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Hrafnsmerki

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5 "What we've got here is a failure to communicate"

About Hrafnsmerki

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    Linfield FC
  1. No, I decided to restart and got a job in Lisburn Distillery in N. Irleand A friend of mine, however, took up the challenge in Limerick when I told him about it. He made a team completely out of loan players (wages paid by the owner) and free transfers and managed to keep the budget positive that way. He finished mid-table the first season and won promotion in the following season. He's now Managing Galatasaray after a very successful 2 year spell at Dundee FC
  2. Is it it just me or is this region too big? I like assigning my scouts to regions to find future talent, but realising that the Central Europe region covers countries like Portugal, Spain, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Italy and many more it feels like it could do with a split up making it easier to specialise your club scouts. In Europe alone there's UK & Ireland, Scandinavia, Central Europe, East Europe and South Europe, but no West Europe which would otherwise help split up the central Europe region a bit. South Europe also seems a bit thin as it so far only seems to cover Gre
  3. You probably hear this every year, but I don't understand why you don't let club features spill over in national teams (including U23, U21 etc.), it can't be that much of extra work I assume. I'm currently in charge of Ghana U23, starting completely from scratch and there's no news interaction, no interviews, no "club" vision, no job interview and I can't even interact with my U23 national players. The ability to praise my players doesn't even seem to be an option either. I don't even have a contract, or the ability to hire staff, nor any way of assisting in the national development
  4. I was starting a journeyman challenge (DB: 20.4 update) and Limerick was the first club to offer a job interview and a job offer. Thing is they have no players and no staff but in the club vision they want me to sign players under 23 as well as become the best youth setup in Ireland by the end of 2020, much to ask for by a club with no funds. It made me, however, trigger my interest and started googling around only to realise that Limerick as a club more or less ceased to exist in january 2020. This is definitely a rare opportunity to literally start from scratch with a real club in FM. I'm ju
  5. How about this one; I'm playing in the Danske Bank Premiership of N. Ireland as Linfield FC, arguably the most successful club there and my wage budget is 15.000 p/w with a sponsorship deal of 26.000. Larne FC in comparison has a wage budget of 89.000 p/w and a sponsorship deal at 9 mill! Even if there was a board takeover by a sugar daddy it seems completely out of proportions in the top division of N. Ireland.
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