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Help with a club choice i have here such candidates:

FC UTA Aradhttp://en.wikipedia....iki/FC_UTA_Arad

FC Petrolul Ploieștihttp://en.wikipedia....l_Ploie%C8%99ti

PFC Cherno More Varnahttp://en.wikipedia....erno_More_Varna

PFC Botev Plovdivhttp://en.wikipedia....C_Botev_Plovdiv

PFC Spartak Varnahttp://en.wikipedia....C_Spartak_Varna

Shkumbini Peqinhttp://en.wikipedia....Shkumbini_Peqin

Partizani Tiranahttp://en.wikipedia....artizani_Tirana

NK Zagrebhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NK_Zagreb

Red Star Belgradehttp://en.wikipedia....d_Star_Belgrade

Győri ETO FChttp://en.wikipedia....%C5%91ri_ETO_FC

Vasas SChttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasas_SC

P.S. Can offer the versions from any country of Europe.

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It's the year 2017, I've already made Bordeaux into the best club in France, 4 straight league titles and a Europa League title.

Now I'm leaving for Spain... do I pick Sevilla or Espanyol?

At that stage of the game it depends on how things have developed both on the field and off the field for both teams?

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At that stage of the game it depends on how things have developed both on the field and off the field for both teams?

True.

At this point Sevilla are still more prestigious than Espanyol. It's Jan, and Sevilla are languishing down in the relegation zone while Espanyol are round about 5th. Sevilla are offering 7 million in transfer funds (5 million in the bank), while Espanyol can only offer 500k (1 million in the red).

I'm leaning towards Espanyol (I spent some time living just outside of Sevilla so I've played with them quite a bit in the past), or possibly just keeping on as the England manager and wait until Valencia possibly open up.

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Help with a club choice i have here such candidates:

FC UTA Aradhttp://en.wikipedia....iki/FC_UTA_Arad

FC Petrolul Ploieștihttp://en.wikipedia....l_Ploie%C8%99ti

PFC Cherno More Varnahttp://en.wikipedia....erno_More_Varna

PFC Botev Plovdivhttp://en.wikipedia....C_Botev_Plovdiv

PFC Spartak Varnahttp://en.wikipedia....C_Spartak_Varna

Shkumbini Peqinhttp://en.wikipedia....Shkumbini_Peqin

Partizani Tiranahttp://en.wikipedia....artizani_Tirana

NK Zagrebhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NK_Zagreb

Red Star Belgradehttp://en.wikipedia....d_Star_Belgrade

Győri ETO FChttp://en.wikipedia....%C5%91ri_ETO_FC

Vasas SChttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasas_SC

P.S. Can offer the versions from any country of Europe.

Cherno More Varna in tribute to Cherno Samba

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It's the year 2017, I've already made Bordeaux into the best club in France, 4 straight league titles and a Europa League title.

Now I'm leaving for Spain... do I pick Sevilla or Espanyol?

To be honest I'd hold out for a better offer, especially after reading their respective league and financial positions.

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Nation:Any

Division:Any

European Competition: Any

Media Prediction: Top Half - Challenge for continental qualification

Board Expectation(s):

Transfer Budget: Enough to bring in a few players to compliment the system

Wage Budget:Same as above

Finances:As long as it isnt crippling debt im not to fussed

Currently trying to set up a very versatile fluid attacking system as seen here and want a team who would fit in well with that style of play. IM currently trialling it with Barca but they are strong enough to win games regardless of formation so looking for something a little more challenging. I thought Ajax but they are similar to Barca, big team in a small pond. Any ideas anyone?

Other:

Dunno if you're still looking for a team, but Roma fit most of your criteria except the transfer budget. You can get over that fairly easily though, by selling some of the higher-earning old players.

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To be honest I'd hold out for a better offer, especially after reading their respective league and financial positions.

I agree with this comment Gene.

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Nation: Better leagues of Europe

Division: Top

European Competition: doesn't matter

Media Prediction: doesn't matter

Board Expectation(s): doesn't matter

Transfer Budget: doesn't matter

Wage Budget: doesn't matter

Finances: good

Other: Looking for a team with good youngsters and good regens.

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Nation: One of the better European leagues but not England

Division: Top flight

European Competition: No

Media Prediction: doesn't matter

Board Expectation(s): Mid-table roughly but not too important

Transfer Budget: doesn't matter

Wage Budget: doesn't matter

Finances: Secure at least

Other: Looking for a team that's a decent base to grow

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Nation:Top league in Europe Preferably England but will consider, Italy, Spain maybe France Germany

Division:Top in Country

European Competition:None

Media Prediction:Mid-table/Lower

Board Expectation(s):Mid-table/Lower

Transfer Budget: Very high

Wage Budget: Very high

Finances: Very good sugar daddy?

Other:A team with money that needs rebuilding.

Running 12.2.1 and latest transfer updates as of 01/09/12

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if you want to, you could go down to the championship and try blackpool, you get like 30 million to spend on transfers (14.5 in november - spend that then spend januarys) you can get soem decent players for a few million, most top youth players (sanogo etc) will come and are of that standard.

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Nation:Top league in Europe Preferably England but will consider, Italy, Spain maybe France Germany

Division:Top in Country

European Competition:None

Media Prediction:Mid-table/Lower

Board Expectation(s):Mid-table/Lower

Transfer Budget: Very high

Wage Budget: Very high

Finances: Very good sugar daddy?

Other:A team with money that needs rebuilding.

Running 12.2.1 and latest transfer updates as of 01/09/12

Wolfsburg - Bundesliga .1 - $10M to spend, a squad capable of challenging.

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Good evening all.

Looking for any team in any league around the world. It'll probably be my last save until the new game comes out, so would like a team thats a bit of a challenge. Like I say, any club, any league. Although preferably out of England as im bored their now! Haha!

Any suggestions would be great.

Cheers.

ITFC 1

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Nation: England, Spain, Germany, France, Italy

Division:Top division

European Competition: Doesn't matter

Media Prediction: Not a top 3 side

Board Expectation(s):-

Transfer Budget: -

Wage Budget: -

Finances: A solid foundation to build on

Other:A team with attacking fullbacks, a goalscoring midfielder and hard working wingers.

Running 12.2.1 and latest transfer updates.

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Good evening all.

Looking for any team in any league around the world. It'll probably be my last save until the new game comes out, so would like a team thats a bit of a challenge. Like I say, any club, any league. Although preferably out of England as im bored their now! Haha!

Any suggestions would be great.

Cheers.

ITFC 1

Why not try Metalist ? ive made a thread for them, you have to challenge Shakhtar and Dynamo Kyiv for the league plus you could try and get into the champions league for the first time and eventually win it

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Nation: England, Spain, Germany, France, Italy

Division:Top division

European Competition: Doesn't matter

Media Prediction: Not a top 3 side

Board Expectation(s):-

Transfer Budget: -

Wage Budget: -

Finances: A solid foundation to build on

Other:A team with attacking fullbacks, a goalscoring midfielder and hard working wingers.

Running 12.2.1 and latest transfer updates.

I will once again recommend the Bubdesliga, Wolfsburg, Hoffemhien

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Nation: any

Division:Top division

European Competition: Doesn't matter

Media Prediction: any

Board Expectation(s):-

Transfer Budget: -

Wage Budget: -

Finances: A solid foundation to build on

Other:a nation in europe where the top league is still part-time that i can get to turn full-time once i get the funds to do so.already played in iceland so not looking at there

Running 12.2

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Nation: Any at all

Division: Not fussed

European Competition: Preferably at least Europa League

Media Prediction: Any

Board Expectation(s):- Any

Transfer Budget: - I'm looking for a massive budget

Wage Budget: - Again a big budget

Finances: Rich

Other: Looking for a rich team anywhere, that dosent have player restrictions, or many, also I am using the weegie update

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Nation: England, Scotland, Italy, Spain or Germany

Division: 2nd or 3rd

European Competition: None

Media Prediction: 2nd division: mid table or lower.....3rd division: promotion to top half

Board Expectation(s): same as above

Transfer Budget: not bothered first season because I will disable budgets in first window but would like a bit to spend in season two

Wage Budget: above current wage total

Finances: okay or better

Other: I've got bored of all my FM saves I have ever done and want to start a new one to last me up until FM13, I want a team that has some good youngsters in their team already and a long term goal of getting to the top division

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Clarky323, I recently went Queen of the south (if you have an updated db, they are in the Scottish 2nd division) stormed the league 1st season, after battling 2nd season got promoted to the SPL. they have a pretty good squad, Gavin Reilly is a great striker. Not much in the way of finances 1st season, but you can bring in a few good freebies, same 2nd season. I really enjoyed that game, but got offered the Dunfermline job 3rd season, and they are my favourite team, so took it! give it a try!

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I am in 2019 with Auxerre, started with no money to spend (but no debt), slightly over wage budget and apart from Sanogo very few prospects. Now I have won the french ligue 5 times in a row, champions league 3 times in a row and we are now dominating the world game. Last season I won every trophy available, and we have done this on home grown talent...

The issue is an error where my game is crashing alot, I ve become tired of it and I want a new challenge. I love managing in France cause it is such an even playing field, but dont want to again as I have for so long. Thinking Germany, Italy or maybe Holland. A club similar stature to Auxerre, low expectations, little history but not a small club. Any suggestions??

p.s. Can highly recommend Auxerre has a fun game, board happy to back youth set ups and pump any money you make back into the club.

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I am in 2019 with Auxerre, started with no money to spend (but no debt), slightly over wage budget and apart from Sanogo very few prospects. Now I have won the french ligue 5 times in a row, champions league 3 times in a row and we are now dominating the world game. Last season I won every trophy available, and we have done this on home grown talent...

The issue is an error where my game is crashing alot, I ve become tired of it and I want a new challenge. I love managing in France cause it is such an even playing field, but dont want to again as I have for so long. Thinking Germany, Italy or maybe Holland. A club similar stature to Auxerre, low expectations, little history but not a small club. Any suggestions??

p.s. Can highly recommend Auxerre has a fun game, board happy to back youth set ups and pump any money you make back into the club.

PSV, I've had some nice saves with them.

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probably a little bit to big for me, wouldnt take much to dominate holland with them.... maybe vitesse or gronignen but not that struck on them either....

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Looking for a sleeping giant to end FM12 with.

Nation: Euro but not England

Division: Top 2

European Competition: None or Europa at most

Media Prediction: Mid table/Bottom

Board Expectation(s):- Mid table/Bottom

Transfer Budget: - Enough to begin to shape squad or players to sell to get some

Wage Budget: - Same as transfer

Finances: OK or not too much in debt if bad

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probably a little bit to big for me, wouldnt take much to dominate holland with them.... maybe vitesse or gronignen but not that struck on them either....

SC Heerenveen

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Looking for a sleeping giant to end FM12 with.

Nation: Euro but not England

Division: Top 2

European Competition: None or Europa at most

Media Prediction: Mid table/Bottom

Board Expectation(s):- Mid table/Bottom

Transfer Budget: - Enough to begin to shape squad or players to sell to get some

Wage Budget: - Same as transfer

Finances: OK or not too much in debt if bad

Auxerre, good youth, no debt, easy to sell a few players to make some money, and a 18 year old ready made club legend in Yaya Sanogo!, French ligue 1 is competitive but almost 10 teams could win it after the first season!

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After doing all sorts of challenges (some tough, some not so tough) i am now looking to end FM12 with a bit more relaxation. Who would be the easiest team to be to chill out as whilst waiting for FM13? Absolutely no restrictions as to who and where as this save is all about laziness.

Thanks.

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Barca or Real surely? Squad is already there so not much work to do really.

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Looking for a sleeping giant to end FM12 with.

Nation: Euro but not England

Division: Top 2

European Competition: None or Europa at most

Media Prediction: Mid table/Bottom

Board Expectation(s):- Mid table/Bottom

Transfer Budget: - Enough to begin to shape squad or players to sell to get some

Wage Budget: - Same as transfer

Finances: OK or not too much in debt if bad

Leverkusen

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After doing all sorts of challenges (some tough, some not so tough) i am now looking to end FM12 with a bit more relaxation. Who would be the easiest team to be to chill out as whilst waiting for FM13? Absolutely no restrictions as to who and where as this save is all about laziness.

Thanks.

Paris SG perhaps? Tons of cash and should be able to walk the league with the squad at hand...And also quite challenging for European dominance.

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looking for the last save in fm 12 before 13 comes out.

Country/Continent:EUROPE

Tier:IN THE SUPREME LEAGUE

Financial state:OK

Media PredictioN:5-8

some promising youngwould be nice

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Nation: Euro but not England

Division: First

European Competition: Europa or CL

Media Prediction: Top 5

Board Expectation(s):- I am looking for a team with low expectations.

Transfer Budget: - Enough to begin to shape squad or players to sell to get some.

Wage Budget: - Same as transfer.

Finances: Good/Okay

I have had long saves with Manchester United, Borussia Dortmund and Ajax so none of those 3 :)

Also, I want a team that has quality youngsters and produces quality young players.

Any suggestions?

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looking for the last save in fm 12 before 13 comes out.

Country/Continent:EUROPE

Tier:IN THE SUPREME LEAGUE

Financial state:OK

Media PredictioN:5-8

some promising youngwould be nice

Nation: Euro but not England

Division: First

European Competition: Europa or CL

Media Prediction: Top 5

Board Expectation(s):- I am looking for a team with low expectations.

Transfer Budget: - Enough to begin to shape squad or players to sell to get some.

Wage Budget: - Same as transfer.

Finances: Good/Okay

I have had long saves with Manchester United, Borussia Dortmund and Ajax so none of those 3 :)

Also, I want a team that has quality youngsters and produces quality young players.

Any suggestions?

I recommend Vitesse in Holland or Hoffenheim in Germany to both of you.

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Its worth to start new save today, a month before new Fm comes out, because in free time i could really play FM, but which team should i start with, im looking for young team with potential or maybe some easy big teams to manage. Any suggestions ?

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Want a new save (probably won't get FM13).

Thinking of loading: England, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Spain...then one other smaller league to start in, was thinking Czech Republic, Denmark or Austria...any suggestions for which league/what club?

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Yes this is one hell of a bump, but I'm still on FM12, having not bought 13 and not liking the feel of 14. I don't know if people will even be able to remember FM12 :D

Nation: Anywhere in Europe.

Division: Top League, but not necessarily a top team.

European Competition: Don't mind.

Media Prediction: Don't mind.

Board Expectation(s): Don't mind.

Transfer Budget: For an initial budget I don't mind

Wage Budget: Again, as an initial budget I don't mind.

Finances: Good.

Other: I want a career save, but I want to be able to sell on most of my initial squad for a good total sum. For instance, one of my best saves was with West Brom as I could sell on most of my squad for hefty fees and bring in a raft of new players immediately building my own team; hence why I am not too bothered about the initial budgets. I know it's an odd request, but with some teams you simply can't sell players for love nor money regardless of how good they actually are, whereas with West Brom there were multiple takers for pretty much every player.

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