Not sure if any of these have been suggested already but I imagine a few have elsewhere:
- I dont recall ever seeing a keeper mess up a clearance kick from a backpass but I think this happens often enough IRL to be included
- The ability to agree an early transfer for a player who signs a pre contract. IRL, if you sign a player on a pre contract in January to move in the summer, you can try to arrange him leaving/joining your club for a small fee at that time rather than waiting until the summer but we dont have that option yet.
- The ability to try and persuade a player that it is beneficial to go out on loan. I have quite a few youth players who arent ready for 1st team football at my level yet, but I would prefer them to go out on loan and play 1st team football in a lower league than sit in my under 19 team. But most of them refuse any loan offers and I have no option (that I can see) to speak to them and explain that. I appreciate that this happens sometimes IRL, but I think it happens too much in game and especially when there is no tool to try and change it
- Club form to be more dynamic when it comes to teams being favourites for matches. For example, I am currently playing as Inverness and am 3rd in the table after 14 games and am playing Rangers at home who are bottom of the table, yet the odds and team talk options still have Rangers listed as the overwhelming favourites which must be mainly based on the 'normal' expectations
Am sure I will think of some more as I go along but thought I would post those for now whilst I had them in mind