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  1. Thanks. Im at Perth glory and they don’t have a reserve team. I’m looking for a team with enough quality that the playing time is worthwhile and they refuse to be sent out to my affiliates.
  2. I am currently managing in Australia and developing youth players is integral. However, with only a youth team, no reserves and a refusal to play for lower league Australian teams, I am finding it difficult to give them the game time they need before making the step up. I have very talented youth players and they won’t step down a league and no A-League teams will have them. Does anyone have any advice as to how I can deal with this. All the best.
  3. I thought it would he interesting to give your manager a slightly more in-depth background. When picking your team you would be able to put your previous position at a club before this job,m. For example : -You would be able to select that you were previously the assistant manager, a coach, the reserves/u23 manager or youth team manager. -This message would show up during your introduction and in your coaching history Just a thought about creating more depth for the manager. If anyone has any other suggestions please feel free to suggest them.
  4. A good addition might be that managers gain a reputation among players, agents or other managers based on player development trends. - a young player from an elite club lacking game time would be more inclined to play for a manger with a history of taking such players and improving them instead of sticking around and stagnating. - as with shaktar and brazilians, if a team has a history of signing foreign players from a specific nation they might become the preferred club for players from that country/region. -leagues might start earning a reputation such as how germany has become a new place for young english players to develop. these trends would appear through articles as well increasing awareness among the football community. -agents and players will see that your club could be a useful stepping as a result of your transfer business with similar players.
  5. How do you know what a good fee is? For example, I could get 30m from a player but he leaves and is worth double and I’ve missed out
  6. One of my main problems when playing FM is overpaying for players and selling them only to realise they’re worth well above that. Does anyone have any tips or methods when they go about making transfers?
  7. Was thinking about some careers I’d enjoy reading about and thought there might be others who wanted somewhere to write what they’d like. Also might act as inspiration for people who don’t know what kind of career they want. For example, reading the Ozïl guide made me interested in seeing a Benfica career with the aim of buying and reselling for profit (something I’m going to get into when I’m back on my laptop) or even a German career continuing the trend of signing young english players and developing them.
  8. Ah cheers. As for internationals I think it would interesting to see you manage a small footballing country such as DR Congo, Jamaica and other caribbean countries convincing players to switch to playing for their lesser known nationility.
  9. I keep seeing high quality player rotting away at clubs (especially madrid stockpiling them). Due to wage demands they probably won’t leave even if they go a whole season without playing. International management is a big reason I play so my suggestion would be that if they aren’t getting picked for they country with the reason being lack of game time, the players would make a genuine attempt to leave. Even without the omissions from the national squads players would take a wage cut to play as it seems like a big but more importantly, unrealistic waste of good players. hope to hear any criticism or ideas.
  10. there could a be an indicated level of trust based on previous recommendations
  11. did anyone here manage Wellington Phoenix? interested if people enjoyed or are currently enjoying a career with them. I’ve struggled with the financial side and was wondering if anyone else had experienced the same problem.
  12. shizzo

    Diaspora Clubs

    Wanted to start a career with a scottish club in england much like how wales has a few. Any steps to make this easier would be very helpful.
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