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  1. I'm in the same situation with woman, work and 3 kids. First thing you need to do is negotiate with the woman, so that you are both happy with amount of "own time" designated throughout a week. She goes to spa, you play FM. She goes for wine-night with girlfriends, you play FM. And so forth. Do the dishes or wash the floor, then "I'm going to play some FM" later that day will be acceptable too. Or maybe do one of those opaque"romantic" things. I try that from time to time, but it only results in more kids(so less FM). Whenever you watch football on TV, try to play FM at the same time for that maximum football experience. Should give you 2 hours gametime pr. game on TV. Either a laptop in the sofa near the telly, or a dualscreen stationary PC. For the actual game: Delegate as much as you can to your staff. Makes hiring correct staff even more important and immersive. Set the game to auto-continue to save downtime on clicking continue. Check what the optimized amount of leagues and nations is for your PC. Don't include too much.
  2. I'll try here too : Anyone know if there are new leagues and nations for FM2020? Or if there is an overview over which leagues and nations are "new-ish" aka added to the games last few editions?
  3. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tonton_Zola_Moukoko Tonton is a manager mate.
  4. There is an available team in the lowest playable Danish league, Tårup/Fårup or something. They are amateur in a semi-pro league. Try to survive that. I didn't :P
  5. I've been playing since '93, "A lot of them" would be the correct answer, I won't pretend to have seen it all. But to make sure I haven't been there before, a new league/nation addition to Fm2020 would guarantee that Would really like if they added a new country to Africa, as there is only South Africa playable.
  6. I'll follow this thread too for inspiration to what I should do for FM2020. Since some posts are leaning towards Scandinavian leagues here, I would like to suggest the "Nordic Pentagon" that I just did on Fm19 : win the league and main domestic cup in Iceland, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark. That was also the order I did it in, which is a good progression if you start unemployed with no badges and sunday league background.
  7. Are there any leagues or nations that are "new" in FM2020? I really need something different to get started this year, having done all sorts of journeyman and pentagrinds previously.
  8. Iceland is very nice if you want to progress through time fast. It's also a good place for all your "organised and physical" tactics, if that's your thing.
  9. I had this same question for FM17 : https://community.sigames.com/topic/396873-new-stadium-for-a-second-time/?tab=comments#comment-10947393 TLDR : It's 25 years minimum.
  10. Thank you for your kind advice. I always appricate that I get competent answers when I ask on these forums. However, I really only need advice on how to get this movement : If at all possible, of course. I want asymetrical wide play in a symetrical narrow formation. I've been playing since '93 so I always try to make "something else" these days. Suggestions for other kinds of asymetrical movement is also nice, if you have it.
  11. Those three TI's go well togheter. Compress the space, press the players and attack while transition happens higher up the pitch. LoE is standard though, to keep some midfielders guarding lanes instead. It's succesful enough, but I don't get the forward movement from the left sided players I described - that's were I need input.
  12. Sorry, Advance playmaker AP(S) it should be then,
  13. The idea is to have different attacking movements happening on each side. Which obviously isn't working since I'm posting here. Current setup: Right side : I want the WB(S) to stay wide and provide triangle-options and crosses. I want the FP(S) to stay centrally and seek space to recieve the ball in and dictate play from. I want the PF(S) to come slighly deeper to provide passing options and pull defenders out of position. No problems on this side, it's working as planned. Left side: I want the IWB(S) to move into the midfield strata in front of the A(D) and to the left of the FP(S) I do not want him to cross or stay wide. I want the MEZ(S) to move widest of the left sided players, to cross or play angled throughballs to the forwards. I do not want him to move forward centrally I want the PF(A) to stay in the channel between the fullback and the central defender on the opposing team. I do not want him to go wide left or move towards midfield. I'm having problems on this side. I can get the IWB(S) to stop crossing, he cuts inside and passes instead. But I cannot get the MEZ wide and forward enough, and the PF(A) moves to the side and in front of the MEZ instead of staying in the channel. Looking at the average positions and passing triangles after matches, I find that the variation between left and right much smaller than I intended. Thoughts I've had: Is the IWB not working due to lack of wide player in midfield strata and/or underlap-instruction not set? Is the Mezzala the wrong role for the intended movement? Should I try the CAR? Is the PF(A) the correct Forward role for this idea? When I set PF(S) I find he drops too deep. Should I use a Poacher instead? Any suggestions to get the style I want on the left side?
  14. If you have the CM(A) on the right, a W(S) on the right along with your FB(A) you have a shape that leans towards the right side of the pitch. Have you tried focusing play down that flank? It could present an overloaded zone for the defendig team, creating space especially for the CM(A) and the FB(A) to move into. Edit : Maybe with an overlapping on the right as well.
  15. You could go direct and distribute faster, to further your counter-game. So remove the distribute to defenders TI's. Maybe lower the D-line a bit to lure teams forward before you counter. Do you have fast players? Fast wingers perhaps? Go counter and focus on the wings if that is the case. If you don't have fast players, consider you are in Italy and go slow, short passing. Lay very deep. Waste time. Play for set-pieces.
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