn into that league. And that is what you are experiencing. So either
  9. @Freddie Sands Thank you very much, really. It was a bit confusing at first but this is exactly what I meant. And together with Top playoff places in combination with "fate exceptions"- "continental cup qualifiers" it worked perfect excluding the cup winner for the playoff. I'll write up a tutorial if you don't mind for others and post it on this forum. So it worked now like this (for Holland): First placed team got first ticket. Second placed team got second ticket. Cup winner (finished 7th) got the third ticket. Third placed team got fourth ticked. Teams placed 4,5,6
  10. Nice, continental cups are still in baby shoes in the editor so our options are limited. But at least this solves your problem and it is pretty ingenious. Holland has a playoff where the winner takes the last European ticket, right now that is EL third qualifying round stage. So I can try your option but I have to figure out a way how to select the last spot for the European tickets. I did find out if you select as a "fate action" for the final round of the European places playoff stage that if you use "qualify team for competition", select Europa League, seeding is 0, and tick both boxes
  11. Do you do that in the stage? I can't find that in a stage but only under "competition". I did find out I can exclude teams that already have a continental cup fate for a playoff. You do it by setting top playoff to 4 teams and then down below the page you can set fate exceptions. Choose top playoff and then select continental cup qualifiers. This way it negates every other club who qualified for continental cup. Only downside is I can't seem to set a working league fate (continental cup qualification) for the winner of the stage so if you could explain your option more we
  12. Have you tried using "Preferred Lower Division Teams For Promotion" under competitions? Set one for each regional division, give minimum teams 1, maximum teams 1.
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