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  1. Liu Wenzhe in 2010 (one year before his death) The man in the photo will be unknown to most if not all of you, he is none other than Liu Wenzhe the first chinese chess player to beat a western grandmaster in a chess game. It happened in 1978, Mr. Wenzhe defeated his rival in a 20 move miniature (most chess games start by move 20), an agressive and unorthodox strategy answered by overly passive means led to this historic triumph for the man who would become the father of the Chinese Chess school. A chess school is a philosophy that regiments the way a player plays chess, until the start of this our 21st century the soviet chess chool dominated the chess world but thanks to the state-backed efforts of Liu Wenzhe a great generation of chinese players has arrived in full force with the last women chess champions all being chinese and Ding Liren (The chinese champion) ranked nº3 in the world and taken seriously as a candidate for the world championship. In 2003 Wenzhe wrote a 200 page book called the The Chinese School of Chess where he explained his training methods and game philosophy that led to China's meteoric rise in the chess world. I recently finished reading it and asked myself: How far could china go if they dedicated great efforts at excelling in football? When this question of mine combined with my desire to manage a team outside of europe this thread was born. Welcome to the Chinese Super League. the highest division of professional football in china. The Chinese Super League has some very interesting rules: The league is composed of 16 teams with the bottom 2 being relegated to the first division and the top 3 playing the asian champions cup (a 4th team will battle its way in the playoff round). During matches there you can only field 3 foreign players and must field an U23 chinese player. There can be no foreign goalkeepers and the first tiebreak is not the goal difference or the number of goals scored but the results of the reserve team. Because Liu Wenzhe started his career in Beijing I decided to manage them rather than the bigger Guangzhou. The league's rules were clearly designed with the idea of promoting young chinese talents and that is just what I intend to do during this save. Welcome to Beijing Guoan Football club. Founded in 1992 it has only won the chinese super league once in 2009. It plays in The workers stadium a big stadium with capacity for 66000 people. Despite the lack of silverware in recent times Beijing is one of the biggest clubs in china and there is a lot of potential in the club with enviable finances, good facilities and some young promises already in the reserves. The club is blessed with the presence of 4 foreign players in its squad: Cédric Bakambu, Jonathan Viera, Renato Augusto and jonatan Soriano. On the national side of the squad the main players are Zhang Xizhe and Chi Zhongguo. The reserve teams have potential future players such as Liang Shaowen, Aysan Kadir, Wu Guichao and Guo Quanbo. All of these people will be introduced to you in due time. The goal of this project is the raise the status of chinese football through time, improving the quality of chinese players and the national team until the can dominate Asia and challenge the west such as chinese chess players have done. In order to do this I have taken charge of both Beijing and the chinese national team. But how can such a thing be done? It won't be an easy task and this is going to be perhaps my longest save ever and also the hardest both in terms of demands and scale. Liu Wenzhe highlights several factors as critical in the birth of the Chinese School of Chess: Support from society: Football is already pretty popular in china with chinese clubs boasting big stadiums and a growing reputation in world football. However stadiums are not entirely full and some work should be done in this area. Continental triumphs should help here. Tradition: Whilst during the Han Dinasty a primitive game similar to footbal was played modern football was introduced quite late in china. This is a disadvantage because it means that we will have to catch up with the current footballing powers who enjoy a long history of triumphs in the sport. System of training: Chinese clubs facilities and staff are not amongst the best in the world but the money exists to change that. Coaching: foreign coaches will have to be signed in order to improve the quality of chinese players. and the most important factor of all: A constellation of talent: Aa group consisting of five or more individuals that could be considered geniuses at what they do and mark the way forward in a particular field, both the women and men chess teams in china found this individuals but chinese football lacks as of now this "Constellation of Talent". It is going to take a lot of time to improve the facilities at Beijing, recruit good enough coaches and improve the reputation of chinese football and even more time before I see the fruits of my labour but if things go my way this could be my most rewarding save in a Football Manager game to date. In my next post I will try to translate the principles of play developed by the chinese chess school into a footballing philosphy that I can implement at Beijing,
  2. I'm coaching Wuhan in China. The city is the epicenter of the corona flu epidemic. I then saw this. Coincidence?!...
  3. 请看图: 我在阵容注册时添加了五名外援,其中一名是中国香港人,但是他并不享受图中我圈住的内援政策。 请及时更改,谢谢。
  4. 现在是只要一个u23在场上,换人就是换一个u23可以了 但是游戏里要求3个,换的也是u23.大名单就要6个了,差太多了。 不对啊
  5. 这是游戏里广东联队名单, 可以看到只有陈志钊是广州富力的,剩下的都是香港联赛的 正常的广东队名单应该都是广东人才是,再FM2019里还算正确,这FM2020又错了。
  6. 中超球队乱买外援,很多队都是10个左右 内援:几乎全是买的U23球员, 大年龄的国脚无人问津,都是到期自由转会。 中甲:外援水平过低,新升级球队不买外援 存档已经存到云端:peak测试v1.0
  7. 在野度假到2024年,研究了下中国联赛转会,发下一下问题。 内援,买卖的都是20岁左右的小将, 超过23岁的现金交易几乎没有,有也是自由球员加盟,这似乎不太合理吧,现实中每年至少有3,4个国脚级别转会吧,不知道是否跟U23政策有关系。 外援,中超买卖外援过于疯狂,很多球队都是7,8个外援, 中甲外援交易冷谈,尤其刚升级球队几乎不买外援
  8. 具体规则是怎么样的,是不是连续5年就可以了? 现实有了规划球员了
  9. 2018赛季开始游戏(赋闲在家),2019赛季发生的事情,没有出现该情况前的存档。
  10. 出价前俱乐部就已经知道人数超过限制了,但还是会报价,导致转会失败。
  11. Does anyone know a link to a page created to remove registration rules from certain leagues such as the Chinese Super League or the Saudi Arabian league? It would make the game much more fun with the money they have in those leagues. If you don't know a link, is there a youtuber or person on twitter who can make this happen? Thanks
  12. This save will follow the managerial career of Matt Hart as he bids to help launch China into a global superpower in football, with the long term aim being to lead China to a World Cup win and have world class Chinese players turning out for Real Madrid, Barca and co. Matt's grandfather, Paul Hart, was the subject of my FM15 Alphabet Career, which can be found here and for some reason has Lenny and Carl from The Simpsons as a cover photo? : Matt's father, Adam Hart, was the subject of my FM17 career, where I started at the 9th tier and had to accept every job offer I ever got. That can be found here, with for some reason, a prison as the cover photo:
  13. Hello. The purpose of this thread is to provide information to the FM Community about Chinese football in FM, with emphasis on the CSL. As someone who follows the league in real life, and has done for many years, as well as playing in the league in game, understands the culture from both a Chinese and Western perspective and someone with a healthy dislike of British tabloids, I feel qualified to give good information on this topic. Any questions, both about real life CSL myths and China in FM can be asked, and I will try to continue monitoring this thread. It is also worth noting that the CSL runs on a calendar schedule, and there will be rule changes when the February update comes out. This guide will be written based on the implementation of the rules in game now, as well as mentioning the changes next season. The Chinese Super League: in FM18 the CSL is recognised as one of the best leagues in Asia by reputation. It is played on a calendar season, as with the rest of east Asia, and has 30 league matches in a season, as well as having the Chinese Football Association Cup, in which all matches are two legged(including the Final). Every year the bottom 2 teams in the 16 team league are relegated and the top two are promoted from the China League 1 Squad and Transfer Rules: The CSL has strict squad rules compared to Europe, but slightly weaker than those of South Korea. In the 2017 season the squad is limited to 5 foreign players, with only three in the match day squad. unlike much of Asia, there is no AFC player allowance(3+1 rule) for ether the squad or the match squad, although in real life 1 of the 5 must be AFC. In the 2018 season there will only be 4 foreign player slots in the squad. Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan players are not local in 2017 unless their contracts were signed before 1/1/2016, but for the 2018 season are local(but I'm not sure how to real life limit of 1 non naturalised player will be put in to FM). Foreign Goalkeepers are also not allowed but any prudent player will realise that a goal keeper would not be a good use of a slot anyway, due to the shortage of local players On each match day clubs are also required to have 1 u23 Chinese player in the playing 11 at all times(although in real life this was worded as starting 11, leading to the u23 players being subbed off) and 2 in the match day squad overall. In the 2018 season clubs will be required to have as many u23 Chinese players in the match squad as foreign players, although as the CSL website is unavailable in the UK(where I live) and the SINA post is unclear, this rule is unclear. In China in FM, the Bosman rule is not used. This means that there is nothing stopping a player from being held by the club for ever. As this doesn't happen in real life though, I advise anyone playing in China to be sporting and renew contracts. There is 100% tax on foreign signings, designed to emulate a much more complex rule on transfers. This will probably be the same in game for the January update. Finally, there is a limit on Chinese signings. there can be at most 7 o17 Chinese players signed per season per club, and 5 o21 Chinese players per season per club. There is no limit on u17 players. UPDATE: for the 2018 season, clubs may only register 4 foreign players The Clubs: China, contrary to popular belief, has some very big clubs with proud histories, most noticeably Liaoning(relegated in 2017 season), Shanghai Shenhua(a mid table club with a history of alleged miss management and big foreign players)(Shen is short for shanghai, Hua means flower) Beijing Guo'an(Guo means nation, An means safety or security) , Shandong Luening(a company name), Tianjin TEDA(Technological Economic Development Area I think) and Dalian Shide(folded in 2009 I think). However, the big clubs today are Guangzhou Evergrande, now 7 in a row winners of the league(in the game as Hengda, the former Chinese name of Evergrande group, roughly meaning very big), shanghai SIPG(Shanghai international port group, in the game as Shanggang, meaning Hong Kong. How it became the translation I do not know. Formally known as Dongya, meaning east Asia) Hebei CF and Tianjin Quanjin(a Chinese medicine company). Along with these noticeable clubs there are a number of strong mid table clubs, all well funded(especially if one was to give the league its real TV deal). Most clubs also have strong facilities and stadiums between 25000 and 50000. This season in real life Liaoning and Yanbian have been relegated, while Beijing Renhe and Dalian Yifan have been promoted. The Players: It goes without saying that there are some very good foreign players in the CSL. Among them Brazilians Hulk(SIPG), Oscar(SIPG),Elekson(SIPG) and Alan(GZE), 2017 top scorer Eran Zahavi(GZRF) and Tianjin Quanjian stars Axel Witsel and Anthony Modeste. There are also some decent Chinese players, but china lacks in depth and as a result, good Chinese players sell for a lot in real life(not fully reflected in game) and are payed a lot(reflected in game). The best are Zhang Yuning(ST;West Brom on loan at Bremen), Wu Lei(AM;SIPG), Zheng Zhi(CM;GZE), Zhang Chengdong(AML;HBCF), Zhang Linpéng(DR;GZE) and Gao Lin(ST;GZE). The best goalkeepers are Zeng Cheng(GZE), Yan Junling(SIPG), Wang Dalei(SDL) and Yang Zhi(BJGA). As a rule in the CSL Good foreign players are Low to Mid EPL Level, whereas good local players are Low to Mid Championship Level. The Managers: In the 2017 season, the CSL had many top foreign managers. Most noticeably Big Phip Scolari, a Brazilian world cup winner, Andreas Villas Boas, Manuel Pellegrini, Fabio Cappello, Felix Magath, and Roger Schmit. in the 2018 season the manager list is significantly weaker as clubs have opted to go for local managers or younger foreign managers. of the previous list only Pellegrini, Cappello and Schmit are still in the league. Setting up a save: For people starting new saves, I would advise, as a minimum, they load Brazil, S.Korea, Saudi Arabia and Japan. This is to ensure proper functioning of th AFC Champions League. If playing with a database that adds Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau Players, or the January update, it may be wise to load Hong Kong. I would also advise that people get databases that add Japan and Saudi Arabia, as well as the Chinese National Second Division. Also, a file increasing the TV money in china(roughly 15000000 GBP per club per season) to approximate real amounts may be worth making. I have not attached mine as I modified someone else's file, and cant be bothered to ask permition to share it. Finally, one may want to add a database file that changes Asian competitions. I will attach mine, which increase the reps of japan, Saudi Arabia, China and Thailand while decreasing the reputation of South Korea. Tips: I will update this(I think) when the updates released. Feel free to ask questions. I might answer. Asia Competition Reps.fmf
  14. Hi guys, For example I have a football player who is 32 years old and very famous, known by all the world, by the way still playing in his national team. But his price is 2 m.euro because he is old. Ok I understand that but China and India are trying to bring Famous world players and they pay astronomical values for this players. And this old players are mostly going to play there because of money. This system should come to FM also only for famous players. Right now I can't sell this players to any team.
  15. Doing The Locomotive: Getting China On Track Ok here I am with another youth challenge, but rather than starting in a minnow nation such as San Marino I have decided to give China a go. Why China? They have got 1.35 billion people yet they have never really impacted on an international scale. There are some extremely wealthy clubs and there are some big names knocking about, so it will also be interesting to see what happens in the nation long term. My aim is to turn them into the greatest footballing nation using the youth academy of a domestic team. I started in February 2016, holidayed a year then took on one of the promoted sides. The team I have chosen for this is Tianjin Locomotive. Locomotive were formed in 1950 and were one of the founders of the Chinese football league. The team have a decent starting point for a youth challenge with reasonable facilities all round. Despite the clubs history, they are a small club and have attendances of just a few hundred. This will make it difficult to compete with the Sugar Daddy's. The Manager - Li Weifeng I have decided to use an alias, just to make things a little more interesting. I am using Li Weifeng, former national team captain with over 100 caps, who started out his career with Locomotive's youth team. He retired in 2015 after a career mostly in China, but also with Everton (2 appearances) and Suwon Bluewings in South Korea. The Squad We have just 14 players to start with and unless I cannot field an 11, I will not be using the greyed out players. Let's hope we don't have an injury crisis! I don't have any staff members to judge the team yet, but it is lacking quality as well as the obvious lack of depth. I just about have the players to play my favoured 4-4-2 DM / 4-4-1-1 DM formation. Li Jianyu is a prospect to get excited about and is one of the reasons I chose to start with Locomotive. Li Wenxin is the standout player out of the rest of the squad. He will be our captain and stalwart in defensive midfield. We are not expected to stand a chance in this league....it could be a very tough first season! Roll on youth intake day.
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