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  1. #MRT90BRASIL - FM18 Featuring: National First Division National Second Division National Third Division National Fourth Division (with qualification via State Championships) State Championships Brazilian Cup Northeast Cup Copa Verde State cups Subscribe to download and automatically get the future updates: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1199024380 Use in conjunction with the revised South American competitions to avoid fixture congestion: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1207168441 Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mrt90fm Support us on Apoia.se: https://apoia.se/mrt90fm
  2. Aye guys, I asked an earlier question about what new team to start with, and have decided to managed in a south american team, 'most likley from argentina or brazil'. I am not a huge expert in these league, so I would appreciate help on some topics. 1) What team should I start with-I would prefer one with alot of youth prospects 2) Some very cheap young players- as to my knowledge, teams in south america dont have a great starting budget 3)Just any tips-as I normally manage a big club in Europe, so any tip would be great Cheers!
  3. This is the Brazilian squad: Brazil's games in the group stage: Brazil's probable lineup: Alisson; Danilo, Thiago Silva, Miranda, Marcelo; Casemiro, Paulinho; Willian, Coutinho, Neymar; Gabriel Jesus.
  4. This is my first attempt of a career update on this site, and it's going to be about the career of a single player rather than a club or manager. More precisely, the career of a striker. The goal? Well goals, actually. 1,000 of them at the very least, and hopefully setting new goal scoring records for both real life and Football Manager! Brazilian legend Pelé is obviously the man to beat here: his goalscoring record is often reported by FIFA as being 1281 goals in 1363 games (numbers might slightly differ depending on different sources, but we'll take this one for good). Other iconic strikers have allegedly accomplished this incredible achievement: the likes of Arthur Friedenreich, Romario and Tulio Maravilha are all said to have scored over 1,000 career goals (it's worth to note that these figures also include goals scored in friendly matches, youth matches and other non-official matches). It's no coincidence that these strikers were all Brazilian and scored most of their goals in Brazil: this is because Brazil has a history of producing world class, prolific strikers and also because clubs in Brazil tend to play about one million matches every season! I guess it takes a Brazilian to beat a Brazilian, so this particular career will take place in the city of Teresina, state of Piauí, home of River Atlético Clube. I took over River in january 2018 the second they were promoted to Série C (lowest playable league in FM). I have an affinity with this club from past editions of the game, I always have a preference for starting in lower leagues, plus I like the club's name and colors. Also, River play in a weak state championship, the unfashionable Campeonato Piauiense, which means every year we have 18 games against pretty poor opponents (usually Série D or lower). Which means our unnamed striker will use these games as a shameless chance to boost his tally. Yeah it's lame, but is it worse than counting obscure friendlies like Pelé and his pals did? Probabaly yes... With non-stop action from january to december, and having already won consecutive promotions to Série A, the total number of matches per season should fluctuate from a minimum of 64 to a maximum of 82 depending on cup runs (unfortunately if we qualify for Copa Libertadores we stop entering the regional Copa do Nordeste, another juicy 12 matches). The weak Campeonato Piauiense (taking place january-may, just before the start of national divisions) should allow me to introduce my designated striker at (very) early age, and boost his development as well as his tally before a much harder Série A campaign The process of identifying the perfect candidate has already begun, of course this has to be a long-term goal (wink wink) but want to start this as soon as possible. And in fact I already have!
  5. I have a save on FM and I am on third season now (2019). I am coaching SPO (São Paulo) team in Brazilian First Division and this season I was invited to coach also Brazilian national team. I am facing a crash dump error. The situation is according to the following: 1- My 1st match for Brazilian national team is scheduled for the same date as SPO matches against Santos on Brazilian national cup semi finals. 2- I play the match with brazilian national team normally 3- When I go to the warmup of SPO match, after team prelection, I click on start match and than crash dump appears. 4- Crash damp happens all the time in this exactly same moment 5- I tried to take a one-day vacation and skip this date and so far no crash dump. 6- after the 1st crash dump now during every matches players name are not showing up anymore. A soup of letters instead of the real player names I want to fix my crash dump instead to need to take vacation and skip these matches. They are really importante to my save (importante matches) NOTE: Very important to let you know I have done the recommended procedure to clear cache, delete preferences and check cache. FM 2018 v18.2.1.1051982 (2018.01.13 17.20.04).dmp FM 2018 v18.2.1.1051982 (2018.01.13 17.46.09).dmp FM 2018 v18.2.1.1051982 (2018.01.15 20.53.21).dmp
  6. Brazil is locked this year. again. code selling websites are refunding now because even real keys wont even activate the game.. what are we supposed to do?
  7. Brazil is locked this year. again. code selling websites are refunding now because even real keys wont even activate the game... The only real way to play the game, even with money to buy it, is to pirate it? that's it? what are we supposed to do?
  8. MRT90 BRASIL REAL FOR FM 2017 National First Division National Second Division National Third Division National Fourth Division State Championships Brazilian Cup Northeast Cup Copa Verde South-Minas-Rio Cup State Cups How to download: Subscribe on this link: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=880538614
  9. Hi, Im playing as Ceara (started in Brazil league C) that i have got promoted and built up. They are now champions of Serie A in Brazil and have been entering (and sometime winning the Copa Libertadores). MY problem is this.................. In all previous seasons where I won the Brazil Serie A and entered the Copa Libertadores, all rounds loaded ok and the game successfully worked well all the way through to the final, with the winner being entered into the Club World Cup In Season 2031 I found myself playing in the Preliminarys for the competition despite winning the league the year before . The on 05/03/2031 (5th March 2031) during the 2nd Prelim Round 2nd Leg I won and the competition would not load any more fixtures. The game did not complete this season Copa Libertadores and there were no more games for that entire season!!!! The is also no winner for 2031 being shown under 'past winners' of the compeition. Im now in the next season and under 'COMPETITIONS' on the left side menu the fixtures from the previous season are still be displayed!? Help me please, what has happened and how can this be resolved.
  10. The last years there have been some excellent databases for Brazil, including 2nd tier state championships and so on, as far as I remember. But I have not seen one for 2017. (Perhaps due to the license issues, and it is/was hard to get the game in Brazil?) Anyone know of a good database with Serie D and 2nd tier State Championships for the current 2017 version? Thanks in advance - and I was not sure which part of the forum to use for this.
  11. I had used some real name editor data, it worked when I started a new game. However, after I saved the game and restart the game, the club names changed back into 3 letters. However can I solve this problem?
  12. Please explain how we could get the game since it is not available for Brazil ? There are forums and sites with football manager content in Brazil and would like clarification . Thank you so much.
  13. I just spent all morning editing the team names and jerseys for the top two divisions in Brazil. When I load the game, the names aren't changing. It's weird, my changes to the jerseys and team colors are there, but the team name is still the abbreviated one. Is there something hard coded into the game that doesn't allow you to change their names? I've never encountered something like this with the editor before.
  14. Before I begin, I’d like to say that I’m heavily inspired by tactic threads made by the likes of Cleon, Ozil To The Arsenal and Herne. I’ve always loved the depth that they provide in their write-ups and their tactical know-how when it comes to Football Manager games. I’ve always wanted to do a write up on a formation, whether it be a formation I created myself (I may write about how my Torino 4-4-2 changed to a 4-1-4-1, but I doubt many are interested) or, both more interestingly and more challenging, a historical tactic. Obviously, there are many historical tactics that have already been created in FM. Ozil has already done an Invincibles 4-4-2, Sachi’s 4-4-2 and Cruyff’s 3-4-3 Diamond. Cleon has written at length about The Brazillian 4-2-2-2 Box Formation, and countless other pieces on various styles of football. However, I’ve found myself wanting to emulate a tactic from around the time I first started watching football. Also, please note that I am using FM15, however feel free to try and replicate in FM16 or, if it comes out before this thread is complete, FM17. Introducing: LUIZ FELIPE SCOLARI’S 3-4-2-1 (Note: In some images, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho switch sides. However, Rivaldo is always more advanced than Ronaldinho) There are a number of articles showcasing Big Filipe’s tactic. The two main ones I’ve found are on thisisanfield.com (less depth) and zonalmarking.net (Zonal Marking level depth). Obviously, you’re all familiar with Zonal Marking, it is arguably the best website for tactical analysis. Of course, that is where I will be basing a lot of my information. DEFENCE: You can see the basic shape from the image above (courtesy of ThisisAnfield.com), however there’s a lot more than meets the eye. Here’s a passage about the defence from Zonal Marking: This lead to Brazil having many shapes in their defensive line: Two at the back, three at the back, four at the back and five at the back, depending on the situation. The two central midfielders then provided cover infront of the defence, with Kleberson roaming around while Gilberto holds his position. Here are a few real life examples of this from The 2002 World Cup Final, Brazil vs Germany. In this example, Brazil are defending with five men at the back. Edmilson has dropped back into the defensive line and both Cafu and Roberto Carlos flank Roque Junior and Lucio to form a five man defence. Gilberto acts as an invisible wall while Kleberson, the more mobile midfielder Kleberson, closes down the man in possession. He wins the ball and feeds Ronaldinho, who has dropped deep to receive the ball and launch a counter attack. This is a bad example as you cannot see the defensive line, but right now there are 8 Brazillian players in view. This means that the three remaining players, the goalkeeper and the two defenders, are off camera. This means they’ve formed a two at the back. However, as Rivaldo has just lost possession, you can see Edmilson making his way back to strengthen the defensive line, forming three at the back. Finally, in this example, Cafu and Carlos have dropped back to form four at the back. Another player (who I can’t recognize) sits infront of the defensive line, performing the ‘invisible wall’ role that Gilberto is so well renowned for. ATTACK: We’ve already read above that the wing backs are given free reign of the wings. However, we haven’t spoken much about the attack in this line up: the trident of Rivaldo, Ronaldinho and Ronaldo. The Three Rs. Before we talk about these three players, I’m going to tell you watch this video that I’ve linked below. It’s a six minute long video showing every single goal which Brazil scored during The World Cup Finals: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-kZyTfmOHw Noticed something? One thing you should notice is that the large majority of goals come from wide areas. Almost all of the goals come from crosses from the wings, including two of Brazil’s most memorable goals: Edmilson’s bicycle kick vs Costa Rico and Ronaldo throwing himself at the ball to score against Turkey. Wide play and exploitation of the flanks should definitely be an instruction when it comes to replicating our tactic. Also, while we’re on the topic of Edmilson, he has to charge forward aswell as cover back, a role which is hard to replicate in the game. I’ll cover this more in a later piece: The Defensive Midfielder vs The Half Back. So, now I’ll quote this brief passage describing The Three R’s. The first part of the passage does not help much. After all, it is our basic shape. Ronaldinho acts as the prime creator, while Rivaldo acts as an aggressive attacking midfielder or maybe even a second striker. Rivaldo’s role will probably the second hardest to replicate behind Edmilson, as there are many roles which could replicate how he could play. Experimentation will have to be done, and I will write more about this in another part The Attacking Midfielder vs The Shadow Striker vs The Deep Lying Forward. Ronaldo acts as the most attacking player, and for such a complete player as himself, there is only one role for him. The second passage however, notes something very important, and it does help when it comes to replicating the tactic in FM. When you use something like Very Fluid and Attacking, it makes the entire team attacking from back to front. There should only really be three attacking players, The Three Rs. The rest should be mainly focused on defending. Keeping the two central midfielders in primarily defensive positions is vital. Let the trident do the work, and then remain firm at the back. The wing backs can be used to devastating effect in attack, but they have to help out in defence to the form that 5 at the back that we want. Even the Edmilson role should be primarily defensive before supporting and attacking. ________________________________________ Next part, I’m actually going to start getting into the Football Manager side of things. I’ll be playing as Santos and I’ll post what tactic I’m starting with, why I’m using those roles and instructions, etc. Hopefully, ya’ll will remain interested!
  15. I had deleted licensing files (and installed a third-party fix file) before I started a new game, and Brazilian club names were properly fixed. However, yesterday I noticed that the 3-letter club names (e.g., FLA instead of Flamengo) came back. Any way to fix this (in my current game)?
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