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  1. Guys, this is just an experiment. I've not been sticking to any careers recently, so I won't promise I'll stick with this. But let's try something different. After toying with FM18 recently (see the career in Uzbekistan and a very shortlived youth challenge in the Netherlands), I've rewound the clock further, and downloaded... And decided to go manage... Real Betis Balompié, most commonly known as Betis, from Seville, Spain. One of my favourite clubs in our neighbour country. The goal? Do better than what they did in real life. I take over in Summer 2016 and in real life since they've gone... 2016-2017: 15th place in La Liga 2017-2018: 6th 2018-2019: 10th 2019-2020: currently 13th I think I can do a little better, and more importantly enjoy a game I have found memories of. It plays out on the pitch quite considerably different to other recent FM versions and I've enjoyed pre-season so far. The next post should show a little of the squad and what I am working on tactically at the moment.
  2. The Long Road – Keymer and Hassocks (FM17) Using Dan BHTFC’s English Level 22 mod. Taking a club from the Conference North/South to the Champions league is an FM rite of passage. It’s a test of patience, hard work and your willingness to put up with managing frankly terrible players. I myself have an everlasting love of Dartford, having managed it for the first time with them on FM11. For those who have truly taken leave of their senses, though, the true challenge is to go even lower. Thus I present the craziest Challenge I’ve ever taken on in all my FM days – Keymer and Hassocks. K&H are a pub team about 7 miles North of Brighton, in the beautiful setting of the South Downs. When I say pub team, I mean pub team. Their logo shows a man drinking beer, showing the kind of character that modern football logos lack, designed as they are by corporate design bigwigs. They play at Adastra Park, a lovely Parish green that according to the internet boasts a Garden of Remembrance, a Community Pavilion, football pitches, a cricket pitch, a bowling green, tennis courts, a skate park, children’s play areas, and adult fitness equipment. The description ‘football pitches’ is a bit misleading though as satellite images reveal one solitary football pitch. They start in the Mid Sussex Football league Division 9, from which by my calculations it will take 21 promotions to reach the promised land of the Premier League. Upon arrival, my team looked vaguely decent, entirely made up of young auto-generated regens. This was quickly disproved when I signed the mighty Scott Walker, who immediately made my best players look frankly awful by comparison. I therefore decided to release the entire starting squad and begin again. Believe me, it’s not easy to find decent players willing to sign amateur contracts for a club with a presumably single digit reputation. Still, just about anyone was better than what I started with. Looking up the divisions, I checked out clubs in the higher divisions. To my surprise, I was able to sign players listed as the ‘key player’ from clubs ten divisions higher, in the Mid Sussex Premier League! These players were just as bad as the players I started with though, leading me to two conclusions: 1- The starting reputation of all the clubs across all 10 divisions of the Mid Sussex leagues is the same or very similar 2- The CA of all the players in all the clubs is also very similar. As such a squad capable of crushing the bottom division should be just as capable of the next 9 promotions, with replacements only needed for ageing players or those poached by ‘higher division clubs’ such as those in the heady heights the Southern Combination Leagues and above.
  3. Your "Squad Personality" can be found on the Club - General page as per the graphic below. If you are playing FM17, I would be grateful if you would just post what your squad personality is. You can post a pic like me if you want, but I would be more than happy with just a "Fairly-Determined" or "Balanced" as a response too. By the way, this thread is not a gloating contest for all those who have great squad personalities, I want the rubbish one's too, and even those that have already been mentioned by others. I just want to see what the various options are and what the more most common one's are. Please reply.
  4. Hello to all! I just wanted to show you this great Italian guy who's having a hell of a time with his LEICESTER CITY save at FM17 !! https://actually-soccer.blogspot.com/2019/07/football-manager-17-legendary-leicester.html Year 2055 only managing the Foxes !! How far did you go ??
  5. I am in 2024 and in charge of Botafogo. So I'm hoping there's a fix for this, as I've been playing this save for hours and hours. I haven't had any issues so far and I haven't changed anything from the very beginning. All of a sudden, when I am about to confirm a team talk and I click the 'Start game' button to proceed to the match, it crashes, closes FM and shows the following message: The application Sports Interactive has quit unexpectedly. The system and other applications have not been affected. A report has been created that you can send to Vendor not specified to help identify the problem. It gives me the option to send a report, which I always do. This has only been happening today. It was fine this morning. I don't know if there's been an update, or if there are any known issues. This has always run incredibly smoothly. MacBook Pro specs: macOS Sierra version: 10.12.5 (16F73) MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2012) Processor 2.9 GHz Intel Core i7 Memory 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 Graphics Intel HD Graphics 4000 1536 MB I have tried to attach a screen video of what happens and the save file but they're both much larger than 2mb.
  6. After getting sacked in my Hull save, I have decided to do my first ever no transfers save where I am forced to rely on my youth academy. The team I will manage in this save is, five time FA Cup winners, Wanderers F.C. the first ever winners of the FA Cup and the first team to win it three times in a row. They currently play in the 14th tier of English football. I have already completed my first season. In the first season I won promotion to the 13th tier via winning the league and won both cups we were entered in. I used the editor to make Wanderers F.C. a Professional club with the best possible training and all the youth facilities. Everything else I left untouched. Edit: After 47 years at Wanderers, 10 seasons at Everton and an average spell in Germany I now find myself back at Everton in the year 2081.
  7. After going through all of my old FM files I found this game save again. I relegated Keymer and Hassocks from the 9th tier and was harshly sacked. But the version of the save I found was at the start of the season I was relegated. So I though it would be fun to try this save again and see if we can do better than before. I have played the first half of the 20th season.
  8. Inspired by the Netflix series Narcos:Mexico and in the need of a new challenge I have decided on bringing Dorados de Sinaloa to a new world domination. First time I have posted a career update so bear with me, I will be giving monthly game updates.
  9. Cleaning my pc for extra space i found a lot of saves that i started and never got so far, one of those was a gibraltar challenge i tried until i got excited about my main save when all started going my way and forgot about gibraltar Anyway, the save was in early june, so league was over, signed some african/asian players and some english rejects, only to find out before the first game of the season that u need 1 player trained in gib in the starting xi and 3 in total How do the ones doing this challengue go over this rule? As this could be problematic once the team is a CL group stage regular due to 3 players having to lose games in the league due to that rule and getting player at 18 or less with good potential is costly and hard since im the 4th best team in gibraltar right now Any tips from people that got this challengue done?
  10. So I don't know if this is a common issue but I didn't find very much about it when researching. I had this now in three different saves! After the first season the players career history stats are wiped out. The old ones are still there but the one from the season I just played are deleted. Visualisation of the problem in the pictures below. As you can see, the transfer history page is still there and displays the transfer stats, for example my "Ivi" transfer. The same problem surfaced in one of my FM16 saves, but there it was an exception. The game has all the stats but they just are not displayed on the players career history page. This is really annoying because I play FM because of the stats and there is really something missing if they keep getting erased. As you see in the later screenshots, the transfers and everything are there! There are only the player stats missing, and this is for every player! Also I am pretty sure that the game still has the stats somewhere, because on the "records" tab I can see my top goalscorer and so on from said season... As said before, I had this in multiple careers now after the first season and I abandoned all saves because it just robs me the fun of the particular save. Does anyone have a fix or solution for this? About my setup: I run the game on the standard databases. My only customisation is a skin and that I have all files stored on my second drive and not the default C: disk because of storage reasons. Furthermore, I don't have the normal or the ingame editor, so I couldn't mess up the files by accident. The OS is Windows 8.1 Enterprise. Thanks in advance. I also have multiple saves where the stats are not deleted! The same exact configurations for everything. I really have no clue what could be triggering the issue.
  11. I'm trying to add the 3rd tier of Slovenia. 2nd tier will expand from 10 teams in the 2016/2017 season to 16 teams the seasons thereafter. What I've done so far: Have separate rules for 2016 & 2017 and further for both 2nd tier as 3rd tier. 2016 3rd tier gives 8 promotion spots divided over 4 different regional leagues. 2016 2nd tier gives 2 relegation spots. Number of extra lower division teams to be promoted: 6. Those 6 spots also mentioned at 3rd tier. From 2017 on there are 4 promotion spots in 3rd tier and 4 relegation spots in 2dn tier. However I keep on getting the error: "Promoted and relegated teams do not match up for Slovenian Second League (2 relegated) and Slovenian Third League (8 promoted) (extra teams requested = 0) Any clue on what I might be missing? Slovenia 2_297F3C8F-E2BA-4A68-9EE6-010E454B24F0.fmf
  12. As the title suggests how do i make teams available? I've seen in other pages that its to do with player database sizes, which makes sense, however in my world the only team which is unavailable (that i've found) is Germany, and there is plenty of players in the database, and i am playing as manager of RB Leipzig... Any clues?? I can see their rank, that Low is their manager and all their top players (Neuer etc) though when you click into their team to see the players they are all random players who arent part of the database. I think its been going on a while as i noticed Timo Werner didnt get a call up during the internationals despite being the top striker in the bundesliga in my save...
  13. so i am wondering why you cant change the logo, or history of a club in the in game editor? because the logo and history is under club detail, and when i go to the change club detail in the in game editor, the logo change and history change arent there?!? i dont understand why? it should be easy to fix. i found some information and the actual logo, that i would like to ad to my Heath Rangers save, but i cant do that. please make an update where that would be possible. thanks
  14. I have taken over as Hull City boss under the alias Scrotty McBuggerBalls with the aim of staying in the league. I will only use youth players from my own academy and use the same tactic every match.
  15. In this save I will try to manage in FM for 1000 years. I have so far done just over a hundred seasons as Brazil U20s manager. I will post updates whenever I win a trophy or seasonal updates if I join a club.
  16. Why was FM17 's new 2d camera angle removed and then never came back? It was pretty good.
  17. Hi, I'm managing in Northern Ireland at the moment and I'm struggling to get my reputation above 1 star. What is the best way to do this? I know reputation is gained by cup and league wins but I doubt NI cups/leagues will get me much rep. That just leaves the Europa League/Champions League and I don't think I'll have much of a chance of winning them! Do you get big rep gains for playing in the group stages of these competitions?
  18. Hi all, I’ve been a long time reader of this forum and looking to get more involved in tactical discussions. In doing reading on the forum I’ve managed to get a lot greater understanding about tactical settings and how things work and I think I’ve been able to definitely simplify things to understand how it all works. Hoping to have a bit of a discussion here about something I’ve been encountering on one of my saves lately. I’ll give a bit of background first. I’m playing as Leverkusen in a Pentagon save on FM17. I’m about 10 seasons in so none of my players will be familiar to anyone so will dispense with all the discussions around them unless required. I’m currently working with 3 tactics, all of them designed to play to my strengths or a specific play style: A 4-4-2 narrow diamond to play with my good strikers and talented central midfielders, a flat 4-4-2 with fast wingers, and a defensive 4-1-2-3 (aka 4-5-1 DM) when I’m trying to play a low-risk style of game against strong oppositions. It’s this last tactic that I’ve had trouble using. This is the tactic, and the style of play I’m trying to achieve: In Defence: - Defend with a medium-low block as my defenders are quite quick but good in the air so can cope with a bit of space in behind. Normally I defend on higher mentality tactics with a medium-high block. - Bank of 4 defenders with a CDM screen to have players behind the ball. - Close down a normal for the Defensive mentality; players won’t get pulled out of position and keep their structure. - All midfield trio get involved defensively due to support/defend duties. In Attack: - DLFs drops deep to link midfield when in possession, before moving into box late to become a goalscoring threat - IFa’s are main goalscoring threat, cutting inside onto stronger foot and with strong goalscoring skills (repurposed strikers) - APs pulls strings as the team’s playmaker from midfield strata. - BBM moves between lines to support midfield and attackers - FBs’s overlap a bit, but not too much to be caught out on the counter attack I’m one of the better teams in the league having finished 2nd last season and 3rd the season before, and there’s about a group of 5-6 of us who are on about the same level. I only tend to use this tactic in away games against the bigger sides, but find that they tend to flatten me. I’ll admit I haven’t done an in-depth analysis on specific games as some of the folks on the forum do, mostly because of time constraints in my normal life. But anecdotally I tend to concede multiple goals, have fewer attacking chances, and have lower possession in a tactic that is designed to be reasonably cautious and with a formation designed for defensive stability. Some of this I put down to the top-level regens in this game often being a bit stronger than players at the start of the game (Schalke’s striker is probably the best striker I’ve ever seen in FM), as well as playing against strong teams on their home turf. But it’s not because these teams are better than mine on the whole; last season I lost 4-0 away to Dortmund (eventual champions) using the 4-5-1 DM in the league and then later in the week beat them 8-3 at home in the cup (they scored 2 consolation goals) when we both used identical players and my only change was to my more comfortable narrow 4-4-2 diamond. But in general has anyone had similar issues using lower mentality tactics? I’m fully aware that the tactic is not going to be one to blow teams away but in using it I’m trying to be a good, compact defensive side but end up being hammered in most of these games I might play a few more games with it over the next few days (coming into a new season on the save) against some lower class teams and see how it goes and post my results. If anyone has any advice or discussion about this that would be great as well. TL;DR: I’ve tried to build a tactic that is defensively sound, but find myself getting beaten easily by similar strength teams with less possession and more opposition chances. Wanting to see if anyone has had the same issue and have a discussion about it.
  19. Now, friends i played with Liverpool for 2 seasons, and when i started third i got a game in SuperCup vs Monaco, everything is ok then there is a moment where match needs to start, u know lineups pre talk and thing like that. That is problem, when it shows starting lineups Monaco s team dont have 1 player, their right back is not there it just shows empty space, when i pres to start match and when all intro is over game just crash and show me this message and thats goes all over around and i dont know what to do. So pls hellp me, i would be really thankfull. Game is Football Manager 17.
  20. This might be a silly question, but does that mean the offensive passes like direct passes but thats unlikely cz most of time that percentage is higher than the other 2 and the Defense percentage is the lowest, what actually they mean? Here below is the screenshot of what I am talking about(Highlighted in the pic).
  21. What have Thailand, Guinea, the Seychelles, Saint Martin, Lebanon and Estonia got to do with each other? Literally nothing! Though for me... ...They're where my management career is going to unfold. In these countries and these countries only, I will be managing. And this time, the explicit rule is to enjoy myself. Not take the game too seriously. It's just that, a game. I'll be starting unemployed and will holiday untill today, as is the case with most of my other journeyman saves nowadays. Let's hope I don't get frustrated this time out!
  22. Hi everyone, this is a series from my blog, hope you enjoy it The Fantasista: Intelligence, Creativity, Technique - Part One What is perhaps one of the most fascinating aspects of football culture is the different interpretations of player roles and playing styles that various nations bring on to the wider football scene. The global football discourse often involves specific, almost trademark terms like the 'Volante' in Brasil - a term that has its roots in the name of Argentine player Carlos Volante, who was one of the first to play the position during the 1930s. It literally translates into English as Flywheel – a rotating device used as an energy store – or steering wheel. They are very much the fulcrum of attacks and the engine room of defence, and will use their technical ability to engineer attacks whilst also being able to garner the energy to break up opposition moves. Then you have roles like the 'Raumdeuter' in Germany, based on Thomas Muller's style of play at Bayern Munchen - a term that means 'space investigator' when translated literally and provides a good account of the style of play it often employs. When it comes to Italy, however, someone accustomed to the English football terminology would probably need a dictionary to make sense of pretty much anything they're talking about. Italian football culture is deep-rooted in history and has often been described as the nation that focuses most on the tactical side of the game. The trouble is, there are different words for similar things, however....not quite similar. For example, a 'mezz'ala' would be regarded as the equivalent of the 'box-to-box' midfielder in the UK, however that isn't necessarily true: the mezz'ala role entails more horizontal movement rather than vertical, box-to-box coverage, and its' literal translation actually means 'half-wing', which relates to the player operating in the 'half-spaces' and covering the wings (mostly relevant in 3-man midfield systems, such as the 4-3-3 or 5-3-2). This is of great importance when trying to make sense of specific football terminology. As mentioned above, a lot of these 'trademark' roles entail definitions of specific players and how they interpret the roles, as well as the context of the football culture they are part of. Along with the 'regista', One of the Italian terms that gained a wider recognition in world football as well as in English football culture is... 'the trequartista'. Literally translated as 'three quarters player', the term refers to where the player would likely play on the pitch As Roberto Mancini points out in his Master's Thesis that is based solely on analyzing the trequartista, "The magic of the number 10 comes from the trequartista's feet, the player of inventiveness, the one who is capable of wrong-footing “everyone with a piece of skill perhaps he is not even fully aware of.” He also breaks down his definition of the 'trequartista' into two aspects, which highlight the importance of football culture and the context it creates: From the point of view of “football culture”: The trequartista is a player with great technical skills and specific characteristics: sublime unmarking qualities; great basic technical skills and good applied technique quality; unpredictability; ability to serve the strikers with ease in various ways; predisposition to dribble and individual play; poor attitude to the defensive phase. From the point of view of the “position on the field”: The trequartista is a player who places himself in the central zone between the defensive midfielders and the strikers' lines. His analysis covers a lot of aspects about this role, and I strongly recommend giving it a read here - Roberto Mancini Master Thesis. Perhaps the most relevant part of his research to the objective of this article however, is his observations on how the 'trequartistas' of Serie A (in year 2000) show very different styles of play, and how much of it is down to the player's particular characteristics and how he interprets the role. For example, you'd have a player like Juan Sebastian Veron, who drives forward from the deeper area of the pitch, or someone like Locatelli (Bologna 2000) who mainly drifts laterally behind the strikers. The tactical set-up, the player's personal style of play and his general characteristics can result in a variety of interpretations of what is a 'trequartista'. In fact, so different where the styles of football that different trequartistas employed, that a new term was coined out in order to refer to a particular type of player that derives from the more traditional interpretation of a trequartista: The Fantasista, as the name itself suggests, is a role that implies artistry with and without the ball. Sparks of magic that vow the crowds, an imaginative ability to think about football and the technical ability required to execute it. The fantasista has traditionally been the main star of the show when it comes to exciting, creative pieces of play. Some of the names that made the role famous are undoubtedly - Roberto Baggio(pictured above), Diego Maradona, Francesco Totti, Alessandro Del Piero, amongst many others. Just to illustrate how mind-twisting Italian football terminology can be, I will quote the author of this fantastic piece. "Fantasista is usually or mostly a trequartista, but trequartista is not always a fantasista. Simone Perrotta, Thiago Motta, are one of the players who have been put as a trequartista but not fantasista. They interpret trequartista as hard working attacking midfielder who spread the pass and shoot at the goal when the opportunity knocks out. In Italy, fantasista is being described as the one who wears no 10, in which every little italian kids dream to wear no 10." What differentiates him from the traditional trequartista is a combination of: a) tactical intelligence - the ability to read the game, position himself favourably, make decisions that unlock stale pieces of play, trick the opposition, anticipate the opponent's collective/individual moves b)imagination/creativity - the 'fantasy' brain that comes up with pieces of skill or finds unconventional solutions to complicated situations of the pitch c) technical ability - the ability to execute the combination of the above two points with the feet: ball control, dribbling, technique, first touch and so on. Roberto Baggio is truly one of the first players that helped bring even more weight to what a 'fantasista' means: In a nutshell, we are talking about a football player with complete abilities in the attacking/creative department of the game. With less focus on physique and with limited defensive responsibility, the fantasista conserves his energy and focus on creating play in the final third, or more appropriately... in the third quarter. Unlike the trequartista, however, he will look to get involved even more in the box and be there to apply the final finish or curl the ball into the top corner, as a certain man did on numerous occasions only to get that finish trademarked as the shot 'a la Del Piero'. In the next parts of this series I will look at how this role can be translated into Football Manager and how different players or tactical systems can result in interpreting it differently.
  23. Not only the manager, all the player have same faces like this. Anyone have the solution to fix this? Thanks
  24. In previous years first Yugo23 and then @Barside created new benchmark threads for releases of FM to do performance comparisons. As Barside has previously stated he won't have time to do it this year, and as I recently built a new PC to play FM17, I thought I'd initiate the benchmarking for FM17 this year. As per previous years, I've created a save with all 116 leagues from all 51 nations loaded using a large database. Total player count is 167,000. Detail level settings are all at their default values. Like Barside did for FM16, two separate benchmark files have been created: Benchmark - A starts on 20th August Benchmark - B starts on the 25th August and will capture the end of the transfer window. To run the benchmark, download benchmark save games from the following mirror: DropBox: FM17 Benchmark A DropBox: FM17 Benchmark B Once loaded, ensure that auto save interval is disabled, and also set processing to Fast (Less Responsive), found at Preferences, More Match Settings. Optionally, restart your computer and close any unnecessary programs before running this benchmark. After you load the appropriate benchmark save game, just go on holiday for a week, and measure the time needed for processing using a stopwatch on your wristwatch or phone. Example: Benchmark A: Holiday until 27/8/2016 Benchmark B: Holiday until 1/9/2016 If you're running on a laptop make sure it is plugged into the power socket. Post your results in the following format: Links to older threads for those who want to compare their scores: FM 16 Benchmark FM 15 Benchmark FM 14 Benchmark Additional Notes: When I ran the FM17 benchmark against my new PC, it actually processed slower then last years FM16 benchmark file on the same PC, which was a surprise considering the new 64bit processing is enabled. To maintain consistency and ensure I was comparing like for like, I created new FM16 benchmark A & B files with the same settings as the new FM17 benchmark files. This was to make sure the files could be as the same as possible. Savegame Data: FM17 Benchmark database: 167440 players, 86421 staff, 57974 teams New FM16 Benchmark database: 163785 players, 69892 staff, 55414 teams Benchmark Results:
  25. Hello guys! I am from İstanbul,Turkey.I am going to start a career with my favourite club Besiktas JK.This is my first thread in the site so let's hope this lasts at least 10 years in game.Even Besiktas has great players,The team is in debt more than 300 millions so my aim is going to spend less money and earn much more in transfers.Also I am a person with rigid rules.I don't like the money wasted. Most successful teams of the league are Galatasaray,Fenerbahce and Besiktas but Galatasaray is the one club who won a trophy at European level.Let's see if can be the second.I never saw a career with a Turkish Club in the forum so I am sure it is going to be a interesting career for you guys. Those are the trophies won by our club.Even Besiktas JK is the oldest club in Turkey (founded in 1903),we won the league trophy 12 times. (IRL it is 13).No trophies won outside of tournaments based in Turkey. And at the last let's see our wonderful stadium: I am sure you heard how is the atmosphere in this stadium.I have been there at least 20 times and I can't describe it with my words.Just wonderful. About the title; It is a motto of supporter Group named Carşı who are regarded as anti-racist, anti-fascist, anti-sexist, pluralist and ecologist.
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