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  1. I just picked up a refurbished desktop on eBay for £335 from a recycling company. Processor: Intel i7-3930K RAM: 32 GB Graphics: Nvidia Quadro 600 Drive: 750GB HDD My long term aim with this is to upgrade the graphics card and to get an SSD drive. Apparently, the graphics card is good enough to play games in 3D - although it's a dud in comparison to more modern cards. Any ideas as to how good this would be for FM? I'm currently using a laptop, with an i5 (3rd Gen), 6GB of RAM, Intel HD 4000 integrated graphics and a 250GB SSD, as my primary machine - it would b
  2. Something that I'm sure has been discussed in the past, but I feel that being able to play non-manager roles would be a way to add some depth to the game. At present the only role that you can be appointed to is first team manager. However, a lot of managers have had non-playing careers outside this role at various points, which have aided their development as a manager going forward. The main roles that I think should be considered for human players are reserve/youth manager, assistant manager, head of youth development, director of football, coach and scout: Reserve/Youth Man
  3. Reading, who I support, quite recently went to Old Trafford and had 60% of possession - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/46706809 Albeit not a full strength Man Utd side, but you wouldn't expect a side fighting Championship relegation to go to Man Utd and have that much of the ball. It does happen occasionally in real life, it just depends on the tactics that both teams employ. Interestingly, the time before that we had 55% of the ball - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/38474766
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