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  1. The fix has been applied but I haven't released the final update yet.
  2. Impressive. Could you add me on Steam for ease of communication? My account name is *****.
  3. Yes, and it also requires me uploading the fixed file which will happen in a couple of days as I'm creating the missing high school/university recruits.
  4. This is probably due to quite a few of the youth players having been created as duplicates. There was a related issue after one of the patches last year where some youngsters appeared as English because the duplication apparently didn't work properly and their nation field wasn't registered by the game during player generation. England seems to be the default nation if the field is empty and I suspect there are lingering players created as duplicates in the file that the game erroneously considers English, which in turn ends up "polluting" the newgen name pool with Japanese names. I've reset every created Japanese player's nationality hopefully fixing this issue.
  5. Small fix released that adds Ben Halloran to V-Varen Nagasaki and removes some duplicates.
  6. To clear any confusion about how promotion and relegation between J3 and JFL works, there's currently no relegation from J3 in real life and teams in JFL gain "promotion" through satisfying various financial and sporting criteria. As this can't be represented in-game, J3 expands by one team every season until 22 teams after which promotion and relegation between the leagues opens up normally.
  7. It's unfortunate. I've had load times anywhere betweeen 25 and 45 minutes.
  8. I had the slow loading time issue first after importing the file from FM17 to FM18, then it disappeared and I'm not sure if it was because of something I did. The problem returned when the game was patched a few months ago. I've tried sanitizing the file by manually removing old, failed changes without any effect. Computer performance seemingly does not affect it as my setup is upper mid-range and interestingly enough the game itself runs just fine after the initial ordeal. At this point I'm not exactly sure on how to go about fixing it, but it should be possible at the very least.
  9. I apologize for the delay as I was swamped with coursework and had to struggle with a crashing issue that took over a week to finally figure out the cause. In any case, the files are here. I did a test run of five years without problems, although the slow initial load time is still present so you might have to wait a while before the game starts. Some of the high school and university signings are missing since they haven't debuted in official games or have played less than 90 minutes but I'll be adding them in the next update. Most of the managers in J1 and J2 are now filled with detailed tactical profiles to represent the way their field their teams in real life. Download
  10. I have to recreate the players that moved to Japan between patches as they have been deleted. Will take one more day.
  11. I've been busy with other things recently but the file will be released in the next week.
  12. After the 18.3.0 update has been released.
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    [Asia] (Official) Data Issues

    Sekiguchi's dispatch as the Northern Mariana Islands national team head coach and technical chairperson ended in February 2017. He's currently the academy deputy director at Shonan Bellmare. The current head coach is Michiteru Mita.
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    [Finland] (Official) Data Issues

    Because of a rule which prohibits two teams under the same club playing on the national level, FC Jazz 2 were refounded as a separate club and took on the old name Porin Pallo-Toverit after their promotion to Kakkonen in 2016. They ended up relegating and disbanded before the next season started due to a lack of players. Mikkelin Pallo-Kissat and Mikkelin Kissat co-existed in the 80s before the former went bankrupt. Last season MiKi received special permission from their regional FA to use MiPK as the club's abbreviation for what would have been MiPK's 70th year of existence, the club itself is still Mikkelin Kissat. The practise has seemingly continued this season and as such is represented correctly in the database.
  15. The temporary fix has been stated a couple of posts above.