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  1. So this began out as me looking to create a 22 Tier database, but it was brought to my attention that one was already in the making, therefore I am looking to create the logos for the teams, competitions and possibly also the cities and stadiums if possible that will accompany this database created by @Dan BHTFC (Link to his page) Make sure you check out his content as it has been high quality for many seasons now! Peace. Instructions for installation: Download File Extract File Move logos folder to where your graphics folder is, for me it will be Documents > Sports Interactive > Football Manager 2019 > Graphics (You may have to create a graphics folder) Boot up Football Manager 2019 Go to Preferences > Interface Click Clear Cache Return to Preferences and click Reload Skin You have to Clear Cache every time you add a new logo and then go back and Reload the skin! Download Here
  2. So having always read the youth only challenge thread on these forums, I have been fascinated with playing a youth only save. I have played this through to December in the first season before posting to make sure I stuck it out, so to speak. So, here is FC United of Manchester, newly promoted back into the Vanarama National North. I cannot sign any players and must wholly rely upon my youth academy. Club Introduction FC United of Manchester The Manager Personal Coaching Data Season Reputation Qualifications Att Def Fit GkD GkH GkS Tac Tec Men WWY Ada Det PlK YoK LoD MaM Mot ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ At start Minimal (0.25*) None 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 Club Facilities Season Training Facilities Youth Facilities Data Analysis Facilities Corporate Facilities Junior Coaching Youth Recruitment Club Reputation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At Start Basic Basic Poor Adequate Average Fairly Basic Local (1.00*) Season Record Season Played Won Drawn Lost Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2020/21 Overall Career Record After Season Played Won Drawn Lost Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference Time At Club --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Trophy Haul Season Competition Won -------------------------- Trophy Cabinet League Titles ------------- Cup Competition Victories ------------------------- Career Overview Season Champions League Europa League League Position F.A. Cup League Cup Achievements ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2020/21
  3. London Calling Obviously FM 20 isn't out yet and no I dont have some sort of advanced copy...although if one was offered I wouldn't turn it down....hint hint hint.... Anyway I'm that excited for the new game that I couldn't wait to get my thread up and running. My saves are typically Journeymen saves in weird and wonderful places. I don't normally like sticking around because that potentially exposes myself as the fraud I am. This save is going to be different. Much different. Although it will still have some Journeyman aspects. The goal is very simple.... I want to turn the English Premier League into the London Premier League. At the start of the 19/20 season there are 20 teams from London in the playables leagues of Football Manager. These teams are (according to Wikipedia)... Premier League Arsenal Chelsea Crystal Palace Tottenham Hotspur West Ham United Championship Brentford Charlton Athletic Fulham Millwall Queens Park Rangers League One AFC Wimbledon League Two Leyton Orient National League Barnet Bromley Dagenham and Redbridge Sutton United National League South Dulwich Hamlet Hampton and Richmond Borough Wealdstone Welling United Obviously teams can be promoted from the 7th tier and become playable. The rules are minimal. 1) Start with no Past Experience or Badges. 2) Take charge of the team predicted to do the worst in the National League South 3) I can only take charge of a team in London 4) The save is completed when the Premier League consists of 20 teams all based in London. In order to complete this challenge I'm going to need to help and give help to teams in London. This will be via parent/feeder clubs. The best thing is, the save is 1/4 complete without me even lifting a finger! I'm planning on this being the only save I do in FM 20. I will be open at some point to taking charge of more than 1 club and will always value feedback and imput from everybody. So thats it. That's my plan. Thats my thread...only thing we can do now is wait..........
  4. FMUpdates FM2020 EPL Fixtures To celebrate the launch of the ‪‎Football Manager 2020 beta‬, we at FMUpdates have released the original fixtures for the English Premier League. Download below! This file contains the original fixtures prior to being rescheduled by Amazon, Sky and BT and prior to the mid-season player break*, therefore you may notice different games are rescheduled for broadcast picks in Football Manager 2020 than in real life. INSTRUCTIONS Save the xml file in 'Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2020\editor data' or equivalent folder. *Football Manager 2020 is programmed to schedule the mid-season player break at the start of the season. As the fixtures specify a whole weekend to be played and is rescheduled in real life when the February broadcast picks are made, the fixtures do not split as intended. This has been reported to Sports Interactive. FMUpdates EPL Fixtures 2019-20.xml
  5. SEASON REVIEW 2019/2020 TEAM REVIEW For this year’s save, I wanted to save some time and dive to the endgame (i.e – Premier League) as soon as I could, so instead of Creating-A-Club at the Vanarama level, I decided to do it at the League 2 level. I replaced Carlisle, moved them to London, and replaced every player on the club. I then created every player, settling on 18 players on a £2.5M total budget. We obliterated the league thanks to some highly skilled strikers and….everything really. We played Attacking football, and I allowed the team the have their creative license on the pitch, and while we hit a rough patch a couple of months before the end of the season, we were already so far ahead at that point that it did not matter. So without further ado, welcome to Kafra FC 2020 – off to a winning start with some talented young players, and ready to face some League 1 competition. KEY PLAYERS PLAYER OF THE YEAR FORWARD - Michael Flynn (2019), 17 Years Old: 44 Apps, 25 Goals, 7 Assists, 6 PoMs, 7.49 AR…There wasn’t an award the young striker did not capture this year – League 2 Player of the Year, League 2 Top Goalscorer (25 Goals), and the Kafra FC Player of the Year…He also led the league with 7.49 AR to go with 7 Assists, 6 PoMs, and 52% Shot Target…He does not turn 17 until the end of June, and the main target of Kafra’s offseason will be to sign him to a long-term contract. Rating: 9/10 DEFENSE GOALKEEPER - Aidan Connolly (2019), 17 Years Old: 44 Apps, 1.16 Con/90, 9 Clean Sheets, 7.03 AR…He had a good season, although he started faltering towards the end, though to be fair, most of the team did, as well…He played in 44 Games, registering 1.16 Con/90 and 7.03 AR along with 9 Clean Sheets…His development showed slight improvement in his Goalkeeping and Physical abilities, but nothing really significant…Named in the League 2 Team of the Year as the top GK. Rating: 7.5/10 LEFT DEFENDER - Tim Tuson-Firth (2019), 18 Years Old: 44 Apps, 4 Assists, 17 Chances Created, 101 Key Passes (1st in League), 94 Interceptions, 1.20 TpG, 7.06 AR…The statistics speak for themselves, and Tuson-Firth was a very influential going forward and in the attacking third…His 101 Key Passes led the league, and he registered 77% Pass Ratio alongside it…What he is lacking in technical ability he makes up for with his effort and speed…His versatility is also an added plus, as he can play anywhere across the back-line. Rating: 7/10 RIGHT DEFENDER - Daryl McNeil (2019), 18 Years Old: 44 Apps, 3 Goals, 7 Assists, 29 Chances Created (2nd in League), 92 Key Passes (2nd), Interceptions (9th), 1.63 TpG, 7.19 AR…McNeil was just as efficient going forward as his counterpart Tuson-Firth, but was more involved defensively…Easily the best right-back in the League 2 this season, and was named in the League 2 Team of the Year…Was probably the club’s best defender overall this season, as his 7.19 AR was the highest out of all the defenders. Rating: 7.5/10 CENTRAL DEFENDER - Bob McLaren (2019), 18 Years Old: 41 Apps, 4 Goals, 73 Interceptions, 33 Shots Blocked (1st in League), 0.59 TpG, 7.00 AR…The club’s first captain, the CD was in good form this season and actually led the league in Shots Blocked…His other defensive numbers were as strong, but he was consistent…Named in the League 2 Team of the Year. Rating: 7/10 CENTRAL DEFENDER - John McPake (2019), 17 Years Old: 39 Apps, 3 Assists, 120 Interceptions (10th in League), 26 Shots Blocked (3rd), 0.84 TpG, 7.03 AR…The youngest member of the club’s starting back-line, he is also potentially the most talented…He has the highest rated defensive abilities on the squad, and his speed makes up for his lack of aerial ability…Has been capped at the U19 level for Scotland…was named in the League 2 Team of the Year. Rating: 7/10 MIDFIELD CENTRAL MIDFIELDER - Neil Furlong (2019), 17 Years Old: 38 Apps, 3 Goals, 10 Assists (10th in League), 3 PoMs, 20 Chances Created (4th), 83% Pass Ratio, 92 Key Passes (2nd), 1.26 DpG, 7.29 AR (5th)…The obvious first observation is that Furlong belongs on the wing as opposed to the center of the pitch…He still played great for us, and while he was a real contributor defensively, he did a great job going forward…He led the team with his 84% Pass Ratio and had the 3rd highest AR on the team…Named in the League 2 Team of the Year. Rating: 8/10 CENTRAL MIDFIELDER - Scott Pugh-Grice (2019), 18 Years Old: 42 Apps, 3 Goals, 4 Assists, 1.37 TpG, 80% Pass Ratio, 16 Chances Created, 7.03 AR…The preferred choice in the rotation alongside side Furlong…More defensive-minded than Furlong, which made them a good combination…Will likely lose his starting spot to Intake youngster Alexis Milton next season, though. Rating: 7/10 LEFT WINGER - Martin Breen (2019), 17 Years Old: 43 Apps, 13 Goals, 11 Assists (5th in League), 5 PoMs, 76% Pass Ratio, 74 Key Passes (7th), 22 Chances Created (3rd), 2.80 DpG (10th), 7.28 AR (7th)…In a team full of talented youngsters, Breen joins Flynn in being in the top tier…Despite his great stats, I felt he actually could’ve played better this year…He still ranked as one of the top performers in the league…His strength is his pace, but his Technical abilities are also impressive for this level and for his position…Named in the League 2 Team of the Year. Rating: 8/10 RIGHT WINGER - Ashley Turner (2019), 18 Years Old: 44 Apps, 15 Goals (9th in League), 13 Assists (2nd), 5 PoMs, 84 Key Passes (4th), 30 Chances Created (1st), 81% Pass Ratio, 1.38 DpG, 7.37 AR (4th)…Possibly the second best player in the entire league after his teammate Flynn…He led the league in Chances Created, and his Assists numbers were also very impressive…Was the most dangerous winger in the League 2, able to convert attacks into goals with ease…Named in the League 2 Team of the Year. Rating: 8.5/10 ATTACK FORWARD - Aaron Dennis (2019), 18 Years Old: 45 Apps, 21 Goals (3rd in League), 10 Assists (10th), 4 PoMs, 83% Pass Completed, 68% Shot Target (1st), 36% Cross Completion (6th), 7.28 AR (6th)…Dennis was 2nd on the team in Goals to Flynn, but he may have been the more complete player this season…His ridiculous 68% Shot Target Ratio is the stuff made of dreams, but he also had high pass ratings and was a dangerous crosser of the ball…Overall, he was definitely 1B to Flynn’s 1A, as opposed to being a second option…He was named in the League 2 Team of the Year. Rating: 8.5/10 HOT PROSPECTS N/A IMPORTANT PLAYERS LEAVING/RETIRING None. YOUTH INTAKE Alexis Milton - Simon Fogg A good intake considering we have one player that will immediately step into the starting eleven. Our second CM position might be our weakest link, so we get to address it immediately. Fogg will add more depth to a strong CD position, but I am not complaining.
  6. Barnsley FC Profit Over Points! Well here we go again another year and yet another new challenge for Barnsley in Football Manager, it seems like no two years are the same. 2 years ago I was writing a similar yet (as you will find out), a more positive prologue than this year’s and when you consider we were relegated that season it tells you pretty much all you need to know about the current situation at the Barnsley. So not to bore you with all the Barnsley backstory which some people won't be particularly interested in, I'll keep the reasons why you should manage Barnsley on FM 20 short but sweet, Barnsley have an exceptionally young squad with an average age of 22.6 according to transfermarkt, there is undoubtedly a lot of potential in this young squad but unfortunately you'll only have 2 Championship quality players at your disposal, a distinct lack of experience and leadership will keep your squad dynamics interesting for sure. Profit is the bottom line at Barnsley and any offers you do receive for your players should be considered greatly and the introduction of the new “Club vision” to FM will make your challenge even harder, realistic and more rewarding should you succeed in staving off relegation. If you're looking for a real challenge in the English second division then this is the biggest of them all! A relegation at the end of the 2017/18 season leads us directly to last season. The 2018/19 season began with the appointment of German head coach Daniel Stendel, who became an immediate hit with the fans after a 4-0 opening day win against Oxford United. His passion and high pressing style were akin to Jurgen Klopp, who you’ll all be well aware of. Our early season form left us going into the January transfer window in 4th place, with a huge chance to claim a top two spot by the end of the season. However instead of investment into the team to give us the little push that would surely give us an outstanding chance for promotion what did the board decide was best? Well obviously it was to sell one of our best players in Brad Potts, which I accept had to happen given the interest from Championship Preston and I believe most of the fans accept this is what we are. However the part which was a little confusing was the decision to sell, an impact sub in George Moncur who specialised in turning up for 45 minutes a season namely against Peterborough, to Luton Town who at the time sat in the automatic promotion places themselves, selling to promotion rivals at such a pivotal point in the season was a real indicator for the motivations of the board, which are now more than clear as I write this. January left a somewhat of a sour taste in the mouth, with many fans wondering whether we'd been sold short of promotion by the board, with a string of seemingly odd signings, such as Jordan Green and an even more strange addition in George Miller from Middlesbrough who at the time was having a hapless loan period at Bradford, where he would stay for the rest of the season. These signings added little to nothing to the squad and overall left us in a weaker position than we were before. Fortunately no thanks to any investment from the board, we managed to squeeze over the line with a depleted squad and pip Sunderland and Portsmouth to 2nd spot behind Luton. With promotion back to the Championship secured at the first attempt most fans were happy to give the owners their backing, despite some worrying signs from the January transfer window and support them fully going into the all important summer, ahead of what would surely be a tough Championship campaign. However many people's suspicions about the boards real intentions were realised with the loss of key players such as Adam Davies, Liam Lindsay and Ethan Pinnock. These three players had formed the heart of the best defence in League 1, ripping this defence has turned out to be complete suicide leaving us miles short of quality at the back. Without doubt however the most controversial exit from Oakwell this summer was the sale of last seasons top scorer Kieffer Moore to Wigan for between £2-4 million. Now selling to a potential relegation rival in Wigan is something we have previous in if you remember. There have been various rumours around Moore's departure, with some suggesting he wasn't wanted by then Daniel Stendel or that he'd become a disruptive member of the squad in a bid to pursue his move to Wigan, however the “replacement” for Moore is somewhat of a joke in all honesty. Patrick Schmidt came to Oakwell from Austrian side Admira Wacker for considerably less than was brought in from the sale of Moore. I feel sorry for Schmidt he's barely had a kick for us this season and if he can't get in this side I doubt he's even up to much at League 1 level let alone Championship. There is undoubtedly a massive rift between the board and fans, can you succeed in the Championship, under the new owners model? But enough talking, hopefully I've convinced you Barnsley is the save for you on FM 20 or at least you'll stick around to see how I fair this year. Thanks for reading.
  7. So the BETA is out, and I've been looking at this year's league structure, it's going to be a tough one but I'm looking at doing the database once again. Every database I have done has seen the Mid Sussex League be the lowest one, this year it's different as it only goes to Level 17 but I'll be looking at getting to 22 elsewhere in the Country!
  8. Hi everybody. I'm currently working on a big project for Football Manager 2020 that was inspired by the many clubs complaining about too many games in a season. I had this idea to abolish the League Cup and then create county cups where the 2 biggest teams from a county only come in from the semi final but where it could include from the start of the competition teams right from the lowest reaches of the English football system. So I started on this project. I worked out the maximum number of games for a Premier League team with this system (includes abolishing FA Cup replays) has dropped from 74 to 65. Anyway here is what I've done so far. Will include some screenshots shortly. LEAGUES Premier League (20 Clubs) EFL First Division (20 Clubs) EFL Second Division (20 Clubs) EFL Third Division (20 Clubs) EFL Fourth Division (20 Clubs) English Football Conference (24 Clubs) English Football Conference North/South (24 Clubs Each) English Isthmian/Northern/Southern League (3 Sub-Divisions, 24 Clubs Each) LEVEL NINE TO ELEVEN - ENGLISH REGIONAL LEAGUES (20 TEAMS EACH LEAGUE AND EACH TIER) Dumnonia League East Anglia League East Mercia League Kent & Sussex League London & Essex League Northumbria Red Rose League Northumbria White Rose League West Mercia League Wessex League LEVEL TWELVE TO FOURTEEN - ENGLISH REGIONAL 2 LEAGUES (20 TEAMS EACH LEAGUE AND EACH TIER) Yorkshire League LEVEL FIFTEEN TO SEVENTEEN - ENGLISH COUNTY LEAGUES (20 TEAMS EACH LEAGUE AND EACH TIER) Humber League North Riding League South Yorkshire League West Yorkshire League LEVEL EIGHTEEN TO TWENTY - ENGLISH DISTRICT LEAGUES (20 TEAMS EACH LEAGUE AND EACH TIER) WEST YORKSHIRE (Bradford District League, Calderdale League, Kirklees League, Leeds District League, Wakefield District League) REGIONAL CUPS West Riding Cup (West Yorkshire) As you can see still early days but I'll make further posts and post screenshots as more development is made.
  9. Inspired by the astonishing history update files released by @CFuller over the years, I decided to focus on adding league and cup history to English clubs. It's a W.I.P. project at the moment and I really hope that someone wants to join in me in this mammoth task in making English careers ever more immersive. Any help is welcome, especially by people who are able to scrap data from internet in order to speed up the process. I'm not too keen to scraping methods unfortunately, so I'm working only with the editor at the moment. So, without further ado, I'll leave you with some screenshots: I added history data only for default competitions in the database, so the file will be compatible with the original database or whatever custom db you want to use. You have to restart your career to see these changes. First version of the file is available to download. See the attachment and once downloaded, the file within the archive must be extracted in the editor data folder. Please, report any feedback or fix needed. A big thank you @AhMostyn for kindly handing me and letting me use his editor files. Enjoy!
  10. Right, after several attempts at a youth save here we go again, we are starting in League One. My club will again replace the MK Dons and play at Stadium MK, just like my Stopsley Utd team. Rep of club has been lowered from 4850 to 3200. This will be a youth only save. Mawborough's first manager will be................ I picked 23 players for our starting squad, five players join us from Tottenham including Tanganga and Parrott. *Bursik has switched from England to Croatia. We are predicted to finish 20th out of 23 teams by the media. CAPTAIN VICE CAPTAIN _____________________________________________________________________________ I will use this......... I would normally use this....... for a save like this, not going to use it this time, I will only manage this club. I will play as various managers during the save, If I get sacked I will just create another.
  11. The Graham Taylor Career Journey Hello and welcome, as I try to emulate the managerial career and footballing philosophy of the former England Manager, Graham Taylor. Taylor at the age of twenty-eight, became the youngest manager ever to be appointed by a club in the Football League, when he took over Lincoln City halfway through the 72/73 season, saved them from relegation, whilst finishing a credible tenth in the old Fourth Division. The previous summer, at twenty-seven, he became the youngest man to become a qualified FA coach, after his own professional football career in the Fourth Division had been cut short prematurely by a hip injury. Graham Taylor had a very clear vision for how his teams should play. It should be a direct, fast paced style of play combined with the high pressing and counter pressing game, combined with lots of shots on the opposition's goal. His vision worked and by the 1975/76 season he had led Lincoln City to the title, setting records along the way for games won (32) and goals scored (111) in a single season. He spent the following season in the Third Division with Lincoln City, finishing 9th, before he got a call from Watford's chairman Elton John offering him to drop down a division and take over the club. After accepting the position, Taylor propelled Watford up the table with three promotions in four seasons and getting them to a F.A cup final at Wembley. He also went on to manage Aston Villa, leading them to second place in the 1st Division, before taking the England job, which ended in failure to qualify for the 94 World Cup in the U.S. So for this save I’ll start unemployed with a National A coaching badge, and a past playing experience of regional level professional footballer. After reading his self-penned autobiography, I also intend to use the high intensity tactics he used throughout his career, and see where it takes me. I also want to get a job in League Two, since this was the division where he started his managerial career. The aim of the save is to get my first team promoted and secured in League One within four seasons. Then try start all over again with a League Two side, achieving three promotions in four seasons with them, and if I can, getting them to a cup final along the way. Another aim is to be offered the England job. In the next post I'll update you on whatever League Two club is willing to hire an inexperienced 29 year old Taylor.
  12. Hi guys, I've always been an advocate for youth challenges, but in this edition of the game I thought I'd go with something different. Why Guiseley? The first English football game I ever saw was an FA Cup qualifier in Guiseley last year when they played non-league Stourbridge. Guiseley won 3-1, but the highlight for me was a spectacular overhead goal from the Stourbridge striker. Those guys would easily walk into any A-League team, the gap in quality is ridiculous. But it was something about the atmosphere that really got me, a local club in a small town with 600 odd people there, that's really what football is all about, isn't it? But enough about that. Guiseley are a club in the lowest playable league of the English system, the Vanarama National League North. I believe they are the lowest rep side in Yorkshire that's playable from the beginning. I think there's 15 or 16 teams in the Football League in Yorkshire, a bit surprising considering the size of the region. Overall, the aim of this save will have a couple of targets (not necessarily in order): 1. Become the biggest club in Yorkshire 2. Become the biggest club in England 3. Win the English Premier League 4. Win the Champions League 5. Employ a transfer policy where only players born inside a 30 mile radius of Guiseley will be considered as viable options. Essentially having a squad (eventually) of locally sourced Yorkshiremen in the side. I already have a filter set up for this from experimenting with this last year. I believe someone a couple editions ago employed that transfer policy in Celtic and it worked to great effect, and I've drawn some inspiration for that. I think it was @mjaferrie? I understand it will be a long slog, and not just to become bigger than Leeds. There's Huddersfield and Sheffield United in the EPL to worry about! This new five year plan as part of the club vision will be interesting as well, hopefully we have similar philosophies. Next up I will post a quick overview of the club and its vision etc.
  13. Taking football manager 2019 down to level 11 FA Cup redone to include Preliminary rounds, proper prize money added. TV money added. FA Competitions gate reciepts shared 50% each. FA Trophy redone to include preliminary rounds, proper prize money added. FA Vase added, proper prize money added. 1000 teams entered from Level 9-11 FA Trophy & FA Vase Finals played on the same day but at different times like in real life. Small amount of prize money added to the top 3 teams at Levels 7-11 Northern/Southern & Isthmian League Cups Added. Local Cups added down to Level 11 Playoffs at Level 7 & 8 done correctly. Minimum stadium requirements added in at Level 7-9 All promotion/relegation done down to Level 11. Boundaries added for all leagues down to Level 11. Awards added down to Level 11. Full long names added for teams down to level 11. Maximum wage per week added in at Level 7-10. Any feedback is welcome. Level League(s)/Division(s) 1 Premier League 20 clubs – 3 relegations 2 EFL Championship 24 clubs – 3 promotions, 3 relegations 3 EFL League One 24 clubs – 3 promotions, 4 relegations 4 EFL League Two 24 clubs – 4 promotions, 2 relegations 5 National League 24 clubs – 2 promotions, 4 relegations 6 National League North 22 clubs – 2 promotions, 3 relegations National League South 22 clubs – 2 promotions, 3 relegations 7 Northern Premier League Premier Division 22 clubs – 1-2 promotions, 3 relegations Southern League Central Division 22 clubs – 1-2 promotions, 3 relegations Southern League South Division 22 clubs – 1-2 promotions, 3 relegations Isthmian League Premier Division 22 clubs – 1-2 promotions, 3 relegations 8 Northern Premier League Division One West 20 clubs – 1-2p, 2r Northern Premier League Division One East 20 clubs – 1-2p, 2r Southern League Division One Central 20 clubs – 1-2p, 2r Southern League Division One South 20 clubs – 1-2p, 2r Isthmian League Division One North 20 clubs – 1-2p, 2r Isthmian League Division One South Central 20 clubs – 1-2p, 2r Isthmian League Division One South East 20 clubs – 1-2p, 2r 9 (All divisions run in parallel) Combined Counties League Premier Division – 20 clubs Eastern Counties League Premier Division – 20 clubs Essex Senior League – 20 clubs Hellenic Football League Premier Division – 19 clubs Midland League Premier Division – 20 clubs North West Counties League Premier Division – 20 clubs Northern Counties East League Premier Division – 20 clubs Northern League Division One – 18 clubs Southern Combination League Premier Division – 20 clubs Southern Counties East League Premier Division – 20 clubs Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division – 20 clubs United Counties League Premier Division – 20 clubs Wessex League Premier Division – 20 clubs Western League Premier Division – 20 clubs 10 (All divisions run in parallel) Combined Counties League Division One – 19 clubs East Midlands Counties League – 20 clubs Eastern Counties League Division One North – 19 clubs Eastern Counties League Division One South – 19 clubs Hellenic League Division One East – 13 clubs Hellenic League Division One West – 13 clubs Midland League Division One – 19 clubs North West Counties League Division One North – 20 clubs North West Counties League Division One South – 20 clubs Northern Counties East League Division One – 20 clubs Northern League Division Two – 20 clubs South West Peninsula League Premier Division – 19 clubs Southern Combination League Division One – 18 clubs Southern Counties East League Division One – 18 clubs Spartan South Midlands League Division One – 20 clubs United Counties League Division One – 20 clubs Wessex League Division One – 19 clubs West Midlands (Regional) League Premier Division – 20 clubs Western League Division One – 20 clubs 11 Anglian Combination Premier Division – 16 clubs Bedfordshire County League Premier Division – 16 clubs Cambridgeshire County League Premier Division – 16 clubs Central Midlands League Premier Division North – 16 clubs Central Midlands League Premier Division South – 16 clubs Cheshire League Premier Division – 16 clubs Dorset Premier League – 16 clubs Essex & Suffolk Border League Premier Division – 16 clubs Essex Olympian League Premier Division – 16 clubs Gloucestershire County League – 16 clubs Hampshire Premier League Senior Division – 16 clubs Hertfordshire Senior County League Premier Division – 16 clubs Humber Premier League Premier Division – 16 clubs Kent County League Premier Division – 16 clubs Leicestershire Senior League Premier Division – 16 clubs Lincolnshire League – 14 clubs Liverpool Premier League Premier Division – 16 clubs Manchester League Premier Division – 16 clubs Mid-Sussex League Premier Division – 16 clubs Middlesex County League Premier Division – 16 clubs Midland League Division Two – 16 clubs North Riding League Premier Division – 16 clubs Northamptonshire Combination League Premier Division – 16 clubs Northern Alliance Premier Division – 16 clubs Nottinghamshire Senior League Senior Division – 16 clubs Oxfordshire Senior League Premier Division – 16 clubs Peterborough & District League Premier Division – 16 clubs Sheffield & Hallamshire County Senior League Premier Division – 15 clubs Somerset County League Premier Division – 18 clubs South West Peninsula League Division One East – 16 clubs South West Peninsula League Division One West – 16 clubs Southern Combination League Division Two East – 16 clubs Spartan South Midlands League Division Two – 16 clubs Staffordshire County Senior League Premier Division – 16 clubs Suffolk & Ipswich League Senior Division – 16 clubs Surrey Elite Intermediate League – 16 clubs Thames Valley Premier League Premier Division – 16 clubs Wearside League – 16 clubs West Cheshire League Division One – 16 clubs West Lancashire League Premier Division – 16 clubs West Midlands (Regional) League Division One – 16clubs West Riding County Amateur League – 16 clubs West Yorkshire League Premier Division – 16 clubs Wiltshire Senior League Premier Division – 16 clubs York League Premier Division – 16 clubs England Level 11 Leagues & Data Updates.fmf
  14. I would like to edit the English premier league to make it mandatory to field at least 6 English or home-grown players. I want to do this to see how the England football team would develop over the years with more English players getting the chance to play. does anybody know how to do this in the editor, I can figure it out.
  15. Hello Everyone, Im starting up a new save as, of course, myself meaning i'll be selecting professional footballer local level and national b license as I have that license and i am a free agent now after being released by Millwall on the basis im too much of a loose cannon (which is utter bs I HAVE PERFECT CONTROL OF MY EMOTIONS) as is implied by the fact its a RTG i'll be starting unemployed so wish me luck as i climb the hall of fame to be the manager ever
  16. Tuesday 6th July 2010 A sleepy town on the Thames is where fate has placed me for this latest attempt at cracking the big time world of football with a start from the bottom. In this case, the bottom is the ninth level of English football, as the game is asked to randomly select me an English lower league club, and hands me Chertsey Town of the Combined Counties League, Premier Division. Established in 1890, they are a club that have achieved, well nothing actually. They won the Surrey Junior Cup before the turn of that century, but then took over fifty years to actually become a Senior club and join the Surrey Senior League, and then until 1960 to win the Title. They won it twice more in the next three years, adding three League Cup triumphs to it as well before turning professional. That lasted exactly three years, costs were too high for a club of this size, and they reverted back to a lower level of football. In recent years, with several League reorganisations, Town earned promotion twice, only to find the higher level too competitive for them. Now I'm joining a club that is expected to challenge for a promotion. There is no real signal that it's on the cards from what I can see, the club want to spend £575 on wages, already spending all but £8 of that, and worse still, spending £400 of it on just one player. I'm not sure that's a sustainable situation. The club has a bank balance of £8,500 right now. With no backroom staff at the club, the first job is to try and bring in some help, while also evaluating what kind of level of player we have, and what we need to make immediate improvements. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- *Welcome. Football Manager'11, twenty four nations, with only lower level League's from England added to the traditional FM preset options. No other tinkering has taken place, even unfaking, as I forgot to do it, so don't slap too much of your hard earned cash on the Germans winning the Euro's or World Cup during this one! In the spirit of a proper lower league save, I won't sign staff unless they apply for the job, or are recommended by a current staff member or player. As for on the park, players need to be scouted, playing in trials that I or my staff are invited to or recommended before I can attempt to sign them. Should keep things interesting. Enjoy. --------------------------------------------------------------------------
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