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  1. Looking to release screenshots of the college teams i've created so far. Ifa nyone has any requests on teams they'd like to see, let me know.
  2. Sorry I didn’t release the file on Monday, I took unwell while playing football on sunday so I’ve been confided to a hospital room. Still in hospital but I’ve got my laptop now so I can crack on with the dB. Sorry again!
  3. I'm currently working on creating college teams and updating club colours, kit colours etc...I'm hoping to have a test file out on monday morning at the latest... I have over 200 college teams to create between now and then. Wish me luck!
  4. Yeah, but their are women’s names for some players & I’ve turned off the regen faces.
  5. Sunderland Association Football Club Ladies, previously Sunderland Association Football Club Women, is an English women's football club that plays in the FA Women's National League North. They play their home games at the Eppleton Colliery Welfare Ground. Sunderland won the FA Women's Premier League Northern Division in 2004–05 to reach the top tier National Division. After relegation in 2007, they returned to the National Division in 2009 and also lost that season's FA Women's Cup final, 2–1 to holders Arsenal at Pride Park Stadium. The club's bid to join the FA WSL for the initial 2011 season was controversially rejected in favour of the relatively newly formed, but big spending, Manchester City. This decision led to the departure of many star players (3 of whom represented England in the 2015 World Cup) and is thought to have damaged the development of the women's game in the North East for years to come. Despite this they responded by winning the Premier League National Division, which had become the second tier, on three consecutive occasions and also collected the 2011–12 FA Women's Premier League Cup. In 2014 Sunderland were accepted into the second division of a newly expanded FA WSL. They won the league on the final day of the season and were promoted into FA WSL 1 for 2015. At the end of the 2017–18 season, Sunderland A.F.C. Ladies were unsuccessful with their application for a license in both FA Women's Super League and FA Women's Championship, meaning the Lady Black Cats, were demoted to the FA Women's National League North, for the 2018–19 season. Former Players Lucy Bronze - Olympique Lyonnais Lucy Staniforth - Birmingham City Beth Mead - Arsenal Carly Telford - Chelsea Steph Houghton - Manchester City COMPETITIONS FINANCES 5 YEAR PLAN End of Current Season: Premier North - Promotion by winning the league FA CUP - Reach Third Round (Minimum) WNL Cup - Not important End of 20/21 Season Attempt to remain in the FA Championship End of 21/22 Season Remain in the FA Championship End of 22/23 Season Continue Remaining in the FA Championship End of 23/24 Season Continue Remaining in the FA Championship TRANSFERS Ins Molly Pike - on loan from Everton Fran Bentley - on loan from Manchester United Outs Bridget Galloway - Reading 250k
  6. If you message me the team info I can do it for you now.
  7. @Dallan you've just explained it better than i could've
  8. Pretty difficult if you don't know what you're doing. I can do it for you if you like?
  9. I'm going to be working on this tonight and then again tomorrow afternoon when I get home from work. Hoping to have a test file out by the end of next week if everything goes to plan.
  10. Yes, it is possible but you'd have to recreate the whole league structure.
  11. I’ll be adding a separate DB for Canada, but it will also work with the DLC if you chose to use it.
  12. Hey! Sorry I’ll have a look at this and see if I can fix it, if I can I’ll post a fix on Boxing Day
  13. Scotland Full Pyramid -- Leagues- Scottish Premiership Scottish Championship Scottish League One Scottish League Two Highland League Lowland League East of Scotland South of Scotland North Caledonian EoS First Division A EoS First Division B North Region Super League West Region Premiership East Region Superleague North East Region Superleague South North Region First Division West Region Championship East Region Premier North East Region Premier South North Region Second Division West Region League One West Region League Two *Note: Some teams may get promoted into the wrong divisions geographically, but this will eventually fix itself as you gain promotion. Cup Competitions- William Hill Scottish Cup Scottish Communities League Cup Irn Bru Cup Pat Munro North of Scotland Cup Highland League Cup Aberdeenshire Cup Aberdeenshire Shield South Challenge Cup Lowland League Cup Football Nation Qualifying Cup Central Taxis League Cup South of Scotland League Cup Southern Counties Cup Alba Cup Tweedie Cup Football Times Cup Jock Mackay Memorial Cup King Cup Alex Jack Cup The Emirates Junior Cup North Regional Cup Grill League Cup West of Scotland Cup West Region League Cup Scotland FULL PYRAMID.fmf
  14. Due to the USA Expansion being so big I'm going to do this last, so all other data files will be created before. A few things to test before they are released however.
  15. USA Major League Soccer United Soccer League Championship United Soccer League One NPSL Pro National Independent Soccer League NCAA US Soccer Development Academy United Soccer League Two National Premier Soccer League Canada Canadian Premier League League1 Ontario Premiere Ligue de soccer du Quebec Canadian Soccer League Pacific Coast Soccer League Canadian Soccer League Second Division Amway Canadian Championship Other Competitions CONCACAF in the Sudamericana Pan-Pacific Championship International Champions Cup Central American & Caribbean Leagues USA January Camp Pan American Games Central American & Caribbean Games Central American Games Copa Nuevo Mundo Downloads will be below as and when I've done a full test of each file! If anyone has any questions please let me know. I'll also post screenshots as I go.
  16. Apologies for the lack of updates on this. First release will come out tomorrow.
  17. Cove Rangers FC Cove were formed in 1922 and played in the local amateur leagues until 1985, when they became a junior team. However, the club applied and were accepted to the Highland Football League in 1986, where they have played ever since. They have also racked up a formidable reputation in the lower rounds of the Scottish Cup, reaching the 3rd round three times. In 2001 they won their first Highland League championship – but even more impressively won the 'treble' of Highland League, Aberdeenshire Shield and Scottish Qualifying Cup. In the 2007–08 season, Cove reached round four of the Scottish Cup for the first time, beating Brora Rangers away 5–0, Keith 3–0 and Edinburgh University 1–0 on the way, before losing 4–2 to Ross County. However, the south Aberdeen side claimed their second ever Highland League Championship with a 3–0 home win against Lossiemouth on 3 May 2008. Cove Rangers were one of the clubs who prepared an application for entry into the Scottish Football League following Gretna relinquishing their league status on 3 June 2008. The other clubs were Annan Athletic, Preston Athletic and Spartans. Annan Athletic were eventually awarded the place, due to their superior facilities. In 2016 the club regained their Highland League crown in one of the greatest teams achievements in recent memory. Due to the introduction of the 'pyramid system', Cove were forced to say goodbye to their Allan Park home due to the stadium not meeting SPFL minimum stadia requirements. This in turn meant the club played all of their games at an away ground with Inverurie Locos, Formartine United and Banks O'Dee offering the use of their facilities so the club could compete. Cove went on to win the league and advance to the first play-off game against the winner of the Lowland League, Edinburgh City. The tie was won by City 4–1 on aggregate who subsequently progressed to Scottish League Two after beating East Stirlingshire in the second playoff tie. One of the club's most famous players is the young Scottish midfielder Paul Coutts who joined English League One club Peterborough United during the summer of 2008 for a nominal fee. Coutts won the clubs's Young Player of the Year award for the 2008–09 season and won eight caps for the Scotland under-21 squad, after being touting for a call up by his former manager Darren Ferguson. Stadium From 1948 to 2015 Cove played at Allan Park, which was located in Cove. The ground had a capacity of 2300 spectators, with 200 on seats or benches. Its largest attendance was 2,100, in the league playoff 2008–09 vs Deveronvale which they won 3-1 to lift the league title for the third year running. Allan Park was named after a local farmer, who sold the club the land on which they built the ground in 1948.[4] On Friday, 30 July 2010, an article was placed in the local Aberdeen paper, the Evening Express that Stewart Milne, the chairman of Aberdeen, had bought Allan Park. This scheme was thrown into doubt, however, when Aberdeen City Council rejected an application by the two clubs to build a new ground for Cove Rangers that Aberdeen FC would also have used as a training ground. Nevertheless, on 18 April 2015, Cove Rangers played their final game at Allan Park following progress being made with Aberdeen City Council in terms of planning permission. In this game Cove marked their departure with a 4–0 victory over Fort William. Allan Park had been bought by housing developers for a figure believed to be around the £3m mark. The sale also included a social club, also owned by the football club, which closed its doors the following day. Cove then began construction of their revised new stadium. The new facility, known as 'Balmoral Stadium' is located next to a new secondary school, with the merging of Kincorth and Torry Academies into one larger school. In a clause made by Aberdeen City Council, this new school will have access to the new stadium's artificial pitch. Honours Highland Football League: 2000–01, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2012–13, 2015–16, 2017–18 Highland League Cup: 1994–95, 1999–00, 2004–05, 2014–15, 2016–17 Aberdeenshire Cup: 2001–02, 2010–11 Aberdeenshire Shield: 1990–91, 2000–01, 2008–09, 2017–18 Scottish Qualifying Cup (North): 1990–91, 2000–01 Aberdeenshire League: 2000–01, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2014–15 Inter-League Trophy: 2001–02
  18. I have created Orkney and Shetland as two separate countries from Scotland. Orkney Leagues: Orkney A League •Dounby •East United •Hotspurs •Rendall •Rovers •South Rothesay •Stromness •Thorfinn Orkney B League •Accies •Burray •Firth •Harray •Isles United •Wanderers Shetland Leagues: Ocean Kinetics Premier League • Whitedale •Spurs •Whalsay •Ness United •Celtic •Delting •Thistle •Scalloway Ocean Quality Works League •Banks •Baroc Revolution •Bressay •LK Galaxy •Ness C •Services •Wast Linga Ramblers •West Side Rebels •Wrultizers Both countries are part of UEFA and FIFA so you will be able to qualify for the Champions League / Europa League, European Championships and World Cups.
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