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  1. This really helps alot: Let me know what you think. I have used it to organize my training schedule and it seems to make a lot of sense.
  2. Now I am learning about tactical analysis of my opponent. This game is so deep, so much to do. I wish they had a 3D engine like that even of Xbox 360 FIFA/PES caliber. To be able to see the player's actually do the skills that we obsess about about would make this game even more insanely addictive.
  3. Thanks good people. This is all helpful. By the way, should every member of the team have an individual training focus and skillset on which they are working? It seems like that makes sense to do.
  4. I don't know the answer to your question. In fact, I have been looking for female coaching staff to hire. On a related note, can you send any coach on courses at will? It seems I can only do it when someone says I should. I want to do it when I want to do so. Thanks.
  5. Greetings, How long does the impact of a training session last? So, for example, if I do a shadow attacking training, should I do it once a week, twice a month, etc? Would it be the same for general physical training? Also are there cumulative effects for the training? For example, do 2 of the exact same training during the week or in a 2 week span boost the effects? Thanks.
  6. Greetings, So I created a team from scratch using the database. I need almost a full roster though. Is it ok for me to sign players without scouting them to just fill out the team? My plan is to field a basic for my first season, then during the transfer windows later in the season I will bring new players on board that are good. Does that make sense? Also, I need new staff, should I do the same thing - sign some individuals even if they are not that good because we need some staff members since we are a new team? Building a new team from scratch is great and fun. Even
  7. @Uncle_Sam Thanks for this file. I will check it out. One question, does it work on the Mac?
  8. Thanks! Us Americans with our soccer ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ We are learning. I am hoping that America grows in Football. At any rate, this game is really fun.
  9. Thanks a lot good people. I am now figuring out how to do the whole transfer market thing and contracts. What I like about the game is how the team completely represents your vision of soccer. No more saying to myself, "If that were my team, I would do this and that". Now it is my team. LOL!
  10. Good questions. I did not try to offer a new contract before hand. I have a lot of players with contracts expiring at the end of the year. I guess I need to start offering the ones I want to keep a new contract. Thanks for the advice. I literally never thought about that...I am still learning the game. I have some pretty good players too and was wondering why so many contracts were expiring at the end of the year. I welcome any additional advice.
  11. I will buy it. I first started with FM18. Ironically, I didn't play FM18 much because I didn't understand it. Then I purchased FM19 and played it a little more because I understood it better. However, I still did not play it a lot. I purchased FM20 and play it a lot. There is still a lot that I am learning but the game is really very, very fun and engaging. Now I am hooked.
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