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I am currently managing Grimsby Town and Uruguay. In my Uruguay squad there were only two goalkeepers and both of them retired at the same time and not only them, many players retired at the same time all around the world like Suarez, Messi, Ronaldo, James Rodriguez, Gerard Pique, Thiago Silva and many more. Now I have a world cup qualifier match against Peru and Ecuador and I will probably lose or draw the match. I dont know what to do, I know its illegal to use editors but still if they can help me, please suggest !!!
I was reading about this topic and but couldn't find one single answer that says "yes, work it". Is the city population it's useful in the game? IRL, in a large city a team would have a better chance of finding better talent than in a smaller city. It is not hard to notice: the number of players is much higher. In addition, clubs in large cities can get higher attendance rates (or could have a bigger fan base) than small city clubs. (Of course, i know, these aren't the only considerations for have many talent youngs or a bigger fan base IRL) Butttt, in FM... this work it? I'm making a large edition, with more than 900 new cities, and I am interested to know if the population of the cities will be an important factor, or at least if it will matter a little or nothing to complete the information of 900 cities (it will take me, without doubts, many hours of work). Ty
So I've decided to start a Leicester save - I know its late - and this is kinda a Career Update thread but I'm focusing more on tactics = good results, not buy players = good results. My goal is to win the Premier League by 2026. Set the clock ticking.... now! I think we've all realised (Claudio Ranieri included) that Leicester's reputation has shot up following their shock title win in the 2015-16 season. So sitting back, defending tight and hitting teams on the counter with Vardy and Musa, is no longer an option against the mid table sides. Leicester are now expected to beat the mid table sides 3 or 4 nil.