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  1. Borussia Dortmund- The Aim So after some very difficult struggles recently in Argentina and Serie B in Italy, I've decided to try something a bit different- a big club. Among the big clubs in the European ascendancy, Borussia Dortmund is one of the few I can think of that I can truly admire. A legendary fanbase, two epic rivalries, a state-of-the-art youth academy, and some truly exciting stars make for a formidable club consistently near the top of the Bundesliga. However, Dortmund's one of those clubs that is always just a few steps short of reaching the highest level, and my job as the new manager is to take them there, breaking Bayern Munich's monopoly on the Bundesliga domestically and with the right pieces in place, lift the ultimate prize- the UEFA Champions League title. I'd say we're already close. World class players such as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Marco Reus are going to be integral to this effort, so one of my main goals is going to be keeping this deadly pair here in the Ruhr as long as possible. We can't forget mouth-watering prospects such as Julian Weigl, Christian Pulisic, Ousmane Dembele, Emre Mor, Jacob Bruun Larsen and Alexander Isak who will also be very important to the save later down the road. So without further ado, here are my initial goals for this challenge: - Win the Bundesliga, hopefully consistently as to break Bayern Munich's hold on the league -Win the UEFA Champions League in 3-5 seasons - Collect as many smaller trophies as possible (Euro Super Cup, German Super Cup, CWC, DFB-Pokal) -Focus on youth development, turn our best youth prospects into world-class players -Hold onto our star players as long as possible -Beat the living **** out of Schalke. Every. Single. Time. Game Setup All major European Leagues, plus Netherlands, Belgium as playable and Turkey, Switzerland, Brazil, Poland, and Denmark as view-only. Medium database with all international players Come on, let's go! Los! EDIT: This isn't necessarily a one-club save. If I ever reach a point where I feel I've achieved all that I possibly can with Dortmund, I'll probably move on. No idea where, though...
  2. Does anyone know why the second team is not part of a tournament and why the assignes coach is not planning any friendlies?
  3. After the recent update, new save with dortmund. After a few games (6 games) where i didn't use all my players some of them are getting unhappy. I think they are totally unreasonable. Is this normal? Never experienced it so early by now.
  4. Rhineland Restoration Introduction Borussia Dortmund is a German football club based in Dortmund, Rhineland. They play in the Bundesliga, the top tier of the German football league system. They have won 8 German Championships (all time 4th best), 4 DFB-Pokals, 5 DFL-Supercups, 1 Champions League, 1 UEFA Cup Winners Cup and 1 Intercontinental Cup. They play at the Signa Induna Park, which is one of the most famous football grounds in Europe and is renowned for its atmosphere. With a capacity of 81,365, it is the largest stadium in the country. The Südtribüne (South Bank) is the largest terrace for standing spectators in European football. Renowed for its die hard fanbase and atmosphere, it is nicknamed the "Yellow Wall". In addition, the club holds a storied rival with Ruhr neigbours Schalke 04 in the Revierderby. In 2008, one of their most successful managers, Jurgen Klopp, joined the club. He led them to back-to-back Bundesliga wins in 2011 and 2012, as well as the DFB-Pokal in 2012, the DFL-Supercup in 2013 and 2014, and their second appearance in a UEFA Champions League final in 2013. During his 7 years at the club, talents like Mats Hummels, Shinji Kagawa, Marco Reus and Robert Lewandowski blossomed. They were one of the best teams in the world during that period with their counterpressing and high-intensity style. However, the tale ended bitterly when Klopp decided to leave in 2015 after a disappointing 2014/2015 campaign. Currently, he is working wonders with Liverpool in the English Premier League. 3 managers in a year! It could be argued that the 2017/2018 campaign was a season of transition. Thomas Tuchel, Peter Bosz and Peter Stöger. The trio tried to bring back the glory days of success back to BVB, Die Schwarzgelben, but all were unsuccessful in winning the support of their passionate fan base. They would also count themselves lucky to finish 4th, just securing Champions League qualification. The new manager, Lucien Favre, is no stranger to the Bundesliga, where he managed Borussia Mönchengladbach, developing players like Arsenal’s Granit Xhaka and current Dortmund captain Marco Reus. Moreover, he has enjoyed success with previous club Nice, taking them to 3rd in Ligue 1 during the 2016/2017 (the club’s best ever finish). The dawn of the new era began in the summer of 2018, with new signings been made. Intriguing signings were made, including the likes of Abdou Diallo, Thomas Delaney and Axel Witsell. Moreover, Eintracht Frankfurt winger Marius Wolf, Barcelona reject Paco Alcácer and Real Madrid youth Achraf Hakimi (the latter two via loan) were brought into the fold. These new signings indicate the Swiss' mark on the club and hope they fit the tactical identity he hopes to instill. Analysis The statistics obviously indicate how well Dortmund have been playing this season. After 10 games, they have topped the league and are yet to suffer a loss (7 wins and 3 draws). They have scored the most goals (30) and the second best defense in the league after RB Leipzig (10 conceded). One would be hasty to conclude that Favre and Klopp share similar tactical styles. This is FALSE. The days of gegenpressing are of yesteryear. Though it were effective under Klopp, Favre has chosen to use a more structured defensive approach. They opt to have a medium high-ish block and only look to press the opposition situationally, especially when they make an error during transitions. For example, Favre usually tends to start with a 4-2-3-1 which transitions to a 4-1-4-1 when they are not in possession. Witsel tends to sit deeper and shield the centre backs. The key feature in Dortmund's "Yellow Wall" is that it is well-organised with excellent spacing across the field. For simplicity's sake, these are the key features of Favre's Dortmund: Defensive: horizontal and vertically compact block wingers dropping back to cover wide areas medium high-ish block focus on covering passing lanes instead of charging to tackle opponents Offensively: short passes during build up vertical passes during counters being patient when finding breakthroughs cautious not to turnover possession Tactics The 4-2-3-1 Wide will be the base formation I will be utilising (ignore team fluidity). Team Instructions Mentality "wary of your opponent's counter-attacking threat" "patiently probe the final third" "find space as it opens up" "... overlap ... break ahead ... [only] during relatively risk-free situations" "sit back and help the midfield maintain possession" Pretty self-explanatory, isn't it? In Possession In Transition Out of Possession Team/XI GK (Burki): A very solid shot-stopper and his feet are good with the ball. CDs (Zagadou & Akanji): Two ball players who have a demanding task which is to start play out from the back, which they are capable of doing so. (PI: Take fewer risk) FBs (Guerreiro/Schmelzer & Hakimi): Hakimi is a good crosser and dribbler of the ball on the right flank. However, Favre wants good defensive cohesion, thus (PI: Take fewer risk, stay wider). Guerreiro/Schmelzer plays a bit more conservatively and this not support attacks much on the left flank like Hakimi (PI: Take fewer risk, stay wider). CMs (Witsel & Delaney): Witsel acts as a deep midfield, recycling possession and shielding the back 4. His partner, Delaney, is a hardworking BBM who earnestly wins back the ball, proceeding to hack it to the final third or dribble all the way to the opposition's penalty box (PI: More direct passes) AM (Reus): Playing off the striker, Reus is a creative, mobile no.10 who often plays one-twos with the wingers or striker, leading to many goalscoring opportunities (PI: Roam from position) Wingers (Brunn Larsen & Pulisic): With the attack duty, both are free to cut in, dribble, pass or shoot! Don't worry that much about width as the fullbacks will provide them. ST (Philipp/Alcácer): While Phillip starts most games and drops off deep, Alcácer is often used as a "supersub" who will lurk around the box to await goalscoring chances (Advanced Forward/Poacher). Average Positions Conclusion To sum up, Favre's teams play a dynamic, quick and attacking-minded football where ball possession and change of tempo alternate. This attractive style of play has brought results in every club he has managed. Furthermore, Favre is very skillful tactically, leaving his opponents struggling to penetrate his well-organized sides. He clearly has his game plan set out, and with the board supporting him, in terms of recruitment, is likely to achieve his goals. As the season progresses I would expect to see the more creative players given a greater sense of freedom in attacking transitions. Dortmund have been floundering in the Bundesliga for the past few seasons, but this year they have been instilled the hope and drive to win the league, stopping rivals Bayern Munich from making it 7 league wins in a row. That can be bolstered this Saturday if they beat their Der Klassiker rivals. ~ @goqs06 ~
  5. Okay so firstly, this FM save of mine is simple, its a touch one because I always do a touch save to try and figure out how to play before I maybe try it on the usual FM full. However with this tactic I'm completely lost, like it doesn't make sense to me, and it most probably won't make sense to you guys. Some background information on the save, in my 4th season and I started at city, but I always like starting at big clubs achieving the league there and moving on, therefore I decided to move to Dortmund cause in my opinion Dortmund are a little less big that Manchester City this year in Football Manger. I played a really nice way, I focused on making sure that I got the ball to the final third like Pep Guardiola did at Barcelona, then allow that team to do the attacking themselves and I'd say I did this well, this is what I won in the two seasons at city: https://gyazo.com/bf4caeebfb17545d6b0a8d9e53d5c218 Not ground breaking, although I did nearly go my second season undefeated however the only problem was too many draws and final lose to Everton at home (a crushing way to lose it) and then I decided maybe my time is up here, so decided to move to Dortmund, because I love them as a club, they're a great club and I wanted to be the first since Klopp to over thrown Bayern from the First Division League, unfortunately for me, the best I've managed for this Dortmund side is: German Cup Semi Final vs Hamburg (At home - should be easy win) - but lost on penalties (1-1) German Cup Final vs RBL (0-1) Both times Bayern were knocked out and I should have won both Terrible league finishes, 4th (Champions League spot - not tooo bad, but could be better) and 6th and currently 6th in my third year. Over my time is Germany, I've had some really good wins: https://gyazo.com/2d575f94e3d1525713d1d851e5382ac0 However as you saw, we managed to get wins away to RBL, Schalke and Bayern (The most needed win) but then dropped stupid points to Nurnberg, Braunschweig and Hoffenheim - now I don't expect to win every game (These were all away by the way) but quite frankly if we're beating Bayern away and RBL (The league winners 2nd year in) then quite frankly I expect us to beat these teams if we are going to win the league here in Germany. I find that in FM I can easily build a solid home tactic and that anyone that comes to me, I can beat, as shown from last season here: Home Results: https://gyazo.com/0ebe89fa57768543b6f392eee59c514d Away Results: https://gyazo.com/3b39be3cae212bcfb4e2d93e67af4fd9 Did better than Bayern at home and the only side in the league to stay undefeated (What a fortress right?) going away however is a real big problems and this is something I need help with most definitely in fm, so if anyone has any answers or can direct me to another forum that gives good tips to set up a team for away games that would be helpful, but anywhere lets carry on. No progression has been made and I do this a lot with clubs, I seem to never be able to squad build proficiently and I personally believe its because I don't know my club DNA wherever I go, I never know it. Never know who to sign and what players I need to improve the squad to develop progression. These are all my signings over the past 3 years with Dortmund: 1st season: https://gyazo.com/8f3336df24ff6f309a56bfaa9b1ad327 2nd season: https://gyazo.com/c4197066d82807d1e44b1eab2e99b713 3rd season: Jorginho (Napoli Defensive playmaker) 23M I have money to play with by the way 191Million. Okay so now I've gave you an insight of my career, I'd like to show you the tactics we are trying to utilize our best players with: https://gyazo.com/d095a75ff63336463ac026111e0039ca Now I know what you're thinking what the hell is that, but you need to remember I like to try and control my team from the defensive third to the middle third and then the final third, at that point, it is there choice and there creativity that will indicate the game, now they seem to be doing this at home and very easily although away, its physically impossible. All of the images below are of my game against Napoli in the Champions League (AWAY) - The key struggle area. Defensively this is how we set up: Now I understand, that we should be compact and number 14 could either come back into the space to make a back 5, but I don't have the roles on to do that, however we're defending in a fairly deep 4-4-2, pressing a fair bit and the gaps between 14 and 16 in midfield is far too big as well as the center half number 4 and my fullback defending their number 14. Need help with this. So, how do I set up in the defensive third trying to build up possession? Lets take a look: Here you can see, we're playing a 2 at the back when in possession and two in the middle, my left back cuts inside as inverted wing back on defend and 33 in midfield is there because he is my deep lying playmaker and I want him to stay back, so when we go forward we can have a lot of the possession and then it allows them to do their own thing, however, if we look at this, we're playing a square in the midfield at the back and therefore we should be able to stop counter attacks quite easily but they can still be apart of the build up play. number 16 is in the middle of the park and yarmolenko cuts inside and then the fullback goes out wide as pushes all the way up, the two strikers ready to make good runs and 14 winger out wide. That is the end of my tactics help needed sort of thing, if anyone has any questions let me know, but I really need help with transfers and maybe some tactical faults, probably a lot, I'm still trying my best to learn with fm, so please no hate, criticism allowed but fair comments gents!
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