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  1. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by johno: could also try giving the affected player the "no pressure" instruction before the game. might help </div></BLOCKQUOTE> I prefer the "have faith in ability" one but either of these are good for a player not feeling totally up for it... I wouldn't let the "doesn't like big games" trait put me off a player, it's just an added man management challenge, but I don't think you can train it out of him...
  2. Noooo, not lazy - groggy. If I'd spent one more minute in my chair, I would've fallen out of it from overgrogularity. Anyway, it didn't last long. The program which converted the PSP's WiFi signal from joystick to mouse ran out after an hour, it was a trial version and I didn't know. But by then I felt better so I got back out of bed. Oh and getting real transfers mixed up with FM transfers is something I do all the time. For instance, one player was mentioned on Sky Sports News as playing for one team, and I said "No he doesn't!... Oh, wait..." </div></BLOCKQUOTE> LOL I did that too! I swore blind to my mate that Alan Smith moved to Middlesboro not Newcastle 'cos he'd gone there on FM... nearly cost be a tenner!
  3. I did that with Zarate (a personal fave. player for the last couple of versions) when Brum signed him. Now my Bluenose mate thinks i'm some sort of Uberscout! LOL
  4. Make sure you don't get excited or you may tweek your bum and wipe your tactics! LOL
  5. My captain is Leadly King and I sure don't want a Meat-ing with him! Not if the rumours from the changing rooms are true... It makes your eyes water just thinking about it...
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