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  1. The issue with everyone asking how to get a work permit for their players post-Brexit are forgetting that there are several different transfer/work permit systems the game may choose from following Brexit in-game, and without proper screenshots of the league rules section, especially the part that covers work permits, we can only offer very generalised advice.
  2. If their division/league structure allows promotions for B teams, which it does for Spain, they can get promoted, but they can't enter the division their parent team is in. If it's an inactive league, it relies on team reputation (for the B team), player ability and player reputation, I believe.
  3. For £899, you could get this one: https://www.box.co.uk/FX504GM-EN150T-ASUS-FX504GM-EN150T_2344467.html Same high quality processor as the Curry's laptop (which is better than the PC World one, has a better processor, which is important for FM), but has more SSD high speed disk space, and a better graphics card. It'll run FM19 like a dream with more than 5 nations quickly if you wanted to increase the number of leagues/nations you use, including in 3D, and will play most new AAA games at medium/high graphics too.
  4. You'd have to change it with the pre-game editor, so you would likely be best off asking in the Editors forum exactly how to change the lower league database you want to use to stop Brexit happening. You can find it here: https://community.sigames.com/forum/26-editors-hideaway/
  5. I've really enjoyed my Dortmund save - you're up there, but equal with 2 or 3 other teams, so you still need to try hard, plus you have desirable players that you may need to try to keep hold of, and the Bundesliga has a tendency of having one or two teams surprising you and managing to break into Europe when they'd been fighting against relegation the season before.
  6. And spend some time training him on his finishing and composure, as that'll make him a better player in general.
  7. Did they include other clauses or payments over time? If they include bonuses that guarantee to pay out, like instalments, those count towards the transfer fee for the promise.
  8. It tends to be harder to retrain older players, so given he's 29, I'd have said it'd be unlikely he could retrain properly as a left-back. That doesn't mean, of course, that he couldn't do a decent job there.
  9. He's unhappy because you didn't play him in the first team - the promise for the preferred position is for the first team, so by promising that, he expected to be played, at least occasionally, in the first team.
  10. Strange, because I had no issues in my 2nd year with Dortmund, the match was played as normal.
  11. We aren't allowed to discuss it on the SI forums, sorry.
  12. They get invited if the youth level increases sufficiently for them to qualify. It's usually if you manage to get promoted and you've put money into your youth training, etc.
  13. If you could stretch to £530, I'd suggest this: https://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/lenovo-ideapad-330-15ich-15-6-intel-core-i5-laptop-1-tb-hdd-black-10185206-pdt.html Exceptionally good processor, which is most important for FM, and a medium spec graphics card, which is all you need for FM. Only down side is only 4GB RAM, but you aren't likely to get much more with a comparable processor for around £500.
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