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[FM20] Derby County - Why manage the Rams? / How are you getting on? I thought I'd start a thread to provide reasons why you might consider managing Derby County for a save on FM20. As a headline, Derby County will make an interesting save for any FM manager interested in: * A fun, challenging save * Bringing the glory days back * Youth challenge * Managing a Super Star Let's take each one in turn. *** A fun, challenging save *** Derby County play in the Championship (Tier 2) of English Football and the 2019/20 season will be the 12th outside the Pre
I’ve decided what my main save is going to be once the FM19 Winter Update is available. I’m going to do a Director of Football Challenge with Derby County. I’ve never done the Director of Football challenge before so I’m excited as it’s going to be something different for me. Derby County owner Mel Morris is going to bring back Rams legend Igor Stimac as Director of Football and Igor will have responsibility for all transfers in (senior and youth), all transfers out (senior and youth), as well as contract renewals. That worries me a little. Igor was an amazing player for the Rams, an
So this is my first proper save of FM20, I always enjoy playing as ex-players and particularly ex-United players. Had a fun time "as" Nemanja Vidic on FM19, this time around thought it's time for the most recently retired Robin van Persie. RVP it has to be said probably finished his playing career without having a medal haul to match his world class talent and abilities. Hopefully, we shall be making up for that in his virtual managerial career. I have struggled to make it past 5 years into the game world recently, so my only plan is to complete a decade at least. Hopefully managin
Hey everyone, I am just looking for some advice or thoughts. I am starting a Derby County save. Any advice on tactics, training or transfer targets would be most welcome. I am wondering is there any championship grade shortlists of potential signings available? This would help a lot.