Suggy33

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  1. It's true, Azmoun would be a starting forward for pretty much every RPL side except for maybe Krasnodar cause of Smolov. Poloz cannot be understated either though, he's been incredible for Rostov over the past 12-15 months.
  2. Thanks guys, working now.
  3. How can I get these to actually work? I've modified them for all of the RPL to reflect real life, but none of the teams use the tactic they should do at the start of the game. This is how it looks in the editor: This is what they (FC Rostov) use in game: Is this gonna be down to the managerial preferences?
  4. Have been playing as Arsenal before the main game comes out. Season 1, I won the league. In the first window, I signed Ander Capa (£6m) from Eibar, while selling Debuchy (£2m). In January, I sold Jenkinson (£13m) and bought Axel Witsel (£8m) and Quincy Promes (£25m). Also stocked up the youth team, and arranged for Leon Bailey to join for £12m, but can't get a WP. Had some shocking injury crisis' which resulted in Akpom playing 8/9 league games, and even Mavididi getting a couple of starts too. Season 2, I signed Jonny from Celta Vigo (£22m) and Inaki Williams from Atheltic Bilbao (£13m), selling Cazorla (£7m), Wilshere (£13m), Capa (£6m), Campbell (£14m), and released Mertesacker. Come December, we really started struggling and went 7 without a win, so I've splashed out on Hysaj from Napoli (£27m) and Alcacer from Barcelona (£40m), while ditching Giroud, Walcott, Monreal and Chambers on loan. Jeff is going great guns. Popped up with 4 goals in 11 apps in season 1 (all competitions), so I've played him 26 times so far in all competitions by January in season 2. Other notable youth players who are developing and keeping their high potiential: Dragomir Reiss Nelson Bielik Malen
  5. On a Zenit topic: Ivan Novoseltsev joined them for €10m from Rostov, but in his history it is set to just £96k, which is embarrassingly wrong. He also transfers away from Zenit in every save after 1 year. I said it last year, but transfers between the Russian clubs need to be looked at. They shouldn't happen so often between the big sides, and the values should be MUCH higher. Novoseltsev leaves Zenit in every save for £1-2m, 5-10x the value he is worth in real life. Even a player like Taras Burlak, when he joined Rubin Kazan, that was for around €4m. This is a mid tier 23 year old centre back. The Russian nationality should have a much larger impact on value when it comes to young/talented Russian players moving in the league. Someone like Nikolay Zaitsev from Amkar, is having an impressive part in his career, or Andrey Semenov from Terek, a Russian international. If these players were to move in real life, it would be at least €4m, but in FM you'd probably be able to sign them for less than €2m.
  6. I posted this in the Russia topic, but I guess it should go here too. FC Ufa have an affiliation with Manchester City as part of the Zinchenko transfer. There are no details published about the specifics of the link, but Ufa did confirm it on their official website. http://www.fcufa.pro/allarticle/lenta/61-klub/3279-zinchenko-stal-igrokom-manchester-siti General Director Shamil Gazizov did do an interview where he discussed it, saying that friendlies, scouting knowledge and sharing training facilities were all options. http://www.fcufa.pro/allarticle/lenta/58-news-komanda/3287-shamil-gazizov-vozmozhno-provedenie-tovarishcheskogo-matcha-mezhdu-ufoj-i-manchester-siti
  7. Ufa have an affiliation with Manchester City but this is not in the game? There are no details published about the specifics of the link, but Ufa did confirm it on their official website. http://www.fcufa.pro/allarticle/lenta/61-klub/3279-zinchenko-stal-igrokom-manchester-siti General Director Shamil Gazizov did do an interview where he discussed it, saying that friendlies, scouting knowledge and sharing training facilities were all options. http://www.fcufa.pro/allarticle/lenta/58-news-komanda/3287-shamil-gazizov-vozmozhno-provedenie-tovarishcheskogo-matcha-mezhdu-ufoj-i-manchester-siti
  8. The Orenburg website is pretty rubbish though, it's still http://fcgazovik.ru/, and then it's rarely updated. However I think this is down to licensing. Gazovik were funded by Gazprom - hence the name, but so are Zenit. When they were promoted, they had to change their name to Orenburg, which why also Orenburg-M is changed, as even the reserve players are registered in the RPL. As Gazovik-2 is more of an affiliate than a genuine part of the club, I would guess they are not affected by this ruling. I will reserve judgement and detail on the players until I have seen the CA/PAs, but just based on scout reports and some attributes there are a couple I think are underrated. Tigiev (Anzhi) Arapov (Ural) Shavaev (Amkar) Djikia (Amkar) Krotov (Ufa) Zaytsev (Amkar) Stotskiy (Ufa) Selikhov (Amkar) This is all based on last season, NOT this season so far. If I was doing that, I'd also have included Gasanov and Musalov from Anzhi.
  9. Maxim Kanunnikov has a £2.6m buy back clause to Zenit, but Rubin purchased him from Amkar Perm, so I'm not sure that this clause really exists?
  10. I quite liked Sydorchuk in that terrible Ukraine team. Zinchenko is a guy I've watched for the past year and he showed his class when he started vs Poland. Be interesting to see where he ends up this summer.
  11. worst game by a mile so far.
  12. Literally the exact same starting XI and subs used by Russia (although they replaced different players).
  13. Smolnikov definitely caught out for first, and then he and Ignashevich both sold by the cut inside. 2nd was just poor marking/closing in general. Cracking finish though. Sigurdsson could learn a thing or two from that.
  14. rip Russia. Not watching but heard that Smolnikov and the CB's at fault for both goals?
  15. That's normal for ****skiy to rock. He also pulls his trousers up a lot.