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I’m wanting to start a new career mode with a random team, (Preferably an English team) as I watch and know fair few English teams. However the choice is who do I choose? 

I’ve previously done a career mode with York and Coventry on FMM18 and Blackpool on FMM17, which I’ve led to the Premier League, but saying that York is probably my most successful career, winning every league, and pretty much every trophy at least once. Before anyone says that I’ve used sugar daddy from the start, I haven’t, I got the sugar daddy after winning the Carabao Cup.66FD6193-920C-41AD-A1E6-6A8288EE200F.thumb.jpeg.d09de02a48e6fb3adfaca4b9998a5145.jpeg

I just need a new challenge or new idea kn career mode. Can someone help?

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One perfect season is already tough enough as a draw lurks always around the corner but two perfect seasons in a row?? That's crazy!

Maybe try this: Strikers' Striker Challenge

Otherwise check the pinned challenge index. Bound to be something worth trying even for you ;)

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27 minutes ago, BatiGoal said:

One perfect season is already tough enough as a draw lurks always around the corner but two perfect seasons in a row?? That's crazy!

Maybe try this: Strikers' Striker Challenge

Otherwise check the pinned challenge index. Bound to be something worth trying even for you ;)

Trust me it wasn’t easy to do two perfect seasons aha. 

May have to give the Strikers’ Striker Challenge ago 

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Try to manage a African team for win the world cup, it's my dream it's very difficult and passionating 

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2 hours ago, Clem2507 said:

what is your tactics ?

I used this one in the lower leagues at home and when playing away I changed it to defensive

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Just now, KyleJNichol said:

I used this one in the lower leagues at home and when playing away I changed it to defensive

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Then when I got to prem I used these tactics. 

Please note, that these aren’t my own tactics two lads on this site created these tactics. 

 

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1 hour ago, Lemukuyi said:

Try to manage a African team for win the world cup, it's my dream it's very difficult and passionating 

Now that would be a challenge! So many good African players, but all from different parts of Africa 

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8 minutes ago, KyleJNichol said:

Now that would be a challenge! So many good African players, but all from different parts of Africa 

That's life, it's a very good challenge because it's not easy to call the good players who get two nationality for reinforcing your team and in your team you can have just one or two good players. 

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8 minutes ago, Lemukuyi said:

That's life, it's a very good challenge because it's not easy to call the good players who get two nationality for reinforcing your team and in your team you can have just one or two good players. 

I know, if I did that challenge I wouldn’t even know who to pick. That’s quite a hard choice, because you’ve got the likes of Salah for Egypt, Mané for Senagal, Bolaise, Mbemba and Masuku for DR Congo. That’s three African countries off top of my head

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6 hours ago, KyleJNichol said:

I know, if I did that challenge I wouldn’t even know who to pick. That’s quite a hard choice, because you’ve got the likes of Salah for Egypt, Mané for Senagal, Bolaise, Mbemba and Masuku for DR Congo. That’s three African countries off top of my head

i suggest you to choose DR Congo because this country have a good championship and a very good clubs like TP Mazembe who can provide you many good players

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1 hour ago, Lemukuyi said:

i suggest you to choose DR Congo because this country have a good championship and a very good clubs like TP Mazembe who can provide you many good players

I may have to give DR Congo a blast 

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I've been hoping to see a career post on here that goes a little more in depth into the tactical side of things. Formation changes for injuries or slumps in form, special gameplans for tough away games, or counters to particularly tough ai formations, even basic tweaks or in game adjustments here and there. Could be too time-consuming and detailed for the poster, but I'm interested in seeing how other managers handle specific types of adversity, moreso than just being impressed with their results after the fact.

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On 2017-12-07 at 00:06, KyleJNichol said:

Then when I got to prem I used these tactics. 

Please note, that these aren’t my own tactics two lads on this site created these tactics. 

 

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I see that you are using WingBack on the same side that you have a Winger and a FullBack on the InsideForward side. I always though that WB should be used with IIF and FB with Winger. If cuts inside and WB come running. Winger stay on the flank and fullback supports from behind. Have I been wrong in this?

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1 hour ago, Haukr said:

 

I see that you are using WingBack on the same side that you have a Winger and a FullBack on the InsideForward side. I always though that WB should be used with IIF and FB with Winger. If cuts inside and WB come running. Winger stay on the flank and fullback supports from behind. Have I been wrong in this?

To be honest I thought the same as you, but strangely enough it works. I might switch them around to see if it has more of an effect.

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5 hours ago, GrouchoLenin420 said:

I've been hoping to see a career post on here that goes a little more in depth into the tactical side of things. Formation changes for injuries or slumps in form, special gameplans for tough away games, or counters to particularly tough ai formations, even basic tweaks or in game adjustments here and there. Could be too time-consuming and detailed for the poster, but I'm interested in seeing how other managers handle specific types of adversity, moreso than just being impressed with their results after the fact.

When I was in the lower leagues (Vanarama North and National). I switched between 4-1-2-2-1, attacking (Home) and defending (Away), but if I was losing by a goal or two, I would switch to overload and make a couple of subs. 

Since I've been in the Prem, I've just used 4-1-2-2-1 and amended some of the personal tactics (Winger, Inside forward and so) and I've been successful with it.

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