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  1. Try playing in Kazakhstan...7 figures, sometimes 8 in grants a season. It's mad
  2. March 25, 2016 The transfer window is in the books, and FK Panevezys are heading into their first game of the season. We did some work to increase our numbers defensively as we had barely anyone playing in centre and left, raiding Pakruojis a little bit and picking up a few guys on amateur deals. Strockis and Eiza are the key pickups here. Rolling with a basic 442, we're looking to take advantage of our deep midfielder core, as well as utilising our star striker core. Tamulevicius and Ribokas are primed to be our key players this first half of the season. The biggest concern is obviously keeping them under contract, and I believe that will be the biggest hurdle regardless whether we get promoted or not. As usual, next update will be at the end of first transfer window.
  3. 4 star hotel in Savitiskis While most boys in Lithuania wanted to grow up to become basketball players, our hood was all about football. With two incredible stadiums (maintained by some guy) nearby, all we did during our days was play football all day. Eventually you start hitting the puberty, you start thinking about what you want to do after graduating from gymnasium (this is where you go when you outgrow the gopnik), becoming a professional footballer maybe? Jk word professional footballer has never existed in Lithuanian language anyways. Fast forward a few years and after a few meetings over gopnik kebabs (not a joke) you become a manager of a your hometown club. We did it boys. Club with a rich history (jk, it's a continuation of one of most successful post independence clubs FK Ekranas). Our squad is actually pretty decent, even though it's more suitable for 1900s football, but I think we can get some kids to play some ball for us in defence. With legends such as Savenas, Luksys and 19 year old Kiwi in Lithuania Kilkolly we have a chance to do well in the 1st (2nd) Division. With 3 teams being A Lyga teams' reserve sides, it's essentially a 13 team league with 2 getting promoted. First game of the season is almost 3 months away, so prior to that there will be a transfer update. If you look closely, you can see a stadium in the background
  4. I have a save in 2028 where Puskas Akademia (Hungary) got taken over by a tycoon and they're 8 points off safety with 7 games to go, so a little challenge built in as well. Hungarian football is at modern day high, with champions going straight to the CL groups, so you have a challenge to overcome Ferencvaros and my SVSE to an extent. If anyone's interested I'll upload it.
  5. I haven't had this problem in my Soproni VSE save. Over 11 years I've gotten from average (I think) to Established
  6. Yes, I am a musician, difference scene, but still applies. Since when unofficial, unlicensed DLCs are not scummy, better yet, since when DLCs are not scummy and greedy?
  7. Honestly wasn't me. I just was incredibly disappointed in scummy and greedy ways he was STILL going
  8. What friend? And my message was very tame compared to his
  9. Just wanted to call out Debski for being a complete scum. I called him out on his group for being greedy and scummy, unlike Evgeny (Genie Scout). This is what he wrote to me Told him he's embarassing the community, and he responded as I expected
  10. The preseason is over, and we will be starting our season by travelling to Kaunas and we will be facing a fallen Lithuanian giant FBK Kaunas. As you can see from the fixture list, we haven't had too many great results, including a loss in 1st Round of LFF Taure. It was a busy deadline day, with us signing none less than 10 players. Most of them are just backups and younger talent, although it's expected to see Laurynas Kielaitis and Arnas Mikaitis playing plenty of games throughout the season. As it is a fairly boring time of the year, I'll keep it short and sweet, I'll see you at the end of next transfer window.
  11. After rough 2015, optimism in Lithuanian football has risen after great, albeit heartbreaking performances in 2018 World Cup Qualifiers, even without the star player Lukas Spalvis. More and more youngsters move abroad to hone their skills at foreign academies, top flight clubs starting to afford legionnaires, maybe the rise of Lithuanian football is happening right in front of us... The star of last year's shortlived installment has risen from the ashes and decided to make a move to our main tourist destination - Palanga. A fairly recently founded club, back in 2010, Palanga doesn't have the biggest squad, but there still are some decent players, such as Dovydas Navikas, or Hearts and Bnei Yahuda alumni Kestutis Ivaskevicius. Our midfield as a whole is very, very strong, and to 'compensate' for that we have one defender, with no real options in the market. We will get back to you once the squad for first half of the season has been finalised.
  12. This is very late, but technically, yes. Most of the squad was inherited, although as of now it is still a 'new' club, FK Panevezys board said they're trying to officially become a phoenix club, just like FK Zalgiris did. Started as a new club, acquired rights to become a continuation of old one.
  13. Hungarian leagues are messed up. A rework is needed, as league system was revamped by SI in FM16.
  14. Austria is one of my favorites places to manage. High reputation, tough top division, just fun
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