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I'm sure that every Australian that plays Football Manager dreams of the National Premier Leagues being introduced into FM. After a while, the A-League can get pretty boring and repetitive. So why not introduce the Australian tier 2 and 3 into Football Manager. Here are some arguments as to why SI should introduce the National Premier Leagues into FM: - It would bring variety into the Australian sphere in FM. In conjunction of playing in the A-League with no promotion/relegation, you may also be able to play in leagues that have promotion/relegation, or in Victoria and NSW circumstance have 3 or 4 leagues that you can choose from to maybe even do a road to glory. - It would bring a challenge. In real life, the A-League like to take top performers from the NPL. So if your team is in form and you have a few standout players, be prepared to lose them as the A-League clubs will be keeping a close eye on them. - Players won't get bored. By having NPL in FM, Australian players won't get bored as there would be 8 different top NPL leagues to chose from. Once you've accomplished one you can move onto another. Also, FM players outside Australia could be wanting to try something new and unknown, the NPL would be perfect for this. Please feel free to leave to reply to this thread as it will help to get this noticed and hopefully help put Australia on the map for football.
Hey A-League fans have I got something for you! Have you ever wanted an expanded a-league on Football Manager but have never been able to find one online? Well your in luck. In this expansion of the A-league you will have: - Wellington Pheonix removed - Wollongong Wolves, South West Sydney FC, Canberra United, Tasmania United, Gold Coast FC, Cairns FC & South Melbourne all added to the A-League bringing the total to 16 teams. - All NPL competitions added - NPL 1 - WA, SA, TAS, VIC, ACT, NSW, NNSW & QLD - NPL 2 - VIC, NSW & QLD - NPL 3 - VIC & NSW - Updated FFA Cup - A-League Finals from 6 to 8 teams - National Premier Leagues Finals Series. - World Class players such as David Villa, Mark Milligan & Mile Jedinak have been added to expansion teams - Amount of foreign players allowed in teams have been upped from 5 to 7 (still want to keep some Australian-ness abouth the league) - NO SALARY CAP!! - Updated Youth League You can find this attached to the post. Enjoy! (feel free to ask any questions) Expanded A-League.fmf