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Hey fellow managers and players alike. What I am proposing is not easy, in fact I can already see the potential issues, however because these rules and qualifications are the same as in real life, it would in fact make the game so much more interesting. Currently the managers and assistant managers have (national c-a and continental c-pro) licenses in fm 19. However, most continents these days start from continental c to pro. Also each of these licences only lasts for 2-4 years and has to be renewed based on results and other criteria. Also for example premier league and most 1st division leagurs require a manager to have at least continental a license or that club cannot participate. In continental competitions the rule states that even if you are qualified to participate the manager requires a pro license to participate. Ex players have a higher chance to get the licenses as IRL and would make managers stay at clubs longer knowing that these rules are in place would make the game more challenging. What are everyone's thoughts?
(Please click in the images) So recently I just found this really confusing to me. I'm the manager of a Hong Kong team, Kitchee, and also the Hong Kong national team manager. We have won the Asian Champions League (like the European Champions League in Europe ,the first tier continental club competition) many times, also the national team rank is rising soar to 12th. However, I just noticed that Vietnam got more quotas for entering the ACL group stage directly than Hong Kong. As you can see, Hong Kong got 1+0+2 but Vietnam got 2+1+1, and last season Vietnam only got 1+0+1. In my opinion, Hong Kong should get 2+1, China should get 2+1 too and Australia rises to 3+1, as the semi-finalist of the East are usually Kitchee against a South Korean or an Australian team. This shows the past winners of ACL. There is no way for Vietnam getting more quotas than Hong Kong, as they only entered ACL for the first time last season and ranked the last in my group H.
When starting a new career, instead of precisely selecting the desired licence level and attributes of our own profile, what about having the option to virtually sit for a coaching qualification test? Firstly, such feature could be optional of course. Only whoever likes the idea can do it. Secondly, clusters can of course remain the same as in reality. No need for extra non-realistic coaching licences. Exams could be thoroughly shifting subject to time, period occasionally so that common questions/cases and their answers are hard to be widely known and searched among usual lame cheaters of our beloved game. Questions could be typical right or wrong questions, or multiple questions, or complex case studies, or cognitive related quizzes and surely a smart combination of all those. Taking it further, there could even official FM coaching guides and manuals created by SI in order for perfectionist users to possess some really tangible source of information related to the tests. Difficulty levels are increasing as high as you progress through the coaching licenses and expertise is rising! At the phase of a successful completion of a license, a neatly made PDF file including some kind of degree is presented and sent to the respected user. Additionally, tests are being added to the achievements board of STEAM for further "romantic" recognition of the devotion of each passionate FM player. The highest 0.01 percent who actually completes all coaching test tiers is awarded the next season's FM. (Anyway you can actually decide the amount of those as you know better :p) Creation of such feature (if decided to be added) can be helped from acquiring information and the methodology of the actual way of testing of those licenses in real life. Plus, having SI's club partners such as Everton and Watford key people recommend that or officially writing that they also contributed in its creation will hypothetically boost its popularity. (Maybe Troy Deeney or Ronald Koeman!) Thank you so much for your attention dear SI employees. I just thought that since FM stands for the most detailed simulation football managing game, then it wouldn't be stupid enhancing the coaching aspects of the game.
I've searched allover for this but haven't been able to find a definitive answer, so if anyone knows or can point me in the right direction it would be much appreciated. I'm trying to create new Asian qualification rules, with the specific intent of having Australian and Japanese teams enter both the AFC Champions League and AFC Cup. I've tried with just the basic rules and 'Nations' and 'Teams,' but it seems to just grab the same teams every year (probably based on reputation?) because it's "Nation Top Division Teams." I assumed that meant "get the top 3 teams from nations 1-5" but it seems to not work like that. So I've gone into the Advanced Rules and poking around a few areas, but with no success. I see under Stage 0 the option for Teams, but further down there's Qualified Teams. Can anyone explain the difference and which part I should be editing? And do I have to do it all manually? ie if I want Champions, runner up and third place from Australia, Japan, Korea etc, I have to do each line individually? I appreciate any help anyone can offer - this has been driving me mad!