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  1. You can't buy players from other clubs in the A-League, only sign them when their contract expires. The best strategy in the A-League is to go after the Aussies playing overseas.
  2. I thought the balance on the left with Coutinho/Can/Moreno was worth sticking with, even though Moreno had a tough game against Lamela. I don't think the right side had the same understanding.
  3. Interesting list. If Rogic is injured, it's understandable that he's out, but I wasn't expecting Kennedy and Wilkshire to miss out. Looks like a bit of long term thinking. Played against Tommy Oar in schoolboys now he's off to a world cup.
  4. Some funny ones in there. Poor Stewie
  5. It'd be nice if it worked like that, but if Liverpool do finish tenth (or worse) then surely there would a huge group of fans calling for his head and a huge amount of pressure on the owners?
  6. Yeah you're right Malaysia allow no-foreigners in their league, the only problem is I don't know whether foreigner restrictions are tied to the nationality of the club, or too the nationality of the league. I don't really fancy giving each player a second nationality of Malaysian, but that would be an effective way of keeping the clubs together. I might do a couple of tests and see what i can work out
  7. Cheers for the positive feedback guys. I was looking for a league with no relegation from the bottom division which, as far as i know, is Scotland, Holland, Australia and the US Australia and the US are out for obvious reasons, so that leaves Holland, which would give total of 38 nations, or Scotland with a total of 42. I was leaning towards Holland, cos it only has two divisions as opposed to Scotland's four
  8. Alright, so with uni about to finish i thought i'd make a signup game to kill some of the time in between getting well...drunk constantly. So the idea is this. With the popularity and strength of the various champions league around the world, in particular europe, and the continual club vs. country debate, is international football becoming obsolete? Ashley Cole once said that Arsenal would beat England, and Paul Scholes claimed he scored more for Man U than England because Man U had better players. So FIFA want to increase the attraction of International Football by creating a "League Of Nations" with involves international sides playing in a league structure. What it is: A League Structure with one club representing each nations national team. Each forum user will select a 23 man (or thereabouts) squad from their selected nation. I will tie each player to their nation-club for 4 years by giving them a future transfer at the end of the 4th season. So it'll be a four season tournament. At the end of each season i will allow time to make changes to their squads. I was planning on replacing the dutch leagues because there is no relegation from the bottom league and 8 sides in the second division enter the promotion playoffs. What i'm worried about is what effect will having a future transfer have on the players motivation + performance? And if anyone has any ideas or suggestions than feel free to let me know, particuarly on the league to be replaced choice
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