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  1. CLUB DETAILS HISTORY FACILITIES MANAGEMENT Aloysius Paulus Maria "Louis" van Gaal OON (born 8 August 1951) is a Dutch football manager and former player. He was formerly manager of Ajax, Barcelona, AZ Alkmaar, Bayern Munich, the Netherlands and Manchester United. Van Gaal is one of the most decorated managers in world football, having won 20 major honours in his managerial career. Before his career as a coach, Van Gaal played as a midfielder for Royal Antwerp, Telstar, Sparta Rotterdam, Ajax and AZ. He is also a fully qualified physical education teacher and has worked as such at high schools during various stages of his career as a semi-professional footballer. "Louis van Gaal, who as a defensive midfielder for Sparta Rotterdam in the late 1970s was said to resemble “a slug on sandpaper”, or a medieval knight clunking around in a full suit of armour. Tall, bolt upright, he ran, in the words of one spectator, “as if he’d swallowed an umbrella” and would direct games from the centre circle, recycling possession, barking instructions at his team-mates and rolling his eyes at their technical shortcomings regardless of their seniority. He was not only a control freak but a battler, too, his flattened nose testimony to his fearlessness in attacking aerial balls with his “Minotaur noggin”." TACTICS + PHILOSOPHY I have picked two shapes well used by Louis van Gaal. In his prior spell at AZ, bringing them the league title, Louis used a more direct 4-4-2 shape. But with the current selection of players, the 4-2-3-1 and 4-3-3 look like the best fit. The variation in the midfield diamond allow for more flexibility depending on the opponent players and the players available. Louis' obsession is with the reality of being sucker-punched by faster opponents who exploit the space in behind a high pressing 'Total Football' unit to break out. As such, this later phase Louis Van Gaal football starts from a negative premise that his teams must be super secure against turnovers in possession through a very deliberate, orchestrated style of secure, possession obsession build-up play. He wants to move the opponents defenders around through passing in front of them until they break their discipline and leave a gap to exploit. It is a war of attrition, death by 1,000 cuts. To Louis, the collective and the team is more important than the individual. So a cautious mentality is taken along with instructions that ensure patient build up play. Another priority is to keep good shape with and without the ball, so the team is organized and ready in a structurally sound shape incase of losing possession. Risks are kept to a minimum, the priority is to keep the ball and more direct counter attacking play is only used when necessary. Play is stretched when in possession by use of the 'Wider' instruction, so we can look to switch play and use the whole of the pitch in order to help dominate possession. The defensive shape is preferred to be more narrow, so the team is compact and structurally sound. The philosophy remains to play out of the back and keep the ball, but certain things can change depending on the scenario. For example, if an opponent decides to park the bus and look to counter attack, then we will lower our defensive line and line of engagement whilst increasing our urgency to press, so the opponent is forced to take risks and is lured into a trap. There are may also be a case, if we are behind, we will remain patient but we will place less emphasis on holding a shape when in possession in order to allow for more opportunity to counter attack more directly if needed by removing 'Hold shape' to default 'Both'. Ideally the players need to be tactically intelligent and technically capable across all positions. This type of football requires the core attributes of good intelligence and decision making as well as first touch and passing ability, as we look to keep the ball and force the opponent into an error. Stamina is important for the urgency within our press, but other physical traits are not so important as the basic technical and tactical. Preseason training will focus heavily on bringing the players up to speed with the tactical philosophy and ensure the players know the system well. Fitness will be improved by match practice and friendly matches. AZ FIRST TEAM JONG AZ EXPECTATIONS This season I am not aiming to challenge for the title. But still, our aim is to win every game. In any case, this year is about introducing the philosophy and developing a squad which is very young, but full of promise. The adjustment to the philosophy may take some time. I am lucky to have many great youngsters at my diposal, many who have been with the club since youth level. I will give many opportunities to these youngsters even if that comes with a risk. AZ have also qualified for a Europa League spot, but will have to play three two-leg ties in order to qualify. My short-term goal is to qualify for this tournament as it will allow more opportunity for the young players. There are even some players in Jong AZ who I will look to give time too, so squad depth will not be a problem.
  2. Sankt Pauli: It Doesn't Matter If You're A Prinz or a Prinzess So here I am with my first FM19 save; of course I couldn't wait for full release so Beta it is . I've decided to do something a little different and changed sex! For me there was only one club that I could see pioneering a female manager (and taking it seriously, Clermont). St. Pauli enjoys a certain fame for the left-leaning character of its supporters: most of the team's fans regard themselves as anti-racist, anti-fascist, anti-homophobic and anti-sexist. The organisation has adopted an outspoken stance against racism, fascism, sexism, and homophobia and has embodied this position in its constitution. St. Pauli were the first club in Germany to integrate a set of Fundamental Principles to dictate how the club is run. The Fundamental Principles were passed by an overwhelming majority at the St. Pauli Congress in 2009 and they go beyond solely football. The first five Principles states that: – "In its totality, consisting of members, staff, fans and honorary officers, St. Pauli FC is a part of the society by which it is surrounded and so is affected both directly and indirectly by social changes in the political, cultural and social spheres." – "St. Pauli FC is conscious of the social responsibility this implies, and represents the interests of its members, staff, fans and honorary officers in matters not just restricted to the sphere of sport." – "St. Pauli FC is the club of a particular city district, and it is to this that it owes its identity. This gives it a social and political responsibility in relation to the district and the people who live there." – "St. Pauli FC aims to put across a certain feeling for life and symbolises sporting authenticity. This makes it possible for people to identify with the club independently of any sporting successes it may achieve. Essential features of the club that encourage this sense of identification are to be honoured, promoted and preserved." – "Tolerance and respect in mutual human relations are important pillars of the St. Pauli philosophy. My aim is to bring success to St Pauli under the guidance of Birgit Prinz, but in such a way that supports the principles above. We will be giving young local talent a chance whilst also embracing internationals from around the world and going forward as a sustainable, financially viable club. FM19, bring it on!
  3. Hi guys, So i have recently started an arsenal save, and am going into my second season with Arsenal, with about 60mil in the transfer budget. At the moment I need a striker to replace auba, who is amazing, but in the next year or two, I fear will downgrade drastically. So what I need is a striker who has his same characteristics, fast, and good at finishing, but ideally someone young. At the moment I am torn between getting Werner, or giving Eddie Nketiah a go upfront, so any help or ideas are welcome! (Also suggestions for fullbacks that develop well within 2 years would be good as well!)
  4. I always dreamt that I am gonna be a manager. Now as I graduate from university at my home town and found out that I don’t want to work in businness, the perfect moment came to step into the managerial carrier. I learnt Business Administration and Management in Pécs, Hungary, in English. In my spare time I took the National C coaching licence, and worked as an assistant for a friend of mine in Grassroots level. This was fun, and I really enjoyed every minute and I learned so much about football and about the teams. As I graduated, I counted my saved money, and found out that It could be enough to survive for a few months in any country. It was Monday, 21st of May eating my oatmeal for breakfast. And the moment came when I decided to make action and seeking a job in full time or part-time, but the full-time one is preferred of course. Footy is an universal language so I guessed that I would apply to any opportunities regardless of country or language spoken. English will help me out, and I can learn a new language or two quite easily. I made my registration to LinkedIn hoping to find opportunities. There were some advertisements from all over the world, mainly from Poland, and Denmark. Three of them were interesting to me, but I only applied to GKS Katowice and Tarup-Paarup Idrætsforening. The first one was a level above me I knew but i wanted to give it a try. The other one is an amateur/ semi-pro club so basically a good start to my carrier. Limited sources and limited players, but I can acquire enough experience to step above later. As I expected GKS Katowice rejected me, but the Danish Club accepted my application. The only constraint in the situation that they cannot pay me enough to work full-time. I have to start to look for a part-time job. Later I can quit it if TPI offers me a full-time contract or I can move onward to a bigger club. This is enough for an introduction, next time I would like to speak about my philosophy and ideas that I would like to implement at the club, and throughout my carrier.
  5. HI I'm trying to edit my favorite skin from fm 2018 but im new and dont know how to do . i have 4 problems I need to remove top photo , reduce red size from brackground , move just little information about player and change color from middle box Someone can help me ?
  6. Hi I'm trying to edit my favorite skin from fm 2018 but im new and dont know how to do . i just have 2 problems I need to remove top photo and change colour from second image Someone can help me ?
  7. Why was FM17 's new 2d camera angle removed and then never came back? It was pretty good.
  8. Please Mr. Devs consider this idea: Can we please add the drible "Step Over" into the game? It can't be that difficult... In every game in real life i see players do it, especially the wingers, would be a great eye candy, instead the player just try to run with the ball through the player, or make that stop in front of another player... it's a given movement in every game i see of football. I watched the FM19 stream the other day and it was veeeeeery similar to FM18. Please add some eye candy and realistic movement to the game that is "Step Over" Drible. Thank you. Hope hear something from you guys, even if its a "No" :/ Some Examples:
  9. Hey all! Since FM16, and every game since, I've been doing a save with Bragança - a 3rd division club from Portugal - taking it all the way to the top! I am pretty excited about the new features and can't wait to see how this save might work in FM19. Would anyone be interested on following me during this save? I'd like to share my tips for taking a low league club to the top league and then how to get to top club in the world. Also keen to learn the new features and share my spin on them... Leave your comments below P.S.: Hey you Bragança fans out there!
  10. JB on FM football manager youtuber , Regular uploads, Journey , Banter, FM talk and all things FM fans love, current Series of episodes with - Portsmouth FC CHECK IT OUT HERE .......... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpZiJWtST91188TbNXw7FDg?view_as=subscriber CHECK out twiter - https://twitter.com/JBonFM Instagram - jbonfm LIKE SHARE --- SUBSCRIBE !! : )
  11. Hi guys i need your help here,i heard from a greek journalist that next nations league will give 4 places for WC 2022 and other 9 will be from WC Quilifiers(9 groups with 6 nations,1st place team quilify for WC) is that true and official?And if it is it will include to fm19?Thanks..
  12. https://community.sigames.com/messenger/78625/?tab=comments#comment-1456 In this link, you will find my wishlist for football manager 2019, please message me if you feel there are any issues with it.
  13. Well i think it's that time of the year when we're all anxious about the next FM release... What improvements and features would you like to see in FM19? My suggestions: Dynamic regens - based on the history and management of the club over several years attracting good and or less competent regens to the club etc. Better match engine and graphics - this is obvious. I know we wont see it change all that much in FM19 but it's important for immersion. Captain shout-outs - Allowing or nominating the captain of the team to instruct further instructions on the pitch. That''s all i can think of for now. I'll edit if more comes to mind.
  14. So it looks like a Winter break will be added to the 2019 - 2020 season. Premier League. Will this be added to FM2019? Or rolled into a patch for FM18?
  15. Hello, my fellow managers, how has your day been? Good, well, brace in, get another cup of coffee if needed, because I'm going to be telling you some changes that I want to see in the next version of FM! By some changes, I mean a lot of changes! You may be wondering why I am talking about Football Manager 2019 when it is about 6 months away, I feel that there is no such thing as too early to talk about change when it is needed! Now, let's crack on! *= Urgent, MUST HAPPEN ASAP! Wishlist: A change I would like to see made to All platforms for FM (Full version, Touch, Mobile): *Option to offer an assist bonus to players in contract negotiations - In real life, midfielders who don't score as often as strikers are offered assist bonuses to entice them. If Football Manager wants to retain its selling point as a game that is as close to reality as possible, then this change should be implemented in the next version of the game! Addition of Backstory to Managers: Position they played in their career, which could influence what badges could be attained, Personalities, Managerial styles, Marital Status, Relationships with other managers and players, etc. More interaction with fans- In the next version of FM19, I would like to be able to make decisions that impact the supporters of the club I manage, for example, if I decide to raise ticket prices, that should have a negative impact on my relationship with the fans, depending on their affluence rating. Changes to FM Touch Exclusively: *Ability to buy an In-Game Editor that manipulates the details/attributes of players, managers (including your own), staff, chairmen, fanbases, stadiums, awards, and tournaments or if a player completes some kind of challenge, the unlockable should be offered up for free! I don't mean to be insulting when I say this, but how does it make sense for me to be able to buy an in-game editor on the mobile version, yet not on the Touch version? I believe that the ability to buy this unlockable should be accessible to all platforms of FM! Press Conferences for Important Matches, such as Derbies and Cup Competitions, new signings, as well as occasional tunnel interviews! Changes to FM Mobile: More attributes provided in a profile of a player, more specifically, set-piece attributes. In a scouting report of a player, I can see the player's proficiency when referring to set-pieces, yet I cannot see their attributes. I hope this is changed in FMM 19, but it's nothing urgent! Ability to create a manager that is younger than 46.
  16. Just a quick suggestion. I noticed in real life that are cash prizes given in each league depending on the finish position. For example, the Portuguese Premier League gives £40M to the winner, and less so for each other team down the grid. I wonder if this is something FM will add into their game next year, it would make the game much more realistic and exciting!!
  17. Simple. Add commentary in FM 19 will take the game to an whole new level. Sick to death over hearing the crowds over and over same noise.
  18. Would love to see more aggressive/harsh media articles in the game, much like we do in real life. The media play a huge part in the modern game and it would be great to see that reflected in the FM world. We already see glimpses of this when the media tend to put pressure on your squad/team selections. However, in terms of media slander, we dont see much of it in the game. An example of this, would be if the club have become stale, or in a terrible run of form and the media start jumping on the band wagon - Especially when at the more reputable clubs & International management. Would it be possible to have headlines/articles of fans calling for managers to be sacked/replaced? Fans disliking the playing style or transfer business? Would it possible to see terms like ''DISASTER'' , ''IT STINKS'' , ''HUMILIATING'' , ''NO WAY OUT'' ... or even fan protests/not turning upto games? In recent years, we have seen alot of these stories - Wenger/Arsenal, Jose/Chelsea, Moyes/LVG/United, Hodgson/England and so on - it would be refreshing to see the pressures that come with managing at the top top level reflected in the games media. In addition to this could we see more realistic language around player transfers. I would also like to see an improvement in the general news articles that surround the in-game footballing world. In particular the lack of structure around Breaking News ... I feel the Breaking News should be ever present during the transfer windows, and also when a manager is sacked/resigned/appointed. Possibly have a Breaking News topic in Yellow in your inbox when something major has happened in the game. Instead of just bland ''ARSENAL SACK SMITH'' ... why not have a Breaking News article in Yellow ''BREAKING NEWS: TOM SMITH SACKED BY ARSENAL'' with an article on the story. For transfers ''BREAKING NEWS: TOMMY SMITH ARRIVES FOR MEDICAL'' .... ''BREAKING NEWS: CHELSEA AGREE SMITH FEE'' again with an article on the how the deal unfolded. I have many more ideas on this topic, however do not want to ramble on too much. Would love to hear your views on this. Regards
  19. Passion4FM , an acronym for Passion for Football Manager (formerly known as My Passion 4 Football Manager) celebrated 1 year running the day the official Football Manager 2014 announcement where released. We got approved as Sports Interactive Fansite some days ago, and looking forward to the release of Football Manager 2014 by building upon the work of our in-depth guides and tutorials, that already exists. To talk a little about myself, I'm 31 (soon 32) years old, born in Norway and have played Football Manager almost half my life (since 14/15) - when FM was called Championship Manager. I've played it almost from the first edition, and could be described as a FM addict, as I play it every day. Some will claim I'm a sports addict, but I consider myself as a sports interested guy; football, cycling, running and winter sports. Passion4FM started as a blog to help every level of Football Manager fans and provide you with "all you need to know" to succeed by sharing of my long time Football Manager experience. I guess everyone has a heart for a special element of the game; mine is finding new wonderkids, scouting and creating tactics that replicates certain famous playing styles, such as the Tiki-Taka tactic. Since Football Manager 2013 where released we have walked our dedicated followers and visitors through training, tactics, team management and staff and player recommendations. We have covered everything related to training - from individual training to training intensity as well as providing you our tips for match tactics adoption (read touchline instructions, opposition instructions) and scouting. We have covered a lot of guides, (too many to highlight and show here!), since day one, and we will of course give you more guides and articles in the coming year specially targeted for Football Manager 2014, in additional to give you more about what we already have covered for FM 2013. Since we cover everything Football Manager related, you can now download exclusive skins and graphics, shortlists and filters to find the best coaches and staff. Since I love to find new wonderkids both in RL and in FM, we have written some articles both on emerging talents in additional to sharing my own personal shortlist of Football Manager 2013 wonderkids and talents. We hope our (sometimes long) and in-depth articles will be of any help and that you find them interesting. Hopefully Passion4FM can become a site for everyone who have a passion for the beloved game. I would also like others to contribute on the website with their knowledge and experience to make the guides and articles as in-depth and worthy as possible. So you are free to share your own experience and knowledge either by guest writing or commenting in the articles. My final aim is to see you succeed, and see new generations playing the game that's special for me. Hopefully this is your aim to! You can find Passion4FM at Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook and Youtube Subscribe, drop by and say hey, at least! or recommend us to your friends! Have a great weekend Espen
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