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Introduction: I’ve been playing football manager since 2014 version and long-time following this forum. I finally decided to dip my feet in writing a series following my first long-term save in FM 2019. I plan to start a somewhat open discussion of Dynamo Kiev club and my tactics. I intend to post regular updates on my squad and results as well as welcome feedback on how to improve my tactics and training. You can follow the story at the site to which I contribute: https://dictatethegame.com/ I decided to start this save while still in beta for two main reasons. The tactic I intend to try out is not one relying on breaking the current game engine to overachieve but rather on tried and true concepts that would hopefully be applicable to any version of the game. So no 3 strikers nor strikerless tactics. Secondly, I intend to do it with a club that is not from the top 5 leagues. I noticed in the last couple of FMs that the attribute changes between beta and the first patch could be drastic in players in Premiership, Bundesliga or the other “big” leagues. For obvious reason those leagues are more thoroughly scouted. For that reason I reserve those kinds of big saves for later in the year, once I tested out my tactic with a less known side. This year I chose Dynamo Kiev. What attracted me to this club can also be viewed as the 3 Pillars of my 5 Year Plan: 1) Youth Development, 2) Domestic and Continental Success and 3) Implementing Hard Pressing Tactical System inspired by Valeriy Lobanovsky I hail from Ukraine myself so naturally I always followed clubs from this nation. My all-time favourite player growing up was Andriy Shevchenko. One of my earliest footballing memories was watching Dynamo Kiev’s systematic dismantling of Barcelona’s defense in Nov 1998 Champion’s league. Sheva scored 3 goals in that match. Dynamo went on to beat Barcelona 7 to 0 in aggregate. He was part of an elite class, all nurtured at same time by the club. Players such as Oleh Luzhny (later won the Premier League with Arsenal), Serhiy Rebrov (totaling 75 appearances for Ukraine) are just a few examples of the “Dynamo effect” – taking local youngsters and molding them into superstars through hard work and intense fitness conditioning. So to reflect this objective will be to develop a class of homegrown players over the first 5 intakes and then to integrate them into my first team over the following 5 seasons. So by 2028-2029 to have only youth academy products in the 22 player squad. On my way there I’m hoping to also have a positive effect on Ukraine’s National Team and become the foremost farm team for the National Team squads. Success in 1998 Champion’s League marked the revival of the club’s fortunes in late 90s when the manager Valeriy Lobanovsky took over for the second time. In total, he spent 3 decades with the club and its best years were undeniably with him. Becoming the fixture in Champions League and winning numerous domestic trophies were all part of this success. Lobanovsky relied on his signature hard pressing, direct style of play (what some might think of as Geggenpressing today). After dominating Ukrainian League from late 90s to early 2000s, Dynamo has had a bit of a decline due to the meteoric rise of its main rival Shakhtar Donetsk in late 2000s. In the last decade, Shakhtar has won 7 domestic titles in comparison to Dynamo’s 3. This is something that I intend to change, aiming for getting at least 4 titles in 5 seasons. Also Dynamo has not won a major continental trophy since 1985 (UEFA Cup Winner’s Cup) which I also intend to change by winning at least one continental trophy during my first 5 seasons with the club My final objective is developing a Lobanovsky style Pressing Tactic that is built around the player’s hard work, relentless physicality, stamina and disciplined selfless teamwork. By hitting my domestic and continental goals on time, I will know whether this tactical goal was achieved. As you might guess the mold of my ideal player will also be defined by this system (but more on this in future posts) Next: A little context on the Lobanovsky system
Ukraine (4 Levels) Competitions: Premier League. First League. Second League (2 groups) Amateur League (3 groups) Cup Supercup Amateur Cup U-21 Division U-19 Division Season 2019/20: Premier League - 12 teams, First League - 16 teams, Second League - 11 + 11 teams, Amateur League - 10 + 12 + 10 teams. Season 2020/21: Premier League - 14 teams, First League - 16 teams, Second League - 12 + 12 teams, Amateur League - 12 + 12 + 12 teams. Season 2021/22 and later: Premier League - 16 teams, First League - 16 teams, Second League - 12 + 12 teams, Amateur League - 12 + 12 + 12 teams. Mostly real rules for all competitions. Update includes only structure and clubs changings, no transfers. Write me if you find some mistakes. Save ".fmf" file in Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2020\editor data. Start a new save and choose this update in "Database" at "Career Game Setup" screen. Ukraine D4.fmf
By Timo for FMSLife Sujet Original Football is the number one sport in Ukraine as in most of Europe. Association football in Ukraine is governed by the Football Federation of Ukraine, which was organized in 1991 to replace the Soviet Football Federation of Ukrainian SSR created earlier in the 1920s as part of the Soviet system of physical culture councils. Football Federation of Ukraine is a non-governmental organization and is a member of the National Olympic Committee of Ukraine. DIVISIONS Premyer Liha (Division 1) Persha Liha (Division 2) Druha Liha (Division 3 - 2 groupes) CUPS Kubok Ukrayiny (Coupe nationale) Superkubok Ukrayiny (Supercoupe)) How to add Ukraine (D3) on FM19 Extract the contents of the .zip archive.Move the .fmf files to: documents/sports interactive/football manager 2019/editor dataCreate the last folder if it doesn't exist.Open FM19 and start a new career save. In the top right of the screen, under "Database", make sure each one of the database is selected.