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  1. No, not really, as the processor is the most important part for FM to run faster, and I'm not sure how easy it is to replace the processor in a Macbook, or whether alternate processors would even be compatible with it. As it's a 7 year old laptop with a processor single-core speed of only just over the minimum requirements for FM, at this point your main choice would be "Am I going to buy a new Windows laptop, or another MacBook?".
  2. Aye, from what Google have said, all Stadia stuff is held server-side, it's not saved on your PC, and as unlicensed logos, face packs, etc, would be copyright infringing, I don't see Google approving of it being hosted on their servers, or SI approving of it openly, as that could get them into legal trouble.
  3. As with Germany (where many B-teams are in the regionalliga), it still acts as if games are played in that league, it's just not got a playable league.
  4. Dual channel memory is usually better for performance. However, for FM, RAM won't make a huge difference from 8GB to 16GB, it's the processor that's the most important part for running FM quickly.
  5. I believe UEFA have said that the leagues determine how a team qualifies for it, so it would likely depend on whether all the qualifying leagues have announced their process for deciding who gets into the Europa Conference as to whether it's in FM20. I hope the leagues do it in time, it'd be interesting to see what sort of teams get into it.
  6. To be fair, when I stream, I have attribute masking turned off for that save because it makes it a lot easier for me to look at a player a viewer suggests and see if they're decent (and if people just ask to see how, say, Sandro Tonali is doing in 2022). Meanwhile, when I'm doing my personal save, I always have attribute masking on.
  7. Also, given that the "Selling team pays wages" bit only applies for however long his remaining contract with the selling club would be, they'll also take into account whether they can properly afford his wages going on from then, plus whatever extra wages he asks for in his contract.
  8. Probably because SI can't officially comment on the use of facepacks, etc, given that those are all things that SI would have to license to use, and if it appeared that they were actively supporting it, rather than just allowing it, it might get them into agro with leagues/teams.
  9. Note, however, that you won't be able to use that to make them the youth manager in an existing save, the pre-game editor would only work for a new save using the edited database the editor would produce.
  10. That was only approx. 2 weeks ago, I wouldn't say that a delay of that long would suggest that they'd stop updating it. At this point, they might be waiting to discuss FM20 once more info is released about it in the next week or two.
  11. It's not the SI guys who choose to use it or not. All SEGA developed and published games have Denuvo, and Football Manager is published by SEGA, so if you want FM to no longer use Denuvo, it's SEGA you need to be raising the issue with, unfortunately.
  12. It's a good laptop, it'd blitz FM19 and 20. I'd, however, go with this one: https://www.jbhifi.com.au/computers-tablets/laptops/dell-gaming/dell-g3-15-3590-15-6-gaming-laptop-i7/391021/ It has 16GB RAM rather than just the 8GB in the one you linked, and FM isn't going to look any different on a 120Hz screen compared to a 60Hz screen.
  13. What makes you think they'd use different amounts of system resources? It's all just numbers in a database, it'd use exactly the same amount of resources.
  14. This one won't boot up or load games as quickly initially, because whilst it has much more storage space, it's a standard hard drive, as opposed to the solid state drive in the cheaper one (but that one has barely any storage space on it), but processing will likely be a bit faster, though whether you'd notice the difference, I'm not sure (it's only 0.1GHz difference in processing speed for both the base speed and the boosted speed). I'd probably go for the Argos one anyway though, as you'll be able to save a lot more on the hard drive, even if it does boot slightly slower.
  15. There doesn't appear to have ever been a Premier League Young Player of the Month - only Player, Manager and Goal of the Month. There's an EFL Young Player of the Month for the Championship, League 1 and League 2, and that only came into existence in December 2009.
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