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Hungary Vs Kremin (Country vs Club) Is this a bug?

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Just looking at Hungary's fixtures for 2011-2012 season and they beat an Ukrainian team called Kremin 5-0 in a friendly?

Can countries play clubs teams or is this a bug?

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It does happen sometimes, I remember some Premier League teams have played against Malaysia and other Asian national teams. On the game I saw England play against some Brazilian clubs in friendlies before the 2014 world cup which I thought was weird.

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It does happen in the game and in real life. The United States Olympic team (*choke*) played a few games against Costa Rican teams before Olympic qualifying began not too long ago...

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The feature has been toned down a little since 12.0, irl many of them are just glorified training games & some will be behind closed doors so there is still a little work to be done by SI.

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The English FA are cash hungry media whores.

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Just looking at Hungary's fixtures for 2011-2012 season and they beat an Ukrainian team called Kremin 5-0 in a friendly?

Can countries play clubs teams or is this a bug?

They can and they do.

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Bayern played India a few months back I recall.

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During PRE-tournament preperations national teams that are active in that tournament can play national clubsides from the host country.

this is a new adition in thst years FM

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