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  1. Many people were stuck indoors last year, that was probably the biggest correlation. People have their lives back now. PS. Release the beta, SI!
  2. I can't wait for FM22. I can't help but smile when I see the SI staff rejoice and take pride in their work. People are quick to complain without realising the amount of work that goes in to making the game. Roll on next month!
  3. One thing I have just noticed. I won a match 4-0 and praised my players. After the game I received a news item saying tempers flared in the dressing room and I wasn't happy. I happened to also single out my striker for extra praise, I wonder if this had an effect? Strange!
  4. Only managed 2 games so far on the new patch but no complaints from me. My 4-4-2 thankfully doesn't seem badly affected and managed a 3-1 win with Crewe against top of the league Crystal Palace No penalties in those 2 matches either
  5. The player will weigh up his options, including his current contract with you. I usually offer a new contract anyway if the player is in my long term plans.
  6. Choose a club and stick with them. 4-4-2. Never rotate. Hate the board. Sir Sean Dyche
  7. Release on a free - you pay the player's contract off to make him leave (usually the most expensive option) Mutual termination - You ask the player how much money he would require to end his contract. Depending on how much the player wants to leave, he may ask for a smaller amount than 'Release on a free'. Set for release - The player will leave for free at the end of his contract. If he has quite a while remaining on his contract, it might be worth offering him out to clubs for a reduced fee or even for free, to hopefully drum up some interest
  8. And this is where our conversation ends when ridiculous claims like this are made. Have a good day
  9. And yet he is now playing for Bayern rather than Stoke.
  10. Again, players and staff don't always know it's just a bruise or just a niggle until they have been able to assess the injury in the coming hours or days. Especially in the last few years, clubs and players tend to err on the side of caution. A bruised shin can cause severe pain when walked on. Maybe if Andy Johnson had been looked after more carefully, he would have had a better career and earned more money. As it is, he's actually now an electrician. Clever players don't care about appearing to be macho for the sake of their team mates at the risk of their career and earnings. Like it or not, it's true.
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