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If it's normal youth team, what's difference between it and normal youth teams (U18, U19, U20...)?

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Jong = Youth in Dutch, but the Jong teams (for example Jong Ajax, or Ajax 2 as their known in FM) are the reserve teams. For 2013/14, the reserve teams, i.e. Jong-teams of Ajax, PSV and Twente will play in the dutch second division in a setup similar to the B-teams in Spain.

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I think the question is, what are the effective differences when you set an affiliation type as "Dutch jung team" or whatever it is as opposed to the others like "B", "reserve" or "U19"?

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Normale Youth team isn't as Barcellona B, Barcellona C, etc..

Sorry nut i don't speak english very well so i try to help you to understand with examples..i hope it is usefull ;)

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There is a Dutch forum (in Dutch) at the bottom of the forum page. It's called " Football Manager 2013 Algemeen". I don't speak this language, but I know it's in Dutch. Perhaps, someone could ask this question ?

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