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  1. Thanks! Makes totally sense, intrigued by trying a CMd in a wide formation.
  2. 2037!!! Take a bow to your commitment to the club! Really interesting set up there, I was also pondering a Porto save and would think of applying something similar. May I ask why going Extremely Wide?
  3. Both are asked to mark the opposition fullback on their side. This greatly reduces overlaps from the opposition and result in them tracking back a lot despite their attacking mentality. Then the differences are largely due to their position within the formation and players’ characteristics: To the right WM I ask to sit narrow to exploit the space left by having the half-back on his side. Using Pizzi who is more of a wide playmaker I also tick the “take more risks” PI. On the left I ask to cut inside but without the sit narrower instruction, as I want a diagonal outside-to-halfspace
  4. Quite good actually, still have to finish my season but will surely win the league and just beaten Atletico Madrid 4-0 in the first leg UCL semi-final. The pairing of Waldschmidt (as F9) and Núñez (PF-A) is scoring goal for fun with 57 netted between them. But the real revelation for me was the use of wide-midfielders. I think I almost never used in over 12 years playing FM, but being a "generalistic" role it allows to get exactly the movement I want from them, much better than an IW or IF (in the AM strata). The squad and performances: Latest results: Competitions ov
  5. That's an amazing first season! Probably it's too late for you to apply directly, but I've noticed that a lot of good young players in big teams have contracts until June 2021 and you can poached them relatevely easy. Man City has Eric Garcia and form Barcelona you can have Oriol Busquets, Collado, Miranda and a couple more all for free. What system did you use this season?
  6. In a save that is a homage to @Ö-zil to the Arsenal! using Benfica, I am achieving 3-1-6 shape that is well distributed through the width of the pitch with this formation:
  7. Well, another Supercopa win against Barcelona! What a goal by Williams! Aupa Athletic!
  8. Yes the Bundesliga is quite rich and a really fun league to manage. I understand your doubts about the save, it is difficult to achieve more than what you did. I hope you will return to Germany soon though!
  9. I am actually having a save in Spain right now but will surely make one in Germany soon. I also suggest checking these threads: @Cheez3y battling his way up with his local East German club: @TheRobert is instead trying his fortunes in the city of Carnival: @SimpleFM who brought Schalke to UCL glory in just 4 seasons!
  10. 3. Liga This is for me a very interesting league that has the potential of many long-term saves. Be it with fallen giants like 1860 Munich and Kaiserslautern or with former East Germany clubs such as Dresden, Rostock, or Magdeburg, you have plenty of options to create a funny and engaging narrative within FM21. Iconic West-German Fallen Giant Having won the German top division as recently as 1998, a slow but constant decent into hell started at the turn of the century. Having been relegated to the third tier in 2018, similarly to Hamburg, they failed to bounce straight
  11. 2. Bundesliga The second tier in German football is a very competitive league with some quite interesting club to manage. My two personal suggestions both stem from the second largest city in Germany, Hamburg Finally Get It Right Hamburg SV are now for the third year battling in the 2. Bundesliga aiming to get back to the top league. Until their relegation in 2018, they were the only still existing team to always have played in the top flight. They still have some important players and interesting youngster such as Vagnoman, van Drongelen, and Amaechi. Will you finally
  12. BUNDESLIGA Could it be that after such an incredible domination over the past years and a treble achieved during the summer someone finally dethrones Bayern? Will Dortmund or Leipzig deliver? Can Leverkusen of 'Gladbach find consistency? Will it be the year when historic clubs such as Schalke or Werder finally go down? Will nouveaux riches Hertha qualify for the UCL? With so many historic and interesting teams it is actually difficult to pinpoint to just a couple of clubs, but here are my two cents on teams that are worth trying this year. Overthrowing the King Bo
  13. Welcome to this year German football thread where you can share and discuss about your saves in Germany!
  14. Great idea for a save. Always had a thing for German football, good luck!
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