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    Pep Guardiola's 2010/2011 Barcelona.

    It's no bother at all, even though I'm not really as active as before I feel like when someone has spent time and effort to reply to my post I have to reply in kind as well. And good luck with your Barcelona career, hopefully you're able to cement them as the best team in the world. And remember to enjoy the moment.
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    Pep Guardiola's 2010/2011 Barcelona.

    Oh yeah I totally forgot about Aguero, haha. Hmm for him a CF/DLF/T seems about right but I'm leaning more towards the Trequartista. Yeah, currently the BPD play a decent amount of passes and drift high and wide. But they almost never go past the half way line. Honestly I've not experimented much with the two CD positions so feel free to try it out. I think the only roles suitable are S/L/BPD though.
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    Pep Guardiola's 2010/2011 Barcelona.

    Hmm that's a tough one. I would say the main difference is that current Man City are a lot more fluid and play ever so slightly different every game. This has to do with Guardiola improving as a coach I believe. For example, sometimes the wing backs drift in centrally(infamously known as inverted fullback) and sometimes they push up and hug the touchline like wingers. Then you have wingers who do the same thing, sometimes cutting in, sometimes staying wide. The midfield duo is similar but are far more attack oriented(IMO). The back three I feel are the most similar parts between the two tactics. In terms of playstyle I feel Pep's Man City play a lot more passes than my tactic and are a lot more fluid in movement. Also the way that Man City puts pressure on the ball to win it back is different because I feel its impossible to accurately recreate the way they do it, which is by blocking out passing options for the opposing team before rushing in to win the ball back.
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    FMM19 General Discussion

    Maybe I'm just used to it, but I don't really have any issues with the search. Could you elaborate on what exactly is bothering you about the search? Maybe it might even get fixed in the next edition if we complain about it.
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    FMM19 General Discussion

    It's under search, player search. Where you can click on customise to filter thru players.
  6. The in-game description just says you need to be incredibly successful over a period of two seasons in a club. Could be talking about trophies, could be talking about financial success. I ain't sure.
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    Second nationality

    Filtering for English players using the in-game search does show players who have English as a second nationality. Try it! example: I search for English players.... And when I sort by nationality I can more easily find players with English as a second nationality.
  8. IIRC Sugar Daddy doesn't unlock based on time played, it unlocks based on how much overall profit you've made in the transfer market. So I've you've played 8 seasons but overspent on all players bought in and sold your players at a cut price you won't be able to unlock this. Although I'm not 100% sure I think this is the criteria. Let me check. My bad, looks like the transfer profit thing is for the wheeler dealer achievement. So most likely scenario is that you've already unlocked it but didn't notice.
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    Pep Guardiola's 2010/2011 Barcelona.

    Nope. Instructions are the same for now, but if I do make any more improvements it'll definitely be updated here.
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    Pep Guardiola's 2010/2011 Barcelona.

    Alright, so I've got an update for you guys! Strikers playing as Ts are out. CAMs playing as AMs are in. Ever since I first started using this tactic I've felt that the forward role was the hardest to pin down. In my Barcelona save my Treq(Munir) was smashing in the goals and averaging slightly over 1 goals a game, so I didn't feel as If I needed to change anything. However I recently started a Portsmouth save(for a little bit of challenge), and noticed the Treq was really struggling to make a impact. One thing I've noticed in my main Barcelona save was the Treq didn't contribute much in terms of passes/key passes/assists per game but always managed to get me goals. This was not the case in my Portsmouth save, so I had to do something. My solution was to move my striker down to an attacking mid and see if any of the roles there fit better. Tried AP but he almost never dropped deep enough or got any goals, tried SS but he was pretty average, tried T but it was basically the same as the striker role at least as far as I could see, which left me with the AM role. What the AM did better was dropping deep and general build up play, but it does have a downside. Once he drops deep, he seems to just stay there. And this has really negatively affected the amount of goals he scores. For a test, I used the new tactic for five games in my Barcelona save. The results were great and I felt they were better then if I had used the old tactic. But now Munir, who had been averaging about 1.5 goals a game so far, only netted 2 goals in these five games and one of it was from a penalty. But on the other hand he has managed 7 assists and my inside forwards are getting a lot more chances. Despite the downside of my centre forward losing nearly all potency in front of goal, I do feel this change is for the better and will net better results while still keep the core philosophy of Pep Guardiola's Barcelona. However, I believe you can use both the Treq or the AM as they both offer their own unique strengths. With the Treq netting more goals and the AM getting more assists/key passes/passes. Also expect updates on the Portsmouth career as I started it just so I could see first hand how this tactic works on lower league teams.
  11. Good luck with this monumental task you've set for yourself. One of the main reasons I've had to put down my Langdon Donovon Challenge(I hope I can pick it up again soon...) attempt with Efrain Alvarez was the insane international call-ups which often left me with a massive lack of players for weeks on end. This really sucked the fun out of the save for me, and led to me taking a rather long break. Hope you're able to cope with it better, and good luck!
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    No Takers for Loan Offers

    At work right now so I'll give you a quick tip. Sometimes, some players might become 'cursed' and just won't get any loan offers at all. In such cases what I do to fix it is exit the game and wait for a while(normally a few hours) and then try to loan them out again. I know this sounds a bit extreme, but it works. And I've found nothing else that works.
  13. Asking this because I was playing thru the game when the commentary said I was on a 75 game unbeaten streak. Which felt pretty good to hear. So I looked up the all-time record IRL and saw it was Celtic with 62 games across two years, and felt even better. So what about you guys? What's your best record? (P.S I actually have only 1 loss in nearly 250 games so I don't really know what my longest streak actually is, maybe its 170+ games?) Let the bragging begin!
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    No Takers for Loan Offers

    Huh? Why do you have to loan players out to in game loaded teams only? What I mean is your loaned out players will still get stimulated game time even if the team you send them to doesn't have any matches scheduled. Here's an example: Even though Wisla Krakow have no fixtures, my player still got to play with 30 apps, 2 goals, 1 assist and a yellow card. And he's been progressing well due to the amount of game time he's getting. So I don't know why y'all obsessed with loan out your players to such specific teams... I do know it was a issue with previous editions of the game, where your loaned out player wouldn't get to play if you loaned him out to a team with no fixtures scheduled. But not anymore.
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    Pep Guardiola's 2010/2011 Barcelona.

    Good to see that the tactic works at teams other than Barcelona and great to hear that Everton are now playing Tiki Taka style. Honestly I think the tactic isn't the best in terms of goals or results. But it is very consistent and lets your team play in what I would consider a beautiful and fun style.
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