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Fosse

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    Steamed hams

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    Leicester City

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    Low expectations

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  1. You have a lot of instructions, there's far too many to be able to explain exactly what they do with your system and how they interact with each other
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    [ENGLAND] Premier Division Data Issues

    I agree they'll be our main in rivals in years to come because of Forest and Derby's promotion allergy and they're already challenging for 7th too but it's slightly too high in my opinion (and you're more than welcome to disagree, obviously!). Writing this out I've now realised that to;s probably fine as it is actually
  3. Fosse

    [FM19] Leics is more

    December 2018/19 We've signed Tom Bayliss, he's not going to play much yet (if it all tbh) but Mendy is off to Palace whilst Silva and Iborra are both ageing.
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    [FM19] Leics is more

    November & December 2018/19 I don't know what to do, the life has drained out of me and the squad, there's no movement or vibrancy despite me watching games on full mostly. I think I'll have to change formation rather than tweaking mentality and instructions because it's just not happening. I can't argue with that.
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    [ENGLAND] Premier Division Data Issues

    I think Spurs is a weird one, personally there's other teams I dislike more than them - I could perhaps understand the bitterness from some sections of our support if they'd pipped us to the title but they didn't but appreciate generally our fans dislike them. I'd say Birmingham City (as an example rather than a specific team) are about the same level as Northampton (if not more of a game I'd look forward to), a local game but not really a rivalry. I don't think I've ever met a Cobblers fan. Peterborough is probably fair enough as it is, its very much one sided but its nice to get one over them. Stoke, I agree there's a bit of needle there and about right. I'd say most Leicester fans I know ( another caveat I know) don't mind them at all. Wolves rivalry rating is too high imo, there's a bit of history with Walsh & Bull, MacGhee etc and we're similar sides now but again I think most of our fan base don't really care
  6. Fosse

    [ENGLAND] Premier Division Data Issues

    @tomlcfc I think some of our rivalries could do with being reviewed. Portsmouth for example developed through being similarly placed sides in the 90s but there's no rivalry to speak of now. Northampton and Notts County aren't rivalries they're just local and we never play them anyway unless it's a friendly.
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    [FM19] Leics is more

    October 2018/19 Bad.
  8. Fosse

    [FM19] Leics is more

    October 2018/19 Kettering are in the same division as Coalville and Barwell, I wanted one of them
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    [FM19] Leics is more

    October 2018/19 Poor starts for Coalville and Barwell.
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    [FM19] Leics is more

    October 2018/19 I'm a bit surprised to the board agreed so soon, but Susan Whelan (CEO) is slightly in favour of promoting youth players which was also the philosophy I requested immediately after starting which I suppose helped.
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    [FM19] Leics is more

    September 2018/19 A much better month than August, bizarrely we gave a penalty away in each game aside from the Cardiff one where we missed one ourselves. The scenes we like to see. Gomez is probably there because of the brace he scored against us. This also happened, Bruno Berner is a former left back of ours - it's a bit odd I always play as him but y'know it just feels more natural than a scrawny 21 being a top flight manager.
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    [FM19] Leics is more

    September 2018/19 A much improved performance and result once again, we gave a penalty away for the third game running and fortunately Schmeichel saved the second penalty he's faced in a row. They didn't really threaten aside from Benteke being a massive b*stard and some set pieces but our issue was creating good chances as Barnes picked the ball up in our half and basically did this from our half to the goal: except the barging. Maddison scored from Barnes laying the ball off with his thigh I think which was werid, Maddison added his second with a nice curling strike from outside the box.
  13. I've thought about doing a SWOT analysis before too haha, one of my favourite ever threads on here - keep it up!
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    [FM19] Leics is more

    It's certainly difficult, that's why I've given myself a target of having the squad being Leicester(shire) born in 5 seasons time, thinking about it might not be long enough - if I'm struggling too much then it'll become a youth only save instead or perhaps opened up to the East Midlands (wouldn't really want to be playing players born in Nottingham or Derby though ). I've been following Barnes career very closely since I watched him make his debut in our 5-0 thrashing in Porto, he was MK Dons best player and every Barnsley fan I've ever met in Sheffield (one) has loved him. He ran over to the away fans for that goal didn't he? That's what we all wanna see. You're right about James, tidy player but he's a perma-crock unfortunately
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    [FM19] Leics is more

    September 2018/19 September gets off to a much better start, we were still probably the worst side on the balance of play but we caught them on the counter well. We were all over the shop with defensive set pieces so if training it specifically doesn't improve matters I'll have to rejig them. Barnes scored a tidy finish, had one narrowly rules out for offside and generally impressed; earning him a spot in the TOTW. What a boy.
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