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Apply for higher rep clubs

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on the "go on holiday" screen there is a tick box saying "apply for managerial posistions at higher reputation clubs". I was just wondering what it means by "higher reputation clubs". a higher rep then what? my previous club? or does it mean a high rep clubs in general?

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i think it's meaning higher reputation then your current reputation as a manger

if you start as unemployed and with reputation of automatic then mainly every available job in the game can be considered as higher reputaion as your current level

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ohhhhh i get you...but then again how do tell which clubs translate into higher rep then say a pro-footballer? how does that work?

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No, it's higher the club you're managing.

BTW, you can see your rep in your personal screen.

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No, it's higher the club you're managing. .

right but what if you haven't had a club?

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ohhhhh i get you...but then again how do tell which clubs translate into higher rep then say a pro-footballer? how does that work?

Both clubs and managers have a certain rep. You can see the exact figure in FMM. They are both out of 10000.

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right but what if you haven't had a club?

then you can see your reputation in your managerial personal screen

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ok nice one lads...i have just started a new game unemployed and didnt want to go on holiday not knowing what clubs i was/wasn't going to be applying for.

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As an unemployed manager just starting out, expect nothing but the lowest clubs. Think your rep might alter depending on what you have set as your previous experience (ie. Former International, etc).

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