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About JordanMillward_1

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  1. If he is playing it on the Xbox, no. The Xbox and PC versions are different, and only the PC versions across different stores (Steam, Epic, etc) are able to play with each other.
  2. You can't manage the same team at the same time, but if the matches for the teams you're each managing are at different times, you can attend the other match and watch it.
  3. Why would he need to use an editor? Haaland in the game, if you set up your tactics so he's the one taking the vast majority of shots, is perfectly capable of those numbers of goals. He's been scoring between 45 and 55 goals a season for me in my Dortmund save every season.
  4. Crossplay was already there, the update just took into account changes with the networking to make sure that crossplay continued to work.
  5. https://www.rfef.es/noticias/nueva-copa-del-rey-saldra-116-equipos It's partially based on position in the league, partially random, yes.
  6. They'll become professional if they get promoted to the 3. Liga, that's the only way.
  7. They'll go professional as soon as they reach the 3. Liga (assuming you're in the Bundesliga). Before then, baring using the pregame editor, I don't believe you can make them become professional.
  8. It does in FM, either Work Rate or Determination depending on how the player reacts.
  9. You'd put it into Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2020\editor data
  10. That was already included in the previous patch, and I've seen my keepers following the team instructions much more now.
  11. https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11661/12052427/do-premier-league-clubs-need-to-sign-homegrown-players "UEFA defines homegrown players as those who, regardless of their nationality, have been trained by their club or by another club in the same national association for at least three years between the age of 15 and 21." As such, if Swansea or Cardiff were to qualify for Europe, even via the English league system, only players who are trained in Wales would count as homegrown for UEFA, as Swansea and Cardiff are subject to the Welsh FA, despite playing in English leagues. The s
  12. Actually, Joe Rodon was trained in Wales only (he was a product of the Swansea academy and was there until he was 20), as was Ben Davies (except he was at Swansea until he was 21), so both would only count as "Trained in" Wales, for the purposes of European competition (like the Champions League). It's only in the Premier League or EFL that players who trained in Wales also count as English homegrown. So what you're seeing there is 100% correct.
  13. Because they're trying to be cheap. No need to spend an extra million if you don't have to, regardless of how wealthy a club you are.
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