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  1. I am back after a year long absence from these parts (and playing FM in general tbf). This save will be played on the recent update of FM19. Inspired somewhat by ManUtd1's big journeyman I've had this idea for a save planned for a while. The aim of it is to win the Champions League with a team that hasn't won it before from "every" country in Europe. I say every with brackets as I won't be using any extra files on this save so I will "only" be doing it for the 34 countries available on the game. I guess I could do 35 if you include the Liechtenstein side, but I won't have to worry about making a decision on that for a very long time. As I often like to do on saves on FM I will start off with Arsenal and then work my way around the rest of Europe from there. I'll be starting the game with the top leagues from England, Spain, Germany and France all loaded, then will take one away and add another as I complete one. So when I win the CL with Arsenal I will take England off and add Italy, then take the next off and add Portugal, Turkey, Russia, etc and so on.
  2. Updated for 19.3.0 Lower League Game Files for Hong Kong Editor Files Facepack & Logos Adboard XML Adboard Static Pictures Adboard Video Adboard Video Font File (if nameplates, shirt numbers disappear) Mirror Site on Google Drive (limited daily downloads, no preview) Mirror Editor Files Mirror Facepack & Logos Mirror Adboard XML Mirror Adboard Static Pictures Mirror Adboard Video Mirror Adboard Video Font File (if nameplates, shirt numbers disappear) The Hong Kong Database is a user-adjustable detail-rich lower league simulation. 10 separate editor files offer flexibility with the challenge level. Adboards plus club and competition logos are provided at each level of competition. The Hong Kong facepack contains 693 images of existing players and non-players, 443 images of club officers, coaches, players and officials, and 96 generic faces. Six tiers are provided for promotion within the HKFA pyramid. HK Tier 1 approximates English Tier 5, the National League. HK Tier 5 and 6 approximates English Tier 9 and 10, the County leagues. Cup competitions are tier appropriate with the FA Cup open to all clubs in the pyramid. Four international competitions allow Tier 1 clubs to grow beyond the stature of the domestic league. Hong Kong is slanted towards academics rather than athletics. The youth system will see a significant number of usable newgens coming from the included school leagues. In reality, some recent youth stars are of expat and/or mixed race origin, and there will be usable newgens coming from non-league and/or expat based local regions. Actual Hong Kong football is dominated by a small number of underwriter supported clubs. The provided databases flattens the revenue structure through a self-sustaining league position award system and opens transfer avenues to undervalued nations. The revamped youth system allows smaller teams the opportunity to grow talent and increase their stature, before being poached by larger clubs. Because Hong Kong football is weighted towards the elite few, my gameplay experience in FM16 and 17 saw an easy ride through the middle tiers. To increase the challenge, I balanced the league by adding new players and staff to all existing tiers of the pyramid. These additions are in separate files: one can play with only the league structure, only new officials and staff, or only new non-players and experienced players, or only new officials, non-players, experienced players and new players up to tier 4. Tier 5 introduces a new division made up entirely of expatriate clubs. Such leagues exist in HK at the amateur level. The new tier extends and enhances the actual situation. Tier 5 is optional, but adding it and the accompanying 860 youthful facepack images will extend enjoyment of this challenge without a proliferation of regen faces. Tier 6 represents the actual amateur leagues, of which I have included the most successful teams from The Legal, Union and Yau Yee Leagues. Hong Kong is the world's most expensive real estate market; land is at a premium. Where possible, 7-a-side fields are utilized as reserve stadiums and training grounds. This prevents existing pitches from turning into a soggy mess and delays the want of some clubs to build their own, which in reality, is an impossibility. Facts Hong Kong, SAR Population: 7,392,000 Language Official: Cantonese and English (Hong Kong Basic Law article 9) Spoken English Competance: 23/41/35% very good, average, not good* FIFA Conf: Asian Football Confederation FIFA Rank (Present, High, Low): 144, 90, 172 FIFA Rank perspective, between Soloman Islands (143) and Afghanistan (145) AFC Champions League Appearances: 1, 2016-17 Eastern A.A. FA Tiers/Clubs: 4/52 Avg Attendance Premier League: 1142 (week 23 2018, HKFA site) Capacity Stadiums: 2400-7800 (Premier League) Players T1 Total/Foreign %: 288/88, 31% (2018 Oct Transfer Markt) CA Observed Top Pro HK Club: 63-105 (Highest 14 Players) CA Observed Bot Pro HK Club: 46-098 (Highest 14 Players) Consistency Top Pro HK Club: 07-015 (Highest 14 Players) Consistency Bot Pro HK Club: 05-010 (Highest 14 Players) Compare England T5, Torquay: CA 65-90, Consistency 8-15 *2016 Thematic Household Survey, HK Census and Statistics Dept Tiers (Actual 2018-19/FM19/Custom Gamepack) 10/10/10 T1,Premier League 14/14/10 T2,HKFA 1st Division 14/14/18 T3,HKFA 2nd Dvision 14/14/18 T4,HKFA 3rd Division nn/00/36 T5,(new international conference) nn/26/48 T6,(four amateur divisions) nn/11/32 T7,(university and academy division) nn/00/40 T8,(college divisions) nn/00/10 T9,(non-league) Cups National (in editor file) HKFA HK Community Cup HK Senior Challenge Shield HK Junior Challenge Shield HK Amateur Cup Clubs All HKFA T1 clubs are professional. T2-6 clubs are semi-professional. Attendance and reputations are normalized. Existing sugar daddy and underwriter clubs continue to be. Sponsorships were normalized to a minimum level and compensated for with division performance awards. Recruitment and Youth Academy ratings are normalized down from a world class level down to a reputation appropriate level. Stand-alone academies, colleges and university produce youth talent. A new expat league is added to form T5. Current expat and locals continue to play in the amateur division of tier 6. T7 and T8 represent for-profit football academies, secondary schools and the university league. T9 contains non-league clubs. A pyramid system is introduced. Traditionally, semi-pro clubs refused promotion to the professional Premier League, historically, some placements have been arbitrary. Non-league clubs can now be promoted to the HKFA through a playoff system. Cities/Local Regions Modified 234 cities to include proper inhabitant range, latitude/longitude, altitude, weather, and attraction level as a function of proximity to the number of MTR subway lines and/or (express) bus routes. Modified 62 local regions. The actual 18 HK districts now have proper population and weather. Others are in-country expatriate regions and foreign expatriate regions that models the Hong Kong diaspora. Stadiums Only HKFC, South China, government support service associations, and academy/schools own pitches. HK pitches are groundshare with assignments managed by HK Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD). Added T1-2 alternate stadiums to lower level clubs. Added and modified 212 stadiums and fields to include correct latitude/longitude, seating, capacity, city, seating color, pitch dimensions and type, build and modified date where available, and condition. LCSD database and Happy Valley facility map were used as reference: 7-a-side facilities were converted to reserve/training pitches and 11-a-side pitches were added/modified. HK Centre of Excellence training facility was also added, reflecting actual building plans. Certain university and secondary school facilities of proper dimensions were added. Some pitches were added to accommodate new clubs. Custom db current stadiums, capacities and locations are here, categorized by division. The drill-down shows capacity, lat and long, and Hong Kong Leisure and Cultural Services Department link if available., Nation (file: 200 HKG Policies) Adjusts Youth Rating from 47 to 60 (same as mainland China) Adjusts FA from Completely Useless to Very Important Adjusts Starting Personality Attributes to Above Average->Good Changes Nationality Status to Accumulative from Consecutive Years Moves English to primary language and adjusts Mandarin proficiency upwards Add preferred secondary and attack/defense formations Adds Macau as Non-Foreign Adds nations to preferred Transfer Continent and Nation Transfer fees set to the Dutch level to properly compensate for poaching Personal Taxation brackets corrected: 4,8,12k GBP vs 47,93,140k GBP in editor Actual 2018 median annual income is 19.4k GBP. Corporation Taxation Schema updated to actual CY2018 two tier schema Club (file 201 HKG Clubs) Installs League Structure and Cups Cups International (file:202 Asia Competitions) AFC Trophy (32 teams/top 8 nations) AFC Plate (32 teams/top 8 nations) AFC Gold Challenge Series (64 teams/top 16 nations) AFC Silver Challenge Series (64 teams/9-32 ranked nations) AFC Bronze Challenge Series (64 teams/17-47 ranked nations) Officials (file:203 Officials) Reclass 83, Add 138 Assign officials to (new) AFC competitions, HK Tiers 1-6, HK Cups Officers (file: 204 Officers) Add 134 Chairmen and Managing Directors to clubs without entries Add 13 agent/advocates to nation Hong Kong (bugged, these are not appearing in-game) Coaches (file: 205 Coaches and 106 Reclass) Add 478 and reclass 103 Managers and Coaches to existing clubs and to new clubs in T5 and T6. All T1-6 clubs will have at least a first team manager and assistant. Upper tier clubs also receive reserve team manager and specialty coaches, fitness and/or goalkeeping. Players (file: 207 Players) Add 209 older players to T1-3 Clubs, CA 50-70, Consistency 13-14 Players (file: 208 Players) Add 553 young players to T1-4 Clubs, CA 30-60, Consistency 9-12 Players (file: 209 Players) Add 1516 players to T5-6 Clubs, CA 10-24, Consistency 7-9 How to use the files The numbered editor files will load in order. The minimum needed to play are files 200 and 201. File 202 adds Asia Competitions and is optional. In order to use the facepacks, the prior numbered files must be used. So for instance, if one wants to only add T1-T4 young players (file 208), one must install all prior numbers (files 200 through 207). The included facepack is sequentially numbered for 19.3. Road Map FM20 Update Hong Kong Facepack, review T1 Senior Faces Review possibility of consolidating editor files Review possibility of adding diaspora leagues culminating in Chinese Intl Cup Assign mental, physical and technical attributes to added players Assign player/non-player status for added players to create future staff with faces Create transfer file for future seasons to compensate for foreign league poaching Update non-league clubs if time remains How to Install Download files from the main site or mirror site. Once are in the main file area, the zip directory/sub-directory will create/use the proper directories and then place files in their place, if installed on Windows OS. -- >documents/sports interactive/football manager 19 is for ads, adboard pictures, editor files, and facepack & logos -- >(program files)-->football manager 19-->data is for adboards video Install Editor Files Install ads.xml Install Ad Static Boards Install Ad Video Boards Install Ad Video Fonts (if necessary) Install Facepack (HKG) Sample of Static and Video Ads Install Cautions ads.xml will overwrite your current one. Please back this up if you intend to play other challenge/scenarios. The HKG Adpack will overwrite any other adpack defaults you are using. Please backup graphics->pictures->ads->default before installing. Other directories should peacefully coexist with your current files. If in 3d match play/highlights player nameplate and/or jersey numbers disappear, install adboards video fonts into the same directory as the video ads. Link to FM18 version
  3. [ FM 19 ] FMBase | Transfers & Data Update by Darkness All changes from V1 to V6.1 that are missing in the 19.3.5 standard database have been added again V11Demonstrated in the editor that the update has been completely re-created based on the 19.3.5 patch of Sports Interactive no database copy of the older 19.1 patch! no old data from the previous one.The First ( Transfer ) Data Update for Football Manager 2019 in Europe based on 19.3 ( 5 March) The database V10 has been completely rebuilt at 19.3.5. Data & Transfers Update V9/V10 : Download link V9 (Season 2018-2019 19.3.4 ( click here ) for the download FM Data Update X V9 -19.3.5 ( Season 2018-2019 ) Download link V11 ( Season 2019-2020 19.3.5 15/9/2019 (Click here ) for the download FM Data Update X V11 Final 15/9/2019 *Do not combine FM Data Update X V9 and V11! select 1 of them to choose !!!* [ Realname Club & League Fix Final V11] Download link [Realname Club & League Fix 15.9.2019 V11 ](click here ) for the download FM Data Update X Realname & Club Fix V11 CONTACT INFORMATION For technical support contact : prealnamesfm2015@gmail.com. 80+ New added youth players: Naci Ünüvar (Ajax) ,Xavi Simons (PSG), Levi Skyum (Feyenoord) ,Olivier Dewaele (Anderlecht), Andrea Bonetti (Juventus), Karamoko Dembelé (Celtic), Noah Ohio (Manchester City), Levent Gundogan ( Manchester United) ,Christian Rasmussen ( Ajax ), Nils de Wilde Anderlecht), Sergej Vintonji ( Partizan Klub ), Youssoufa Moukoko ( Dortmund ).... 34+ Realife agents Mino Raiola, Jorge Mendes, Pinhas Zahavi, Rodger Linse, Sören Lerby, Perry Overeem, Rob Jansen, Marko Pantelic, Ali Dursun, Aleksandar Bursac, Frank Trimboli , Milos Malenovic ( Agent ).. Official club and league names (FCP -> FC Porto, Euro Cup -> UEFA Europa League and of course the Champions League & Youth League license !! Database errors corrected from the American competition to the Dutch and of course the top competitions! Media resources exclusive: FoxSports, Ziggo, AD, Telegraaf, de Gelderlander, Ajax showtime, VI, Sporza, Voetbalzone, Gazet of Antwerp ,Mundo Deportivo, La Gazzetta dello Sport, Tuttosport and 15 others present in new update! License Fix: Andrés Iniesta (Vissel Kobe), Lukas Podolski (Vissel Kobe), Fernando Torres (Sagan Tosu) Raúl González Blanco trainer (Real Madrid) added to the database. General Changes : Corrected Awards and Trophy names , Updated team captains, vice captains , Promotion / relegation to leagues that have already finished the season. Step 1 : Download FM Data Update X Data 2019 FMF & Realname Club & League Fix LNC 1) Put the FMF (FM Data Update X 2019 FMF) file in the following folder: (User) / My Documents / Sports Interactive / FM 2019 / editor data Note: Do not combine the FM Data Update X 2019 with other updates. Make your choices between the 2018-2019 V9 or 2019-2020 V11 season and place it in the editor folder Step 2: Now go to the following folder: (Windows) \ Program Files (x86) \ Steam \ steamapps \ common \ Football Manager 2019 \ dates \ db \ 1930 \ Open the folder '' LNC 'then' 'all' 'delete the following files from the folder LNC: fake.lnc, lic_dan_swe_fra.lnc, nleague.lnc Note: Now place the [Realname Club & League Fix ] download files in this folder ---> '' LNC ' Step 3: After the "edt" folder, delete '' fake.edt '' and then open the '' DBC '' folder, then delete: brazil_kits.dbc, forbidden names.dbc, Licensing2.dbc, Step 4: Start up Football Manager 2019 now and load a new game
  4. Hello FM fans and readers, i am from India and Manchester United die hard fan.. Hereby without taking much time, i am starting my personal FM19 journey... I hope you will enjoy it and also hope you will guide me to play to the best of my capabilities... Ok so i am starting with my favourite club Manchester United, season 2018-19. I had attached image of my Summer transfer deals, i desperately wanted to sell Sanchez, Mata, Fellaini, Smalling, Matic, Valencia, Darmian and Rojo, however i succeeded only in selling Sanchez and Darmian for 37M pound raising to 45.5M and 10.25M pound respectively. Dalot, Fred and Grant were already bought before i joined the game, and then i was succeeded in buying Alex Grimaldo for 32.5M and Hirving Lozano for 24.5M who both went straight into my first team plan, Grimaldo as LB and Hirving Lozano as RW (although his 1st preference is LW, but i have Martial and Rashford for LW, so have to play Lozano as RW, hopefully he will learn this position). Also bought Joao Felix, whom i sent back on loan for 1 year as part of transfer deal. Also bought few other young talented players, however few other didnt joined me who were not interested in Man Utd. This is my first season and learnt few tricks of not buying a players for high price, esp those players who are extremely interested in joining Man Utd, which i will implement in next transfer.... Also i sold Valencia to some chinese club for 7M, but that deal will go in winter transfer season, so till than he will play with us. Some players which i must target now is RW (1st choice is Federico Chiesa and 2nd is Christian Pulisic) as well as RB (1st choice as Joshua Kimmich or 2nd choice as Benjamin Henrichs as he can play both as RB and LB).
  5. The Spartans A journey to make Spartans relevant. I was looking for a long term save to start during this work from home period, started a Bolivian league save but everything broke after 1 season so went for a more tried and tested database and the Scottish adventure began. Choosing a team was easy when I looked and saw one called Spartans, big fan of the races and lock down has had me miss a few events this year. A quick look into their history, based in Edinburgh and never been in the football league. First challenge is to get into the league, secondly become the best team in Edinburgh, thirdly best team in Scotland and finally best in Europe and worldwide. The team selected, game loaded it was time to begin. First things first, new kits. I have completed 2 season already before deciding to write this so will give a quick run through so everything is caught up. Season 1 Started poorly, we went with a 4-1-4-1 formation and controlling possession tactics. The possession controlling seemed to work but we struggled at the attacking end of the pitch scoring just 36 goals in 30 games the only reason we finished so high in the league was we conceded just 16 goals. Overall we were involved in quite a few competitions so here is a summary; Lowland League - 3rd Scottish Cup - 4th Round Betfred Cup - Group stage- 5th IRN-BRU Cup - 1st Round SFA South Challenge Cup - Runners up East of Scotland Qualifying Cup - Winners Lowland League Cup - 1st Round Biggest takes from this were, Scottish cup was great for income, beat Berwick from league above us in the second round then got a divisional rival in East Kilbride in the third round. Falkirk beat us after an own goal from the halfway line ended our chances and Tolmie’s Spartans career. The league showed we are a good side but need to be more attacking so that was my mine drive going into the second season. I didn’t see the need for wholesale changes so secured our better players to additional years on contract and brought in 4 new signings during the summer. Season 2 This season started a lot better, I have decided to change the tactics and move to a 4-2-3-1 with the extra midfielder going forward hopefully enough to get me the goals I craved. Mix this with my biggest summer signings Lewis Small and Aidan Wilson we would hopefully have a successful season. The fixtures speak for themselves, just the two losses all season (which I still don't understand) and we set records for most wins, points, wins in a row, games without losing, highest avg rating and most goals by a player. In the rest of the competitions we did fairly well in the cups the board does not care about and just about scrapped the results needed in the cups we were judged on. Here are the results in a nice easy to read form. Lowland League - 1st Playoff Lowland/Highland - Winners League 2 Relegation Playoff - Winners Scottish Cup - 3rd Round Betfred Cup - Not entered IRN-BRU Cup - 1st Round SFA South Challenge Cup - Winners East of Scotland Qualifying Cup - Winners Lowland League Cup - Semi Finals The league itself has issues with competitiveness as most teams let too many players go in the off-season and didn't replace them. A lot also had loanees that would not work now as bigger teams did not want to loan to clubs our size, I tried many times to get a senior affiliate (for money more than players) but failed every time. One benefit/bug I found was I could sign players to a youth contract on £5 a week and only give them a real contract if there was interest. This mean 4 or 5 players on top wages close to £100 a week took up half my budget and then the rest was a few youth academy players (can't afford to keep them all), players on youth contracts and rotation players who I had to give part time contracts to so that they stayed. This brings us nicely onto finances. On average our wage bill second year was £650-700 a week, rather than the £1200 in the first year so over the season we saved £26,000. This mixed with some good cup runs, in the low paying cups, meant we finish the season with -£11,000. Not great but much better than peak debt of -£62,890. I cannot see anything that says stadium sizes in the rules for League 2 so hopefully that's not an issue though last home game of the season I got a notification saying we were leaving Ainsle Park so not sure what's going on there as no building work or anything going on. Moving forward the squad want to challenge for playoffs next year, I think it might be an issue getting players of the right caliber but its wait and see for now, Scottish clubs have released players on the save so begins a few hours of trawling looking for the right guys, particularly a GK and LW. Around the World. Scotland England Rest of Europe If anyone wants info on anything let me know, playing on FM19 with Scotland as only playable but big European leagues viewable Planning to post a pre, mid and post season update from here on out.
  6. Hey. I've just got the game and am trying to use a transfer update database from FmScout. Downloaded the database and put the files in Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2019\editor data, but cannot see them when choosing a database for a new save. Ive tried different databases and none will work. What am I doing wrong??
  7. 您好,我最近这两天刚开始玩FM2019,开档2018年7月30日执教西班牙人(西甲)。存档一到2018年8月1号/2号就闪退。 开档时我用了76个database文件,大部分都是国家/洲际规则改动,现在我非常需要帮助。 以下是我所有的editor data文件,外加crash dump希望有人能排查一下,谢谢! editor data.rar FM 2019 v19.3.6.1242975 (2019.11.06 08.50.26).dmp
  8. 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!
  9. This is my video series of FC United on FM19. Here is the the forth episode. It's the best one so far but still needs major improvements for subsequent episodes:
  10. Download the TCM19 Logopack, megapack of more than 33.300 logos of clubs and competitions for Football Manager 2019! This is the 6th edition of the TCM Megapack for Football Manager. After more than 1.5 Million downloads for previous versions, we want to offer more! Adopt the brilliant TCM19 Logo megapack for Football Manager 2019 by TCMLogos.com. 220 Nations : 29268 Clubs + 3485 Competitions + 548 Miscellaneous = 33301 LOGOS Africa : 2145 Clubs – 203 Competitions North America : 2434 Clubs – 276 Compétitions South America : 2941 Clubs – 215 Compétitions Asia: 3214 Clubs – 630 Compétitions Europa : 18170 Clubs – 1904 Compétitions Oceania : 364 Clubs – 76 Compétitions + Confederations, Federations, International Competitions & Flags.All the details by Nations in the Megapack. If you have logos to make, two possibilities: – If there are only a few logos, go to page requests:https://www.tcmlogos.com/requetes-request/ – If there is a lot of logos or if you want to become a contributor, go to contributor page :https://www.tcmlogos.com/tcm-contributor/ Screenshot TCM19 English in FM19 (click to enlarge) : Bonus : Adboards banners from our partners showing during games are included in this pack : Greetings : Developers : Kinmar : Enhancing the Template, Development, Hosting (TCM 14-19). Thomasom : Creating the Template, Development (TCM 14-15). Sualg-Bilbao : Development (TCM 14-16). Zecha : Development (TCM 16). RBRND : Development (TCM 18). Torbin : Development (TCM 18). Contributors : TCM19 :Atvo, BaCplayer, Basa, Chavez, Loukas, Lucas, Maestro, Makiawelli_leg, Marcos, Oriole01,Ramoscu (FMTurkiye), Spix22, STeRODeF, Tapioca, Vince-Taiwan, Walleski, Wutzwz.Old TCM : Abu-Dun, Alfredo, AndreaLAZIOultras, ArturM, bdavies26, Borell, Brendan, Broeren, cdmafra, claytonpadula, Cleuber, Diogo Paiva, Domi, Eray1914, Frimimout, Gamma022, Heval, Hrvoje, JesperBN, Julian, Kamil, Kostas_Panachaiki, MatheusMux, Mátyás, MZ17, Necjeff (DF11 Faces), nxtfuture, Pappeldrache, Patres10 (FC12 Kits), Patrick, Paul_13, Pierre-Jean, RBRND, Rein, Renato, Rivanov, Segmann, Sh@rk, Spartacus23, Stathis, Steinbolt, Theodor (@e_spurs_norway), Torbin. Partner Website : DazS8 DF11Faces FM Inside FM Revolution FM Slovakia FM Scout FM Turkiye ManagerOnline Mój Football Manager Passion4FM Sortitoutsi TVFoot Warnings : This creation (TCM19) is a property of the site TCMLogos.com and is in free use for personal use only. The only authorized download links are the official links available on the site to monitor the downloads statistics. If you wish to integrate our creation into a presentation, your own graphics, for any public use, thanks for asking us the permission. TCMLogos.com is a non profit website and only wishes to help the Football Manager players community. However, some recognition isn’t much asking for a time wasting work. Therefore, thanks for respecting these few rules. Additional Information : https://www.tcmlogos.com/ (Website link)contact@tcmlogos.com (Website email)https://www.facebook.com/tcmlogos (Facebook)https://twitter.com/tcmlogos (Twitter)http://steamcommunity.com/groups/tcm-fm (Steam)
  11. YACS for Football Manager 2019 Current Version: 1.4 (Updated: 10.03.2019) If your skins name isn't "YACS (v1.4)" or "YACS (v1.4) - DDL" then your skin is outdated. Screenshots: Album Download: Direct Download Download: Steam Workshop (You have to click on Subscribe and restart Football Manager after the download) YACS Extra Downloads DF11 Facepack Support: Direct Download (Last Updated: 25 Nov ) No Attribute Boxes: Direct Download (Last Updated: 03 Jan ) Old YACS Star Ratings: Direct Download YACS alternate Alternate version of YACS with a less colour dominant header. Download: Steam Workshop DDL included in Base Skin download.
  12. I have created a new gegenpress based tactic after being successful with my previous wing play tactic. Here are some ss regarding the tactic:
  13. The Frenchman Who Made Vietnam Cheer We've all heard of French Indochina, of the Sino-French and Independence wars, and of course of the Vietnam wars that started in the 50s, taking away the lives of millions and millions of innocent civilians. France has, admittedly, played an important part in every single intervention in Vietnam, and still has to this day a strong influence on the country's economy, political instability, and whatnot. What if its influence grew past the negativity it has always had a connotation to? What if France sent one of its brightest young minds to make Vietnam rejoice the socio-cultural infatuation it should have always had? The hero of our story, a young 22 year-old who was set to become France's greatest football star until he tore his ACL (you know how it goes), initially came to Vietnam as a tourist, but had some issues at the border that forced him to stay there indefinitely, don't ask any more questions, I didn't think that much about Alphonse's story. Oh, right, his name's Alphonse, as French as it gets, pretty cool, right? Alphonse had to find a job that would pay the bills in order to, well, survive, and turned to football, his only education. Few weeks later, he penned a manager contract with the legendary Phù Đổng FC, founded in 2015 with the slogan "Sports is life". One of his objectives as manager of this small Hanoi-based club; to make it the Asian powerhouse it should have always been. In fact, his list of objectives goes a bit deeper than that. I present to you, the 16 Commandments of Alphonse Levallois. Now, more information on this youth-only career update and our chosen team, the great Phù Đổng FC, will follow in the next post.
  14. Anyone have any tips for finding wonderkids ? Ive followed the tip here https://www.footballmanagerblog.org/2018/12/fm19-guide-easily-find-wonderkids-football-manager.html And going through this link https://dictatethegame.com/2019/09/09/finding-wonderkids/ But is there anything else I could to uncover wonderkids/rough diamond ? Thanks
  15. Just started a game with Dinamo and as I have Dani Olmo and Lovro Majer Im looking for a tactic that would incorporate at least 1 of them or even both Thanks for you help.
  16. Introduction: The sole purpose of this fie is to expand the US/Canadian experience for Football Manager as close to real life as reasonably possible. And if I do say so myself, I believe this file is the most realistic USA expansion for any version of Football Manager. There are a lot of different ways to enjoy this DB file. Take over your local NPSL or USL2 club (like my Emerald Force SC). Start with at the youth level, including the MLS academy teams. Do a Caleb Porter and build a college powerhouse before taking on the professional game. You can even make like Marc Dos Santos and start in one of the Canadian leagues (including the new Canadian Premier League). Or, just start in MLS while the pyramid below helps develop players for your dynasty. Here are the specifics: UNITED STATES Major League Soccer: All default rules are still in place (salary cap, allocation money, contract types, All-Star Game, Drafts, etc). In 2019, as by default, FC Cincinnati joins the league (as is the case in real life). Expansion draft still occurs. The big addition here is the 2020 expansion where Beckham's Inter Miami franchise joins the league along with Nashville, as is happening in real life. Some liberty was taken with the Nashville franchise, as they have not announced their branding yet. I simply "promoted" Nashville SC from USL Championship. The teams join the league as normal, however the expansion draft for 2020 does not seem to take place. FM obviously realizes that expansion is happening because it shows on the calendar, however it never actually occurs as it does for the 2019 expansion. It's apparently a hard-coding issue. Also included is the recently announced changes to the playoffs, starting in 2019. Seven teams from each conference now qualify for a chance to win the MLS Cup, up from six. (*3.17 CHANGE NOTE - I have now included a version of the file that sets all playable clubs in the USA to "Professional". This is not entirely accurate, but it does seem to help overcome the hard-coding issues that make it difficult to sign players at the lower levels). United Soccer League Championship: The league plays in 2018 with the same 33 teams from real life. In 2019, FC Cincinnati leaves the league to join MLS. Penn FC, Richmond Kickers, and Toronto FC II "relegate" to USL One. Austin Bold FC, Birmingham Legion FC, El Paso Locomotive, Hartford Athletic, Loudoun United FC, Memphis 901 FC, and New Mexico United all join the league for the 36 real life teams for 2019. In 2020, Chicago and Oakland join for 38. The 7 expansion clubs can be chose from USL League One at the beginning of the game. United Soccer League One: The league does not schedule any matches in 2018, however you can choose the clubs which do not play in other leagues at the beginning of the game (Chattanooga Red Wolves, Forward Madison, Greenville Triumph, Lansing Ignite, North Texas SC, Orlando City B, and the Rochester Rhinos) It also starts with the 7 expansion teams that join USL in 2019 so you can start with one of them and build the squad. League begins play in 2019. NPSL Pro: Does not schedule any matches for 2018 or 2019 and begins play in 2020. You can pick Cal United, Cal FC, or Oakland Roots in the beginning. In 2019, the NPSL Founders Cup generates with the 11 teams set to play in the NPSL Pro Division competing in the same format as it is set to in real life. National Independent Soccer Association - This league begins play in 2019. In real life the NISA will run on a Fall-Spring calendar, but this cannot be done in the FM editor when the rest of the nation runs on a Spring-Fall calendar. NCAA: All 209 teams and 24 conferences are included. Set up to mimic real life as much as FM will allow. 21 of 24 conferences have tournaments, with all 24 conference champions gaining automatic bids to the NCAA Championship Tournament. Players selected for the MLS Superdraft will come from the NCAA. US Soccer Development Academy: This is where newgens are generated in USA in FM. Activating the division means that the youngsters will get meaningful matches. This league matches real life as much as possible, but in reality the league runs on a fall-spring schedule and FM doesn't allow one division in a nation to run fall-spring if the rest of the leagues run spring-fall. Also now included is the Generation Adidas Cup, giving MLS Academy teams competition against each other and foreign youth squads. United Soccer League Two: Setup to reflect real life for all 2018-2019 changes. FC Tucson and South Georgia Tormenta play in USL2 in 2018 before joining USL1 in 2019. National Premier Soccer League: Also setup to function in 2018-19 as in real life. Chattanooga FC, Detroit City, Miami FC, Miami United, Milwaukee Torrent, New York Cosmos, FC Arizona, and ASC San Diego all play in NPSL in 2018 before moving to NPSL Pro in 2019. CANADA: Canadian Premier League: Now that I know all of the rules, I have been able to recreate the CPL as it will function in real life. The league plays a 10-match Spring Season, an 18-match Fall (Autumn) Season, with the winner of each plays for the overall championship. If one team wins both the Spring and the Fall, the team with the second best record overall plays in the two-legged league championship. My file will record the winners of each half of the season, and the overall champion. I have also gotten the squad rules as close as I could to the real life rules (23 players, 7 foreign player maximum, and at least three U21 domestic players in the squad). Second Division: League1 Ontario and the PLSQ are recreated as close as possible to real life, including league cups. Third Division: Pacific Coast Soccer League, Canadian Soccer League, and the CSL Second Division. Canadian Championship: Is set to function as in real life. The six teams that participated in the tournament in 2018, with the CPL teams joining the other six real life teams in the 2019 edition. Starting in 2020 the L1O and PLSQ champions join the 7 CPL teams, the Ottawa Fury, and the 3 Canadian teams from MLS in the correct format. ADDITIONAL FILES FOR THE CONCACAF CLUB COMPETITIONS: Apparently modifying MLS in the editor causes the default CONCACAF Champions League to go haywire, so I rebuilt it. It functions better with the CONCACAF League and CFU Club Championship competitions which I also rebuilt. If you do not include these files with my USA-Canada expansion, the Champions League will not select the proper teams. For the Concacaf League and the Concacaf Champions League to function properly, you will need to drop the Mexico and Costa Rica leagues files into the "editor files" folder. These competitions have been modified to ensure that the correct clubs qualify for continental play. -Competitions included: CONCACAF Champions League, CONCACAF League, Leagues Cup GRAPHICS FILE: Also included is a graphics file which contains logos for all American and Canadian teams. It also includes kits for all US teams and the CPL teams. Screenshots: KNOWN ISSUES: -For whatever reason, the expansion draft does not happen for the 2020 or 2021 expansions. As best as I can tell, this is a hard-coding issue pertaining to MLS expansion. The expansion draft does still occur for FC Cincinnati. -Some NPSL and USL2 clubs won't fill their squads. Some teams will always have only gray players. I've tried different things, but for now there seems to be no way around this. My guess as to why this is the case would be because in FM, clubs in the USA do not develop new players. All new domestic American players come through the Academy system whereas clubs in other countries' have a yearly youth intake. I can't say for sure why some semi-pro clubs don't just go sign free players, but I'd say it's related to the unique US youth system in FM. -NCAA teams will not function exactly as they should in real life. FM sees the teams as amatuer U23 clubs. Their squads are usually automatically populated which I would suppose is because the SuperDraft pulls from them. -Professional clubs from USL2, and the Division 3 competitions will sign players from the NCAA and Academy leagues. I have done what I can to minimize this phenomenon, but it is unfortunately unavoidable and unrealistic. The somewhat good news is that it will happen less frequently as the game progresses after the professional clubs have filled their squads. DISCLAIMER: I have NO idea how this file will mesh with other database files. If you have an issue, by all means report it and I will try to make it compatible but I can make no promises on that. DOWNLOADS: USA Expansion 3.24 - http://www.mediafire.com/file/zacf3690c3ie97w/USA_Expansion_3-24.rar/file -----There are now two options for the USA Expansion file: #1 Standard - The standard version of the file leaves all club status' and reputations "as is". #2 Pro - the pro version sets all clubs statuses to professional, which helps with the lower level clubs in signing players and acquiring loans. DO NOT PUT BOTH FILES IN THE EDITOR DATA FOLDER. The file will not load up if both are included. Canada Expansion 1.9 - http://www.mediafire.com/file/x3zx188b6e2q5qq/Canada_Expansion_1.9.rar/file Concacaf Competitions 3.23 - http://www.mediafire.com/file/pfk6bksc2338k95/Concacaf_Comps_3-23.rar/file (IMPORTANT NOTE - You will NEED these files or the correct teams will not qualify for the Concacaf Champions League. It also includes files for Costa Rica and Mexico, which you will also need to sort out qualification for the Champions League and Concacaf League) Graphics files 3.23 (place in "Football Manager 2019>graphics" folder): http://www.mediafire.com/file/9evhxci35mrbj41/USA-CAN_Expansion_Graphics_3-24.rar/file MLS in FM19 Video Guides Part One (League Format): Part Two (Squad Breakdown): Part Three (Player Acquisition): ADDITIONAL FILES ----------MLS Club Continental Competitions CONCACAF in the Copa Sudamericana - CONMEBOL used to invite teams from North America to compete in the Copa Sudamericana. That deal ended when CONCACAF changed the format of the Champions League and started scheduling matches in the fall when the Sudamericana was played. Now that the Champions League has returned to playing all of their matches in the spring, there has been some discussion of allowing North American teams in the Sudamericana again. I remember playing in Sudamericana with the older versions of FM and it was a lot of fun, so I built this file that sends the CONCACAF Champions League winners and runner-up to the Sudamericana. Pan-Pacific Championship - This revives a now-defunct preseason friendly competition that used to pit the champions of MLS Cup against the champions of Australia, Japan, and South Korea in a one-leg knockout competition. There is a third place match so two matches are guaranteed. International Champions Cup - This recreates the summer friendly competition that is played mostly in the United States in real life. This version plays the entire competition in the US and adds the MLS Supporters Shield champion as well as the Libertadores champion, who has been invited in the past. DOWNLOAD LINK: http://www.mediafire.com/file/yqfd92sdc1tm3ui/MLS_Continental_Comps_3-23.rar/file ----------Central American & Caribbean Leagues This file adds the national leagues for Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Jamaica, and Puerto Rico. These are actually updates on claasen's files from the past (so I will remove them if he so wishes but he has apparently taken a break from the scene and did not update these himself so I went ahead and did it). I added these to increase the MLS playing experience by adding some continental leagues and expand the player pool for acquisitions. Also included is the Central American Club championship competition. There are also files for the Champions League and CONCACAF league that adjust how teams are drawn from Costa Rica. The CCL and CL in this file are different from the versions included with the MLS download so you will need to remove those and add these files if you intend on running Costa Rica DOWNLOAD LINK: http://www.mediafire.com/file/45s787pifb26nwz/Central_American_Leagues_3-23.rar/file ----------International Competitions These files add some international competitions to enhance the North American experience. Like all of the others, you can pick and choose which ones you want. USA January Camp - When I managed the US national team it always bugged me that I couldn't schedule friendlies in January because in real life they hold a camp for the domestic players (and guys who play in Spring-Fall leagues like Scandinavia). So I created this file to add the camp. The US will play two matches against nations chosen randomly from a list of countries that have played against in January in the past. Pan American Games - This is a real life youth competition for U22 teams from North and South America. It helps to prepare the national team programs for Olympic Qualifying. Central American & Caribbean Games - Real life U21 competition for Latin American national teams (No USA or Canada) Central American Games - U20 Championship for the 7 Central American Nations: Copa Nuevo Mundo - In 2016 the USA hosted the Copa America. After the tournament was a huge success, there was talk about creating a new competition held every four years for the top national teams from CONCACAF and CONMEBOL. This is is that competition. I call it the Copa Nuevo Mundo (Cup of the New World). It consists of 16 teams (8 from CONCACAF, 8 from CONMEBOL) held every four years in the United States. DOWNLOAD LINK: http://www.mediafire.com/file/unzx850c77651h4/International_Comps_3-23.rar/file
  17. Hey y'all , i have been working on this captain tsubasa database for a long time , it seems that most captain tsubasa databases i have come across only contains the main characters e.g. tsubasa and wakabayashi at their respective clubs in the future such as tsubasa playing for barcelona and wakabayashi for hamburg so i created a database to bring all of them together in one league. With my database i lowered their age to 16 and created a league which i call "japanese high school all star league" which contains the classic teams such as Nankatsu , Musashi , toho academy and Meiwa and others that appeared in the manga , with the logos and kits created and right locations of where they are based. And with the cherry on top , i also created two new teams europe stars which contains the most prominent players from europe such as karl heinz and louis napoleon and world stars which contains players from other places such as argentina with diaz from argentina and carlos santana from brazil and others that appeared in manga such as vulcan from saudi arabia and others from thailand , mexico , south korea and so on. i tried to include all players in the manga and even some from animated tv show characters who don't appear in manga such as sandy luke who plays for USA I am about 85 percent done with this database , i need to tweak some info here and there , add managers and scouts and coaches in all the teams which i hope to finish by this upcoming friday , keep in mind that this database wont be percent as this is my first one as a 17 year old but i am confident that this is the best one yet. a
  18. I'm always interested in starting a save in other countries, this time its South America, just started a save with Colo Colo and a save with River Plate, which other teams should I have a go at. Peru, Columbia, Brazil and Uruguay are left. There's a thread about Brazil so Ill give that a read. I like teams with youth players with potential and facilities. Could anyone advise ? Thanks
  19. First stop. Third team to call me up for interview but first one to ring me back. So here we go... There's much room for improvements here. Currently in the black though even my grandma and her cats know this will get ugly really fast. Not that dire of a situation but board are ambitious. They're asking midtable position of me. When i saw this, i kinda understood why The Beavers under-performed. They've got two whole squads in preseason. Yikes. Few familiar names but not much to get excited about. This team is old, defense is slower than a snail but i can work with this. Few players worthy of mentioning: A fine goalie for this level. As slow as a tortoise but it'll have to do... Vanarama's Pirlo. Poor man's Nani. I like him. Old as the Bible but best striker we have. Random beaver in holiday mood for the end of the opening post
  20. Intro Hi . My name is Chris. I decided to go back to FM19 because I am simply not enjoying FM20's ME right now. I have been wanting to do a Sunderland save but never got around to it. My plan is doing a story about it will keep me interested in the save because usually I lose interest a couple of seasons in. Goals for this save are very simple. Win the Premier League and win the Champions League. The plan is to end the save when those two targets are achieved. I am using an edited database with promotions and relagations as well as transfers updated . The only difference to fm 20 should be the start date .
  21. Andrea Pirlo, one of the best and smartest playmakers in history, returns to San Siro to start a new era for Rossoneri. Beautiful legend, isn`t it? Big history, big ambitions, big expectations... let`s see where we go. Global aim - is predictably become №1 in the world. But on the way for this glory we should achieve a lot of short- and long-term goals. Some of them: 1) Champions league every season. This is what the fans want and this is crucial for many aspects such as finances, marketing, reputation etc. 2) Build strong verticale u18--u20--main squad. What i mean. Strong coaching team, unified tactical system for all levels. And i`m a fan of "manageriable" rosters. No more then 25 players in u18 and u20 squads and no more then 23 players in senior squad. 3) Attractive football (of course with DLP in the system ) . I`m not a fan of gegenpressing, "all in attack" or something like this but i prefer the rule "best defending is attacking". When you are with ball it`s reduces chances for opponents. But at the same time plug and play tactics are not for me too. I have nothing against parking the bus if its really needed and will help us to win the match. 4) Preference to Italian players. It`s not a rule but ideal picture for me is strong Italian core alongside with quality players abroad. 5) Very long term i think - become CL most times winner (now Real - 13 times). So let`s start: Season 2018-2019 "Transitional" Why transitional? Cause this season is time for everyone in the club including players and the staff to show their skills and abilities. No transfers, no loans, no staff moves. And i will decide who suits our high standarts and who will leave the club. to be continued...
  22. Don't worry, if you've made it this far with your decoder ring, the whole thread isn't going to be written like that! So my Valencia "Nemesis" died a death, this might seem stupid but when I reread my previous Chelsea thread (where I had first come up with the idea) I noticed that I should have taken over Sevilla not Valencia and getting it wrong bugged me... I lost all interest in the save and just couldn't motivate myself to continue, thus back to the drawing board! After at least 10 minutes consideration and a trawl through the forums I have decided upon 2 saves, running concurrently to try keep my interest and variety up. Yes I hear you cry, I struggled to keep my teeth into 1 save, how will I manage with 2, well, you may well be right but lets see what happens shall we. You can all shout "I told you so" at the end of the thread :P So thread 2, this is inspired by some of the wonderful career threads I have read during my short time here, I'm looking at @Makoto Nakamura and @andychar who will work anywhere and win anything and who I enjoy reading and following very much. Thus I will be attempting an around the world thread to offset just how vanilla my latest Chelsea save actually is. However my personal twist is that I will be starting at Z, as I am in no illusion that I may not finish this :P and I am sure many other people have been in this position, and that means that the countries at the back end of the alphabet are well and truly neglected. But no more! I will champion these countries, my global journey begins in Zimbabwe. I would like to thank Michael Itner for his leagues megapack which has allowed me to embark on this mammoth task! Basic ground rules: I will move on in reverse alphabetical order (which might be a challenge all on it's own) I will have 3 leagues loaded at a time I will start in the bottom tier of every nation I will win everything there is to win in my current nation before moving on to the next I will start as myself, with zero managerial badges (for the first time ever) and Sunday league football reputation (which is still more than my real life self!) Finally I will not be rushing through as I am in no position to emulate the immense pace of @Makoto Nakamura so this could end up being my life's work!! (Also anyone who can offer any help on how and when is best to add and remove leagues would be hugely appreciated! as I am very much a journeyman virgin) The face might be randomized, but I would so wear that outfit! I randomly selected a team to start with, I am in the Flame Lily hot seat! was meant to be!! This save is being run concurrently alongside Back to the Future because I'm cheap As always thanks for reading
  23. Hello guys, this is my time writing about a save and didn't know if I wanted to post this one. But I have just started my fourth season, having alot of fun (and agony) with this save and wanted to share it. Ashton United were founded in 1878 in Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester as Hurst Football Club. The Robins play their home matches at Hurst Cross and have just been promoted from the Northern Premier League Premier Division to the National League North, which is the highest in the pyramid Ashton have ever been. As you can see Ashton have never won a single competition in their history, something we look to change, and have the worst facilities a club can have on the game. The next post will detail our first season and once I get caught up I will post updates every two months of game time. Thank you for reading and hope you enjoy!
  24. Why FM19 isn't on Steam? Have any idea guys?
  25. I've been doing my Parma updates in 'The Italian Job! Italian league thread is here!' thread on the GP&TG Forum, decided to transfer my previous updates into one topic instead. Will be making new updates here from now on as well. I might use this thread for my FM20 save as well in the future, will see how it goes. As of writing, I'm currently in my 7th season with Parma. New updates will be for April 2025 onwards.
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