Jump to content
Sports Interactive Community


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Mrlee.1986

  • Rank


  • Biography
    Player since 2000

About Me

  • About Me
    Kent England


  • Interests
    Football of course

Currently Managing

  • Currently Managing
    Margate & spurs

Recent Profile Visitors

1,243 profile views
  1. If it was me, I would probably look towards Italy, maybe lazio? A strong rep and a 'slower' paced league, or France. If you're anyone apart from psg or Monaco your board expectations won't be too high, maybe Marseille or Lyon?
  2. I saw @Neil Brock pop up as a youth prospect at Man Utd in my spurs save last season. And a guy called Tom scrivener (who on googling is the fm carribean head researcher) is currently one of my top strikers.
  3. Squad Rotation for Champions League

    For champs league games, I don't usually rotate players unless it's the group "whipping boys" or I've already qualified from the group and the remaining game(s) are meaningless. Priority is always qualification, then my squad players will get a run out. If it's the knockout part of the comp, I play my first team in the first leg, and then depending on result and if I'm home or away for the second leg, I'll rotate a few but not the whole team - But I would also keep a strong bench in case things start going wrong. I personally try not to start players under 85% - however the natural fitness attribute does play a part in my decision.. players like tevez and Kante for example just keeps running and running no matter what the % - although admittedly that's probably not advisable lol.
  4. It works the other way as well, one week someone could be on your list, the next he's disappeared for no "obvious" reason
  5. Log in through steam, download the game and then stick in the code to activate
  6. Youth into international

    I'm assuming he's asking maybe what's the best league etc to get the player noticed? Again, like frazt said it depends who you're playing as, but Spain always seems to be a good place for the Argentinians.
  7. Youth into international

    @FrazT he can't give him game time if he doesn't have a wp? Take over the national side and call him up? Either that or loan him to a half decent team in a decent league and hope his performances are noticed..
  8. Get the dof to negotiate contract, for some reason the player won't talk to you, but usually signs of you get someone else to do it :/ lol
  9. Transfer fee calculation

    I stand corrected then, around 750k to 1 million - plus maybe a sell on % - seems fair if you're not actively looking to sell, he's young, English, premier league, those stats ain't too bad either to be fair - although I will disagree with @Cougar2010 slightly, I believe goalkeepers generally peak a few years later than outfield player. I'm sure it's into the 30s.
  10. Transfer fee calculation

    Ahh. Now then your best bet would of been to screenshot any random player from your squad stats screen and basically "asked the audience" for what they would sell him for and why. Although now I've wrote that I'm willing to bet that if you did that, you would get completely different valuations from myself, ilkork and cougar lol
  11. New stadium

    This is true, I was lucky with loans, a couple of cup runs (including winning the non league cup) and mostly picking off Players from the relegated clubs.. league 2 was the most difficult in fairness, mostly due to the change from semi pro to pro. But overall, as much as it's amazing to shoot up the leagues, sometimes you do need to take a season or two to "chill" and consolidate some decent income. I'm only 3 1/2 star club rep still and a 3 star manager.
  12. New stadium

    @Cuenca Guy 6000 sellout every single home game - it was a joke to be honest, it cost me more in match day fees than the income I got. Basically losing money every time I played a game.
  13. Football League Financial Help

    Yeah in real life. players and staff will generally ask for more on full time contracts because most of the lower league players/staff have "other jobs" outside football which is their main source of income. 31,000 sounds about right though, I think mine was 27k. The main issue with contracts I found was that your scouts and your own judgement will be needed a lot more now because it's difficult to shift the players who are worthless to you, and as you said, financial management is difficult enough without making mistakes and buying pants players. But after re-reading and now noticing that you are managing fc united, you should be able to pick up a few decent loan deals from the clubs around you, like united and city, plus Oldham, bury, Rochdale etc.
  14. Football League Financial Help

    I might be wrong on this but I believe part time deals as a professional club are not possible. I'm not sure what the contracts change to though and if it's auto or not. As for the rules, it should be - league 2 - overview - rules. i read this and it helped a little http://www.financialfairplay.co.uk/scmp.php simplified it basically says you can only spend 55% of your turnover (sponsorship, match day income & tv) on wages - so for every £1000 you make, you can spend £550 on wages.