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Blue Lou

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  1. That's correct. 1. If a player plays in a competitive youth fixture before obtaining eligibility for another nation,he can't play for that other nation. 2. England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales also use the following criteria: A Player who, under the terms of art. 5, is eligible to represent more than one Association on account of his nationality, may play in an international match for one of these Associations only if, in addition to having the relevant nationality, he fulfils at least one of the following conditions: a) He was born on the territory of the relevant Association; b) His biological mother or biological father was born on the territory of the relevant Association; c) One of his biological grandparents was born on the territory of the relevant Association; d) He has engaged in a minimum of five years education under the age of 18 within the territory of the relevant association. It's referred to as the 'Home nations agreement'
  2. I'm working with the default 19.3.0 database (whch I had a hand in modifying so it's slightly cheating ) . Problem: I can't select 'sub-divisions' in the editor using the basic rules for Cape Verdean Competition. There are 11 child competitions with teams assigned in the database but they are not appearing available to select. I don't know if this is because I've set something up wrong in FM database or if it's an issue with the editor so I think it's best to bring it up here. To reproduce: Navigate to Rules > Add Nation Rules Nation: Other Nations > Cape Verde (Create new competitions and rules) Select any dates, press next. Click on Divisions on left hand side, choose 'Add' Select, 'Contains Sub-Divisions' and press 'Next - Select Competition' Choose "Cape Verdean Competition (13211668)" On the next page, I'm unable to select a 'sub-division' Edit: Nevermind, it turns out it's something I had done. I hadn't set the competition 'type' for the sub-divisions.
  3. You can clear the squad anytime by going to the national team, click on the ✅ next to a player's name (or space on the row after it). Press Ctrl+A, right click on choose National team >Remove from [Nation] squad.
  4. Look at the stadiums in the pre-game editor, There is a 'nearby stadium' option, those stadiums can not host a match at the same time.
  5. Mayotte belongs with the French research team.
  6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_ipdjZRc_E This seems like the right place to share this.
  7. I've brought the issue to the attention of one of the QA guys.
  8. It is possible but it has slightly changed in FM2019. (Ignore the Mexican logos, they're my own doing )
  9. Copy this and paste it into your web browser's address bar. Press enter or return.
  10. Check your c:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Football Manager 2019\data\database\db\1910 for a .lnc file containing the text. That long name was in a real names addon (SortItOutSi). It's not from the database.
  11. Navigate to Test Competitions > Settings Add the following to 'Divisions to simulate down to' European U19 Championship (level 1) European U19 Championship Qualifying (level 1) Press 'Create New Test' button The level of one of the competitions has changed to 0 European U19 Championship (level 1) European U19 Championship Qualifying (level 0)
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