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Hey everyone, Apologies in advance, I couldn't find the correct area to put this post but I thought this would be the best suited place. I'm having difficulty installing Football Manager 2007 on my iMac 2009 running Snow Leopard (10.6.8). I've tried using the terminal installer, but it states that there's no Java Runtime Environment, which there is. And I've used the java installer file with more success, but once the installation is complete it warns me around the affect of file storage space (can't remember the exact words for this) and the app then won't load. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated, I just want to play FM07 for nostalgic purposes (that, and I'm fiending for a Sherman Cardenas & Nicolas Millan attacking combination!). Failing this, does anyone know if FM08 would maybe work better under these conditions?
Like the title, my MacBook Pro is saving my SI Folder in the iCloud folder. If i copy it to my normal documents folder, and delete it from the iCloud, it just recreates it when i launch FM again... Does someone knows how to fix this? Thanks in advance!
Hello. In my RC Lens game i've been running into some issues recently. Defensively we're the worst team in the league. This season my goalkeeper has conceded as much in as much in 13 games as he did in 24 games last year. I usually take a rather simplistic approach to my tactical instructions, and I mostly focus on player roles. I've put on 'play narrower' in an attempt to concede less, but it hasn't been particularly effective. Here's my current set-up: And here's the attributes of my players: Right back, Lamine Gassama Centre back, Filippo Romagna Centre back, Loick Landre Left back, Rogerio BWM, Alberto Grassi BWM, Mamadou Igiebor IF, Anastasios Donis AP, Oceano Bochet Winger, Mamadou Traore Target man, Alberto Cerri Subs: Marco Crimi Kermit Erasmus Davide Petrucci Stipe Perica Thomas Vasseur Ahmed Zaoui Not too much planning went into this, i'll be honest. It's not my preferred tactic, Ideally i'd be playing either a 4-4-2/4-2-4 or a 4-3-3, but i've tried making room for some of my extremely talented academy players. The general idea was to have a more direct playstyle, with Cerri the target man playing with his back to goal which hopefully enabled Donis, Traore and Bochet. For the most part it's worked, although Bochet hasn't been as effective as i'd hoped. The main issue lies in my defence. I'm assuming the issue is that I have too many attacking players on the pitch. The question is, how do I fit my academy players into the team in any other formation?