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  1. Cheers! Made some good transfers and decent start to season 1. Will update in a few days.
  2. I will have a look as that's some going winning it in 5 year with Split. Cheers for that I will be sure to check Serbia! My first 2 main signings for the first team are Antonio Marin on loan with a mandatory fee of 7.5m euros next season and Robert Brozenik from Zilina for 2m euros, 2 great looking attacking prospects.
  3. Inspired by @Piksi#10 save to make Eastern Europe great again and my love of all things Eastern Europe and also the champions league I thought combining the 2 and trying to bring the European cup back to Eastern Europe for only the 3rd time would make a great project. I was in Belgrade last summer and seeing the European cup there and the fact that a Serbian club could win it in 1991, I found that incredible. With Bucharest and Belgrade already having the trophy I ideally want to to add another city to that list. Having a look around the transfer market their seems to be loads of top young players from Croatia/Georgia/Serbia etc waiting to be discovered. Players who could be signed for peanuts and in the next few years be the next Milinkovic-Savic or Milan Skriniar and been worth close to 100m. I was fancying starting out as Dinamo Moscow but felt that would probably be starting out from too strong a position.So I think I will start out as Sparta Prague, a fantastic city and one of my favourites, they have some great young players coming through and after selling some older players I could have up to 15m euros to spend in the first season. I have England, France, Germany and Italy loaded to make it competitive as well the leagues in Croatia, Czech Republic Serbia, Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine and Russia. Ideally I will l give it a good go to win it with Prague but I will look out for any jobs that gives me the best chance to win it. Some aims to tick off for the save include • win the champions league with at least 1 but hopefully 2 clubs from Easten Europe • win the euros or World Cup with a Eastern European country • win the champions league with more than half the team of Eastern European nationalities • at some point have at least a third of the top 50 highest valued players in the game from Eastern Europe any other aims or feedback/thoughts/ tips always welcomed.
  4. I need a goalscorer to finish off my Dynamo Dresden team in the first season, got Adam Buksa lined up for 2m from Pogon, he looks great. Any experiences with him or any better out there?
  5. Great read! Well on the track to bringing that European cup east I reckon. I am Dynamo Dresden on my challenge building my rep before hopefully getting a bigger Job in the east
  6. Thanks for the replies. I started as Wisla Krakow but have lost 4 games out of 4so far. They are only predicted to come 8th so I was hoping to overachieve for a couple of years then get a better job. I want to build my reputation first at a couple of smaller clubs before moving on to a club capable of winning the champions league, which is probably only a handful realistically in Eastern Europe. I'm thinking CSKA Moscow, Spartak Moscow, Zenit St Petersburg, Shakhtar Donetsk and Dynamo Kiev are the five with the best chance, maybe Krasnodar could too. I might restart it tonight as partizan Belgrade. It will probably take 10-15 years I reckon to complete the mission, 6/7 years to get a top job then another 4-9 years to build a team capable of winning it. i guess my original question was which one would improve the reputation the most, winning a trophy at a team who was predicted to come 2nd or come 4th with a team who was supposed to come say 10th. Sounds like both would do the same job and it's all down to experience too
  7. Aye I seen that last night! Incredible! I'm just starting out now as Wisla Krakow, they have a ok squad and are only predicted to come 10th. So hopefully I can aim for around 6th first season then Europe the 2nd before moving on
  8. Cheers. Going to start out at a average team from Eastern Europe then hope to get a job that allows me to win the champions league. Guessing one of the Moscow clubs, St. Petersburg, Kiev are the best realistic chances to do it. Even then it would be incredibly hard
  9. So I am going to start a Eastern European journeyman save with the aim being to bring the European cup back east after a long absence. My question is what's the best way to increase your star reputation in order to progress to better jobs? Is it just a case of over performing at a club so if we were predicted to come 9th and we came 4th we would get a increase? Or do you have to win trophies? Thanks
  10. Great read and I fancy doing something similar tonight! Was thinking shakhtar soligrosk. If I won a title or 2 with them then what calibre of jobs in Eastern Europe could I move on to then? I was at red star Belgrades ground in the summer and seen the European cup there and thought its crazy a team from Serbia winning it in the 90s! Would love to try and do it again in the modern game.
  11. I fancy starting a Genk save. What's the highest calibre of player Genk could attract though? Say if after 5 years of building finances up and making the last 8 of the champions league. Would it be possible to get high reputation players to Belgium?
  12. PSV Eindhoven are a great option to start as. I can't believe how many great young players they have. I'm currently enjoying playing as them, trying to emulate klopps liverpool with the 4-3-3 gengenpress. Got the best attack and defensive record in the league using it but gegenpressing does feel a bit overpowered. Bergwijn and Bruma are fantastic wingers and Ihatarren is a genuine top wonderkid. Zoet in goal, Madem up front and Hendrix in midfield are Champoons league quality players too. I just sold Ihatarren to Newcastle for 52m in January 2020! That's something which has improved for me better bids for your players from other clubs. I was expecting a measly bid of around 8m when I seen they had bid and got a big shock when it was 45m, seen as he is 17 and barely played for me yet. I also sold Pablo Rosario and Denzel Dumfries's as well as Bergwijn to Juventus for 32m as he wanted to leave so I now have over 180m in the bank and an 80m transfer budget! But with so many good young players ready to step up and replace them for zero cost. It's an exciting club to be. Top in January 6 pts ahead of Ajax and play Barcelona in the CL last 16. The long term aim is to add to PSV's 1 European cup.
  13. Dribbling seems much more fluid and realistic for sure. I played my first match as PSV last night at Basel in a CL qualifier using gegenpress and won 0-6
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