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  1. Real Sociedad de Fútbol, S.A.D. Hailing from San Sebastián, capital city of Gipuzkoa, Real Sociedad are very much the second club of the Basque Autonomous Community. They have two La Liga titles (1980-81, 1981-82) to Athletic's 8 and two Copa del Rey (1909, 1987) to Athletic's 23. Like Athletic, their greatest successes came in the 20th century adhering to a Basque-only signing policy, which they abandoned in 1989 when signing John Aldridge from Liverpool. If the change was meant to bring success, it backfired - a runners-up position in La Liga in 2002-03 is the only success they've had since. So, in this save I'm reinstating the Basque-only policy in the hope of bringing success back to Anoeta! I'm also going to somewhat define us against Athletic, at least initially - where they're know for being physical teams with great strength at CB with the likes of Laporte, and target men up front (Fernando Llorente, Aduriz) we're going to be a possession-based team to take advantage of our technical players - the likes of Asier Illarramendi, Rubén Pardo, and Xabi Prieto (in what will most likely be his final season with the club. To that end I've requested these philosophies: FM18 was chosen as in the club lost four good Basque players in the time between the release of FM18 and FM19: Iñigo Martínez (to Athletic), Álvaro Odriozola (to Real Madrid), Xabi Prieto (retired) and Imanol Agirretxe (retired due to injury) whilst only bringing one in (Mikel Merino from Newcastle). Facilities Despite moving away from the all-Basque policy Real Sociedad have a strong youth policy, with 12 players from the cantera in the first team squad. This is reflected in-game, although there is still room for improvement. Anoeta, built in 1993 is a very good quality stadium (eligible for Champions League finals). In real life as of 2018-19 the running track has been removed and it will eventually reach a capacity of 42,300 but the above image reflects the 32,000 capacity we have in FM18.
  2. After spending the past few days researching a few teams on who to build a dynasty around I decided to settle for Real Betis in the Andalusian capital of Seville. Real Betis share the fans of the city with Sevilla FC with whom they have a fierce rivalry both on and off the pitch. The two sides remain fairly even in terms of domestic trophies won with both clubs lifting the Primera División on one occasion, Real Betis in the 1934-35 season and Sevilla lifting the trophy in the 1945-46 season. Real Betis have lifted the Copa Del Rey trophy on two occasions - 1976-77 and 2004-05 - whereas Sevilla have lifted the cup on five occasions - 1935, 1939, 1947-48, 2006-07 and lastly in 2009-10. It is however in European competition where Real Betis are really trailing having never lifted a European trophy, Sevilla on the other hand have won the UEFA/Europa League five times - 2005-06, 2006-07, 2013-14, 2014-15 and 2015-16. As well as this Sevilla lifted the UEFA Super Cup in 2006. Despite the dominance in the city by Sevilla FC in terms of their trophy haul the loyalty in the city is split nearly equally with both sides maintaining a large and passionate following, with both sides averaging home crowds of around 32,000 last season. Reasons for playing as Real Betis A large stadium which will help generate a large income It's a challenge to try and compete with the bigger sides in the league in the first few seasons The club in general look a very exciting prospect with a mix of young talent and some older experienced players Goals Short-term: Solidify Real Betis as a top ten side Qualify for European football Sell out the 60,720 seater Estadio Benito Villamarín on a regular basis Long-term: Consistent qualification for European competition Challenge the big three in Spain for the league title Overtake Sevilla FC as the most successful team in the city I hope you are all looking forward to joining this journey with myself.
  3. Hello, started a save as Valencia CF. Their squad is rather thin and budget is even thinner when you balance out the wages your over paying before you start the save. Any cheap, loan or even freebies would be great. It’s most defence and midfield and perhaps a AMC -Trequartista(if possible or can train them in the role) strikers I seem to be set up well on with enough for rotation.
  4. World League Challenge (V0.1) Which League are the strongest league in the world? Thats a question many Football fans debats all the time. But with this database you might going to get the answer. What if every league got the chance to pick a all-star team, with both stars and talent, who would win the first season, and who would stand the test of time? V0.1 - V0.1 is a early beta version of the database. - Its only released for getting input to make it as good as possible - Only the 20 best league has been put in the database for now - Cups are not up for running jet. - Finans is not fully up and running FAQ 1: How many players is there in every team? 2 senior + 2 young: GK, DL, DR, DMC, OMR, OMC, OML 4 senior + 4 young: DC, MC, FW 2: Why is player X not on the team, he is way better than player Y? All seniors are pick by the highest CA, and all young are pick by the highest PA. So don't blame the creator, blame SI! 3: Which stadium do the team play on? Fore the most the teams plays on the national arena, also they play in the national kits. 4: Why does Premier League only have the 3rd best reputation? I took the team with the highest reputation in the league, and made it into the league team, deleting all the history. In the beginning its also the club teams staff the runs the league team. 5:How many division will the final version have? As for now I'm going after 3 division, and maybe an other structure where there will be 2nd teams of each countries. 6: Why can't I buy any Players? I Banned the transfer windows for the first year, so its only players in the league that play against each other. Maybe I wil banned even more season, what do you think? 7: Where does the regens from each team come from? Every team is based in its own country, so the regens should mostly be with the same nationality as where their are based. Link: Mediafire - V01
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    [FM 18] UD Las Palmas

    Real Betis appoint Quique Setien with a three-year deal Last Updated: 26/05/17 1:34pm Quique Setien is the new manager of Real Betis Real Betis have appointed former Las Palmas boss Quique Setien as their new head coach. Real Betis announced the deal after Setien had spent a highly successful two-year era in charge of UD Las Palmas. The 58-year-old Spaniard from Santander has now signed a three-year contract with the Andalusian side that sacked both Victor Sanchez del Amo and Gus Poyet last season. Setien on the other hand guided Las Palmas to 14th place during his second season with Los Amarillos. Setien began his managerial career at Racing Santander but made his name during a six-year spell in charge of Segunda Division side Lugo. In 2015 he took charge of Las Palmas and finished his first season with them with 11th place finish in the La Liga. Las Palmas started the season 16/17 brightly under Setien but eventually slumped to 14th place. A club statement welcomed Setien to the Benito Villamarin: "Real Betis Balompie has signed Quique Setien as the new manager for the next three seasons. "The Cantabrian joins the green and whites until June 2020. "With the arrival of Setien, the Real Betis bet on a style of play that is close to what the Betis fans demand." It is highly anticipated that Manolo Márquez will be the one replacing Setien as the manager of UD Las Palmas at Estadio Gran Canaria. Márquez has previously worked as the manager of UD Las Palmas reserve team, UD Las Palmas Atlético.
  6. On this years edition of FM i have chosen Sevilla, mainly due to the fantastic defence, creative and solid midfield and terrifyingly quick forwards. 3-4-3 was the tactic i would be implementing, not at first but after evaluating the squad i realised that the players fit into the system i was looking to build towards. The tactic says 343 direct however ignore the direct part, i was trying to play direct football as i thought the 3 at the back would be exposed if i played a possession game but that is not the case. Balance is key for me as i wan't to keep a hold of the ball but with a purpose of getting to and overloadind the the last third. Defensively, the players are solid, Kjaer is the key role. Because the wingbacks will be so high up the pitch i have the right and left defenders on the cover duty as i want them to cover that space when we lose possession and are susceptible to a counter. It is working and the goals i have conceded so far have all been set pieces. Back to Kjaer - putting him on the stopper duty makes him push up and cover the space between defence and midfield and it it is working as planned. Here is the tactic- Examples from a 4-1 beating of an in form sociedad- In the shot below you can see how we squeeze up into the last third and the marauding wing backs provide all of the width which is what you want in a 3-4-3 but you can also see how the back three cover the centre of the pitch. Below you can see the defence, kjaer doing what he does, that is his role in this tactic as his tackling and mentals are through the roof, he done this multiples times in the match and stopped a pass out to the wings. To get through to kjaer the opposition have to get past the solid midfield pairing of nzonzi and pizarro. You can also see that the wingbacks keep the wing in check. At times it does look like a back 4 in the match as kjaer is patrolling and cleaning that dm area. The main reason i use the narrow shape in the TI is to funnel the ball to the wings and to make it the defending easier for the midfield and kjaer by compressing the space. If they have to cover a lot area i don't think it will be as effective. As the figure shows, a lot of the key passes are towards the side of the pitch, with hardly any through balls - i have played with through balls as the strikers are rapid with high of the balls stats but it has not worked as well as i hoped. Tinkering to hopefully make it effective but as of now i am not using that TI. The midfield of nzonzi, pizarro, banega and correa control the games, especially the first 3. The technical skill and movement keep the ball moving and they dictate the tempo of the game, you can see the passing triangles they create and it can unlock a defence, The team is really well balanced and i will update this post when i get to christmas as i have some really tough games coming up especially in the champions league, will be a big test to see how the system deals with spurs. Also any sort of constructive criticism on 3-4-3 formations, useful tips anything at all to make this system better would be very welcome.
  7. I'm around 10 years into my save (Not managing in La Liga) and have taken notice of some interesting dominance. Although I'm sure some of you have seen more bizzare things, I was quite impressed. Also thought it was quite fascinating to see Zidane still in charge with no La Liga titles won or Champions Leagues. Worth mentioning that all the top 5 leagues are set to playable and full detail. Has anybody else seen any interesting developments into there saves or an unusual cases like this. Let me know
  8. Post some funny things that have happened to you here! (Screenshots, videos, etc.)
  9. Has anyone had any issues registering players into their La Liga team in the January window? It may specifically affect loanees only. I have loaned a player from PSG and one from Valencia, and it tells me both are unregistered. When I click on the 'Unr' it takes me to the registration page and I can add other players but not those two. They are available for the Cup(s). I have had them for at least a week. Any ideas?
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