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  1. Welcome to Season 1 Episode 1 of my new FM19 story, The Head Coach. This is a LLM Journeyman story with a twist, as we work under a director of football with the players/staff we're given at every club on our road from non league to legendary status! Today, we look for our first new club of the series as an unemployed manager, before meeting a new club for the first time once we receive a job offer! Check it out below:- If you enjoyed this episode, LIKE the video & SUBSCRIBE to the channel for daily FM19 content. New episodes of FM19 The Head Coach on Monday, Wednesday & Saturday at 4.30pm, with new content from my other FM19 story, Part of the Furniture, on Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday. Thanks for watching!
  2. I am currently managing Harrogate Town in FM19 in the Vanarama National League. I have tried multiple tactics which includes my own 'Wings Of The Pheonix' tactic which had great results with Barcelona and even with Harrogate in Pre-Season but as soon as the season started, the team stopped scoring goals and the match went like there was no goal in the first half and then in the second half my team scores a goal and then either the opponents score a goal or my team doesn't score any more goal and it is never certain if my team will win the match or not. Now I know that it can happen in 2 to 3 matches but it has happened in each and every of the 16 games played so far irrespective of the opponent be it the worst team (York) or the best (Crewe). After this happened for a couple of matches, I decided to use a downloaded tactic by Total Football Fan (TFF) which was the 'TFF Conqueror' and still got the same results. I don't know if it some bug or is it my team. I must tell you that my team dominates every game as it takes 17 shots on avg. Per match and most of them being on target with my own tactic and even with the downloaded tactic however the strikers just don't seem to be hitting the shots towards goal or something. Any Hints or help will be appreciated. Thanks.
  3. Hello guys, this is my time writing about a save and didn't know if I wanted to post this one. But I have just started my fourth season, having alot of fun (and agony) with this save and wanted to share it. Ashton United were founded in 1878 in Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester as Hurst Football Club. The Robins play their home matches at Hurst Cross and have just been promoted from the Northern Premier League Premier Division to the National League North, which is the highest in the pyramid Ashton have ever been. As you can see Ashton have never won a single competition in their history, something we look to change, and have the worst facilities a club can have on the game. The next post will detail our first season and once I get caught up I will post updates every two months of game time. Thank you for reading and hope you enjoy!
  4. The FMInside Update has returned for the 2019 season! This time we have edited the 19.3 database of Football Manager 2019 and have made massive changes to the original database, making over 98.000 changes since the full release back in November and adding over 24.000 changes since the release of the 19.3 winterupdate. This is the 19.3 version of the FMI Update. FMI Update 2019 – 19.3 Version – Updated on 13/05 Future transfers: Luka Jovic > Eintracht Frankfurt Ji Dong-Won > Mainz 05 Giovani Lo Celso > Real Betis Kevin Mbabu > Wolfsburg Steven Davis & Jake > Rangers Niclas Füllkrug & Benjamin Goller > Werder Bremen Harold Moukoudi > Saint-Étienne Kik Pierie & Kjell Scherpen > Ajax Lukas Lerager > Genoa Andrea Petagna > SPAL Marvin Spielmann > Young Boys Vangelis Pavlidis > Willem II Ibrahima Seck > Zulte Waregem Milos Filipovic & Nikola Stankovic > Larisa Špiro Pericic > Maribor Transfers: Muhamed Keita > Strømsgodset Paul Verhaegh > Free Höskuldur Gunnlaugsson > Breiðablik (loan) Managerial changes: 1.FC Köln VfB Stuttgart Sparta Prague Palermo Yeni Malatyaspor Málaga and more! Extended Contracts Oblak Iago Aspas Ranocchia Zabaleta David Luiz Ulmer Campaña and more! Players leaving when contract expires Godin Herrera Lössl Welbeck Cahill Adam many more! General changes that are in ALL our updates: Promotion & relegation for leagues that have already finished the season Corrected League Names Corrected Awards and Trophy names Official Club names Changed and corrected Team Colors from clubs all over the world Added 30+ Wonderkids: including Xavi Simons (Barcelona) Updated captains & vice captains Added/Removed Club Icons, Legends & Favoured personnel Added 40+ missing players & personnel Removed non-existing clubs Added New clubs Added real life media outlets And much much more! DOWNLOAD LINKS Direct: https://fminside.net/download/10335/ Steam: https://fminside.net/download/10336/
  5. Welcome to the start of my new FM19 story, Part of the Furniture. In this one club challenge, I attempt to take Torquay United from the lowest playable division in non league to legendary status! In this episode, it's our first day at the club. Check it out below:- If you enjoyed this episode, LIKE the video & SUBSCRIBE to the channel for daily FM19 content. New episodes of FM19 Part of the Furniture, on Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday, with new content from my other FM19 story, The Head Coach on Monday, Wednesday & Saturday at 4.30pm. Thanks for watching!
  6. So the BETA is out, and I've been looking at this year's league structure, it's going to be a tough one but I'm looking at doing the database once again. Every database I have done has seen the Mid Sussex League be the lowest one, this year it's different as it only goes to Level 17 but I'll be looking at getting to 22 elsewhere in the Country!
  7. The Graham Taylor Career Journey Hello and welcome, as I try to emulate the managerial career and footballing philosophy of the former England Manager, Graham Taylor. Taylor at the age of twenty-eight, became the youngest manager ever to be appointed by a club in the Football League, when he took over Lincoln City halfway through the 72/73 season, saved them from relegation, whilst finishing a credible tenth in the old Fourth Division. The previous summer, at twenty-seven, he became the youngest man to become a qualified FA coach, after his own professional football career in the Fourth Division had been cut short prematurely by a hip injury. Graham Taylor had a very clear vision for how his teams should play. It should be a direct, fast paced style of play combined with the high pressing and counter pressing game, combined with lots of shots on the opposition's goal. His vision worked and by the 1975/76 season he had led Lincoln City to the title, setting records along the way for games won (32) and goals scored (111) in a single season. He spent the following season in the Third Division with Lincoln City, finishing 9th, before he got a call from Watford's chairman Elton John offering him to drop down a division and take over the club. After accepting the position, Taylor propelled Watford up the table with three promotions in four seasons and getting them to a F.A cup final at Wembley. He also went on to manage Aston Villa, leading them to second place in the 1st Division, before taking the England job, which ended in failure to qualify for the 94 World Cup in the U.S. So for this save I’ll start unemployed with a National A coaching badge, and a past playing experience of regional level professional footballer. After reading his self-penned autobiography, I also intend to use the high intensity tactics he used throughout his career, and see where it takes me. I also want to get a job in League Two, since this was the division where he started his managerial career. The aim of the save is to get my first team promoted and secured in League One within four seasons. Then try start all over again with a League Two side, achieving three promotions in four seasons with them, and if I can, getting them to a cup final along the way. Another aim is to be offered the England job. In the next post I'll update you on whatever League Two club is willing to hire an inexperienced 29 year old Taylor.
  8. Introduction: The sole purpose of this file is to expand the US/Canadian experience for Football Manager as close to real life as reasonably possible. And if I do say so myself, I believe this file is the most realistic USA expansion for any version of Football Manager. There are a lot of different ways to enjoy this DB file. Take over your local NPSL or USL2 club (like my Emerald Force SC). Start with at the youth level, including the MLS academy teams. Do a Caleb Porter and build a college powerhouse before taking on the professional game. You can even make like Marc Dos Santos and start in one of the Canadian leagues (including the new Canadian Premier League). Or, just start in MLS while the pyramid below helps develop players for your dynasty. Here are the specifics: UNITED STATES Major League Soccer: All default rules are still in place (salary cap, allocation money, contract types, All-Star Game, Drafts, etc). In 2019, as by default, FC Cincinnati joins the league (as is the case in real life). Expansion draft still occurs. The big addition here is the 2020 expansion where Beckham's Inter Miami franchise joins the league along with Nashville, as is happening in real life. Some liberty was taken with the Nashville franchise, as they have not announced their branding yet. I simply "promoted" Nashville SC from USL Championship. The teams join the league as normal, however the expansion draft for 2020 does not seem to take place. FM obviously realizes that expansion is happening because it shows on the calendar, however it never actually occurs as it does for the 2019 expansion. It's apparently a hard-coding issue. Also included is the recently announced changes to the playoffs, starting in 2019. Seven teams from each conference now qualify for a chance to win the MLS Cup, up from six. United Soccer League Championship: The league plays in 2018 with the same 33 teams from real life. In 2019, FC Cincinnati leaves the league to join MLS. Penn FC, Richmond Kickers, and Toronto FC II "relegate" to USL One. Austin Bold FC, Birmingham Legion FC, El Paso Locomotive, Hartford Athletic, Loudoun United FC, Memphis 901 FC, and New Mexico United all join the league for the 36 real life teams for 2019. In 2020, Chicago and Oakland join for 38. The 7 expansion clubs can be chose from USL League One at the beginning of the game. United Soccer League One: The league does not schedule any matches in 2018, however you can choose the clubs which do not play in other leagues at the beginning of the game (Chattanooga Red Wolves, Forward Madison, Greenville Triumph, Lansing Ignite, North Texas SC, Orlando City B, and the Rochester Rhinos) It also starts with the 7 expansion teams that join USL in 2019 so you can start with one of them and build the squad. League begins play in 2019. NPSL Pro: Does not schedule any matches for 2018 or 2019 and begins play in 2020. You can pick Cal United, Cal FC, or Oakland Roots in the beginning. In 2019, the NPSL Founders Cup generates with the 11 teams set to play in the NPSL Pro Division competing in the same format as it is set to in real life. National Independent Soccer Association - This league begins play in 2019. In real life the NISA will run on a Fall-Spring calendar, but this cannot be done in the FM editor when the rest of the nation runs on a Spring-Fall calendar. NCAA: All 209 teams and 24 conferences are included. Set up to mimic real life as much as FM will allow. 21 of 24 conferences have tournaments, with all 24 conference champions gaining automatic bids to the NCAA Championship Tournament. Players selected for the MLS Superdraft will come from the NCAA. US Soccer Development Academy: This is where newgens are generated in USA in FM. Activating the division means that the youngsters will get meaningful matches. This league matches real life as much as possible, but in reality the league runs on a fall-spring schedule and FM doesn't allow one division in a nation to run fall-spring if the rest of the leagues run spring-fall. United Soccer League Two: Setup to reflect real life for all 2018-2019 changes. FC Tucson and South Georgia Tormenta play in USL2 in 2018 before joining USL1 in 2019. National Premier Soccer League: Also setup to function in 2018-19 as in real life. Chattanooga FC, Detroit City, Miami FC, Miami United, Milwaukee Torrent, New York Cosmos, FC Arizona, and ASC San Diego all play in NPSL in 2018 before moving to NPSL Pro in 2019. CANADA: Canadian Premier League: Now that I know all of the rules, I have been able to recreate the CPL as it will function in real life. The league plays a 10-match Spring Season, a 18-match Fall (Autumn) Season, with the winner of each plays for the overall championship. If one team wins both the Spring and the Fall, the team with the second best record overall plays in the two-legged league championship. My file will record the winners of each half of the season, and the overall champion. I have also gotten the squad rules as close as I could to the real life rules (23 players, 7 foreign player maximum, and at least three U21 domestic players in the squad). Second Division: League1 Ontario and the PLSQ are recreated as close as possible to real life, including league cups. Third Division: Pacific Coast Soccer League, Canadian Soccer League, and the CSL Second Division. Canadian Championship: Is set to function as in real life. The six teams that participated in the tournament in 2018, with the CPL teams joining the other six real life teams in the 2019 edition. Starting in 2020 the L1O and PLSQ champions join the 7 CPL teams, the Ottawa Fury, and the 3 Canadian teams from MLS in the correct format. ADDITIONAL FILES FOR THE CONCACAF CLUB COMPETITIONS: Apparently modifying MLS in the editor causes the default CONCACAF Champions League to go haywire, so I rebuilt it. It functions better with the CONCACAF League and CFU Club Championship competitions which I also rebuilt. If you do not include these files with my USA-Canada expansion, the Champions League will not select the proper teams. For the Concacaf League and the Concacaf Champions League to function properly, you will need to drop the Mexico and Costa Rica leagues files into the "editor files" folder. These competitions have been modified to ensure that the correct clubs qualify for continental play. GRAPHICS FILE: Also included is a graphics file which contains logos for all American and Canadian teams. It also includes kits for all US teams and the CPL teams. Screenshots: KNOWN ISSUES: -For whatever reason, the expansion draft does not happen for the 2020 or 2021 expansions. As best as I can tell, this is a hard-coding issue pertaining to MLS expansion. The expansion draft does still occur for FC Cincinnati. -Some NPSL and USL2 clubs won't fill their squads. Some teams will always have only gray players. I've tried different things, but for now there seems to be no way around this. My guess as to why this is the case would be because in FM, clubs in the USA do not develop new players. All new domestic American players come through the Academy system whereas clubs in other countries' have a yearly youth intake. I can't say for sure why some semi-pro clubs don't just go sign free players, but I'd say it's related to the unique US youth system in FM. -NCAA teams will not function exactly as they should in real life. FM sees the teams as amatuer U23 clubs. Their squads are usually automatically populated which I would suppose is because the SuperDraft pulls from them. -Professional clubs from USL2, and the Division 3 competitions will sign players from the NCAA and Academy leagues. I have done what I can to minimize this phenomenon, but it is unfortunately unavoidable and unrealistic. The somewhat good news is that it will happen less frequently as the game progresses after the professional clubs have filled their squads. DISCLAIMER: I have NO idea how this file will mesh with other database files. If you have an issue, by all means report it and I will try to make it compatible but I can make no promises on that. DOWNLOADS: USA Expansion 3.7 - http://www.mediafire.com/file/gw45l9005mc3jp1/004_USA_Expansion_3.7.rar/file Canada Expansion 1.8 - http://www.mediafire.com/file/ipg2sac7y4scf5a/006_Canada_Expansion_1.8.rar/file Concacaf Competitions - http://www.mediafire.com/file/05efcqjkpfgyhxo/Concacaf_Comps.rar/file (IMPORTANT NOTE - You will NEED these files or the correct teams will not qualify for the Concacaf Champions League. It also includes files for Costa Rica and Mexico, which you will also need to sort out qualification for the Champions League and Concacaf League) Graphics files (place in "Football Manager 2019>graphics" folder): http://www.mediafire.com/file/7rb78qte3u8owkn/USA-CAN_Expansion_Graphics_3-7.rar/file MLS in FM19 Video Guides Part One (League Format): Part Two (Squad Breakdown): Part Three (Player Acquisition): ADDITIONAL FILES ----------MLS Club Continental Competitions CONCACAF in the Copa Sudamericana - CONMEBOL used to invite teams from North America to compete in the Copa Sudamericana. That deal ended when CONCACAF changed the format of the Champions League and started scheduling matches in the fall when the Sudamericana was played. Now that the Champions League has returned to playing all of their matches in the spring, there has been some discussion of allowing North American teams in the Sudamericana again. I remember playing in Sudamericana with the older versions of FM and it was a lot of fun, so I built this file that sends the CONCACAF Champions League winners and runner-up to the Sudamericana. Pan-Pacific Championship - This revives a now-defunct preseason friendly competition that used to pit the champions of MLS Cup against the champions of Australia, Japan, and South Korea in a one-leg knockout competition. There is a third place match so two matches are guaranteed. International Champions Cup - This recreates the summer friendly competition that is played mostly in the United States in real life. This version plays the entire competition in the US and adds the MLS Supporters Shield champion as well as the Libertadores champion, who has been invited in the past. DOWNLOAD LINK: http://www.mediafire.com/file/5kb0kovavl9k1lb/MLS_Continental_Comps.rar/file ----------Central American & Caribbean Leagues This file adds the national leagues for Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Jamaica, and Puerto Rico. These are actually updates on claasen's files from the past (so I will remove them if he so wishes but he has apparently taken a break from the scene and did not update these himself so I went ahead and did it). I added these to increase the MLS playing experience by adding some continental leagues and expand the player pool for acquisitions. Also included is the Central American Club championship competition. There are also files for the Champions League and CONCACAF league that adjust how teams are drawn from Costa Rica. The CCL and CL in this file are different from the versions included with the MLS download so you will need to remove those and add these files if you intend on running Costa Rica DOWNLOAD LINK: http://www.mediafire.com/file/2rtr8ot514rflek/Central_American_Leagues_2-0.rar/file ----------International Competitions These files add some international competitions to enhance the North American experience. Like all of the others, you can pick and choose which ones you want. USA January Camp - When I managed the US national team it always bugged me that I couldn't schedule friendlies in January because in real life they hold a camp for the domestic players (and guys who play in Spring-Fall leagues like Scandinavia). So I created this file to add the camp. The US will play two matches against nations chosen randomly from a list of countries that have played against in January in the past. Pan American Games - This is a real life youth competition for U22 teams from North and South America. It helps to prepare the national team programs for Olympic Qualifying. Central American & Caribbean Games - Real life U21 competition for Latin American national teams (No USA or Canada) Central American Games - U20 Championship for the 7 Central American Nations: Copa Nuevo Mundo - In 2016 the USA hosted the Copa America. After the tournament was a huge success, there was talk about creating a new competition held every four years for the top national teams from CONCACAF and CONMEBOL. This is is that competition. I call it the Copa Nuevo Mundo (Cup of the New World). It consists of 16 teams (8 from CONCACAF, 8 from CONMEBOL) held every four years in the United States. DOWNLOAD LINK: http://www.mediafire.com/file/84pdl1uc2fsjmbk/International_Comps_2.rar/file
  9. So, I decided to create a North Korean database with 3 working leagues, a national cup, and a supercup. While creating the database, I had to set the season update day like any normal custom database. The DPRK Premier League begins in December 1, and ends October 28. I put a break for all 3 leagues on the week of 4.25 (April 25, basically a North Korean sacred day). Buuuuuuuuuuuuut, the early preseason begins on October 15 and the start of the season is November 26. But like I said before, the season update is November 5. I feel like there is something wrong with this formatting, so I need somebody, or just anyone who is reading this to check all aspects of North Korea database. If you want to edit this database, you can mess around with it, but remember to actually test it and fix the database. If you actually fix the database, please keep these 4 things: Keep the season update day on November 5 Keep the break week for all 3 leagues on the week of 4.25 Keep the start of the season December 1 and the end of the season October 28 Leave the cups as they are Those are small things, but keep them the same. I'm only looking at how to fix the season update, and preseason thing. I have never actually made a database before, so you could expect some rookie vibes. North Korea.fmf
  10. Taking football manager 2019 down to level 11 FA Cup redone to include Preliminary rounds, proper prize money added. TV money added. FA Competitions gate reciepts shared 50% each. FA Trophy redone to include preliminary rounds, proper prize money added. FA Vase added, proper prize money added. 1000 teams entered from Level 9-11 FA Trophy & FA Vase Finals played on the same day but at different times like in real life. Small amount of prize money added to the top 3 teams at Levels 7-11 Northern/Southern & Isthmian League Cups Added. Local Cups added down to Level 11 Playoffs at Level 7 & 8 done correctly. Minimum stadium requirements added in at Level 7-9 All promotion/relegation done down to Level 11. Boundaries added for all leagues down to Level 11. Awards added down to Level 11. Full long names added for teams down to level 11. Maximum wage per week added in at Level 7-10. Any feedback is welcome. Level League(s)/Division(s) 1 Premier League 20 clubs – 3 relegations 2 EFL Championship 24 clubs – 3 promotions, 3 relegations 3 EFL League One 24 clubs – 3 promotions, 4 relegations 4 EFL League Two 24 clubs – 4 promotions, 2 relegations 5 National League 24 clubs – 2 promotions, 4 relegations 6 National League North 22 clubs – 2 promotions, 3 relegations National League South 22 clubs – 2 promotions, 3 relegations 7 Northern Premier League Premier Division 22 clubs – 1-2 promotions, 3 relegations Southern League Central Division 22 clubs – 1-2 promotions, 3 relegations Southern League South Division 22 clubs – 1-2 promotions, 3 relegations Isthmian League Premier Division 22 clubs – 1-2 promotions, 3 relegations 8 Northern Premier League Division One West 20 clubs – 1-2p, 2r Northern Premier League Division One East 20 clubs – 1-2p, 2r Southern League Division One Central 20 clubs – 1-2p, 2r Southern League Division One South 20 clubs – 1-2p, 2r Isthmian League Division One North 20 clubs – 1-2p, 2r Isthmian League Division One South Central 20 clubs – 1-2p, 2r Isthmian League Division One South East 20 clubs – 1-2p, 2r 9 (All divisions run in parallel) Combined Counties League Premier Division – 20 clubs Eastern Counties League Premier Division – 20 clubs Essex Senior League – 20 clubs Hellenic Football League Premier Division – 19 clubs Midland League Premier Division – 20 clubs North West Counties League Premier Division – 20 clubs Northern Counties East League Premier Division – 20 clubs Northern League Division One – 18 clubs Southern Combination League Premier Division – 20 clubs Southern Counties East League Premier Division – 20 clubs Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division – 20 clubs United Counties League Premier Division – 20 clubs Wessex League Premier Division – 20 clubs Western League Premier Division – 20 clubs 10 (All divisions run in parallel) Combined Counties League Division One – 19 clubs East Midlands Counties League – 20 clubs Eastern Counties League Division One North – 19 clubs Eastern Counties League Division One South – 19 clubs Hellenic League Division One East – 13 clubs Hellenic League Division One West – 13 clubs Midland League Division One – 19 clubs North West Counties League Division One North – 20 clubs North West Counties League Division One South – 20 clubs Northern Counties East League Division One – 20 clubs Northern League Division Two – 20 clubs South West Peninsula League Premier Division – 19 clubs Southern Combination League Division One – 18 clubs Southern Counties East League Division One – 18 clubs Spartan South Midlands League Division One – 20 clubs United Counties League Division One – 20 clubs Wessex League Division One – 19 clubs West Midlands (Regional) League Premier Division – 20 clubs Western League Division One – 20 clubs 11 Anglian Combination Premier Division – 16 clubs Bedfordshire County League Premier Division – 16 clubs Cambridgeshire County League Premier Division – 16 clubs Central Midlands League Premier Division North – 16 clubs Central Midlands League Premier Division South – 16 clubs Cheshire League Premier Division – 16 clubs Dorset Premier League – 16 clubs Essex & Suffolk Border League Premier Division – 16 clubs Essex Olympian League Premier Division – 16 clubs Gloucestershire County League – 16 clubs Hampshire Premier League Senior Division – 16 clubs Hertfordshire Senior County League Premier Division – 16 clubs Humber Premier League Premier Division – 16 clubs Kent County League Premier Division – 16 clubs Leicestershire Senior League Premier Division – 16 clubs Lincolnshire League – 14 clubs Liverpool Premier League Premier Division – 16 clubs Manchester League Premier Division – 16 clubs Mid-Sussex League Premier Division – 16 clubs Middlesex County League Premier Division – 16 clubs Midland League Division Two – 16 clubs North Riding League Premier Division – 16 clubs Northamptonshire Combination League Premier Division – 16 clubs Northern Alliance Premier Division – 16 clubs Nottinghamshire Senior League Senior Division – 16 clubs Oxfordshire Senior League Premier Division – 16 clubs Peterborough & District League Premier Division – 16 clubs Sheffield & Hallamshire County Senior League Premier Division – 15 clubs Somerset County League Premier Division – 18 clubs South West Peninsula League Division One East – 16 clubs South West Peninsula League Division One West – 16 clubs Southern Combination League Division Two East – 16 clubs Spartan South Midlands League Division Two – 16 clubs Staffordshire County Senior League Premier Division – 16 clubs Suffolk & Ipswich League Senior Division – 16 clubs Surrey Elite Intermediate League – 16 clubs Thames Valley Premier League Premier Division – 16 clubs Wearside League – 16 clubs West Cheshire League Division One – 16 clubs West Lancashire League Premier Division – 16 clubs West Midlands (Regional) League Division One – 16clubs West Riding County Amateur League – 16 clubs West Yorkshire League Premier Division – 16 clubs Wiltshire Senior League Premier Division – 16 clubs York League Premier Division – 16 clubs England Level 11 Leagues & Data Updates.fmf
  11. I flirted with the idea of starting a career in India with the Indian Arrows which I thought might have made for an interesting build a nation type save but owing to issues with league reputations in Asia I've decided to have another try in N. Ireland. I was also encouraged to start in N. Ireland due to the massive developments which have happened over the last year which I feel will really help in building the standard of football in the nation. Having a tycoon owned Larne & newly professional Crusaders will prove very helpful and hopefully, before too long, we might start to see a domino effect of clubs improving and turning professional which should make my task of building the nation easier. Game Setup I've gone with a large database with all international players having been added. I decided to load up all the leagues from the UK & Ireland in addition to having the top divisions from the best 5 nations in Europe which I hope will provide a good challenge. I had to use the editor to make some slight alterations to the database in order to have a working reserve and youth league system with generic formats being added. Outside of that I also added club and competition badges which are provided in the megapack from fmscout.com. Manager Attributes I made my avatar as poor as possible with an emphasis on the determination attribute which I hope will make the board more forthcoming when it comes to granting requests. Due to ticking the 'Prevent control of teams with managers in place' box I'll be starting unemployed and will have to wait until a vacancy opens. So what club decided to give me my start in management? I have to admit to being a bit surprised by this in that I didn't really have to do much to get the job. I applied purely speculatively but they don't appear to be a very ambitious board by allowing a complete rookie to take the reigns. Provided I can get the club into the top half they'll be happy and all I needed to do was to agree to the philosophy to sign young players which is pretty much my playstyle anyway. As they have gone out on a limb by hiring me I will be doing everything I can to repay that faith. History A team with an illustrious history filled with massive success with the club having won an impressive 137 domestic trophies since their foundation in 1882. Recent times have however been comparatively barren with their last competition win being in 2015 with the Irish Cup and their last top-flight win coming in 2009. They are the 2nd most decorated team in N. Irish football behind their deadly rivals Linfield. They hold the highest attendance for any club to have played in N. Ireland with a massive 42,000 spectators watching their clash with Rangers back in 1966. Their record in European competitions hasn't been very good with them never having made a group stage in their history but they do have a famous quarter final appearance in the Cup Winners Cup in 1974 which ended in defeat against Borussia Monchengladbach. They have on occasion managed to give some comparative European giants a bloody nose such as the 1-1 draw in 1966 with Rangers in the Cup Winners Cup with the next season bringing 2 draws with Benfica in the European Cup which is quite impressive given that Benfica went all the way to the final that year. They have even managed a 1-0 victory in the first leg against Arsenal in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup in 1969 which was especially impressive given that the Gunners eventually went on to win the competition. Modern times have however been less glorious with quick eliminations often as a result of heavy aggregate defeats. The financial situation has also become increasingly problematic in recent times which has led to crumbling infrastructure and a lack of investment. They have the potential to be a great club but really need money to turn around their fortunes and start to rebuild the club. Trophies Won Club There are some encouraging aspects to the club. The number of rivals should help boost attendances should I be able to bring a level of success to the club. The reputation of the club is among the best in the country which is also a nice boost as it should make finding players that would be willing to play for us easier. I am a bit unsure about the personality of the squad as loyalty isn't something that is critical at this point as I seek to turn the club into a selling one. Facilities Long gone are the days in which the club could fill the stadium with over 40,000 people. The lack of investment is clear to see here with a lot of work needed to bring the facilities even up to a standard which would be good for the DBP. Hopefully, I can take a page out of @smp20's book and try to get an affiliation with Queen's University to share their great training facilities as that would be a neat little solution to this problem. There are some positives though as the stadium potential expansion capacity is 10,000 so at least we should get a nice big new stadium if we can bring a bit of success to the club in Europe. In addition, being located in Belfast should prove very helpful in building the fan base. Squad Positives - We have some quality players for the DBP with Curtis Allen ST considered a star player for the level. He is also considered by the coaches to be consistent and a big game player which is excellent especially for a striker. There are also a number of high potential young players who I'm hoping to develop. Negatives - A lack of defenders is troubling given that I want to play 4 at the back. There is also no players in either the Reserves or U18s which look anywhere near being ready for 1st team football. Our main GK Elliott is getting on a bit which is not a big problem except for the fact that my coaches think is declining as a footballer which means he'll need to be replaced sooner rather than later. Finances Two very bad things here. We are over our wage budget which means that we are going to need to sell before we can buy. The club is also quite poor which means no ability to invest and even less likelihood of the board deciding to increase budgets. At least the true extent of Glentoran's financial situation isn't there as they hold no debt in game. Starting Conditions We still have a good chance of making the top 6 if we can get the ball rolling quickly which should be possible as my first game in charge is away at Newry City. It gets a lot more tricky after that however with an away trip to Windsor Park to face Linfield followed by a home game against Crusaders. A baptism of fire for sure but if we can get through those games with a positive set of results I will be feeling more optimistic about meeting the target of a top 6 finish. Career Objectives The ultimate aim of my time at the club will be to become dominant domestically, win the Champions League and build a sustainable wealthy club to act as an engine for other teams in N. Ireland. This will be a save where I could be moving clubs as I did in FM18 as I seek to build the league into a top European competition. It could be a long journey, let us begin.
  12. Well as the title says...I am a Greek who start a save in Andorra and now moves to a country who has one of the oldest FA in world (1895) and people there love Football,so welcome to.. Gibraltar (/dʒɪˈbrɔːltə(r)/; Spanish pronunciation: [xiβɾalˈtaɾ]) is a British Overseas Territorylocated at the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula.[8][9] It has an area of 6.7 km2(2.6 sq mi) and is bordered to the north by Spain. The landscape is dominated by the Rock of Gibraltar at the foot of which is a densely populated town area, home to over 30,000 people, primarily Gibraltarians.[10] In 1704, Anglo-Dutch forces captured Gibraltar from Spain during the War of the Spanish Succession on behalf of the Habsburg claim to the Spanish throne. The territory was ceded to Great Britain in perpetuity under the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713. During World War II it was an important base for the Royal Navy as it controlled the entrance and exit to the Mediterranean Sea, the Strait of Gibraltar, which is only 8 miles (13 km) wide at this naval choke point. It remains strategically important, with half the world's seaborne trade passing through the strait.[11][12][13] Today Gibraltar's economy is based largely on tourism, online gambling, financial services and cargo ship refuelling.[14][15][16][17] The sovereignty of Gibraltar is a point of contention in Anglo-Spanish relations because Spain asserts a claim to the territory.[18][15] Gibraltarians rejected proposals for Spanish sovereignty in a 1967 referendum and, in a 2002 referendum, the idea of shared sovereignty was also rejected. SET UP COACH CLUB Lincoln Red Imps Football Club is a semi-professional football club from Gibraltar. They play in the Gibraltar Premier Division, and share the Victoria Stadium with all other clubs in the territory.[2] They are the country's record champion with 23 league titles, including fourteen consecutive titles between 2003 and 2016, and in 2014 were the first team to represent Gibraltar in the UEFA Champions League STADIUM
  13. For this challenge you will need to download Claasens Mega Pack of extra playable leagues. You can not choose other add-ons, only these databases are allowed and they are all required. How many leagues you load at any time is still up to you but you will need to start your management career in any of these countries. Crimea, San Marino, Andorra, Kosovo, Gibraltar, Faroe Islands, Wales, Northern Ireland, Malta, Luxembourg. Download link for claasens Mega Pack can be found here: http://www.mediafire.com/file/ooe42xi... Starting up: Make sure the database add-ons from claasen is activated with no other database add-ons. start a game with as few or many leagues as you want, and change around during game but you must start in any of these counties. Crimea, San Marino, Andorra, Kosovo, Gibraltar, Faroe Islands, Wales, Northern Ireland, Malta, Luxembourg. Attribute masking is optional, but in-game editor is not allowed. Start a manager and with no coaching badges (at the start. You can and should obtain them along the way). Sunday League Footballer reputation. No additional languages beyond those generated by your nationality(ies). Any nationality (it doesn't have to be your genuine nationality). 2nd nationality only if you genuinely have a genuine second nationality and you have used your real primary nationality. No use of in-game editor. All other advanced options (e.g. adding players to playable teams) are allowed. You can start with any number of nations loaded but you will need to start your management career in any of these countries. Crimea, San Marino, Andorra, Kosovo, Gibraltar, Faroe Islands, Wales, Northern Ireland, Malta, Luxembourg. Any database size, any start date. Requirements: Win as many trophies as you can from the 55 European countries aiming to win the top division in as many countries as you can. You must start your management career in any of these countries. Crimea, San Marino, Andorra, Kosovo, Gibraltar, Faroe Islands, Wales, Northern Ireland, Malta, Luxembourg. You get points for winning League's & Cups based on the reputation of the competition, (Example if you win the English FA Cup you will gain 147 points, win the Crimean Premier League and you will get 10 Points) If you gain promotion from a lower League you still get the points for that competition. Spreadsheet can be found here or the full list of countries & competitions are listed below. Fm19 Countries.xlsx Spain 184 England 172 Italy 170 Germany 167 France 158 Russia 156 Portugal 152 Ukraine 147 Belgium 144 Turkey 142 Austria 139 Holland 136 Switzerland 136 Czech Republic 136 Greece 134 Croatia 131 Denmark 131 Israel 126 Cyprus 126 Poland 124 Romania 124 Sweden 123 Bulgaria 122 Azerbaijan 122 Serbia 122 Kazakhstan 121 Scotland 121 Belarus 121 Norway 119 Slovenia 114 Slovakia 110 Moldova 105 Albania 101 Iceland 100 Hungary 100 FYR Macedonia 98 Finland 96 Bosnia & Herzegovina 95 Ireland 95 Estonia 78 Lithuania 77 Georgia 75 Montenegro 75 Armenia 74 Latvia 64 Luxembourg 58 Malta 58 Northern Ireland 57 Wales 55 Faroe Islands 54 Gibraltar 49 Kosovo 49 Andorra 35 San Marino 23 Crimea 10 Albania Albanian Superleague 101 Albanian Cup 80 Albanian !st Category 74 Albanian Super Cup 50 Albanian 2nd Category 34 Andorra Andorran 1st Division 35 Andorran Cup 22 Andorran 2nd Division 18 Andorran Super Cup 9 Armenia Armenian High League 74 Armenian Cup 65 Armenian Super Cup 61 Armenian 1st League 45 Austria Austrian Premier Division 139 Austrian FA Cup 138 Austrian !st Division 111 Austrian Regional Division 75 Austrian Landesligen 36 Austrian Level 5 25 Azerbaijan Azeri Premier League 122 Azeri Cup 110 Azeri Super Cup 99 Azeri 1st League 59 Belarus Belarusian Highest League 121 Belarusian Cup 94 Belarusian Super Cup 94 Belarusian 1st League 81 Belarusian 2nd League 34 Belgium Belgian Pro League A 144 Belgian Cup 139 Belgian Pro League B 96 Belgian 1st Amateur Division 86 Belgian Super Cup 75 Belgian 2nd Amateur Division 61 Belgian 3rd Amateur Division 29 Bosnia & Herzegovina Bosnian Premier League 95 Bosnian Cup 77 Bosnian 1st League 61 Republika Srpska Cup 50 Federation Of Bosnia & Herzegovina Cup 50 Bulgaria Bulgarian 1st League 122 Bulgarian Cup 112 Bulgarian Super Cup 91 Bulgarian 2nd League 82 Bulgarian 3rd League 51 Cup Of Bulgarian Amateur Football League 45 Continental Competitions European Champions Cup 200 Club World Championship 170 Eurpean Super Cup 155 EURO Cup 150 Crimea Crimean Premier League 10 Ukranian Reg Cup - Crimea 8 Crimea Super Cup 7 Croatia Croatian 1st League 131 Croatian Cup 119 Croatian 2nd League 99 Croatian 3rd League 76 Croatian Super Cup 73 Cyprus Cypriot 1st Division 126 Cypriot Cup 84 Cypriot 2nd Division 44 Cypriot Super Cup 37 Cypriot 3rd Division 30 Czech Republic Czech 1st Division 136 Czech FA Cup 102 Czech 2nd Division 98 Czech 3rd Division 61 Czech 4th Division 35 Denmark Danish Superliga 131 Danish Cup 113 Nordicbet Liga 90 Danish 2nd Division 57 Denmark's Series 31 England English Premier Division 172 English FA Cup 147 Sky Bet Championship 127 Carabao Cup 108 Sky Bet League 1 101 English Community Shield 94 Sky Bet League 2 81 Checkatrade Trophy 71 Vanarama National League 68 English FA Trophy 49 Vanarama National League North/South 44 English Regional Premier Divisions 35 English Regional 1st Divisions 30 English Southern League Cup 30 Isthmian League Cup 30 Northern Premier League Challenge Cup 30 English FA Vase 25 English County Leagues 20 Estonia Estonian Premier League 78 Estonian Cup 63 Estonian 1st League 51 Estonian Super Cup 42 Estonian 1st B League 32 Faroe Islands Faroese Premier League 54 Faroese Cup 21 Faroese 1st Division 15 Faroese Super Cup 14 Finland Finnish Premier League 96 Finnish 1st Division 77 Finnish Cup 69 Finnish 2nd Division 63 Finnish 2nd Division Cup 53 France Ligue 1 Conforama 158 French Cup 132 Domino's Ligue 2 117 Coupe de la Ligue BKT 112 Trophee des Champions 87 French National 85 French National 2 66 French National 3 54 FYR Macedonia Macedonian 1st League 98 Macedonian Cup 94 Macedonian 2nd League 61 Georgia Georgian National League 75 Davit Kipiani's Cup 65 Gerogian National League 2 62 Georgian Super Cup 52 Liga 3 31 Germany Bundesliga 167 German Cup 139 Bundesliga 2 123 German 3rd Division 93 German Supercup 85 German Regional Division 72 German Lower Division 53 Gibraltar Gibraltarian 1st Division 49 Gibraltarian 2nd Division 37 Gibtelecom Rock Cup 27 Pepe Reyes Cup 6 Gibraltarian Division 2 League Cup 5 Gibraltarian Intermediate League Cup 0 Greece Greek Superleague 134 Greek Cup 124 Greek National B Division 95 Greek National C Division 74 Greek Amateur Cup 27 Holland Eredivisie 136 Dutch Cup 116 Keuken Kampion Divisie 96 Dutch Tweede Divisie 64 Dutch Super Cup 63 Derde Divisie 46 Dutch Hoofdklasse 33 Hungary Hungarian Division 1 100 Hungarian Cup 97 Hungarian Super Cup 76 Hungarian Division 2 72 Hungarian Division 3 50 Iceland Icelandic Premier Division 100 Icelandic Cup 90 Icelandic Champions Cup 75 Icelandic 1st Division 72 Icelandic League Cup A 54 Icelandic 2nd Division 49 Icelandic 3rd Division 41 Icelandic League Cup B 32 Icelandic Lower Division 21 Icelandic League Cup C 20 Ireland Irish Premier Division 95 Irish 1st Division 41 Irish Senior Challenge Cup 38 Irish President's Cup 23 Irish Intermediate Cup 19 Irish League Cup 19 Irish Ulster/Leinster/Munster Senior League Premier Division 9 Irish Leinster Senior Cup 9 Irish Munster Senior Cup 9 Irish Leinster/Munster 1st Division 7 Irish Leinster Senior League 1A/Munster Senior League 2nd Division 5 Israel Israeli Premier League 126 Israeli State Cup 117 Israeli National League 90 Israeli Premier League Toto Cup 70 Israeli Super Cup-Champ of Champions 60 Israeli National League Toto Cup 55 Israeli A League 40 Israeli B League 15 Israeli B League North A Cup 14 Israeli B League North B Cup 14 Israeli B League South A Cup 14 Israeli B League South B Cup 14 Israeli C League 5 Israeli C League Lower Galilee Cup 4 Israeli C League Central Cup 4 Israeli C League Emek Yizre'el Cup 4 Israeli C League Upper Galilee Cup 4 Israeli C League Samaria Cup 4 Israeli C League Sharon Cup 4 Israeli C League South Cup 4 Israeli C League Tel-Aviv Cup 4 Italy Serie A 170 Italian Cup 135 Italian Serie B 120 Italian Super Cup 90 Italian Serie C 80 Italian Serie D 50 Italian Serie C Cup 40 Italian C Super Cup 35 Italian Serie D-Poule Scudetto 35 Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Premier League 121 Kazakhstan Cup 110 Kazakhstan 1st League 89 Kazakhstan Super Cup 66 Kosovo Kosovan Superleague 49 Kosovan Cup 44 Kosovan Super Cup 32 Kosovan 1st League 27 Latvia Latvian Higher League 64 Latvian Cup 46 Latvian Winter Cup 43 Latvian 1st League 33 Lithuania Lithuanian Cup 80 Lithuanian A League 77 Lithuanian 1 League 58 Lithuanian Super Cup 56 Luxembourg Luxembourg National Division 58 Luxembourg Cup 27 Luxembourg Promotion Division 13 Luxembourg 1st Division 7 Malta Maltese Premier League 58 Maltese Cup 38 Maltese 1st Division 27 Maltese Super Cup 23 Maltese 2nd Division 15 Maltese Lower Divisions 12 Moldova Moldovan Divizia Nationala 105 Moldovan Cup 80 Moldovan Super Cup 67 Moldovan Divizia A 60 Moldovan Divizia B 23 Montenegro Montenegrin 1st League 75 Montenegrin Cup 58 Montnegrin 2nd League 56 Northern Ireland Danske Bank Premiership 57 Northern Irish Cup 34 Bet Mclean League Cup 32 Northern Irish County Antrim Shield 22 NIFL Charity Shield 22 Northern Irish Mid Ulster Cup 22 Northern Irish North West Cup 17 Bluefin Sport Championship 16 Northern Irish Bob Radcliffe Cup 10 Northern Irish Intermediate Cup 10 Bluefin Sport Premier Intermediate League 10 Northern Irish Steel & Sons Cup 10 Northern Irish Level 4 8 Northern Irish Level 5 6 Northern Irish Level 6 5 Northern Irish Craig Memorial Cup 5 Northern Irish Level 7 4 Norway Norwegian Premier Division 119 Norwegian Cup 115 Norwegian Super Cup 102 Norwegian 1st Division 96 Norwegian 2nd Division 77 Norwegian 3rd Division 53 Norwegian 4th Division 41 Poland LOTTO Ekstraklasa 124 Polish FA Cup 120 Polish 1st Division 91 Polish Super Cup 83 Polish 2nd Division 69 Polish 3rd Division 48 Portugal Portuguese Premier League 152 Taca de Portugal 139 Supertaca 105 Portuguese League Cup 105 Portuguese 2nd League 98 Portugal Championship 86 Portuguese Regional Divisions 47 Romania Romanian 1st League 124 Romanian Cup 115 Romanian Super Cup 100 Romanian 2nd League 86 Romanian 3rd League 60 Russia Russian Premer League 156 Russian Cup 125 Russian Super Cup 110 Russian 1st Division 104 Russian 2nd Division 65 Russian 3rd Division 32 San Marino San Marino League 23 San Marino Cup 21 San Marino Super Cup 16 Scotland Ladbrokes Premiership 121 Scottish Cup 121 Betfred Cup 97 Ladbrokes Championship 82 Ladbokes League 1 62 IRN-Bru Cup 61 Ladbrokes League 2 48 Serbia Serbian SuperLeague 122 Serbian Super Cup 110 Serbian 1st League 101 Serbian 2nd League 58 Slovakia Slovak 1st Division 110 Slovak FA Cup 93 Slovak 2nd Division 73 3 Liga 41 Slovenia Slovenian 1st League 114 Slovenian Cup 104 Slovenian 2nd League 85 Slovenian 3rd League 44 Spain Spanish 1st Division 184 Spanish Cup 145 Spanish 2nd Division 123 Spanish Super Cup 102 Spanish 2nd Division B 77 Spanish 3rd Division 31 Sweden Swedish Premier Division 123 Swedish Cup 105 Swedish 1st Division Elite 98 Swedish 1st Division 68 Swedish 2nd Division 49 Swedish 3rd Division 30 Switzerland Swiss Super League 136 Swiss Cup 135 Swiss Challenge League 97 Swiss Promotion League 69 Swiss 1st League 44 Swiss 2nd League Interregio 20 Turkey Turkish Super League 142 Turkish Cup 125 Turkish 1 League 102 Turkish Super Cup 91 Turkish 2 League 72 Turkish 3 League 42 Turkish Regional Amateur League 37 Ukraine Ukrainian Premier League 147 Ukranian Cup 115 Ukrainian Super Cup 107 Ukrainian 1st League 96 Ukrainan 2nd League 60 Ukrainian Amateur League 48 Wales JD Welsh Premier League 55 JD Welsh Cup 47 Nathaniel MG Cup 26 Welsh 1st Division 21 Cymu Alliance League Cup 18 Welsh Football League Challenge Cup 18 FAW Trophy 13 Welsh 2nd Division 10 Welsh 3rd Division 7
  14. Hi guys, Having trouble with one of the domestic cups in my created Nation in Europe, which forced me to move from Basic to Advanced Rules. The cup is supposed to run similar to the World Cup but only in the month of December: 64 teams in 16 groups playing Sat-Wed-Sat-Wed for the group stage and early KO rounds, every game in neutral venues. All other competitions in the nation are on a break throughout December for the tournament to run. However, the competition always overruns because the games spread themselves out instead of being played at the same time on the same day like normal competitions. There are no fixture clashes I can see and dates have been adjusted for the final group games of European tournaments. Is there any way to enforce that games in each round should be played at the same time?
  15. FM Data Update X 2019 19.3 V9.0 6/4/2019! + Realname Fix * Fully 19.3 Clean database ! * All changes from V1 to V6.1 that are missing in the 19.3.4 standard database have been added againDemonstrated in the editor that the update has been completely re-created based on the 19.3.4 patch of Sports Interactive no database copy of the older 19.1 patch! no old data from the previous one.The First ( Transfer ) Data Update for Football Manager 2019 in Europe based on 19.3 ( 5 March) The database V8 has been completely rebuilt at 19.3.3. Download link V9 19.3.4 :[ FM Data Update X ( Data ) ] ( click here ) for the download FM Data Update X V9 -19.3.4 ( Season 2018-2019 ) Download link V10 19.3.4 [ Realname Club & Competitie Fix ] ( click here ) for the download FM Data Update X Realname & Club Fix V10 News : FM Data Update X 2019 V10 ----> 14/9/2019 ( Season 2019-2020 ) CONTACT INFORMATION For technical support contact : prealnamesfm2015@gmail.com. 65+ New added youth players: Naci Ünüvar (Ajax) ,Xavi Simons (FC Barcelona), Levi Skyum (Feyenoord) ,Olivier Dewaele (Anderlecht), Andrea Bonetti (Juventus), Karamoko Dembelé (Celtic), Noah Ohio (Manchester City), Levent Gundogan ( Manchester United) ,Christian Rasmussen ( Ajax ), Nils de Wilde Anderlecht), Sergej Vintonji ( Partizan Klub ), Youssoufa Moukoko ( Dortmund ).... 34+ Realife agents Mino Raiola, Jorge Mendes, Pinhas Zahavi, Rodger Linse, Sören Lerby, Perry Overeem, Rob Jansen, Marko Pantelic, Ali Dursun, Aleksandar Bursac, Frank Trimboli , Milos Malenovic ( Agent ).. Official club and league names (FCP -> FC Porto, Euro Cup -> UEFA Europa League and of course the Champions League & Youth League license !! Database errors corrected from the American competition to the Dutch and of course the top competitions! Media resources exclusive: FoxSports, Ziggo, AD, Telegraaf, de Gelderlander, Ajax showtime, VI, Sporza, Voetbalzone, Gazet of Antwerp ,Mundo Deportivo, La Gazzetta dello Sport, Tuttosport and 15 others present in new update! License Fix: Andrés Iniesta (Vissel Kobe), Lukas Podolski (Vissel Kobe), Fernando Torres (Sagan Tosu) Raúl González Blanco trainer (Real Madrid) added to the database. General Changes : Corrected Awards and Trophy names , Updated team captains, vice captains , Promotion / relegation to leagues that have already finished the season. Step 1 : Download FM Data Update X Data & Transfers files LNC competition and club names ( Download ) 1) Put the FMF (FM Data Update X 2019) file in the following folder: (User) / My Documents / Sports Interactive / FM 2019 / editor data Note: Do not combine the FM Data Update X 2019 with other updates on double players & hangers. Step 2: Now go to the following folder: (Windows) \ Program Files (x86) \ Steam \ steamapps \ common \ Football Manager 2019 \ dates \ db \ 1930 \ Open the folder '' LNC 'then' 'all' 'delete the following files from the folder LNC: fake.lnc, lic_dan_swe_fra.lnc, nleague.lnc Note: Now place the [ Realname Club & Competitie Fix ] download files in this folder ---> '' LNC ' Step 3: After the "edt" folder, delete '' fake.edt '' and then open the '' DBC '' folder, then delete: brazil_kits.dbc, forbidden names.dbc, Licensing2.dbc, Licensing3.dbc Step 4: Start up Football Manager now and load a new game
  16. I haven't seen it happen but can a club go into administration on Football manager 2019?
  17. I am currently managing Harrogate Town in FM19 in the Vanarama National League. I have tried multiple tactics which includes my own 'Wings Of The Pheonix' tactic which had great results with Barcelona and even with Harrogate in Pre-Season but as soon as the season started, the team stopped scoring goals and the match went like there was no goal in the first half and then in the second half my team scores a goal and then either the opponents score a goal or my team doesn't score any more goal and it is never certain if my team will win the match or not. Now I know that it can happen in 2 to 3 matches but it has happened in each and every of the 16 games played so far irrespective of the opponent be it the worst team (York) or the best (Crewe). After this happened for a couple of matches, I decided to use a downloaded tactic by Total Football Fan (TFF) which was the 'TFF Conqueror' and still got the same results. I don't know if it some bug or is it my team. I must tell you that my team dominates every game as it takes 17 shots on avg. Per match and most of them being on target with my own tactic and even with the downloaded tactic however the strikers just don't seem to be hitting the shots towards goal or something. Any Hints or help will be appreciated. Thanks.
  18. YACS for Football Manager 2019 Current Version: 1.4 (Updated: 10.03.2019) If your skins name isn't "YACS (v1.4)" or "YACS (v1.4) - DDL" then your skin is outdated. Screenshots: Album Download: Direct Download Download: Steam Workshop (You have to click on Subscribe and restart Football Manager after the download) YACS Extra Downloads DF11 Facepack Support: Direct Download (Last Updated: 25 Nov ) No Attribute Boxes: Direct Download (Last Updated: 03 Jan ) Old YACS Star Ratings: Direct Download YACS alternate Alternate version of YACS with a less colour dominant header. Download: Steam Workshop DDL included in Base Skin download.
  19. New subforum, same old thread! I'd like to start by thanking Graaa, the mad genius behind this custom USA database from FM15. This edit includes a lot of his work on the Extended Club World Cup that was part of that file alongside the changes I made, and I only posted it because he chose not to continue that mod or update it, but left its details as fair use for others, and I thought the idea was too awesome to let it vanish - as someone who plays a lot in the Americas I really liked the option of being able to take my team onto a bigger stage than the CONCACAF Champions League could provide. But enough biography. This database edit replaces all club continental competitions and the Club World Cup with three worldwide club tournaments: the FIFA Champions League, World League, and Youth League. All domestic leagues are left untouched and will run alongside the intercontinental tournaments: fancy midweek trips to Argentina to play Boca between your league matches? I BET YOU DO. The FIFA Champions League and World League are senior-level tournaments that mostly work how you expect: Champions League has better competition and better payouts (though the difference between the two isn't as derisory as in real life), finish high enough in your domestic league or win your major domestic cup and you get a ticket (if your league of choice doesn't use a single table or has some other continental qualification shenanigans, it SHOULD work properly depending on how SI or your database modder of choice coded that specific league, but I can't be certain. There are qualifiers (the Champions League winner, World League winner, and champions of 30 specified leagues do not have to go through them, and instead get automatic group stage places), and a group stage, and a knockout stage, and Big Fancy Neutral Site Finals. There is now also goal line technology and VAR (in CL/WL group stage games and onward). The FIFA Youth League uses a similar format and replaces the Viareggio Tournament or whatever it is called for people that aren't using the Susie Real Name fixes, that pits elite U18 teams against each other - I couldn't get the editor to choose exactly the teams that qualified for the CL, the way the UEFA Youth League does, but the idea is the same. There is also a a FIFA Super Cup between the Champions League and World League winners, scheduled after qualifiers finish (since neither of those teams participate in them) but before the September international break and the start of the group stages.. Downloads: The FM19 version of this mod is available on the Steam Workshop, and also as an attachment to this post. Known Issues Squad registrations may disappear upon loading a save game - this is apparently due to an SI bug, but on a CL/WL matchday you will still be able to select and register ineligible players even though it says you can't, so this is annoying but not fatal? If you need more details, they're below. Let me know if there are any bugs or if you have any suggestions, and otherwise have fun! Qualifiers: The number of spots is fixed, unfortunately (even the advanced editor won't let me do otherwise), and laid out as follows in the FM18 version: 1 automatic CL group stage place, 3 places in 4th QR, 1 place and the cup winner in 3rd QR, 1 place in 2nd QR: Spain, Germany, England, Italy, France, Brazil, Russia, Portugal, Argentina, 1 automatic CL group stage place, 2 places in 4th QR, 1 place and the cup winner in 3rd QR, 1 place in 2nd QR: Ukraine, Mexico, Belgium, Turkey, Czechia, Switzerland, Netherlands, Greece, USA, Austria, Croatia, Chile, Denmark, Colombia, Paraguay, Poland, Sweden, Israel, South Korea, Japan, China. 2 places in 4th QR, 1 place and the cup winner in 3rd QR, 1 place in 2nd QR: Uruguay, Scotland 1 place in 4th QR, 1 place in 3rd QR, 1 place and the cup winner in 2nd QR: Romania, Belarus, Ecuador, Cyprus, Norway, Ivory Coast, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Peru, Serbia, Kazakhstan, Costa Rica, South Africa, Egypt, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Slovenia, Tunisia, Slovakia, Qatar, UAE, Moldova, Hungary, 1 place in 3rd QR, 1 place and the cup winner in 2nd QR: Honduras, Algeria, Iceland, Morocco, Australia, Canada, Bosnia, Nigeria, Ghana Every other FIFA member country ((in other words: all other countries in the DB except for defunct, disputed, or the following: Bonaire, Martinique, Reunion, St. Pierre and Miquelon, Zanzibar, Micronesia, Kiribati, French Guiana, Sint Maarten, Mayotte, Northern Mariana Islands, Guadeloupe, Saint Martin, Wallis and Futuna Islands, Tuvalu).) starts in the 1st QR, with one or two spots: Countries that are playable in the base game that start here include: 2 spots (league and cup champion): Finland, Wales, Ireland, Northern Ireland, India 1 spot (league champion only): Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore Format Details: The Champions League has four qualifying rounds, with two-legged fixtures starting in July. All CL qualifiers are seeded into these rounds depending on how high they finished and which league they qualified from or won the domestic cup in, as above. The 96 winners in the 4th qualifying round (August) go to the CL group stage along with the 32 automatic qualifiers, the losers go to the WL group stage. Each group stage features groups of 4 (so six games each). CL plays on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, WL on Thursdays, from September through December. CL: 32 groups of 4, the top 2 in each group qualify for the knockout rounds. WL: The 24 group winners and the 8 best second-place finishers qualify for the knockout rounds, along with the 32 third-place finishers from the CL. Everything goes as you'd expect from there. Prize Money (all amounts in Euros) CL Qualifying Phase: 1st round: 75k 2nd round: 150k 3rd round: 250k 4th round: 400k CL Group Stage (WL pays about half this amount) 20M for all Group Stage participants, 1.5M per victory, 750k per draw CL Knockout Rounds (WL pays about half this amount, Super Cup final pays approximately half of World League final): 7M for all knockout round participants, + 4M for reaching second knockout round + 6M for reaching QF + 10M for reaching SF + 20M for winning final or 15M for losing final
  20. Hi(again) to everyone in this beautifull forum..After Gibraltar,Liechtenstein,Lithuania and Malta my next managerial experience will be at Spain.Well not exactly at Spain but to a nation with many connections with them,Andorra! ANDORRA LA VELLA (ANDORRA) Andorra is a sovereign landlocked microstateon the Iberian Peninsula, in the eastern Pyrenees, bordered by France in the north and Spain in the south. Believed to have been created by Charlemagne, Andorra was ruled by the Count of Urgell until 988 when it was transferred to the Diocese of Urgell, and the present principality was formed by a charter in 1278. It is known as a principality as it is a diarchy headed by two Co-Princes: the Catholic Bishop of Urgell in Spain and the President of the Republic of France. is the capital of the Principality of Andorra. It is located high in the east Pyrenees, between France and Spain. It is also the name of the parish that surrounds the capital.Andorra la Vella is the capital of the Principality of Andorra. It is located high in the east Pyrenees, between France and Spain. It is also the name of the parish that surrounds the capital.Andorra la Vella (Catalan pronunciation: [ənˈdorə lə ˈβeʎə], Spanish: Andorra la Vieja, French: Andorre-la-Vieille) is the capital of the Principality of Andorra. It is located high in the east Pyrenees, between France and Spain. It is also the name of the parish that surrounds the capital..As of 2015, the city has a population of 22,886, and the urban area, which includes Escaldes-Engordany plus satellite villages, has over 40,000 inhabitants. NATION The Andorra national football team (Catalan: Selecció de futbol d'Andorra) represents Andorra in association football and is controlled by the Andorran Football Federation, the governing body for football in Andorra. The team has enjoyed very little success due to the Principality's tiny population, the fifth smallest of any UEFA country (only Liechtenstein, San Marino, Gibraltar and the Faroe Islands are smaller). *For first time i won't manage their ''senior'' national team but for a change i took Andorra's U21 team control,i think it will be interest.. ANDORRA FC PROFILE utbol Club Andorra is a football club based in Andorra la Vella, Andorra, established in 1942. They play in the Spanish football league system.Most of the Andorra national football team are typically selected from FC Andorra, which currently competes in the Primera Catalana at the 5th level of the Spanish football league system. Though the club is based in Andorra, they have competed in the Spanish league system since 1948. Segunda División B, the third tier, is the highest league that the club FACILITIES TROPHIES.................................................................................. COACH SETTINGS And the (long) journey starts..
  21. I have totally re-vamped The International Champions Cup for FM19 and have now used a Champions League format. The tournament is held in the USA and contains 32 teams all from Europe for the first year. They have been split into 8 groups with the top two teams qualifying for the knockout stage then quarter-finals, semi finals and final. This differs from the real tournament but I have added all the major teams and made the competition more competitive. There are 32 stadiums from the USA and 16 from Europe in use but all stadiums from the USA are in use for the knockout stages. I have included nearly all of the stadiums in use in the real life competition for 2018 and have drawn the groups as fairly as possible. All histories and player awards are included. USA [ID: 100000024]; 2018 Only – 8 groups of 4 teams with top two qualifying for the final stages. All group ties take place between July 15th and July 26th GROUP A Real Madrid Inter Milan Borussia Monchengladbach Ajax Stadiums : The Raymond James Stadium, The AT&T Stadium, The CenturyLink, The Cotton Bowl [USA], The National Stadium [Singapore], The Worthersee Stadion [Austria]. GROUP B Barcelona Tottenham Hotspur Lille Celtic Stadiums : Gillettte Stadium, Levi’s Stadium, The Rose Bowl, Heinz Field [USA], Wembley [England], Celtic Park [Scotland]. GROUP C Atletico Madrid AC Milan Arsenal PSV Eindhoven Stadiums : RFK Stadium, NRG Stadium, Ford Field, Giants Stadium [USA], Stadium Australia [Australia], Principality Stadium [Wales]. GROUP D Liverpool Borussia Dortmund FC Porto Genk Stadiums : Lincoln Financial Field, Bank Of America Stadium, Metlife Stadium, Stubhub Centre [USA], National Olympic “Bird’s Nest” Stadium [China], Allianz Riviera [France]. GROUP E FC Bayern Manchester United Marseille Lazio Stadiums : Red Bull Arena, M&T Bank Stadium, Sunbowl Stadium, Candlestick Park [USA], Estadio Wanda Metropolitano [Spain], Parc Des Princes [France]. GROUP F Napoli Chelsea Lyon Feyenoord Stadiums : Lucas Oil Stadium, Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Nissan Stadium, University Of Pheonix Stadium [USA], Nasional Bukit Jalil Stadium [Malaysia], Allianz Arena [Germany]. GROUP G Juventus Sevilla Benfica RB Leipzig Stadiums : Arrowhead Stadium, Camping World Stadium, Everbank Field, Soldier Field [USA], Friends Arena [Sweden], Via Del Mare [Italy]. GROUP H Paris Saint - Germain Manchester City AS Roma Red Bull Salzburg Stadiums : Foxboro Stadium, FedEx Field, TCF Bank Stadium, Ohio Stadium [USA], Estadio Da Luz [Portugal]. First Knockout Round Ties take place on July 28th and 29th FIRST KNOCKOUT ROUND MATCH 1 = Stubhub Centre [USA] MATCH 2 = Everbank Field [USA] MATCH 3 = Heinz Field [USA] MATCH 4 = Red Bull Arena [USA] MATCH 5 = Arrowhead Stadium [USA] MATCH 6 = FedEx Field [USA] MATCH 7 = Soldier Field [USA] MATCH 8 = Levi’s Stadium [USA] Quarter - Final Ties take place on July 31st and August 1st QUARTER – FINALS MATCH 1 = NRG Stadium [USA] MATCH 2 = Ohio Stadium [USA] MATCH 3 = Rose Bowl [USA] MATCH 4 = The Cotton Bowl [USA] Semi Final Ties take place on August 3rd SEMI FINALS MATCH 1 = TCF Bank Stadium [USA] MATCH 2 = Lincoln Financial Field [USA] Final to take place on August 5th FINAL MATCH 1 = AT&T Stadium [USA] 2019 onwards: The tournament is still held in the United States with groups, stadiums, knockout phases and dates remain the same but the teams change and become more random. There are 16 of the original 32 teams that stay the same for 2019 onwards which are; Real Madrid, Inter Milan, Barcelona, Tottenham Hotspur, Atletico Madrid, AC Milan, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United, Lazio, Napoli, Chelsea, Juventus, Sevilla, Manchester City, AS Roma. The random teams come from their respective leagues in positions 1st, 2nd and 3rd places plus a couple of cup competitions that are; Bundesliga 1st, 2nd and 3rd places, Ligue 1 Conforma 1st, 2nd and 3rd places, Winner of Scottish Premiership, Eredivisie Winner and Runner-Up, Winner of Copa Libertadores, Liga Primeira 1st and 2nd, MLS Winner Supporters Shield, Jupiler Pro League Winner, Austrian Bundesliga Winner and Russian Premier League Winner. * This file has been verified and has been tested over three seasons. It is working fine. How to add these tournaments on FM19: 1. Move the downloaded .fmf file to the following location: Documents / Sports Interactive / Football Manager 2019 / editor data Create the "editor data" folder if it doesn't exist. 2. Open FM 2019 and start a new save-game with this file selected. 3. All you have to do on Steam is subscribe and it will be loaded on next restart. Please like if you think the file is good. International Champions Cup 18-19.fmf
  22. Hi, and welcome to my first ever FM Editor project; where I aim to bring Marvel’s fictional African nation of Wakanda to the world of Football Manager. I, personally, find myself fascinated by the idea of Wakanda as a theoretical nation-state. A never conquered land from a traditionally perceived backwater of the world, whose policy of isolationism throughout the ages found it barely even noticed by the world’s great powers suddenly opens themselves up and immediately finds itself among the wealthiest, most technologically advanced, and most powerful nations on Earth. It would be a massive shift in the established worldwide political status quo. And in this project, I imagine a world where Wakanda turns their sights on the beautiful game and creates a similar shift in the world of football. My goals for this database are as follows: 1. Do not make Wakanda over-powered. I'm imagining that the ultimate goal of a save in this database would be to lead Wakanda to a World Cup title, which I'd like to make at least somewhat challenging. 2. Create as realistic as possible a football league system for a nation with the abilities of Wakanda. 3. Flesh-out the world by being true to the source material. I want most everything in Wakanda to in some way reference the source material from Marvel Comics. The clubs, the people, the awards; everything that I put in, I want to have a reason for. And 4. Make it as good as I possibly can. There are aspects of this (graphics and logos) that I won't be able to really get to the level of quality that I would like, but I want everything I can do to be done well. In this Database, I have: Created the nation of Wakanda, replacing Sudan in the database (apologies to any Sudanese) Set up 2 professional divisions in Wakanda, each composed of 18 teams Created 38 football clubs, each with some reference to the vast lore provided by Marvel Comics And created over 100 Wakandan players and staff scattered among the clubs, each named after a Wakandan character from the comics or movie When playing this database for yourself, I highly recommend: Adding Players to Playable Clubs (I was not going to create every single player for every single club so I am relying on the game to help populate the squads in the early going.) Loading players from other African Nations. Ghana, Nigeria, etc. (That being said, the game doesn’t fill out the squads as much as I would like, so the early seasons can be challenging in terms of filling out a roster. Having more African players to sign will help alleviate that somewhat) Rules and Things to be aware of: Premier League clubs are limited to 7 foreign players in the squad and only five in the playing 11. Wakandans are not the most xenophilic folks in the world. (I actual would ideally have this number lower, but it was proving frustrating in the early seasons to have enough players with the heavier restrictions) Wakandan Challenge League Clubs are limited to 5 foreign players in general. The top 2 places in the Premier League of Wakanda qualify for the African Champions League. 3rd place and the winner of the Vibranium Cup qualify for the African Confederations Cup unless the cup winner has already qualified for the Champions League. There are 2 Automatic Promotion/Relegation spots between the two leagues and there is a Promotion/Relegation Playoff between 16th in the Premier League and 3rd in the Challenge League (think basically Germany) Here's a link to the Steam Workshop page for it https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1578023757 and here is the xml file if any of you wanted that instead Wakanda.xml And here is the custom graphics pack I created for it. Wakanda.rar But here is a link to a much better set of graphics done by @Mr Meeseeks that you probably want to use instead Anyway, there’s my Wakandan Database, I hope you all enjoy playing it and feel free to provide any feedback you may have. I’d love to know your thoughts on how it turned out. Have fun guys! P.s. I would like to extend a massive amount of thanks to the creators at Marvel Comics who have given me such a rich world to pull from. Specifically, Jack Kirby and Stan Lee (RIP to both of them) for creating the Black Panther character. As well as Don McGregor ("Panther's Rage" Jungle Action #6-24, 1973), Christopher Priest (Black Panther vol. 3 #1-62, 1998), Reginald Hudlin (Black Panther vol. 4 #1-38, 2005 | Black Panther vol. 5 #1-7, 2008), and Ta-Nehisi Coates (Black Panther vol. 6 #1-18,166-172, 2016) They were all very important and influential in my research and creation of the project.
  23. Hey, I've bought FM19 a couple of days ago and started downloading some League Packs, Real Name Fixes und Logo Packs. It all went fine until I've tried to install a face pack with a ton of faces. I deleted the cache and tried to reload the skin as suggested but then the game crashed and I couldn't get it started again. ("The game quit unexpectedly" - think you know that therm here already) :-( After a couple of unsuccessful attempts to fix it (Reinstalling the game, deleting the cache folder etc.) I just removed the Sports Interactive Folder and started the game again. And again: All went fine. I've added the league packs and so on again. Including the 170.whatever faces. Reloaded the skin and it crashed again. Now I've removed the Sports Interactive Folder a couple of times and started all over again (even without the faces) but it always crashes after reloading the skins. Don't know what I did wrong. Were that too many faces? But why doesn't it work without them after I started again? Hope I could it explain it understandable. Here are some of my computer details: I've already read a lot of other threads but no one could successfully help me :-( Looking forward to some expert tips. It's the first time I'm playing FM19.
  24. *Reposting in correct forum* Managed to get Buffon to sign for my Derby County team of wonderkids to add some much needed experience. Then he decides to announce his retirement for Nov 2019?! Can’t get him to change his mind even though he is playing regularly. No idea why he is retiring mid season (David Nugent also is but I was releasing him anyway), but can’t figure out how to change it in the in game editor. Just want to keep him until the end of the season, which would be normal anyway. Any ideas? Sure it must have come up before but can’t find anything.
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