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  1. Woah @MEETSAAK that was a little too much info but that's ok, I like puzzles ๐Ÿ˜† I'm no tactician but have you tried a 4-2-3-1 formation? Something like this: Venema TM Harrison Receveur Alhaft IF AP W Bensabouh Vossebelt BWM CM Koppers Meijers Mirani Van Vlerken FB CB CB FB Etemadi GK Retrain Receveur and Kip to AP in attacking midfield Retrain Harrison to IF on the left wing The squad doesn't seem to have much stamina or speed so I would go with a slow tempo. And there's only 3 strikers; 2 of which are Target Man, so it's probably best to go with a 1 striker formation for better squad depth. For tactics, I'd go with: Closing all over (or Own Half if you're short on stamina), control/balanced (depending on opposition), slow, mixed passing, mixed focus If you're ahead and want to conserve more stamina, switch to defensive, sit back, and change FBs to defensive FBs If you're really behind, switch to attack, fast, direct passing, both flanks focus, and shoot on sight
  2. Oh ok, that's good they're looking into it... because I think I'm starting to find it more trouble than it's worth. I was really excited for it initially but it's just not fun whenever my players lose two points of say, aerial or positioning, just to gain a point of leadership. Maybe it just means I've chosen poor mentors (although they're considered 'perfect' for mentoring), but the way it's currently implemented it's possible you can lose more than you gain. I don't mind the idea of losing some attributes to gain others but it has to be a bit more balanced than it currently is. As for strained relationships, having wonderkids not get along with a fan favourites is quite problematic. Is there a way of settling their differences without having to sell someone? Unlike how poor attributes rub off through mentoring, this one does make more sense but I feel like they should also tweak this somehow. Perhaps with in-game warnings that continued mentoring could develop a strained relationship. Or including the possibility that good mentoring can result in friendship and allowing players to become each other's favoured persons.
  3. I'm starting to see just how dangerous mentoring can be. Half of the time the youngsters are learning the poorer attributes of their mentors even though they're meant to only be learning one specific attribute. Was it designed to be like this? And I'm also getting quite a few players with strained relationships post-mentoring
  4. I thought I just made the best Rangers signing of all time by getting Chris Smalling in for $19.25M. Sadly, it was only because he skipped the contract negotiations and I'm forced to pay him $400k/week (his previous Man U salary was $75k/week). Transfer date was 21st Jun 20 ๐Ÿ˜ฅ
  5. I hope this is even possible, as I've never seen it either. Then again, I hope for silly things, like the ability of outfield players retraining as goalkeepers or vice-versa, no matter how ridiculously rare it would be ๐Ÿ˜†
  6. Woah... I'm surprised so many have experienced it. I haven't been sacked before but came really close once in FMM19. I was into my second year of managing Shelbourne FC, after getting promoted to the top division in Ireland. Early in the season, I went on this horrible run with 3 wins, 3 draws and 7 losses, as well as getting knocked out of a Leinster Senior Cup Semi-final, leaving me dead last on the table and in the relegation zone. It was a bit of a shock since I was used to comfortably winning, and it also didn't help that I always select the 'winner' option on start of season expectations, so the board's confidence in me was abysmally low. I think I was just having trouble finding the right formation, and kept on tinkering to find a solution. It was only once I switched to a 4-3-3 that my fortunes turned around - beginning with a 9-0 win against my closest relegation rival. That probably provided the boost of confidence the squad needed, because it also kick started an undefeated run to end up pinching the trophy at the end of season by a close 6 points. It was pretty epic! It was only after winning the league in this fashion that I realised how much I still love this game ๐Ÿ˜„
  7. Mine was Jonathan David from KAA Gent to Rangers on either 30 or 31st January 2020 (can't remember which), so it does seem to be a deadline day issue. Another deadline day issue I had on the exact same dates was securing a move for Harvey Elliott, where Liverpool agreed the transfer fee ($20 million plus a player -Joe Aribo), and the player accepted the contract negotiations, but then a day or two later, there's news he rejected the contract offer. Luckily I had a save right after the negotiations so I kept re-loading it until it finally went through.
  8. Same here, except mine ended up on a ridiculously high wage. Quite the annoying bug.
  9. Thank you, it'll apply to an already started game!
  10. Thanks for that @Lav50! That basically confirms it's working! I thought I was going mental back there lol.
  11. It's all just text like in the picture, since fmm doesn't have sound.
  12. Yep, you can delete the event file in obb. It's probably working already but it's just not obvious. It shows up like any ordinary commentary text but with different lines occasionally. Hopefully you'll notice something new soon. Otherwise, I'm sorry I can't help you ๐Ÿ˜ž
  13. These two are correct. Restart if you haven't already. You don't have to start a new game, just load any game.
  14. Scratch, my friend, it's time we go hunting for some old farts on loan. This changes everythinggg ๐Ÿ˜…
  15. Did you?? Sorry I completely missed it ๐Ÿ˜„ Nice!! Wow... idk why but my mind is getting really blown away by all these little discoveries ๐Ÿ˜„ I mean I feel so trolled today, but in a good way lol. That's really awesome. Thanks for that! I'm off to buy all these inconsistent players now ๐Ÿ˜† And thank you SI!