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MBarbaric

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  1. that sounds like a major bug or a misunderstanding of sorts.
  2. i think it doesn't work if the game isn't part of some nvidia programme. although, i don't remember FM ever being associated with nvidia in anyway so i might be wrong... i'll take that useless citizen badge and be gone now...
  3. i'd pretty much sign for that. in the other news, I still didn't get any reply. I've contacted these guys who have whole history mapped https://www.exyufudbal.in.rs/ unfortunately, they still didn't respond (you might send another mail to this address: admin@exyufudbal.in.rs ) they are only covering the top division. however, they are from serbia and probably do have someone who still remembers lower leagues.
  4. as per Wiki: the city was called Pucarevo between 1980 and 1992 when it changed back to Novi Travnik. the club was Bratstvo till 1994 when they changed the name to Novi Travnik. @Reiver the first logo, I assume, is from '92-'94 period while the second one would probably be more in line with 1988 timeline. When formed in 1949, it was named Metalac (metalworker) and that second logo seems to retain some kind of metalworker symbolism. at least to me. i found this flag (I assume one of those teams exchange before a match) from 1980 and it is the same as one you have. https://olx.ba/artikal/50915655/sd-bratstvo-pucarevo-zastavica/
  5. I just learned that the Bosniak city Novi Travnik used to be called Pucarevo in 1988. The Football Club Novi Travnik was called NK Bratstvo. a very minor and unimportant thing but still.
  6. is the new update helpful? I see only these Misc*. [Pre-Game Editor] - Fixed an issue with nation short name resets when trying to change it [Pre-Game Editor] - Fixed an issue with extinct clubs cannot be added as playable
  7. just to reiterate on this... all the instructions have positives and negatives and there are no right or wrong answers here. it comes down to how you want to play, what players you have, what they are good/bad at and who is on the opposite end. that being said, I didn't mean wide midfielders as a role but as a position. currently, i use Ws and WPs. it just ensures they are more inclined to track deep when on support. Step-out is fine if you want to reduce time and space for the opposition, it usually works well with a higher d line and generally more aggressive defensive approach. on the downside, they need to be fast with a gk with good 1v1 as this strategy is prone to balls into space. regarding trap inside - it is better when you have more central midfielders than the opposition and the backline/gk that isn't good with dealing with crosses into the box. otherwise, it is usually better to protect the centre and allow the opponent to dominate the flanks.
  8. i play 442 and don't see the problem with leaking goals while still being the top of the league scoring. that being said, there could be an infinite number of reasons. however, i'd suggest you try (if you didn't already) the following: - balanced mentality - very narrow shape (the narrower the better) - no high press, normal line of engagement, normal depth - force play wide/allow crosses, protect the middle - don't step out (defensive line) - one D duty in CM, the other can be either attack or support - both wide midfielders on support, full backs can both use attack duty
  9. I have a few questions: is there a way to change the colour of the attributes? also, previously, if you went to AssMan profile, reports, you could choose to see his assessment of the squad morale. you could also see this information during the pre-match? is there a way to get more stats on the left side of the match screen? Thanks!
  10. indeed, i buy the game every two or three years but I still play fm16. Bought this one, and it was really worth the wait.
  11. if you conceded only in 22 matches from 50 played, i'd guess you are among the top teams in the league (if not the best), very high up the table and playing a very offensive style of football. all this could make your players complacent leading to stupid goals and unusual patterns you are experiencing.
  12. It's funny how this stadium looks precisely like the current Genoa stadium (well, in broad strokes). it makes me think maybe the game built the new stadium in the same place the old one was standing.
  13. I still play fm16 so not sure if it applies. you can criticise a player for mistakes in the post-match team talk. In addition, you can also criticise a player after the match either for the last game, form or training. the ME also recognizes the mistakes which you can see in real-time in the player performance window where it will say "A mistake led to a goal". Penalties conceded and red cards are also considered as mistakes. you can be very specific in the player conversation where you can criticise a player for poor passing, finishing, or lack of chances created either in terms of a specific game or more general in terms of a period over the last five matches.
  14. some of them lose the trait as they get older. same for inconsistency.
  15. If I remember correctly, MLS (or whatever it was called) used this rule in the 90s. it wasn't inspired by Yugoslavia obviously, but by a similar practice employed in ice hockey matches.
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