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Hey guys I am currently managing Tottenham Hotspurs and this is my first season after leaving Barnsley. After every season I decide to make a tactic of my own but I never gets success and when I upload it here, there are just too many flaws to be corrected so I download a new tactic and stick with it for the whole season wishing that maybe, in the next season I would be using a tactic of my own but that season never came. This pre-season too I have designed a tactic and I need critical analysis from you guys. I have played just a single match (Spurs U23s vs Bolton U23s) with it and the results
Hello guys, I am managing Harrogate Town alongside Wales U21s in my FM19 Career. My club was expected to relegate this season but we managed to qualify for the playoffs in Vanarama National League. Due to such good and unexpected performance my club owner accepted my demand of associating with an affiliate club. We got offers from three clubs and we decided to affiliate with Stoke City. So I wanted to get some players on loan from them which I thought was pretty easy and smooth though it didnt come out to be so. Whenever I want any U23s or U18s player on loan, they never cooperate and instead
I'm on an incredible run with Bognor Regis. Only about a quarter of the season to go and we've only lost twice. (not exactly relevant but I wanted to gloat ) Anyway, what's been impressive has been the number of games we've come from behind to win. This is a stat that quite often gets dragged out on sports shows to demonstrate who has grit and fight and who doesn't. They also often compare it to a table of the sides that have surrendered the most leads. So my suggestion is for... A league table for grading the sides that win the most games having been behind. A league table fo