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  1. letissierandhenryaregreat

    [Germany] (Official) Data Issues

    Only just seen this. Here's a more credible article proving Leon Bailey is not eligible for England or Belgium: http://www.goal.com/en/news/bailey-prepared-to-wait-for-germany-leverkusen-stars-agent/wddmpzlbsrwj1chcr6f1c2rv9 The journalist who wrote it investigated his eligibility.
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    [Belgium] (Official) Data Issues

    Read this also: https://www.90min.com/posts/5981342-jamaican-fan-shatters-english-dreams-by-revealing-why-leon-bailey-can-t-represent-three-lions
  3. letissierandhenryaregreat

    [Germany] (Official) Data Issues

    That is completely untrue. He claims to be eligible for Malta based on "merit", but it is common knowledge that you have to live in a country for 5 years in order to be eligible to play for them. Further to that, Craig Butler is Leon Bailey's step-father, so any ancestral links he has does NOT apply to Leon Bailey. It has been very well documented in the Jamaican media what Craig Butler is doing to try and force the JFF's hand and this is one of his ploys. Leon Bailey is only eligible for Jamaica, the country which he has already represented at Under-23 level. Read this: https://www.90min.com/posts/5981342-jamaican-fan-shatters-english-dreams-by-revealing-why-leon-bailey-can-t-represent-three-lions
  4. letissierandhenryaregreat

    [Germany] (Official) Data Issues

    Hi, Contrary to popular belief, which is due to the British tabloids, Bayer Leverkusen's Leon Bailey is NOT eligible for England nor Belgium. His step father Craig Butler simply claimed he is eligible in order to pressure the JFF into bowing to his demands. http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/why-leon-bailey-wont-be-englands-surprise-star-at-the-world/1gppbz4gkgoul1aecw1m9qy6hm
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    [Belgium] (Official) Data Issues

    Hi, Contrary to popular belief, which is due to the British tabloids, Leon Bailey is NOT eligible for England nor Belgium. His step father Craig Butler simply claimed he is eligible in order to pressure the JFF into bowing to his demands. http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/why-leon-bailey-wont-be-englands-surprise-star-at-the-world/1gppbz4gkgoul1aecw1m9qy6hm
  6. letissierandhenryaregreat

    [North America] (Official) Data Issues

    Hi, Contrary to popular belief, which is due to the British tabloids, Leon Bailey is NOT eligible for England nor Belgium. His step father Craig Butler simply claimed he is eligible in order to pressure the JFF into bowing to his demands. http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/why-leon-bailey-wont-be-englands-surprise-star-at-the-world/1gppbz4gkgoul1aecw1m9qy6hm
  7. letissierandhenryaregreat

    Deciding on a new laptop to buy

    Apologies for starting a new thread. If I remember correctly there is a thread talking about laptops and buying recommendations, but I just have a quick and simple question and there's a lot of cluster on there. Should I buy the Acer Swift 3 (https://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/acer-swift-3-sf314-52-14-laptop-silver-10174122-pdt.html) or the Apple Macbook Air? Due to PC World's laptop exchange offer, I can get the Acer Swift 3 for £722.99 or the Apple Macbook Air for £649.99. I'm inclined to go for the Acer due to the better processor and display quality, but the Macbook Air's battery length and portability are both big draws. I spend a lot of time on my laptop and mostly just use it for browsing the web, streaming and playing Football Manager, but I also tend to store lots of photos and videos on it to free up storage space on my phone. In addition to Football Manager, I often use both Spotify and Fruity Loops on my current laptop also. However, I do need something lightweight because I travel a lot. Taking into consideration my needs, the respective features and prices, which would be a better buy? (Perhaps I'm better off waiting until May or June time when the rumoured new, cheaper Macbook Air is allegedly going to be announced) Thanks in advance!
  8. letissierandhenryaregreat

    Club Captains and Team Captains

    I think it would be good to be able to have separate club captains and team captains in the game, as this is something that is becoming increasingly popular in the footballing world. The club captain is often a well-liked figure in the squad who has been at the club for many years (and may not be playing many first team games anymore), with his purpose being to maintain squad harmony and provide a way of communicating certain things between the squad and the backroom staff, whereas the team captain fulfils their role on the pitch commanding, motivating and instructing their teammates during games as a captain typically would.
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    Need advice on holiday destinations

    Thank you so much for all the feedback! Milan is definitely out of consideration now and after reading your responses, I did some further research and found myself really liking Vienna. Unfortunately it would probably cost over £100 for a return ticket there, so it may be out of my price range. I've spent the day trying to work out other ways to get there, but nothing suitable seemed to come up. Flying to Brno or Bratislava before getting a train/bus to Vienna looked most promising, but I need a Friday evening outbound flight... Most of the Central and Eastern European countries seem to be pricey - I am looking to spend under £60 for return flights, but Berlin is another suggestion that looks like somewhere me and my friends would enjoy visiting as there is a lot for young people to do and it isn't too expensive. The only possible problem with Berlin is accommodation. What would anyone who's been there recommend on that front? I would quite like to use airbnb for accommodation on this trip, but I've heard that may not be possible in Berlin or that it is more expensive there. Is that true? If so, can anyone recommend good and affordable hostels or hotels to stay at there? In terms of other options...I've been to both Prague and Amsterdam in recent years, so I'll probably wait before going to either of those cities again. What does everyone think of Lisbon, Poland or any locations in Scandinavia?
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    Need advice on holiday destinations

    Hi all, this is a bit of a random request, but I'm planning to visit a European city for my 18th birthday with friends. I'm hoping to fly out on Friday evening, return on Sunday night and stay in an airbnb while there. I'd want to go to a city that's vibrant and has a good nightlife, but also sights and landmarks to see that would interest young people. We're thinking of going to a football match on Saturday too. The main places I'm considering are Milan, Brussels and Lisbon, but am open to any other suggestions. Thoughts? Many thanks in advance
  11. letissierandhenryaregreat

    [FM16] More than Malé: a Youth-Only challenge in the Maldives

    Really enjoyed reading this so far! Keep up the good work. Good choice of country too
  12. letissierandhenryaregreat

    Need help choosing a new phone

    My current phone is broken, so I'm currently looking for a new smartphone to replace it. I'm looking for a sim free mobile phone because I have a really good sim only deal with virgin at the moment. The things I'm mainly looking for in a new phone are: good battery life (or a removable battery at least), a good camera (preferably 12MP or more & is good in the dark), lots of storage (or at least space for an SD card to increase the storage) and a relatively big screen. A few phones that I reckon meet those requirements are LG G5, Samsung Galaxy S7, Nexus 6P and XiaoMi Mi5, but I don't know which out of them to choose. The XiaoMi Mi5 seems tempting because of it's cheap price, but my only worry about that phone is that it may be difficult getting it repaired in the UK if it breaks. Which of those phones does everyone think is best for my needs? Or could you recommend any other suitable phones? Many thanks in advance!
  13. letissierandhenryaregreat

    [FM2016] Scotland - Full (Real Life) Pyramid System

    Brilliant news! Can't wait to play this. Really want to start a long-term save with either Edinburgh City or Fort William, but I'm waiting until the final version of this is released.
  14. When will the above features be introduced? I've had the game since the Early Access was first released, but haven't played it in a long while because I've been waiting for these 2 features.
  15. letissierandhenryaregreat

    Scouts and Physios Bonuses

    I think it's a bit silly how scouts and physios can be offered bonuses related to the team's performance because surely that's irrelevant to to them?7 In my opinion scouts should be offered bonuses relevant to their role, such as a bonus if the manager decides to sign one of their recommendations or a bonus if one of their recommendation is sold by the manager for a healthy profit. Physios, on the other hand, could be offered bonuses if a certain percentage of the team stays injury-free for the duration of the season or if they help a certain amount of players recover from injury sooner than expected, for example.
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