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kentonizking

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    I am an avid Norwich City Fan who has supported them since I was four, when I went to my first game

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  1. It's often a case of being brutal and moving people on relatively quickly. Long contracts for poor players are your enemy as even as a low/bottom end premier league team you can usually replace them with younger and better players quite cheaply. Also be prepared to get relegated, as there is a huge gap between championship and Premier league, but that isn't a failure as it might give your young acquisitions a season back in the championship to progress. Scout regions. South America East and West. Eastern Europe. Try and pick up some wonder kids to develop and sell on. As for moving people on, if they are not good enough, get rid. Offer out, even for rubbish money or frees as contracted players who are well below the quality are wasted resources Also, use the comparison to see where you are truly lacking and by how much. Hope that wasn't too obvious/patronising.
  2. It comes down to the way FM models the decline of older players, too harshly in a lot of FM players opinions. To see strength disappear after 33 sometimes is ludicrous. Especially when Bayo Akinfenwa keeps on going each year!
  3. So sick of these paranoid posts from people
  4. Am I allowed to say that I love you a little bit
  5. Just a note on this. Poland might be a good choice as they have few limits on foreign players in their league, that might help with those tricky work permits etc
  6. At that level, let em go. Squad turnover at Kings Lynn's level is high and you will probably find better players on less money on free transfers come the end of season.
  7. Oh yeah. Not sure where that came from. I remembered the Greek researcher got into trouble, it must have been over how good he was!
  8. how far did you get with it? I did some of England today, the Premier League teams and a few Championship teams, it left some teams very threadbare! It was nice to see Ryan Shawcross and Phil Bardsley return to Man U though!
  9. Hi guys, I had an idea for a database where all players are returned to the clubs they were trained at, irregardless of their age/ability. This coupled with the summer transfer disabled, could make for an interesting first half season, then some odd transfers etc after that. Examples would be, Bellingham back at Birmingham, Gomez back at Charlton, Sancho back at City. Lukaku back at Anderlecht, Ronaldo back at Sporting. Even crap older players would be returned, so Danny Crowe would return to Norwich. Rooney back at Everton. What do people think ?
  10. I would say that 7 teamwork and decisions is probably a large part of why he won't cross. Especially if his personality is selfish. My advice....?.replace him
  11. One of the issues with wingers and them deciding to shoot instead of cross is the teamwork attribute. Have a look at that. Teamwork and decisions.
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