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  1. I read it as: Points Most points between the two teams head-to-head that season Goal Difference Goals Scored Away goals scored in H2H games Play off
  2. Not sure if raised: Premier League rules changed this season meaning that the result between the two teams is more important than overall goal difference. The current EPL rules in the game imply that's not the case. https://www.premierleague.com/news/1262217 Head-to-head records If two or more clubs finish level in the table when competing for the title or European qualification, or when relegation is at stake, their records in the head-to-head matches will now be used to separate them. In previous seasons, teams involved in these specific battles who finished with the same points total, goal difference and number of goals scored would be pitted against each other in a playoff. But that extra match is now less likely. In 2019/20 the team who have collected the most points in the head-to-head duels between the sides lying level on points, goal difference and number of goals scored, will take the highest finishing position, while the team with the fewest will take the lowest place. If clubs still cannot be separated, the team who scored the most goals away from home in the head-to-head matches will get the highest position. Only if the clubs remain level in the table after this will a playoff be arranged, at a neutral ground, with the format, timing and venue being determined by the Premier League Board.
  3. Backroom staff roles: Love the technical director / loan manager roles. Would be good to reflect the top class clubs, who have roles such as =Sports nutritionists (natural fitness), =Sports psychologists (determination, bravery, concentration), =Set piece coaches (corners, free kicks, throw ins, penalties) =PR advisors (give the manager better worded answers, or train the assistant to deal with press conferences)
  4. When offering a new contract, the wages drop down option jumps from £160pw to £34,000pw and so on. It would be good, seeing as there's often a 'recommended wage', for the tiering to be similar. E.G. for someone who's recommended wage is £10,000pw, offer £8k, £9k, £10k, £11k, £12k, £15k, £17k, £20k as options. Not £400,000pw. or for £120,000pw maybe £100k, £110k, £120k, £130k, £150k. Not £160 pw... A similar approach for all other drop downs would be good too...
  5. It'd be good to be able to have the option to send a player with a recurring injury away for surgery (e.g. Aguero with his knee in the summer).
  6. When offering a new contract, the wages drop down option jumps from £160pw to £34,000pw and so on. It would be good, seeing as there's often a 'recommended wage', for the tiering to be similar. E.G. for someone who's recommended wage is £10,000pw, offer £8k, £9k, £10k, £11k, £12k, £15k, £17k, £20k as options. Not £400,000pw. or for £120,000pw maybe £100k, £110k, £120k, £130k, £150k. Not £160 pw... A similar approach for all other drop downs would be good too...
  7. Backroom staff roles: Would be good to reflect the top class clubs, who have roles such as sports nutritionists (natural fitness), sports psychologists (determination, bravery, concentration), set piece coaches.
  8. Training ratings for staff: It would be helpful, alongside star rating, to see which staff have made an improvement to players' stats. e.g. Phil Cannon has improved the team's long range passing attributes by an average of 1.2.
  9. I think it would be great to have the option to have recurring regen players. All too often, I spend 10+ seasons in a save, to then try my hand on another challenge. However, all that work learning the regens on that save has gone to waste. It would be a good option when starting a game to decide if you want to use the same regen players every save- a reward for playing long enough to know who comes good. Obviously some people love the unexpected nature of the youth intakes, but it'd be great to have the option (so I could always have Kevin Coleman or Facundo Illa...).
  10. I dream of a full game like this. Bigger than the Football Chairman app, and run in a similar fashion to FM. It would be a lot of fun.
  11. Inplay team talks are ok, but they're a little limited. It would be great to have reaction buttons on the side/top/bottom to instantly react. It could be easily focused at specific players or the whole team e.g. -Goal scored: Great finish/Let's get another/Don't lose your heads. -Goal conceded: Keep your chins up /Focus!/ What was that?! / That's your fault (select player) -Good passage of play: Great pass!/Stop messing about/ Get the ball to (player) Tonnes of others you could do, all as a simple shortcut to affect the player's morale and mentality.
  12. I wouldn't mind as side portion of the game that includes private life matters like this. Maybe i want to invest in property, and it all goes t*ts up. The press get wind of it, and start focusing on that in media confrences... Would rather they spent time on fixing more important bits though, that's a BIG expansion.
  13. because that's how the board had apportioned it. We've got £1.1bn in the bank, so a board request to invest in the feeder club, or to pay for away fans tickets after a big loss, has a whole host of benefits and are potentially real lift replications.
  14. Right click - drag. I miss this. It was so much simple, and an easy view to see mentalities and directions of play.
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