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  1. Hello. I got around 2000 photos for players I need to adjust to the exact ID of my savegame. To be exact, I need to add 4961 to each file name (for example: 2000 becomes 6961, 2005 becomes 6966, etc.) Does anyone know how I can do this? The ID's are not all in order counting from one number. (for example; 6000, 6001, 6003, 6006) so it has to take that into account.
  2. A few duplicates still slipped the cracks. Wu Shaocong is duplicated for example. Don't know if the Japan fansite (which one is that?) fixed it. Edit: Found the website. They added this in the new version (translated): 2020/05/09 2.0.2 ・ Reflects the transfer update found on May 8 ・ Complement regional league data (Shikoku in general; Hokushinetsu, Tokai and parts of China) ・ Modified part of the J League rules
  3. I am still hoping someday SI will include more than just the ERE + KK divisions. I don't think it's too hard or unreasonable to include the Tweede and Derde Divisie at least. Especially considering the Tweede Divisie teams are accurate (more or less) most of the time in a new FM release. Only problem is, currently we don't have promotion or relegation between the KK and Tweede Divisie. Which is a real bummer. Only because the financial gap is still there and clubs don't want to promote. In an ideal world I can only hope we will have promotion and relegation again someday. The benefit of nobody currently relegating or promoting between leagues is that for FM21 you guys have a lot less work ahead of you to do all the mutations in that department. And can focus on other departments more, which is nice.
  4. Amazing, and was just wondering today if there was a good Netherlands project out there dare I say, one of the most difficult leagues to get right. Well done! Will use this probably in my really big journeyman game.
  5. Recently someone figured out how to "randomly" distribute faces per ethnicity with a script. It's indirectly under a paywall/donation on a discord currently, therefor I won't specifically link it. But if you look up Chilled Moose her work (it isn't her script though, that's why the "indirectly" I mentioned) you will find it with a little bit of googling and searching. As far as I know it isn't exactly automatic, but it is random. In the sense that you have to do a few steps (besides ordering faces in maps per ethnicity). If you can seperate all the newgen/regen in the game from the real players, via shortlist bulk, or per player or whichever way you want, the script will do the rest as per instructions.
  6. That happens even without any mods loaded. I guess it's a bug in the SI engine itself, I have the same.
  7. Some critical errors I hadn't noticed until now -- but did after playing FC Groningen and seen my reserves didn't play any games, rather gamebreaking. There is something wrong with a couple of reserve teams in the Eredivisie and Keuken Kampioen Divisie. Some are missing, and some aren't part of any competition, thus the reserves/youth have no games in regular season. I suspect this is because after some reserve teams jumped out of the pyramid in real life, they didn't put them in any of the reserve competitions in the database. Jong FC Groningen isn't playing any games ingame in regular season. This is wrong since they play in the reserves competition just like Jong Heerenveen https://www.transfermarkt.nl/beloften-vorrunde/tabelle/wettbewerb/NLBV/saison_id/2019 FC Twente has no reserve team ingame (Jong Twente), this is wrong since they obviously have one and play in the reserves competition. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/beloften-vorrunde/tabelle/wettbewerb/NLBV/saison_id/2019 Fortuna Sittard reserves (Jong Fortuna) isn't included, thus they don't have any reserves and should be playing in the reserves competition https://www.transfermarkt.nl/beloften-vorrunde/tabelle/wettbewerb/NLBV/saison_id/2019 VVV-Venlo reserves (Jong VVV) isn't included, thus they don't have any reserves and should be playing in the reserves competition https://www.transfermarkt.nl/beloften-vorrunde/tabelle/wettbewerb/NLBV/saison_id/2019 TOP Oss has no reserves. Jong de Graafschap isn't playing any regular reserve games ingame. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/beloften-vorrunde/tabelle/wettbewerb/NLBV/saison_id/2019 Jong Den Bosch isn't playing any regular reserve games ingame. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/beloften-vorrunde/tabelle/wettbewerb/NLBV/saison_id/2019 MVV Maastricht has no reserves (Jong MVV)/ SC Telstar has no reserves (Jong Telstar). TOP Oss has no reserves (Jong TOP Oss). Name changes: N.E.C./FC Oss -> Should be Jong N.E.C. https://www.nec-nijmegen.nl/teams/jong-n.e.c..htm Heracles Almelo Reserves -> Should be Jong Heracles Excelsior Reserves -> Should be Jong Excelsior NAC Breda Reserves -> Should be Jong NAC Breda SC Cambuur Reserves -> Should be Jong Cambuur SC Heerenveen Reserves -> Should be Jong Heerenveen FC Dordrecht Reserves -> Should be Jong Dordrecht FC Eindhoven Reserves -> Should be Jong Eindhoven Go Ahead Reserves -> Should be Jong Go Ahead Helmond Reserves -> Should be Jong Helmond Sport, although much like MVV and Telstar they aren't in the two reserve competitions mentioned before in real life. RKC Reserves -> Should be Jong RKC Willem II Reserves -> Should be Jong Willem II
  8. Kelvin Leerdam (Seattle Sounders) declared to play for Suriname. https://www.fcupdate.nl/voetbalnieuws/359211/leerdam-volgt-hasselbaink-en-gaat-voor-suriname-uitkomen/
  9. In general I think the game could use some improvements concerning dual nationality. If, for example, you play a "third world" country such as Suriname and you ask players with a double nationality (doesn't really matter which level) they always reject. And there is really no way to convince them otherwise, it seems a little unrealistic if you put real life into perspective. It looks like they solely base their choice in the FM world on reputation differences. Obviously the reputation of the Netherlands is sky high compared to Suriname. Of course players do consider reputation in real life, but I don't believe players consider reputation as much as it is currently reflected. Especially not when they are starting to age and are not even considered a talent anymore. Recently many Dutch players with Suriname roots (and eligible to play for Suriname) decided to play for them. Players such as Chery, Jozefzoon, Hasselbaink, Donk all players who would flat-out refuse in normal circumstances in the FM world. In this case they are all aged 28+. Now, I am not suggesting that they should always accept -- especially if they are very talented and young, thus still waiting for a chance for an A-nation (England, Spain, Netherlands etc. level compared to others much lower in the ranking). I just think the system could use improvements, because in real life players don't generally base their choice on reputation only. Hakim Ziyech decided for Marocco even though the Netherlands have a better reputation and potential. The players I mentioned before chose for Suriname because of family ties and feelings from the heart (at an age where they know a Netherlands call-up is practically impossible). All these scenarios are currently impossible to achieve ingame. In my eyes, players who start to reach the end 20's should have a considerable higher chance to accept a call-up from a second nationality, because if at that point they haven't been called up by their main nation, it seems more reasonable they would go after their second nationality. Ziyech is a notable exception to the rule, who was young when he chose for Morocco. With his own reasoning. Someone with his reputation would always choose the Netherlands in the FM world.
  10. Missing player data: Warner Hahn (SC Heerenveen) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/warner-hahn/profil/spieler/111180 Warner Hahn also declared he is open to play for Suriname. https://nos.nl/liveblog/2311800-topdrie-loopt-verder-uit-ook-hahn-staat-open-voor-surinaams-avontuur.html Sean Klaiber (FC Utrecht) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/sean-klaiber/profil/spieler/268113 Roland Alberg (Roda JC) has declared for Suriname. Quote: "Het zou een heel grote eer zijn als ik voor Suriname zou kunnen gaan voetballen. Ik heb een heel sterke band met Suriname. Mijn hele familie komt daar vandaan en om het jaar ga ik ook naar Suriname toe. Ik hoop dat ik snel de kans krijg om aan te sluiten bij de 'Natio", aldus Alberg. https://www.fcupdate.nl/voetbalnieuws/359290/klaiber-verkiest-oranje-nog-boven-surinaamse-kans/ Crysencio Summerville (ADO den Haag) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/crysencio-summerville/profil/spieler/474701 Owen Wijndal (AZ) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/owen-wijndal/profil/spieler/339328 Luciano Slagveer (FC Emmen) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/luciano-slagveer/profil/spieler/187298 Kenneth Paal (PEC Zwolle) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/kenneth-paal/profil/spieler/247596 Steven Bergwijn (PSV) is missing Suriname as second nationality.https://www.transfermarkt.nl/steven-bergwijn/profil/spieler/284165 Darren Maatsen (RKC) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/steven-bergwijn/profil/spieler/284165 Delvechio Blackson (Almere City) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/delvechio-blackson/profil/spieler/320825 Nathan Tjoe-A-On (Excelsior Rotterdam) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/excelsior-rotterdam/startseite/verein/798 Kyle Ebecilio (Exelsior Rotterdam) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/kyle-ebecilio/profil/spieler/152642 Joël Zwarts (Excelsior Rotterdam) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/joel-zwarts/profil/spieler/457940 Kenzo Goudmijn (Jong AZ) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/kenzo-goudmijn/profil/spieler/412943 Glynor Plet (Telstar) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/glynor-plet/profil/spieler/80073 Danzell Gravenberch (TOP Oss) is missing brother relationship with Ryan Gravenberch (Ajax), and vice versa. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/danzell-gravenberch/profil/spieler/186282 Kenny Teijsse (AFC) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/kenny-teijsse/profil/spieler/199380 Yordi Teijsse (AFC) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/kenny-teijsse/profil/spieler/199380 Kenny & Yordi Teijsse (AFC) are missing brother relationship with eachother. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/kenny-teijsse/profil/spieler/199380 Joël Donald (Koninklijke HFC) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/joel-donald/profil/spieler/228003 Berry Powel (GVVV Veenendaal) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/berry-powel/profil/spieler/21398 Jairo Schet (Rijnsburgse Boys) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/jairo-schet/profil/spieler/410750 Gregory Viereck (SV TEC) is missing Suriname as second nationality. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/gregory-viereck/profil/spieler/198684
  11. Tjaronn Chery declared to play for Suriname national team. https://www.telegraaf.nl/sport/647365043/ook-donk-chery-donald-en-biseswar-bij-suriname
  12. Diego Biseswar (PAOK) declared to play for Suriname national team last month. This after Suriname finally allows players to have a double "sport" passport technically. Previously they disallowed Dutch players with Suriname roots to play for Suriname. Not anymore. https://www.telegraaf.nl/sport/647365043/ook-donk-chery-donald-en-biseswar-bij-suriname
  13. Ryan Donk (Galatasaray) declared to play for Suriname national team last month. This after Suriname finally allows players to have a double "sport" passport technically, previously they disallowed Dutch players with Suriname roots to play for Suriname. Not anymore, and Donk always had his heart with Suriname according to himself. https://www.telegraaf.nl/sport/647365043/ook-donk-chery-donald-en-biseswar-bij-suriname Mitchell Donald (Malatyaspor) also declared to play for Suriname.
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