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  1. Please provide information whether you are using other editor data files and the nations and leagues you have selected.
  2. They're not failed changes, otherwise they wouldn't show up in the editor. The problem is on the user's end.
  3. Léo Silva is at Kashima Antlers and Rafael Silva is at Urawa Red Diamonds in the latest release.
  4. Contents The file has been updated to the start of the 2017 season. There are over 425,000 changes in total. Every first team player and staff member in J1 & J2 League has been included. All personnel have been set with attributes, positions, shirt numbers, personal details and playing histories. Most of the staff members and some players in J3 have been included with the above details set. Club logos for teams in J1, J2, J3 and JFL. (by Dax) Real attendance and season ticket figures for teams in J1 through JFL. Real media outlets and major player agents have been added. (by Dax) More than 1000 U18 players, high school players, university players and youth staff have been added with accurate personal details, positions and ratings. Some youth players also have select attributes set based on their strengths and weaknesses. (by Dax) Realistic league structure up to JFL with realistic prize money and rules. A standard U18 system has been included due to the impossibility of replicating the real one without bugs. Realistic finances have been implemented using financial records provided by clubs. Numbers have been scaled as accurately as possible to how FM calculates expenses. (by Dax) Upcoming Facepack with over 1000 cut-outs League structure down to the regional leagues Real youth competition structure if feasible More cup competitions and friendly tournaments One-to-one representation of the Emperor's Cup qualification Thanks to Dax for his work with youth players and clubs as well as details that add to the immersion. Thanks to Shimera for helping with Ehime FC and club kits. DOWNLOAD
  5. [Germany] (Official) Data Issues

    Sebastian Mannström (8504248) needs to have his Swedish second nationality removed. He only has a Finnish passport and has no connections to Sweden.
  6. [Finland] (Official) Data Issues

    Mostagh Yaghoubi (33031207) name has a typo, it should be Moshtagh instead. Atom Tanaka (788523) should have his first name as Atomu, Atom is just his nickname.
  7. There will be a version for 17.3.0 with everything up to date.
  8. Opinions on Julian Weigl

    Thank you, the research deadline has already passed and we are preparing for the new season to start properly. I should also remind you that Weigl's PA would put him in the top 12 of current German players which seems like he's got quite the potential in-game.
  9. Opinions on Julian Weigl

    I'm fairly sure that the person who researched Weigl has seen him play much more than you or me combined. The issue here is you're ignoring how the attributes function fundamentally in the match engine. Out of all the players in Weigl's age group that are in the same CA bracket (+/- 15), his mental attributes are the best by a clear margin. He is factually the best young holding midfielder in the game and that isn't changed by the fact that someone else has their passing attribute one or two higher. That's the big picture here.
  10. Opinions on Julian Weigl

    It's not my responsibility to provide facts to your opinions and you're obviously not being receptive to this conversation since you keep bringing up a single attribute without considering the big picture. Not to mention that comparing players across the database based on a single attribute is pointless as each player is researched individually. This is the third time I have to mention that passing is not a standalone attribute. Januzaj is not and will not be a better passer in the game just because his passing is a massive two points higher than Weigl's because the latter has a huge advantage in mental attributes. And do you really think a 20 CA player from Wales is a better passer in the game than Weigl? His attributes are downscaled by the game so he won't end up with a 16 in passing in any case.
  11. Opinions on Julian Weigl

    Opinions should be backed up by facts if you want them to be taken seriously.
  12. Opinions on Julian Weigl

    Like I've said twice now, passing is not the only attribute that determines how good a player is distributing the ball. Getting hung up on a single attribute is missing the point, a more pertinent question would be if Weigl performs differently in the game from real life. And the virtual version seems to play very much like the real one, along with being one of the best players in the game for the holding midfielder role. It's a much better way to approach research by being bold in representing each player's strengths and weaknesses and making them unique instead of giving out 16s for passing to every midfielder that's good on the ball because a 14 would "look out of place" when in fact it's an excellent value. Ronaldo was around 40 CA points better than Rooney last year.
  13. Opinions on Julian Weigl

    Why should his passing come up if he does not play difficult passes? An attribute of 14 in passing is an excellent value for how he plays and allows him to even be accurate over longer distances. Retaining possession is more to do with mental attributes like Kox explained in the post I linked, and Weigl is among the highest rated players in the database for composure, decisions and teamwork.
  14. Opinions on Julian Weigl

    Yes, and his ability in the game allows for him to become a starter for the German national team. Weigl is a limited player who plays a specialized role in Tuchel's system. He isn't a creative player nor does he make particularly impressive passes, but stands out because of his intelligence on the pitch and this is represented in the game with his exceptional mental attributes. This post by the German co-HR outlines Weigl's profile well.