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Hola folks! It's been a long while since I last tried my hand at editing but have been sucked back in recently! lol HISTORY/THE LONG-WINDED SPEECH... Whenever I play FM, I'm never truly happy with player stats and other little niggles (I blame the OCD ), so I've decided to start up an 'ongoing update' of sorts where I will be updating player and manager stats, CA, PA, positions, etc. I have full admiration and respect for the scouts that work on FM and no disrespect is intended with this project; it's just an alternative that I plan on rolling out weekly (hopefully! lol), to give the community more regular updates, a different game database and that can also hopefully be influenced with input from the community itself. So I've waffled on long enough... WHAT'S IN THE UPDATE EACH WEEK? The ONLY update with regular player and staff updating! - attributes, CA, PA, positions, etc. Relationships - Managers fall out with a player? Friendships forming off the pitch? Staff leave a club under less than mutual circumstances? you'll see the fallout in the next update! Players' mental attributes - a player has a burst of form, a brush with the law off the pitch, a sudden transfer request or a drop in consistency, for example, will all be addressed in player stats! Teams - club rep, stadiums, correct names, new kits, etc.. Juventus FC added in, replacing 'Zebre'! Leagues - All of the promtions and relations and tournament/cup winers for the 19/20 season updated as and when results come in and correct/more accurate league/cup names added! Injuries - added/removed as and when they happen! New players/youth/wonderkids = added if/when they happen! 20/21 Season Kits - all of the kits for next season edited in! Current version/Installation: Download the .fmf file from the link below. Copy/paste the file into your 'Documents > Sports Interactive > Football Manager 2020 > editor data' folder When you start a new game, select '20.4.0 Update' database in the top right Select the 'MorrisseyMuse Stat Updates option under 'File' section, if not already ticked. Enjoy! I'm ecstatic to finally announce the release of a 'pre-alpha'/test build today! This will be the only test version; if no glaring issues are found with the database then I'll continue with official releases from next week. Any and all feedback is greatly appreciated! any stats you don't agree with, please post your feedback here! And above all else, now more than ever, I hope you enjoy! LInk (4th October 2020): http://www.mediafire.com/file/79ordx1grp2t94h/MorrisseyMuse_Stat_Updates.fmf/file
A total of nine training schedules created by Marsara at FM Korea. I translated it for FM-Base and also thought I'd share it here to help people to. Also been using this on my Twitch save with Colchester. FM20 Training Schedules by FMKorea, translated by FMBase (ZIP containing all of them also attached). Save the files to: \Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2020\schedules How to load: Training > Schedules > Dropdown > Custom Schedules > Get More > Select the Schedules > Once Opened Click Save. How to use: Training > Calendar > Dropdowns per each week. Pre-Season Training Weeks one, two and three intense training for endurance and quickness. They will also help with recovery. Four and five is much more technical and overall physical. If you have a longer pre-season, then repeat one/two/three and finish up with four and five. Matches: Generally if you only play league games and are knocked out of the cups you'll only play one match during the week however if you are in cup competitions still then you'll likely be facing two matches a week on the occasion. If there are no matches during the week then it's quite hard training: One Match Two Matches Big Matches This is ideal when you have a Cup FInal. Principles The day before a match, teamwork and match review training is required. Home games, teamwork and attack movement is very useful. Away games, add attack movement to the last day before the match. If a weaker team, use defensive movement On the day after a match, do recovery and match review training. Match days are when a players fitness and condition are the lowest. The next day rather than overtrain, it's better to do a recovery drill to reduce the chances of injury. All Training.zip