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Tridie2000

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  1. Why do you think the MacBook is overheating? A CPU temperature of 68°C is nothing to worry about when playing a game. Quite normal actually.
  2. I don't know the state of set pieces in FMT21 since I'm using FMT18 but I haven't seen any news that much has changed so I want to throw my ideas into the mix. Configuring set pieces and set piece takers takes a lot of time and effort to get right. So my first enhancement is that is should be possible to connect a set piece plan with several different tactics so when I make a change to the set piece plan all tactics can benefit from that change and I don't have to waste time going into every single tactic I have to make sure all tactics use the most up-to-date version of my set piece instructions and takers. Considering that it is a lot of effort to get set pieces right it would be nice to leave the set piece instructions and takers to the Assistent Manager.
  3. First of all I'm using FMT18 so if this has been implemented in a more recent version of the game I apologize. Every year or so, I get a report telling me which players are almost out of contract. When you have a large squad it can take a long time to renew all the contracts, so I was quite happy to see a button at the bottom to leave the negotiations to my Director of Football. This is all great when you want to renew the contracts of all the players. I'd like to be able to select the players and tell the Director of Football to only renew the contracts of these players and ignore the other ones. At the start of the season I want to change the status of several of my reserve players to "available for loan". At the moment I need to go to each individual player, press "transfers" and change the status. It would be a huge time-saver if I could select multiple players from the reserves Home Screen and change the status of all the selected players to "available for loan".
  4. I know it is possible to set roles and duties, but wouldn’t it be cool if a central defender became a deep lying playmaker once the team captures the ball?
  5. As we’ve seen during this years World Cup (2018), teams change their formation when they lost the ball. For example, you start the match with a 4-4-2 formation. When you capture the ball, 1 defender moves to the midfield and 1 midfielder moves to the striker position so the formation becomes 3-4-3. When the opponent captures the ball, the formation again becomes 4-4-2. Of course you can choose which player(s) change position.
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