Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'south america'.
Found 4 results
Hi, and welcome to another Northernpilgrim career thread. Unlike previous efforts, this time I need to provide a little explanation as to the inspiration behind my career thread. So who was Amerigo Vespucci? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amerigo_Vespucci and what on earth does this have to do with Football Manager 2019? Manager I've set myself up as a 30 year old Italian with the name of the famous explorer, Amerigo Vespucci, after which North and South America are named. I will begin with no coaching badges, and the minimum level of experience The Challenge The challenge is to win the top division in all playable South American Leagues, as well as the Copa Libertadores, Copa America and the World Cup, the last two of which must be won with a South American national team, can only be won after all the leagues and continental club trophies have been won, but do not have to be won with the same nation, although they can be. The leagues must be won in order of reputation, starting with the lowest, which is the Peruvian Primera Division, and the whole challenge must be completed before Amerigo Vespucci turns 58 (he died aged 57). Below is a full list of the leagues in order, which I'll update as the challenge progresses (I'll hide it to avoid spoiling things) The Starting point
Aye guys, I asked an earlier question about what new team to start with, and have decided to managed in a south american team, 'most likley from argentina or brazil'. I am not a huge expert in these league, so I would appreciate help on some topics. 1) What team should I start with-I would prefer one with alot of youth prospects 2) Some very cheap young players- as to my knowledge, teams in south america dont have a great starting budget 3)Just any tips-as I normally manage a big club in Europe, so any tip would be great Cheers!
Hi, this will be My First Post on this forum. Only a Recent-ish player of FM as My first Full FM experience was on FM18. Regardless I hope that I can provide some entertainment with My Save. So I have been lurking around in this forum for some time now, without making an account and posting anything. I have enjoyed reading multiple saves that have been going around. Inspired by @ManUtd1 and @Makoto Nakamura's Saves with the Nearly Men both in the UEFA Champions League, and Europa League respectively, I have decided to do the Same with America's. Originally I was only planning to use South America and the Copa Libertadores but decided to add the CONCACAF Champions League to also include North America as well as South America. This mainly being as from 2015 Mexican Clubs do not participate in the Copa Libertadores anymore. In Regards to the CONCACAF Champions League, the Competition started out a New Era in 2008, with a Group Stage instead of the Old format with when the Teams were originally split into zones. I have decided to include the Teams that came runner-up in the old format in the save as Teams I'll complete the challenge with, just for more of a challenge, along with the teams from the format now too of course. I do believe IRL there is a new format that the Teams qualify by starting this 2018. So the Idea of this Save as You may have guessed so far is to Win The Copa Libertadores with the Clubs that have come runner-up before but never ended up reaching the end goal, I will then proceed to do the same for the CONCACAF Champions League with North America. Also as an extra added bonus down the Line is using International Teams as well for the Gold Cup and Copa America, this though probably won't happen until later in the save. Just to note the Only Runner-up never to win the Copa America is Mexico. I know IRL it is the 10 South American Countries + 2 others. In FM these are labeled as "B" teams. Not sure how it will work out with Mexico but if anyone does know then that would be very Appreciated. Also with the Gold Cup Brazil lost in a final when it wasn't limited to just CONCACAF Nations, but since then it has been only CONCACAF Nations so Brazil is now impossible to win that competition with. Not sure how often I'll be updating, just whenever I get chance too as FM Playing time can be limited due to RL, but I will do my Best. I have Loaded up all the Leagues I Need but can Add and Remove when Needed, I have all North + South American Leagues available to me with @claassen s wonderful update pack. I will finish off this first Post with All the Teams I Need to use to complete this challenge Documented below: Copa Libertadores Finalists: América (Colombia) - 1985, 1986, 1987, 1996 Barcelona (Ecuador) - 1990, 1998 Cobreloa (Chile) - 1981, 1982 Deportivo Cali (Colombia) - 1978, 1999 Independiente del Valle (Ecuador) - 2016 Nacional (Paraguay) - 2014 Newell's Old Boys (Argentina) - 1988, 1992 São Caetano (Brazil) - 2002 Sporting Cristal (Peru) - 1997 Universidad Católica (Chile) - 1993 Universitario (Peru) - 1972 Unión Española (Chile) -1975 CONCACAF Champions League Finalists: Broncos FC (Honduras) - 1980 FC Pinar del Río (Costa Rica) - 1989, 1990 Jong Colombia (Curaçao) - 1967, 1979 León - (Mexico) - 1993 Monarcas Morelia - (Mexico) - 2002, 2003 Montreal Impact - (MLS) - 2015 Police FC - (Trinidad and Tobago) - 1961 Real Salt Lake (USA) - 2011 Robinhood (Suriname) - 1976, 1977, 1982, 1983 Santos Laguna (Mexico) - 2012, 2013 Tigres UANL (Mexico) - 2016, 2017 Gold Cup: Costa Rica - 2002 Honduras -1991 Jamacia - 2015, 2017 Panama - 2005, 2013 Copa America: Mexico - 2001