Jump to content
Sports Interactive Community

Jo_Myers

Members
  • Content count

    33
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Jo_Myers

  • Rank
    Amateur

Favourite Team

  • Favourite Team
    Arsenal
  1. no worries. in terms of the longer challenge, if anyone wants to know, in my first season at Real Madrid, a Samoan regen by the name of Greg Myers came through the ranks, and he is not even my son (im not one of his favoured personnel)!!!! Unbelievable.
  2. https://rapidshare.com/files/3624506540/World_Super_League_Version_2.xml Here it is again magvest, thanks a lot, really hope this works, have fun!
  3. ill try to fix that magvest. thanks a lot. the european comps should be easy, but i am not sure about the internationals. maybe if i set all the fixtures to low priority? I'll see.
  4. The FM11 Looking For Thread

    jonny evans (on loan from Utd. possibly?)
  5. No, but if their left/right wing players have the opposite weaker foot (ie LM player is right-footed and vice versa), or they are good at finishing, then show them outside (LW player on to left foot) If the forwards are fast, and short, then they are likely to be rubbish at heading/jumping (with the exception of Hernandez-esque players), so you can show the wingers down the wing so that they can cross to their hearts' content while your centre backs clear the ball. If the forwards are tall and fast, they are likely to be headers of the ball, so show the wingers inside so that your CBs can intercept any through ball to the strikers If the forwards are tall AND fast, or they have one fast and one tall striker, then its different. I've changed my view on this a bit. If you have faith that your CBs can win any header with their tall striker(s), then show the wingers outside. If you feel, however, that they are more equipped to deal with the fast strikers, then show both wingers inside. However, still hard tackle the wingers to discourage them as they are often the strikers' main supply lines. N.B. (again) if the wingers are fast (which they usually are), then NEVER tight mark them (they can too easily turn past the full back and leave them choking on dust, so your Preferred Foot OI is completely useless
  6. *UNOFFICIAL* Basic Guide to the Editor

    You have to make sure that there are NO TEAMS IN THE PARENT COMPETITION Put all the teams that you want in each SUB-DIVISION.
  7. The FM11 Looking For Thread

    Playmaker: Mario Götze (Dortmund) Great Creativity, Dribbling, Technique, First Touch Marek Hamsik (Napoli) Great Passing, Shooting, Technique, Creativity, Influence Sotiris Ninis (Panathanaikos) Like Hamsik, without the shooting ability Kevin (Zaragoza) average to start, but 15 passing stat at 18yo, and improves rapidly DM: Manuele Blasi (Napoli) Great Mental Stats and Tackling Arnaud Souquet (LOSC Lille) Great Future Prospect
  8. THERES MORE!!!!!! Semi Final 4 teams 2 matches 2 legs Extra Time, Penalties, Away Goals 2 teams qualify for Final Final 2 teams 1 match 1 leg Played at MMM Arena 1 team wins World Super Lower League Cup If you win the whole competition 4/5 games played £1.9375 Prize Money (if you win every game) £1.9375 (appearance money) Super/Charity Cups/Shields/Season Openers World Super Charity Cup Teams Winners of World Super League and World Super Cup £4 million winners money £4 million appearance money World Super Charity League Cup Teams Winners of World Super League Cup/U] and World Super Lower League Cup £2 million winners money £2 million appearance money Reserves/Youth Teams Reserves/U18s entered into regional divisions The Challenges (If you want one) Short(er) Challenge Start by managing a team in World Super League 4 In 4 seasons, try to win all the competitions If you win all possible competitions each season, then you have won 4 Leagues, 8 Cups and 8 Super Cups Posts: Your Managers History Screen 20 Competition Wins: 20 points 19 Competition Wins: 18 points 18 Competition Wins: 16 points, etc --> 10 Competition Wins: 0 points (harsh, I know) The Long Challenge Start with any team you want Win the Double (World Super League and World Super Cup) with a team consisting of ONLY American Samoans (P.S. I don't know how well this is going to work. So far I have had no luck with any local regens) Posts: Squad Screen, Attributes of Best Players THE LINK https://rapidshare.com/files/775486343/World_Super_League_Version_2.xml PLEASE SAY THIS WORKS!!!!!!!!!! Hope You Enjoy It! MiniManMyers
  9. Definitely not original, I know, but I thought that I would try my hand at creating a 2011 World Super League Database The Scenario Mysterious wealthy businessman, known only to the world as MiniManMyers, or MMM has just won the American Samoan May 2010 General Election and has decided to reshape this tiny island nation. Starting with the economy, FIFA ranked its Economic Factor at 7 in 2009, but in 2010, it is at 20. He has also aided its development, as American Samoa is now a Developed State. His love for football has infected the nation, and, seemingly the other big footballing nations. He has used large sums of prize money to attract 70 of the most reputable clubs in the world to come and play in American Samoa. To attract these clubs to Pago Pago, the capital of American Samoa, he has built exact replicas of the clubs' stadia in the city, so fans can visit 70 stadia, such as the Camp Nou, Santiago Bernabeu and Old Trafford. As part of the citizens repayment to MMM, they have built the new national and cup final stadium - MMM Arena, a 200,000 all-seater. MMM has also managed to convince the 70 clubs to set up their youth academies here in the hope of developing some bright new American Samoan talent. MMM has also agreed that no work permits are needed to play football in Pago Pago. MMM has set up 4 tiers, with 7 divisions, along with 3 cup competitions and 2 super cups. To allow people to understand the new football set up in American Samoa, he created this long, LONG, LONG dossier (download link at the bottom) Season Dates 1/8/2010 -- 31/5/2011 Season Update Day: 20th June Transfer Windows 1/6/2010 -- 31/8/2010 Standard Window 1/1/2011 -- 31/1/2011 Domestic Transfers Only Work Permits NONE NEEDED Divisions World Super League World Super League A 10 teams 2 rounds of matches League Splits after 2nd round, 1 more round played Prize Money: £50 million -- £45 million Barcelona Man. Utd Inter A.C. Milan Arsenal Juventus Porto Sevilla Roma Sao Paulo World Super League B 10 teams 2 rounds of matches League Splits after 2nd round, 1 more round played Prize Money: £50 million -- £45 million Real Madrid Chelsea Bayern Munich Liverpool Atletico Madrid Olympique Lyonnais Valencia Benfica Boca River Plate World Super League Top 2 teams from both divisions enter championship playoff league (Prize Money: £10 million) Bottom team from both divisions are immediately relegated to World Super League 2 Teams in 8th and 9th in both divisions enter relegation playoff cup, 2 relegated to World Super League 2 World Super League 2 World Super League 2A 10 teams 2 rounds of matches Prize Money: £45 million -- £40 million Corinthias Olympique Marseille Estudiantes (LP) Man. City Velez CSKA Moscow Werder Bremen Santos Rubin Fenerbahce World Super League 2B 10 teams 2 rounds of matches Prize Money: £45 million -- £40 million Sporting CP Internacional Shakhtar Fluminense Zenit Fiorentina Girondins Bordeaux Dynamo Kyiv Galatasaray Besiktas World Super League 2 Top teams from both divisions are immediately promoted to World Super League Teams in 2nd and 3rd in both divisions enter promotion playoff league, 2 promoted to World Super League Bottom teams from both divisions are immediately relegated to World Super League 3 Teams in 8th and 9th in both divisions enter relegation playoff cup, 2 relegated to World Super League 3 World Super League 3 World Super League 3A 10 teams 2 rounds of matches Prize Money: £40 million -- £35 million Villareal America (MEX) Flamengo Sampdoria Cruzeiro Spartak Moscow Cruz Azul Ajax Genoa Mallorca World Super League 3B 10 teams 2 rounds of matches Prize Money: £40 million -- £35 million Chivas Schalke Tottenham HSV Palermo Paris Saint-Germain Leverkusen Lanus Napoli World Super League 3 Top teams from both divisions are immediately promoted to World Super League 2 Teams in 2nd and 3rd in both divisions enter promotion playoff league, 2 promoted to World Super League 2 Bottom teams from both divisions are immediately relegated to World Super League 4 Teams in 8th and 9th in both divisions enter relegation playoff cup, 2 relegated to World Super League 4 World Super League 4 10 teams 2 rounds of matches Prize Money: £35 million -- £30 million Stuttgart Palmeiras Gremio Lazio AS Monaco San Lorenzo Rangers Everton Aston Villa Malaga Teams in 1st and 2nd are immediately promoted to World Super League 3 Teams in 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th enter promotion playoff league, 2 promoted to World Super League 3 Awards Each Division has 11 awards: Top Scorer Team of the Season Manager of the Season Competition Club Managers each vote for their Manager of the Season Goal of the Season Goalkeeper/Defender/Midfielder/Forward of the Season Player of the Season Young Player of the Season Young Team of the Season Cup Competitions Main Cup World Super Cup All 70 teams enter All 70 teams enter into First Phase Group Stage First Phase Group Stage 70 teams 14 groups, of 5 teams each, (Seeded by Division Reputation) 2 rounds of matches in each group 28 (top 2 teams per group) qualify for the Second Phase Group Stage Second Phase Group Stage 28 teams 4 groups, of 7 teams each (Seeded by Division Reputation) 2 rounds of matches in each group 16 (top 2 teams per group) qualify for the Third Round Third Round 16 teams 8 matches 2 legs Extra Time, Penalties, Away Goals 8 teams qualify for Quarter Final Quarter Final 8 teams 4 matches 2 legs Extra Time, Penalties, Away Goals 4 teams qualify for Semi Final Semi Final 4 teams 2 matches 2 legs Extra Time, Penalties, Away Goals 2 teams qualify for Final Final 2 teams 1 match 1 leg Extra Time, Penalties Played at MMM Arena 1 team wins the World Super Cup If you win the whole competition 21 games played (10 home, 10 away, 1 neutral) £10 million (by winning every game) £7.5 million (appearance money) Other Cups World Super League Cup 40 teams enter (World Super League A/B//2A/2B) 16 teams enter First Qualifying Round First Qualifying Round 16 teams 8 matches 1 leg 1 replay 8 teams qualify for First Round First Round 8 teams from previous round 24 teams enter from this round 32 teams in total 16 matches 1 leg 1 replay 16 teams qualify for Second Round Second Round 16 teams 8 matches 1 leg 1 replay 8 teams qualify for Quarter Final Quarter Final 8 teams 4 matches 1 leg 0 replays 4 teams qualify for Semi Final Semi Final 4 teams 2 matches 2 legs Extra Time, Penalties, Away Goals 2 teams qualify for Final Final 2 teams 1 match 1 leg Played at MMM Arena 1 team wins the World Super League Cup If you win the whole competition 6/7 games played £3.9375 million (if you win every game) £3.9375 million (appearance money) World Super Lower League Cup 30 teams enter (World Super League 3A/3B/4) 28 enter First Round First Round 28 teams 14 matches 1 leg 1 replay 14 teams qualify for Second Round Second Round 14 teams from previous round 2 teams enter from this round 16 teams in total 8 matches 1 leg 1 replay 8 teams qualify for Quarter Final Quarter Final 8 teams 4 matches 1 leg 0 replays 4 teams qualify for Semi Final Semi Final
  10. *UNOFFICIAL* Basic Guide to the Editor

    Got it, for anyone wondering the same as me (see above) You have to create an empty competition (ie WL2 for WL2A and WL2B) Then add this, choosing "competition and sub-divisions" Add the desired sub-divisions
  11. *UNOFFICIAL* Basic Guide to the Editor

    How can I make parallel divisions? My intended League Structure is: World Super League World League 2A World League 2B World League 3A World League 3B World League 4A World League 4B Any help? Thanks a lot
  12. Unknown Hacker's World Super League 2011

    How do you create parallel leagues at the same level?
  13. Yeah... if the inside forwards have rubbish crossing and/or good finishing, show them onto the wing (i.e. LW inside forward onto left foot) If their crossings good and/or finishing is rubbish, show them inside (i.e. LW inside forward onto right foot). However, if they have good passing vision, etc. and the striker has good pace, the through balls may cause you havoc, so be careful!
  14. Beating the Big Teams

    Naa thanks everyone.. think i found a sickk tactic. thanks anyway... ill try to find the link for the tactic...
  15. For closing down, you want relatively low (<15) Technique and Dribbling otherwise they just run around you. And try to close down players who have a good long shot. Tight mark anyone you want, but definitely their best players. Tackle hard their best players who you cant close down (high dribbling + technique) and the least brave players Tackle easy their worst players (i.e. rubbish passing, etc. to let them do what they do best - nothing) Show everyone apart from wingers onto weaker foot. Wingers: you need to look at the forwards: Fast, short forwards, Wingers go outside Tall, slow forwards, Wingers go inside Tall, fast forwards, Wingers go inside (but close them down and maybe a bit of hard tackling) N.B. if the wingers are inside forwards (look at preferred foot) then show them outside.
×