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  1. There's a forum section for things like this, good player guide or some such! I have to say though, I don't have similar experiences because I always stick to one save per FM, I like the long term game.
  2. Maybe SI are going to be the trend setters for the kids of today? Anyway I suppose it's not too ridiculous, I mean look at Grealish's hairstyle IRL, some really do have some crazy hairstyles.
  3. Well, I also went up a couple of leagues too - higher prices would be expected. Anyhow, you say I forget about some changes to LLM, well, I suppose that's what the question of my entire subject was - what has changed? I also fail to understand why change things such, because taking 40 years to get to 14,000 attendance on my FM2013 save (despite a few champions league wins and always in contention) is not exactly a rapid rise. Anyway, what has changed to alter LLM?
  4. But.. it *has* improved, the league itself has gone from 0.5 stars to 3.5 stars, that alone should be converting into more than 400 attendance from the top team. That's the thing really, I mean in old versions, FM2012 and 2013, I found that when I raised the reputation of the club and the league, attendances rose not just linearly, but quicker than that. To take the english league example, when they go up loagues it would be very likely that a club could go from 100 attendance up to 10,000 a game just by reaching the premier league in consecutive seasons. So I'm led to believe something has
  5. I tend to skip an iteration a lot of the time. Like I got FM2011, I got FM2012, but i ended up going back to 2011 because my save was more fun and I didnt really like the changes much. So I skipped 2014 this time around, If it wasnt for the fact Newcastle are doing so bad IRL I'd skip 2016 too, but it is a draw to get 2016 just to see if I can do better with Newcastle! But I think if you are enjoying a save game a lot - why not just carry it on for a year and skip a version? It makes sense if you have limited time to play.
  6. Danske Bank Premier is up to 3.5 stars, and it is rated 38th in europe by reputation. Annagh are rated 32nd in europe by coefficient at present, which puts them four places beneath Roma, and ahead of Ajax. Linfield have got an average attendance of 3397 in the league, and Portadown (the other local club I understand) is at 1189 despite some poor performances. The Euro Cup win as long enough ago I would have thought that I would have seen raises in attendance in the subsequent season, but I have not. I was asked about the European attendances, they are a lot higher, in Europe the game makes m
  7. Hi. My FM2015 save has been Annagh Utd, a team that plays in the Northern Ireland leagues, I'm at 2023 and try as I might I cannot get the club to grow attendance-wise. We've won a lot of domestic trophies, and we've even won the euro cup once, yet despite the growth in stature I just cannot get those attendances up. We're stuck at a little under 400 people going to each game domestically, with no real signs of growth, no amount of success has seen sizeable increases in attendance. In every previous FM I have played, club size, and location size has never been more than a temporary barrier, i
  8. It's worth noting that if you want to take a league to the very top it may be required to manage more than one club in the league. The thing is, it requires more than just one team to do well in europe for a league to hit the very top. Sometimes by being successful with one team it raises the league enough and then they help themselves, but it is often easier if you boost a few teams, you do not necesserily have to manage them all at once, you could boost them serially.
  9. I dont know about vast majority buying it every year, perhaps vast majority of those you know, me personally, I have switched to buying every 2 years (and I haven't yet bought FM2015) simply because by the time a new release comes out I've not "finished" with my long term save from a previous iteration due to lack of time. I voted for every year on the poll, but I could perhaps envision a two-year cycle. Say the base game normally costs £30 from most stores, a 2-year edition would probably be hiked to £40 with a £10 DLC for the next years database update. Obviously sales and cdkey stores wou
  10. Naked, covered in caramel. Wait, you meant in-game preferences. In truth, I haven't gotten the latest edition yet, but I've always been keen on 3D full-fat edition. I also tend to go with "Key" on highlights, I like quick games and youth development.
  11. Seems I have it pretty low on one of my two managers, which surprises me a little, I definitely favour domestic players, I mean I have 12 Welsh players in my first team squad, and five english and a scot. I suppose in my vesion it doesnt take into account that some of mine came through my youth set-up. I don't know really. My other manager seems to be 100% with 13 Welsh players in the first team squad, but a far larger squad in general.
  12. I never actually looked at my player's faces until seeing this thread, and now I have worked out I have a vampire (which has just fed) and a vulcan on my playing staff (at first I thought elf, but no - vulcan I think).
  13. March 2040, not one single member of the England squad play abroad.
  14. Well, no England wins (or finals for that matter) in my Fm2013 save, up to and including the 2038 world cup.
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