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  1. Yes, All with a minimum up front cost and then spread out payments. Wolves and Newcastle were relegated so managed to get Neves and Lascelles quite easily, Chelsea transfer listed Zouma I also sold/released the majority of the squad
  2. Just finished my 2nd season on my new save. Came second, first year in the Prem! Insane, came down to the last game of the season, drew and lost last two games. Turns out my loss to Liverpool was pivotal, bloody Tonali getting a red My line up below- lots of youth and promise
  3. Signed him for Leeds 2nd season and my first in the prem, has 10 league goals by January. I honestly think he will claim all 3 top goals of the year, some absolute belters. Play him as a B2B midfielder
  4. I have just got promoted in my new save and have made some incredible signings. Patrick Cutrone Ruben Neves (Wolves got relegated) Alban Lafont Kieran Tierney Kurt Zouma- 12 Million! Grimaldo on loan Origi on a free (had to throw money at him though) Plus a few cheap Argentines- Almendra, Dominguez, Almada All the above were signed with a minimum upfront cost and the rest spread over installments
  5. I add a players personality to the end of their name, for instance, a driven player would get- John Smith DRI, that way I can track personality changes quickly, makes it a little easier for mentoring.
  6. I always consider this. He would eventually but can’t say I’ve ever tried it. Think that would be his best position
  7. I've recently started a Bournemouth save and it has been very enjoyable. Apart from Danny Ings they have no "elite" produced players, i.e anyone good enough to play in the Premiership. I've set a goal of becoming the leading club of producing elite players, by investing heavily in youth and training them at the club for 3 years. In Cook, Ake, Brooks, Wilson, Mepham they have a great backbone of youngish players, the majority with good personalities, that will help with mentoring. They are also great for a homegrown challenge. The stadium is by far the smallest in the Premiership too.
  8. Thought so guys, looks like my reserves and under 18s are going to be very full! Thank you
  9. I believe it's 3 years youngsters need to be at your club to gain the "trained at club" description. I have an affiliate club 2 leagues below, could I loan players to this team and still achieve this, or do they have to remain at my club?
  10. Everybody is different. I use no qualifications, Sunday league footballer, as that best describes me personally You have to be cautious and know your players Most people probably use the recommended qualifications and reputation. This would make sense for realism I guess
  11. Not sure where I should have posted this, But I can't search on this forum? Every time I search, it shows 0 results for anything I look for, I have tried on mobile and MacBook? I have checked all my search parameters and I should definitely see some posts
  12. Some nice changes mate! -A couple of personality “upgrades” really useful for mentoring -A few ability boosts -Option to call back Pearce and Coyle from loan is a bonus -Can raise a few quid if needs be Also, Foden can join on loan on deadline day (for me at least)
  13. Thanks guys the player is Jack Clarke from Leeds, he’s only 17 so lots of time to nurture him He’s naturally a winger but I rarely use them
  14. Without seeing the players name and position, what position and role you recommend? I want to base my team around this player. I was thinking shadow striker
  15. On this update I had to add Croatian first division to find him, they wanted £25 million!
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