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IMT

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About IMT

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    Striker for Shipdham Reserves in the Crown Fire Central and South Norfolk Division 4:
    2011/12 - App 11 Goals 5
    2012/13 - App 19 (5) Goals 12
    2013/14 - App 15 (2) Goals 11

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    Football, Enjoy reading crime thrillers especially by Harlan Coben or James Patterson

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    Norwich City

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  1. I was 50/50 as been very happy with 19, then decided as 20 was available for free I'd just use that as my upgrade for this season, but with the announcement of it returning to Xbox for 21 then I'm definitely getting that version, especially as it will be cross platform capable with Windows.
  2. I only had 19, it created the pathway for FM 20 automatically when I installed via Epic.
  3. Exactly the same as before with Steam. documents>sportsinteractive>football manager 2020>editor data
  4. Thanks for this, I can confirm to those struggling you can still import graphics etc into the game, the same way as on Steam, and despite there being no pre game editor you can still use downloadable databases, as I have just successfully loaded up a save using prO's latest database update (released today).
  5. When I managed Atletico, it was pretty much chucking it down every week in Madrid
  6. I bought FM19 from Voidu, no issues at all
  7. Just a heads up, I bought this laptop this week, and it is running FM superbly, I have a large database with all the big leagues loaded with all feeder leagues. I bought it from Box, piece of advice, mine came pre-loaded with McAfee which throttled the hell out of it, but once I deleted that and installed the free Bullguard that came with it, then it's a great laptop for this price.
  8. I started my save on the Beta release night, am currently half way through my 2nd season. Just don't have the time to play quicker. Am about to sit down and play for a while, and is the first time in about 2 weeks I've had the chance.
  9. I pretty much use a 4-2-3-1 gegenpress, on attack (4-1-4-1 if playing another top 4 side away). I change the duties of my midfielders and wingers though depending on who I'm using there. My striker is always on pressing forward and this seems to suit Werner, although when Origi has to step in he does a job, I sold Sturridge as he was hopeless.
  10. Not getting people having problems getting strikers to score, I signed Timo Werner, I use him as a pressing forward and so far has 43 in 55 games in all competitions.
  11. I signed Timo Werner, he bangs them in for me in either a 4-1-4-1 or 4-2-3-1 gegenpress tactic
  12. I sold Mignolet at the end of the first season for £18.5million to Stoke, Alex McCarthy was transfer listed for £1.2million, so bought him as back up.
  13. Just finished my first season, no major outs and added Timo Werner in for £52 million, and using 2 main tactics of 4-1-4-1 and 4-2-3-1 both gegenpress on either attacking or balanced. I won the League Cup, Champions League and the Premier League by 14 points. So I would agree it seems over powered. Debating going for a tika-taka style next season.
  14. City were 2nd bottom at Xmas on mine when Guardiola got the sack, Klopp took over and they are 6th nearing the end of the season.
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