Jump to content
Sports Interactive Community

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'celtic'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Football Manager General Discussion Forums
    • Football Manager General Discussion
    • Football Manager Touch General Discussion
    • Football Manager Mobile General Discussion
  • Football Manager Technical Help and Bugs Forum
    • Football Manager 2020 Bugs Forum
    • Football Manager 2020 Touch Bugs Forum
    • Football Manager Mobile Technical Help and Bugs Forum
    • FMdB Bugs Forum
    • Football Manager Previous Versions Technical Issues
    • Public Beta Forum
  • Football Manager - Help Us Make FM Even Better
    • Football Manager Feature Requests
  • Football Manager Game Help Forums
    • Tactics, Training & Strategies Discussion
    • Good Player & Team Guide
    • Editors Hideaway
    • Skinning Hideout
  • Football Manager Specific Playing Styles
    • FM Career Updates
    • Challenges, Sign-Ups & Experiments
    • FM Online Careers and Game Modes
    • FM Stories
  • Football Manager Local Language Forums
    • Football Manager Chinese Language Discussion
    • Football Manager German Language Discussion
    • Football Manager French Language Discussion
  • Eastside Hockey Manager
    • General Questions for Eastside Hockey Manager
    • Eastside Hockey Manager Bugs Forum
    • Eastside Hockey Manager FAQ and Knowledgebase
  • The Community
    • Football Manager Channels, Streams and Community Links
  • Non SI/Football Manager Related
    • Off Topic Forum
    • Football Forum
  • House Rules and Forum Guidelines
    • Hall of Fame
    • House Rules & Forum Guidelines
    • Football Thread Vault
  • Forum Software Issues
    • Forum Feedback and Known Issues
  • Reference

Categories

  • Articles
  • Other Football Game
    • More football stuff

Categories

  • Football Manager 2020
    • Getting Started
    • How To
    • Technical Support
    • Pre-Release Beta Specific Questions
  • Football Manager 2019
    • Getting Started
    • How To
    • Technical Support
    • Pre-Release Beta Specific Questions
  • Football Manager 2019 Touch
    • iOS
    • Android
    • Cross-Sync
    • Store and Unlockables
    • Nintendo Switch
  • Football Manager 2019 Mobile
    • Android
    • iOS
  • Football Manager 2018
    • Getting Started
    • How To
    • Technical Support
    • Gameplay
    • Pre-Release Beta Specific Questions
  • Football Manager Touch 2018
    • iOS
    • Android
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Cross-Sync
    • Store and Unlockables
  • Football Manager Mobile 2018
    • iOS
    • Android
  • Football Manager 2017
    • Getting Started
    • Pre-Release Beta Specific Questions
    • How To
    • Gameplay
    • Technical Support
  • Football Manager Touch 2017
  • Football Manager Mobile 2017
  • Football Manager 2016
  • Football Manager Touch 2016
  • Football Manager Mobile 2016

Categories

  • Football Manager 2020
  • Football Manager 2020 (FR)
  • Football Manager 2020 (DE)
  • Football Manager 2020 (IT)
  • Football Manager 2020 (ES)
  • Football Manager 2020 Touch
  • Football Manager 2020 Touch (FR)
  • Football Manager 2020 Touch (DE)
  • Football Manager 2020 Touch (IT)
  • Football Manager 2020 Touch (ES)
  • Football Manager Mobile 2020
  • Football Manager 2019
  • Football Manager 2019 (FR)
  • Football Manager 2019 (DE)
  • Football Manager 2019 (IT)
  • Football Manager 2019 (ES)
  • Football Manager 2019 Touch
  • Football Manager 2019 Touch (FR)
  • Football Manager 2019 Touch (DE)
  • Football Manager 2019 Touch (IT)
  • Football Manager 2019 Touch (ES)
  • Football Manager Mobile 2019
  • Football Manager 2018
  • Football Manager 2018 (FR)
  • Football Manager 2018 (IT)
  • Football Manager 2018 (ES)
  • Football Manager Touch 2018
  • Football Manager Touch 2018 (FR)
  • Football Manager Touch 2018 (IT)
  • Football Manager Touch 2018 (ES)
  • Football Manager Touch 2018 (Console)
  • Football Manager Mobile 2018
  • Football Manager 2017
  • Football Manager Touch 2017
  • Football Manager 2017 (FR)
  • Football Manager 2017 (IT)
  • Football Manager 2017 (ES)
  • Football Manager Touch 2017 (FR)
  • Football Manager Touch 2017 (IT)
  • Football Manager Touch 2017 (ES)
  • Football Manager Mobile 2017

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Biography


About Me


Interests


Favourite Team


Currently Managing

Found 10 results

  1. Coming soon... ... Stuniverse's FM20 Adventure... The adventure begins on Tuesday 19th November 2019...
  2. im having crash dumps, can anybody help, driving me crazy FM 2018 v18.1.1.1040315 (2017.11.12 04.10.21).dmp
  3. Ok, had a tactic I used in a rangers save previously and kept beating celtic, however this time it will not work, i play them in the scottish cup final and i am snookered, I have no way to beat them, I can beat almost all the other teams in the league bar an anomaly, so the results against celtic are pivotal
  4. So 3 seasons in and we're now in northern ireland. Check out my journeyman https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBOnEREpbt25BQYzn1QVKnw
  5. Eh, so this OP became very, very long. The short version is - I'm back at Celtic using a custom league set up. Last time, I allowed myself to sign players born within 30 miles of Celtic Park - this time, we're only using players from our own youth academy. The rest of this OP will go into some detail about the background and setup of this save, so if you're interested please keep reading! If not, skip this first bit Project Brave... If that doesn't make you cringe, I'm not sure what will. For those of you who don't know, Project Brave is the latest 'radical solution' designed to save Scottish football from it's current state of pretty pish-ness. It's been in the pipeline for over a year, instigated by former Manchester United forward and Director of Youth Academy, Brian McClair. McClair left United to succeed Mark Wotte as National Performance Director for the SFA, but left the role in July 2016. When it came to his replacement, well, the Scottish Football Association have truly outdone themselves - a perfect storm of nae'bdy wanting the job (Northern Ireland assistant Austin McPhee turned it down to join Ian Cathro's team at Hearts instead) and nae'bdy else willing to give him a job led to the appointment in December 2016 of... Ach well, at least he looks as bemused as the rest of us. Let's.. eh... skip assessing his credentials for the role and instead look at what the proposals mean for Scottish football. Among several other proposals, we've got: - The reduction of the number of elite academies from the current 29 to a maximum of 16, earlier reported as 8. - The possible introduction of SPFL colt teams into the pyramid system. - Scrapping the current Development League (U20s) in favour of a Reserve League system. - Relaxing the current rules to encourage the increased use of development loans for 17-21 year olds. So! For this save, I've set about putting in place some of these changes in the editor. In terms of the reduction of academies, we have added the Forth Valley Football Academy and the Fife Elite Football Academy which IRL serve Falkirk, Stenhousemuir, Stirling Uni, East Stirlingshire (Forth Valley) and Cowdenbeath, East Fife, Dunfermline, Raith Rovers (Fife Elite). These two teams have a maximum age of 18, and will participate in the U18s in place of their affiliates' youth teams. The remaining 14 slots will be made up of remaining U18 teams from the Scottish Premiership, Championship and League One. Rangers, Dumbarton, Brechin City, Peterhead, and Arbroath are however ineligible for the league. Rangers have pulled out of next seasons Development League in favour of friendlies against top teams; Dumbarton have announced they are scrapping their youth academy; Brechin, Peterhead and Arbroath don't participate in the Development League. Zero over-18 players are permitted to play in the U18s league. This year, the SPFL clubs were allowed to submit proposals for entering colt teams into the Scottish pyramid system, and the likely contenders are of course the Old Firm with Hibernian and Aberdeen also reportedly seriously considering the plan. While it would be open to all 42 clubs, the financial impact would mean that these 4 teams are likely to be the only clubs able to support 2 teams in the senior leagues. The requirements mean that they would start at the Highland/Lowland leagues level, would not be able to rise higher than League One, and would not be able to participate in the Scottish Cup or League Cup. They also have to compete at a stadium of minimum League Two Bronze standard - Celtic have reportedly already been in contact with Greenock Morton about the use of Cappielow. Aberdeen's development squad have been using Brechin City's Glebe Park, while Hibernian have likewise been using Spartan's Ainslie Park. Rangers, while mostly using Auchenhowie or Ibrox, have historically also used Broadwood Stadium in Cumbernauld for Reserve matches, and they'll play their home games there. Teams would not be able to field more than two over-21 players. In a nod to history, I've also given Celtic and Rangers' colt teams their historical names, and Rangers their historic reserve kit of black and red vertical stripes. Therefore, we have: Aberdeen Colts, Glebe Park - Highland Football League Celtic Crusaders, Cappielow Park - Lowland Football League Hibernian Colts, Ainslie Park - Lowland Football League Rangers Swifts, Broadwood Stadium - Lowland Football League In search of a way forward, we're going twenty years back (Brilliant! Where do they come up with this stuff!?) with the reintroduction of the Scottish Reserves League. In the top tier we have Reserve teams from the Premiership and Championship, however the above Colt teams do not participate. Annan and Stranraer Reserves who compete in the South of Scotland League, and Stirling University Reserves who compete in the East of Scotland League are also ineligible if they reach either of the top 2 divisions, along with Brechin, Dumbarton, Arbroath, East Fife, Montrose, Peterhead, and Stenhousemuir. The rest of the Reserve Leagues are made of tiers 3-5 in regional divisions. A maximum of five over-21 players can compete. In terms of the loan rules, I've stuck with the loan rules already existing in Scotland in terms of numbers. The difference is that while before there were limits on total players moving on loan at one time, in one season, those limits are now only for players aged over 21. Clubs are not able to sign more than two over-23 players on loan from one club. Phew... Almost there. All League and Cup histories are as accurate as possible thanks to http://www.scottish-football-historical-archive.co.uk LEAGUES As we have Reserve teams competing in the Pyramid System, I've added the Highland and Lowland Leagues into the setup, and the East of Scotland and South of Scotland Leagues below that. The pyramid system is exactly the same as in real life - so, we have the Premiership, Championship, Leagues One and Two. From League Two there is no automatic relegation to the 5th tier, however the winners of the Highland and Lowland League compete in a playoff, with the winner then facing off against the team in last place in League Two in a promotion/relegation playoff. Below the Lowland League, we have the East/South of Scotland Leagues and promotion/relegation follows this exact same system. Annan, Stranraer and Stirling Uni Reserves are not permitted promotion from tier 6, while Celtic, Rangers, Aberdeen and Hibs Reserves are not permitted promotion from tier 3. Completing the Scottish senior setup is the North Caledonian League. It sits under the Highland League, at the same level as the East/South Leagues, but there is no promotion or relegation at all from this division. Golspie Sutherland however are full SFA members and therefore compete in the Scottish Cup. CUPS Scottish Cup - 92 teams made up of all 42 from the top 4 tiers + Banks O'Dee, Linlithgow Rose, Golspie Sutherland, Glasgow University, Girvan. The remaining teams are taken from tiers five and six. Scottish League Cup - All 42 SPFL teams + winners of tier 5. Reserve teams are not permitted to compete (although lets see if that actually works out in my file - I'm not fussed if they end up competing in this competition). IRN-BRU Cup - All teams from Tiers 2-4 and four best teams from Highland/Lowland, twelve Reserve teams of the Scottish Premiership, two best teams from Ireland, Northern Ireland and Wales. N.B. In the updated version, the teams from Ireland have been corrected so that it is the 5th and 6th place teams instead (i.e. teams not in Europe). Highland, Lowland, East and South of Scotland League Cups - League Cups for their associated Leagues. South Challenge Cup - All teams from Lowland, East and South of Scotland Football Leagues. Southern Counties Cup - All South of Scotland teams + Queen of the South, Dalbeattie Star and Edusport Academy. Southern Counties Alba Cup - Lochar Thistle, Mid Annandale, Creetown, Upper Annandale, Lochmaben, Heston Rovers, Bonnyton Thistle, Abbey Vale, Nithsdale Wanderers, Dumfries YMCA ONLY if these teams are in Tier 6. Promotion excludes them from the competition. Alex Jack Cup - Tweedmouth Rangers, Heriot-Watt Uni, Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale, Ormiston, Tynecastle, Eyemouth United, Peebles Rovers, Leith Athletic ONLY if these teams are in Tier 6. South-East Scotland Cup-Winner's Shield - Super Cup for Winners of the Southern Counties Alba Cup and Alex Jack Cup. North Caledonian Cup - Mainland teams from North Caledonian League + Nairn County U20s and Elgin City U20s. I've decided to keep the U20s sides of these two teams as they only compete in North Caley FA Cup competitions. Mainland teams only, so Orkney don't qualify. Football Times Cup, and Jock Mackay Memorial Cup - North Caledonian League teams + Shetland, Lewis and Harris Select, Nairn U20 and Elgin U20. Tommy Ross Memorial Cup - Mainland teams from the North Caledonian League only. Tweedie, Potts, and Cree Lodge Cups - South of Scotland League teams only. King Cup - All East of Scotland FA teams below the 4th tier. Berwick Rangers, Edinburgh City, Hearts, Hibs and Livingston are all eligible if they fall below the 4th tier. (Livingston have actually withdrawn from the EoSFA IRL, but I'm a sucker for history). East of Scotland Qualifying Cup - Again open to all EoSFA teams below the 4th tier. Hearts, Hibs, Edinburgh City and Berwick Rangers are not eligible. East of Scotland (City) Cup - Finalists from the EoS Qualifying Cup + Edinburgh City and Berwick Rangers. North of Scotland Cup - Nairn, Brora, Clachnacuddin, Wick Academy, Invergordon, Golspie, Elgin, Forres Mechanics, Fort William, Lossiemouth, Rothes and Strathspey Thistle split East/West with the top 2 from each section qualifying for the Semi Final. Aberdeenshire Cup and Shield - Aberdeen University (Shield only), Inverurie Locos, Turriff Utd, Formartine, Banks O'Dee, Cove Rangers, Deveronvale, Huntly, Fraserburgh, Keith and Buckie Thistle. Last but not least, all transfers are accurate to the present day (26.7.17) and all clubs are in their correct divisions for the 2017/18 season. Without further ado, let's get started!
  6. Playing an online save, im Celtic my friend is Rangers and we both cant find a tactic that works ive had success with Arsenal, Leeds and ajax with ease. but this scottish league is ten times harder for some reason, i can beat shakhtar 4-1 away in champions league but draw 1-1 with Inverness can dominate the games 20+ shots but not got any goals. any help? have the best team in the league by far too but cant compete
  7. Celtic | A Squad Building Exercise | Prelude I have decided to re-write this. With the focus shifting back to squad development and tactical pragmatism. I will start with a summary of my first season and build up to where we are not with bi-annual season posts to follow. 2016/17 Season As you will have seen from the previous thread we had a very successful season. I started by navigating the UCL qualifiers and putting out Hapoel Be'er Sheeva, Partizani and Rosenborg. A good run of domestic form followed including the 9-0 thumping of Rangers and lift the League Cup with a convincing 4-1 win over St. Johnstone in the final. The UCL group stage got off to a terrible start for us. Back-to-back-to-back defeats left us bottom of the table with only 1 goal scored and 9 against. Incredibly in the games that followed we drew 2-2 with Juventus, hammered Spurs 7-1 and beat Leverkusen in Germany 3-1 to finish above them in 3rd place on the basis of goals scored. This was in the process of racking up a run of 17 games undefeated domestically. This was undone by a lack of planning and back luck as we faced Partick Thistle. A high defencive line, slow CB's and a good perforce from their keeper ended the run. We then went another 15 games without a loss domestically until priorities took over. We had went on a great UEL run knocking out the likes of Club Brugge [3-1], Schalke [a4-4]. So when it came up to fixtures around the UEL quarter-final I rested the whole squad resulting in a loss before the first leg and a draw before the second. However it was worth it when we beat Fiorentina on aggregate 2-0 to reach the semi-final. The remainder of the season we dropped just 2 points and lifted the Scottish Cup with a win over Hearts. In the UEL semi-final we came up against high-flying Athletic Bilbao. A ruling 180 minutes saw us take the tie 3-2 on aggregate thanks to a James Forrest equaliser in the home leg. In the final we lined up against Man Utd. I did my homework, got the tactics and line-up right (or so I thought). We were more that a match for the as we came back from 2-0 down at half time to take the match all the way to penalties. Our luck ran out in the final. We came up against the side that would finish 3 points off the EPL title and we took them all the way to penalties. When you take everything into consideration we had a great season. We showed that we can make an impact in Europe and not just there to make up the numbers. Domestically we wrapped up the treble with ease. We won the Scottish Premiership by 18 points, with us scoring 92 goals along the way. It will be a tough season to top but a challenge I look forward to. Transfers I only made one signing during my first transfer window. Diego Poyet arrived on a free transfer but was quickly loaned out along wit a few other players to reduce the wage bill. Then came the January window and in come two new faces. Julian Green joined from Bayern Munich meeting all signing criteria that I had set, and all at the bargain price of £950k. We needed an extra forward as I only had Leigh Griffiths and Moussa Dembele, the were both playing very well but the amount of fixtures coming up one injury could have caused problems. He could also offer cover on the left wing. As I lucked out getting in a quick CB - Rob Holding opted for Swansea and Jerry St. Juste was not for sale. I went down another route and brought in a FB who could cover CB for a fee of £3.8million - Linus Wahlqvist. This meant he or Mikel Lustig could cover CB when more pace is needed. Several players left the first team ranks notably Cristian Gamboa [£1.5 mil to Marseille], Nir Bitton [£3 mil to Marseille], Efe Ambrose and Kris Commons [free].
  8. Every time I save a game and come to play another day an error appears "Save game could not be loaded", this has occurred every time I start a new game and is starting to get frustrating not being able to continue a save. I have tried many "fixes" such as locating the save and restoring previous versions, I have also tried saving the game over same games that haven't yet crashed still without success. I was wondering if anyone knows a temporary fix or when this will be addressed, cheers.
  9. I was wondering how the funding works in this game and with Scottish football, Im playing an online game with my friends, im managing Rangers, hes managing Celtic First season in the Celtic board announced plans to expand the stadium spending 90 million, a bit unrealistic. fast forward to end of season, the the budgets for the 2nd season are given, I managing Rangers got giving £40,000 (£40k) and Celtic got 50 MILLION, again massively unrealistic funds for Celtic. So in total, after spending 16m first season on transfers, then 90 million on stadium, then given 50 million for 2nd season first transfer window, thats £156 million Celtic are spending wtf are these funds?
  10. A series of guides for Scottish Football will appear in this link. Today we start with Celtic.
×
×
  • Create New...