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For those who find the game to easy - A couple of questions?

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Didn't want to keep bumping the Feedback thread so thought I would create a new one.

I am interested that quite a few seem to find the game too easy. I obviously don't so I am intrigued. If you are one of those who find it easy can you post the following as I think it would be interesting to see if there is a connection as to why.

1. Tracksuit Manager or Tactical Manager?

2. Team Managed?

3. Starting reputation?

With me it's

1. Bit of both I think as I left it in the middle.

2. West Ham

3. Professional Footballer National Level

So finished two seasons with West Ham 7th and 8th in the Premier League with a Carling Cup win in first season which isn't an overachievement but a realistic one IMO.

Would appreciate your input as obviously if 70% are playing as a top four team and start as an International Footballer maybe it can be too easy at certain levels.

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1.Tactical Manger

2.Chelsea

3.Professional Footballer

The easy value a think comes down to the ME really, what i am finding hard is scouting right now. But beside that i am in Jan and is around 16 points clear at the top.

I still get in some matches where i have to do some pep talks and make some changes just to rescue a draw or secure a win.

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1. Tactical

2. AFC Telford

3. Sunday League

Just won the Champions League in 2035, with a few Premier League titles already won

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I think to get the best results is to choose 1 type rather than Jack of all Trades. I believe u will run into lots of management problems when dealing with players.

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I wouldn't say the game is too easy but for me the difficult part is keeping players happy. In FM14 it was getting the right tactic.

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