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  1. It depends, at that age they will need quite regular playtime (a few starts here and there and lots of sub appearances), so give him playtime and put him in your first team for better training. If his personality is poor then tutoring and game-time. Also make sure to upgrade coaches and facilities. If he's not good enough for your team, then tutoring with regular sub appearances (use reserve fixtures to keep him match fit) or loan him out.
  2. Spain, Recreativo de Huelva - oldest club in Spain http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recreativo_de_Huelva Italy, Bologna - should be great for youngsters, starts with great facilities http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bologna_F.C._1909 Italy, Catania - same reasons as Bologna http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calcio_Catania
  3. Have you tried just simply dropping your d-line? I will drop the d-line if I notice quick players getting in behind my defence a lot or if the other team are dominating me in my half at any time of the match. If you feel you are strong defensively, then you could try to push-up more and keep them in their own half if feeling confident Also don't make too many changes to your defence from match to match too much (player rotation) and look out for complacent players during the match, the players you bring on as subs may also go complacent straight away too.
  4. Yeah early season is worst for this type of thing, especially for midfielders and players who are going to dribble with the ball a lot. The injuries should reduce once players are at high match fitness.
  5. You should have a rest day after matches. You will be ok to use players at 89% condition and up. If your team has lots of players who play International fixtures and your team has lots of mid-week fixtures, you should look into giving you're squad an extra rest day here and there.
  6. The second most oldest club in London - Leyton Orient http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leyton_Orient_F.C.
  7. I found in this years FM, as Lazio in Serie A, International football, after the Olympics, especially for the South Americans, really knackers them out, so they might need 2 weeks holiday and definitely lots of rotation.
  8. Do you have lots of loaned in players? Possibly something similar here? http://community.sigames.com/showthread.php/422196-All-Players-star-ratings-half-star
  9. Yeah this, but it's a great place to develop youth. As Inter in FM 2013 I was getting 2 or 3 Italian world class regens virtually every season.
  10. Thanks, I found this for future reference: http://s251.photobucket.com/user/duccio_fm/media/carlos_bauza.png.html Click the magnifying glass in the top left, then right click and "save picture as". There's quite a few pictures there.
  11. How did you get a regen face on your profile?
  12. Use CCleaner. https://www.piriform.com/CCLEANER
  13. Are you in pre-season or May 8/10? Did you choose the start date for England when setting up the game?
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