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    PriZe reacted to FuddledFox in FMM18: All Playable National Teams   
    FMM18: All Playable National Teams

     
    The nations that are available to you during a save depend on the leagues you have loaded, as you require at least 50 players from that nation to be able to manage their national team. I have loaded up the database in various combinations to try and ensure that this is complete a list as possible. You will need to load the correct leagues to get some of these teams E.G. Load the MLS to manage Canada, Jamaica or Bermuda. The more players you load the more nations you will have available. If I have missed anyone please let me know and I can add them to the list.
     
    Europe

     
    Belgium Croatia Denmark England France Holland Ireland Northern Ireland Italy Portugal Russia Scotland Serbia Spain Turkey Ukraine Wales Greece Slovakia Poland Austria Bosnia & Herzegovina Czech Republic Romania Sweden Switzerland            
    North America

     
    USA Bermuda Canada Jamaica Mexico       South America

     
    Argentina Brazil Chile Colombia Uruguay      
    Asia

    Australia Bahrain Iran China Iraq Uzbekistan Qatar Jordan South Korea North Korea Saudi Arabia   Africa

    Cameroon Ghana Ivory Coast Nigeria Senegal Morocco DR Congo Mali Cape Verde   Oceania

    New Zealand Thank you for reading
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    PriZe got a reaction from FuddledFox in Vibe's FMM 18 Help me with my tactic topic   
    So this topic is for everyone that has tactical questions and wants input from the communities more tactical knowledgable users to give you some guidance in becoming the next Mourinho or Guardiola
    As questions and answers will fly in i will make a FAQ in the OP for quick reference! 
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    PriZe got a reaction from FuddledFox in Vibe's FMM 18 Help me with my tactic topic   
    So this topic is for everyone that has tactical questions and wants input from the communities more tactical knowledgable users to give you some guidance in becoming the next Mourinho or Guardiola
    As questions and answers will fly in i will make a FAQ in the OP for quick reference! 
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    PriZe got a reaction from FuddledFox in Vibe's FMM 18 Help me with my tactic topic   
    So this topic is for everyone that has tactical questions and wants input from the communities more tactical knowledgable users to give you some guidance in becoming the next Mourinho or Guardiola
    As questions and answers will fly in i will make a FAQ in the OP for quick reference! 
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    PriZe got a reaction from FuddledFox in Vibe's FMM 18 Help me with my tactic topic   
    So this topic is for everyone that has tactical questions and wants input from the communities more tactical knowledgable users to give you some guidance in becoming the next Mourinho or Guardiola
    As questions and answers will fly in i will make a FAQ in the OP for quick reference! 
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    PriZe reacted to veerus in Introducing "harder mode" - NIT Difficulty   
    It's no secret that if you spend any amount of time with FMM, you will find that it is too easy. There are many reasons for this, most related to the poor AI - playing players out of position, questionable tactical instructions, poor squad conditioning management, failing to lock up good players, etc. 
    All of those things are out of our control so there's no reason to dwell on them. But there is one thing that is within our control and it can drastically change how we play this game. And that thing is - player training. Intensive training to be exact. 
    Let me show you what I mean. I ran a quick test where I picked 12 "first team" Manchester United outfield players (Shaw, Valencia, Smalling, Bailly, Jones, Matic, Pogba, Mkhitaryan, Mata, Martial, Rashford, Lukaku) and tracked their attribute changes (tracked as a sum of all attributes) while on holiday from game start date of July 1, 2017 to January 1, 2018. Only training regimes that were tested are General, Defending, and Attacking. Since this just a long-winded introduction to the new difficulty level idea and not a full test, I'll spare you the details, but here are a couple highlights:
    Test 1 (default training when you start a new game): on average, the 12 players gained 4.62% total attributes (for example: Pogba went from total of 244 to 254 - a 4.10% increase). Players lost an average of 1.17 weeks to injury. Team went 10-4-7 for 34 points and 12 goal difference.
    Test 2 (PriZe intensive training per his guide): on average, the 12 players gained 7.86% total attributes. Players lost an average of 2.67 weeks to injury. Team went 13-4-4 for 43 points and 21 GD.
    Clearly, intensive training boosts your players to unrealistic levels compared to the rest of the players in the game. This gives the human player a huge advantage by essentially having a team of Messi's and makes the game too easy! 
    But what if we turn the training down a bit? I alluded to this in a thread in FMM17 and it likely inspired a famous competition challenge during one of the cups last season. So I tested LIGHT training - all training regimes turned to light, except the "main" one (tactics for general training, defending/attacking for those respective regimes) which was at medium. For example:
    Test 3 (LIGHT training): on average, the 12 players LOST 4.33% total attributes. Players lost an average of only 0.42 weeks to injury. Team went 8-9-4 for 33 points and 17 GD. 
    This looks a bit like overkill. And so my final tweak helped me arrive at what I would suggest should be the default training mode for those wanting more of a challenge! I call this mode:
    NIT (Not Intensive Training) Difficulty 
    Your training regimes should follow the following rules:
    set Fitness and Motivation to MEDIUM  set the PRIMARY role in the regime to MEDIUM (tactics for general - see example below, defending/attacking/goalkeeping for those respective regimes) set all others to LIGHT (or none for non-GKs)
    Test 4 (NIT difficulty): on average, the players lost 0.5% total attributes. Players lost an average of 0.83 weeks to injury. Team went 12-2-7 for 38 points and 10 GD.
    I should also mention that under NIT, the young stars who you would expect to improve, did just that - Pogba, Martial, Rashford, Lukaku gained an average of 3.91% total attributes. Perfect!
    I would challenge everyone to try the NIT training regimes and let me know in this thread if you still find the game "too easy". And if you do - try it with LIGHT training regime (test 3).
    Let your tactics guide you to victory!
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    PriZe reacted to Ashez in Crazy amount of goals!   
    I think we have a rival to "London is in the midlands" already!! 
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    PriZe reacted to Ashez in Player Role duties   
    This article by @PriZeshould offer you the help you require. 
     
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    PriZe got a reaction from FuddledFox in Taff and FF Presents: FMM18 Less Known Wonderkids XI   
    Wow... great article! Appreciate the amount of effort you put in! Stellar work guys!
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    PriZe reacted to FuddledFox in Taff and FF Presents: FMM18 Less Known Wonderkids XI   
    Taff and FF Present:
    FMM18 Less Known Wonderkids XI
    Wonderkids, for many of us they make a save special. That talented teenager who has been at the club since a boy and it’s you who gives him his big break in the first team. With nurture and care a wonderkid can become world class and will be the player you still remember 5 years from now as your favourite FMM18 player. 
    @Taff and I decided we would put our heads together and come up with an team of potential wonderkids and see how they develop playing together at one of the world’s biggest clubs. We didn’t want to use the usual suspects though so you won’t find Mbappe, Donnarumma etc in our team. We hope we will bring to your attention some of the less well known but very talented youngsters in the game.
    This is our team. There are no guarantees that all these players will become world class but they certainly look good prospects. We based our picks on who we liked the look of but we would also like to thank @Stam who gave us some excellent pointers based on his great work compiling this https://fmmvibe.com/forums/topic/40677-fmm18-wonderkids-complete-list/
     
    We decided to bring all these players to Real Madrid so they could benefit from the world class facilities and the beautiful weather in Madrid. The leagues loaded were England, Germany, France and Spain. They didn’t prove to be a cheap bunch of players to buy. These prices should only be seen as a guide as although Taff tried to get the best price, the Real Madrid factor does push up the price in our opinion. You may find you can get some of these players cheaper or they may even cost more if you are a club in the same nation as the selling team.


    Taff: Now the overall plan is simple, I managed the team over the first year and to see how our youngsters develop, then I simmed through 5 years and grabbed shots of how they look and then finally ahead 10 years and see what our players look like in their late 20’s early 30’s
     
     
    Let’s see what happened. FF is going to give you a short Bio of the players and then I will talk you through how they look in the game.
     
      
    Alex Meret – Udinese: When you think of young Italian goalkeepers you probably automatically think of Donnarumma. Alex Meret is the other great prospect to take Buffon’s crown as Italy’s No1. Udine born and bred he has come up through Udinese youth teams but has yet to make a senior appearance for the club. He has been on loan at SPAL in Seria B for the last 2 seasons. He has been capped for Italy’s Under 17s and Under 19’s and also made the full Italy squad in March 2017 but never played.
    Taff:
     
     After @azmiG26’s great article regarding the well-known young Italian GK Donnarumma and this young lad, his reputation is up a little, but me and Foxy (always loved a man in Wellies) decided this would be a great chance to see how this particular goalie can develop in FMM 18.  His stats show great potential with greens in aerial, agility, handling and reflexes.  His kicking and throwing could be a major concern but unlike most strikers Goalkeepers tend to hit their peak later in life, so plenty of time to get those up with some IT.
    His Physical stats are all in the Blue, and stamina isn’t a major concern for me with my GK’s but his strength needs improving.
     

    Benjamin Henrichs – Bayer Leverkusen: A versatile player who can play in both full back positions and central midfield. We have him in his natural position as a right back. Benjamin is a regular in the Leverkusen team having made his debut vs Dortmund in September 2015. He has been capped at senior level by Germany and made his debut against San Marino in an 8-0 win. In 2016 he won the prestigious Fitz Walter medal as the best German Under 19s player.
    Taff: 
    This young stud of a Right Back jumps right out of you, with his tackling, technique, decisions and stamina all in the green, but what makes him stand out for me is his ability to play in multiple positions.  I love a CB who can play both sides as I find it always helps when choosing your subs, but the fact that the young German could also be used as a DM, CM or even as a AM, his crossing, dribbling and passing are all just below the green mark and for a 20 year old 15 in decisions is huge, knowing when to back off or when to get stuck in, I think this lad is the future of the RB position
     

    Reece Oxford – West Ham United: Reece started his youth career at Tottenham but after his release in 2011 he joined the West Ham Under 13s side. His style of play has been compared to another West Ham Academy graduate Rio Ferdinand. He is currently in Germany playing on loan at Borussia Monchengladbach. He has been capped at all levels up to the Under 20s for England but West Ham refused him permission to play at the recent Under 17s World Cup in Chile.  
    Taff. 
    Now this is a young CD I have looked at before but never tried, so I’m personally quite interested to see how he develops.  His aerial is good, as I like my defenders to be able to outjump the attackers, and he’s pretty quick with 14 pace, his tackling is 2 points shy of green, and most of his stats look primed to jump nicely over the coming years.
     
     
    Issa Diop – Toulouse: Issa is a product of the Toulouse youth system and has made over 60 appearances for his home town club. He scored his first goal for the club in a 3-0 win over Troyes in December 2015 in only his 2nd appearance for the club. He has played at every level of youth football for the French national team and was part of the team that won the European Under 19s Championship in 2016. He was also included in the team of the tournament.
    Taff: 
    This young lad looks the business for a CD, he has the three green stats I look for in a CD, aerial, tackling and strength.  His other stats look good too with his teamwork, positioning and aggression all just below the green marks.  I think this young French CD has a very bright future ahead of him
     

    Phillip Ochs – Hoffenheim: Phillip won the Fitz Walter silver medal the same year Henrichs won the gold. He can play anywhere on the left hand side of the pitch but we have him as our left back. He has yet to cement himself a place in the Hoffenheim starting 11 every week but has been capped for Germany from Under 15s up to the Under 21s.
    Taff: 
    So we chose another young German in our LB position, and while he might not have as many greens as his counterpart Henrichs, he still looks like a very good young player.  My major concern is his aggression, which could be viewed as a great stat for a defender, but it also leads to bookings and other issues, but he does have high teamwork, so he’ll look to bring his teammates into the game and play his heart out.  His tackling is in the high blues as well as his pace and stamina, as with our GK, his strength is a concern if he’s getting knocked off the ball, but he also has the ability to play higher up the pitch as well as on the right as a 12 in shooting he could be used as an emergency RIF if you’re stuck
     
     

    Weston McKinnie – Schalke: Having been offered the chance to sign for the FC Dallas senior team after coming through their youth academy, Weston turned down this offer and instead signed for Schalke. He was already familiar with life in Germany having spent 3 years in Kaiserslautern as a child. It was during this time that Weston first started playing football. Weston has earned his first call up to the senior USA squad for this Novembers friendly vs Portugal.
    Taff: 
    With the inclusion of the MLS this year, we thought it would be nice to have one of our American cousins in the starting 11.  And so we have Weston “my favourite Cider” McKinnie.  At first glance, you can see he has promise, maybe as a BBM, especially with a good high aerial stat, giving him the option to help out at the back, or pop up to head in a few crosses at the other end.  His teamwork stat is also a great thing to see, plus the fact that all his other midfield stats are nicely in the blue.  I think we can expect big things from this young American.
     
     

    Sander Berge – KRC Genk: At the beginning of January 2017 Sander signed a 4 year contract at KRC Genk and completed the move from Valerenga in his native Norway. He has since become an important member of the Belgian’s team. He won his first cap for Norway in a World Cup qualifier aginst Northern Ireland in March 2017. He comes from a basketball playing family with his Father, Mother and Brother all playing for the Norway national team so its no surprise that Sander is nearly 2m tall.
    Taff: 
    To accompany McKinnie in the midfield we have this young Norwegian Viking, ready to ransack the competition.  His starting stats aren’t as impressive as his American partner, but there is plenty of potential, his high blue stats in passing and decisions mean he could develop into a very good young DLP (FF’s favourite spot)
     
     

    Jeremie Boga – Chelsea: As with many Chelsea youngsters Jeremie has spent much of his time away on loan. He has been on loan to Stade Rennes in his native France as well as Granada in Spain and is currently at Birmingham City in the Championship. He has made 1 appearance for the Chelsea 1st team. He started against Burnley in the opening game of the season but was subbed off after 18 minutes after Gary Cahill was sent off. He was capped at youth level for France but has since gone on to make his debut for the Ivory Coast.
    Taff: 
    So when I look for a winger, I look for three traits, crossing, dribbling and pace, and these are all something this young Ivorian has.  Don’t get me wrong as I have concerns mostly his teamwork and stamina, but with his three main traits in the green, I’m happy to give this young Chelsea player some room to improve.
     
     

    Joao Felix – Benfica: Portugal is a country that produces excellent attacking players and Joao is one of the next crop of players to come through. He has yet to make an appearance for the Benfica 1st team but he is the youngest player to ever appear for the Benfica B team. He made his Portugal Under 21 debut back in October.
    Taff: 
    Now for the AM position we had multiple options, Horta from SLB Harvertz from Leverkusen, but these guys are fairly well known (especially Harvertz after BatiGoal netted over 1900 goals with him).  So we went with someone else, Joao Felix is still only 17 and the youngest of our chosen XI.  His stats look decent for a 17 year old kid, with 15 in technique being the stand out, but with 14/13 in Dribbling, Passing and decisions I don’t think it will take him long to join the already impressive list of Portuguese legends.
     

    Jacob Bruun Larsen – Borussia Dortmund: We have another player who is based in the Bundesliga. Jacob has only made one appearance for the Dortmund 1st team in the DFB Pokal. He started his career at Lyngby in his native Denmark and moved to Germany in 2015. He was part of the Denmark Olympic team in 2016 making 4 appearance’s at the tournament.
    Taff: 
    While coming up with our starting XI we went through a few players for every position, but the first one we agreed on was this young Dane.  Not sure what it was but we both agreed that there was something about him that jumped out at us.  He only has one green stat, but a majority of blues, but his young age and the fact he can play with either foot make him an excellent choice as he can play as both a W and IF on either side of the field, plus this kid has lots of time to improve and we are both very excited to see what he can achieve
     
     
    Jean-Kevin Augustin – RB Leipzig: Jean-Kevin made the move from PSG to Leipzig this summer having found his chances in the PSG 1st team blocked by their superstars. He played for France in their European Under 19s triumph in 2016. He was in the team of the tournament, was voted best player at the tournament and also top scored with 6 goals. Since the move to Germany he has been a regular in the team playing 12 games and scoring 4 goals.
    Taff: 
     Now we all know the sort of young strikers we all would love to use, Jesus, Rashford, Isak, but we wanted to stay away from the players everyone knows.  So we looked and found this very decent looking Frenchman.  Augustin has some great stats for a young forward, including Shooting, Movement and Pace, with his Dribbling and Technique just below the green mark, he could prove to be the best striker for France in the near future.
     
    FF: That’s the 11 players we choose to go with. Taff is now going to take you through how they developed whilst I sit back and let him do all the work.
     
    Taff:  So with all the XI brought to the Bernabeu, we decided that it wouldn’t be fair to ask them to jump straight in as a full starting XI.  So we split the 10 outfield players across two teams and then filled the gaps with the world class players Real Madrid has on offer.  The main reason for this is we thought it would help their development if they had more seasoned players around them to help out, so we created two squads as shown below, and they were switched every other game (apart from injuries and subs some players got a little more time, but we tried to keep it even.
     
    Team 1 
     Team 2
     So with the squads in place and a starting tactic (this might change over the course of the year) we set off on our journey through 1, 5 and 10 years.
     
     
    Alex Meret:
     Let’s take a look at how he’s developed after a year of being between the sticks at Real Madrid facing off against some of the best attackers in the world.
     
    Some good improvements here, his already green stats have jumped up, but now both his decisions and teamwork are both in the green, along with some of those nasty browns turning blue. 
     He was the only player to play every game this season, and he had some nightmare games, but he is still only 21 and has plenty of times to improve.
     
     Season 1 Stats – Games Played - 65, Goal (conceded) - 67, Assists - 0, Avg Rating – 6.95
     
    Benjamin Henrichs
    Let’s have a look at how Henrichs has developed over his first year.
     Looking very strong indeed, both his crossing and dribbling are now in the green, meaning he could work as both FB and WB.  His tackling, technique and decisions all at 18 is a huge number for a player of his age, and I predict plenty of good years ahead of him
     
    Season 1 Stats – Games Played - 36, Goal - 1, Assists - 9, Avg Rating – 7.36
     
    Philipp Ochs
    Let’s see how Ochs has grown over his first year.
    Again some nice improvement for this young LB.  His physical stats have grown nicely, as well as his tackling and technique, but his biggest improvement has to be the 5 point jump in his decisions meaning he has matured very well over his first year, facing off against some great players, and I hope he can just keep getting better.
     
    Season 1 Stats – Games Played - 31, Goal - 0, Assists - 4, Avg Rating – 7.12
     
    Reece Oxford
    Let’s look at what Oxford has become after a year.
     
    Not as much improvement as I would have liked, as with the two CB’s his tackling and technique have grown into the greens (just) and his teamwork and stamina as well, but the only other real improvement is his decisions but that is only up two points, but he is younger than his other defenders, so maybe he requires more time to adjust and grow
     
    Season 1 Stats – Games Played - 32, Goal - 1, Assists - 1, Avg Rating – 7.18
     
    Issa Diop
    Let’s have a look at Diop after his first year in Madrid
     
    Compared to Oxford, Diop has grown very well, yes his technique is still in the blue, but his mental stats have all come up very well, with his decisions, leadership, positioning and teamwork all now in the green spectrum.  This kid has all the right stuff to make it as a top choice CD, but only time will tell if he can become a legend of the game.
     
    Season 1 Stats – Games Played - 34, Goal - 3, Assists - 2, Avg Rating – 7.14
     
    Weston McKinnie
    Let’s have a look at how McKinnie has developed over the year.
     
     
    Our young American has seen a nice jump in his stats, most notably his passing and movement, he’s played as both a BBM and a CM while I was trying to figure things out, but he’s been a very decent young player and I can only hope this upward trend continues
     
    Season 1 Stats – Games Played - 32, Goal - 1, Assists - 3, Avg Rating – 7.03
     
    Sander Berge
    Let’s see how our little Viking has developed over the first year
     
    Our little Viking has grown into quite the little warrior, 7 of his stats now sit in the green and all the rest in blue with no ugly brown stats left.  His passing, dribbling, decisions, movement and stamina mean this guy could happily play as a CM/BBM/DLP or even an AP.  He was slightly injury prone this year, and missed a month or two, but get him going and I think he’ll be unstoppable
     
    Season 1 Stats – Games Played - 25, Goal – 0, Assists - 4, Avg Rating – 6.84
     
    Jeremie Boga
    Let’s have a look to see how Boga has developed while playing out wide for Madrid 
     Boga may have been the slowest developing player, with his three green stats growing but the rest remain the same or in the case of his movement and strength actually gone down.  He did play well, so not sure why he hasn’t developed as well as some of the others, but his growth (or lack of) doesn’t bode well for the young winger.
     
    Season 1 Stats – Games Played - 29, Goal - 8, Assists - 19, Avg Rating – 7.48
     
    Jacob Brunn Larsen
     Let’s see if our hopes for the young Dane have paid off after his first season
     
     
    Now this was the guy I really wanted to see develop, and after a season where he missed over two months with Injury but still came away with the Spanish YPOTY, my hopes were not let down.  Yes only two of his stats have moved into the green, but most of his blue stats have taken a nice leap forward, with his passing the best of the bunch jumping 3 points.  I look forward to seeing how this young Dane copes with the rest of his career 
     
    Season 1 Stats – Games Played - 25, Goal - 12, Assists - 9, Avg Rating – 8.16
     
     Joao Felix
    Let’s see if he has managed to make that leap over the course of his first year
     
     
    For the youngest member of our XI, Felix is coming along quite nicely, with his dribbling and passing now in the green, and as you can see from his form he’s been performing very well in the AM position.  He is still only 18 and I honestly believe this kid has a huge future in front of him
     
    Season 1 Stats – Games Played - 30, Goal - 12, Assists - 21, Avg Rating – 7.83
     
    Jean-Kevin Augustin
     Let’s see how our young striker has developed over his first year
     
     
    Apart from a 1 point jump in his pace, there has been little development form our young French striker, but don’t let the stats fool you, his first season at Real was a successful one with only the big guns of Ronaldo and Bale outscoring him.  This young gun will be one of the best strikers in world when he hits his prime so I’d grab him now and let him run your attack for the next 10 years.
     
    Season 1 Stats – Games Played - 34, Goal - 27, Assists - 3, Avg Rating – 7.76
     
     
    Here’s all the team stats from their first season, so you can compare their stats increase vs how they played 
    So not a bad season, and Larsen winning the Spanish YPOTY and POTY speaks volumes about this lad, especially after he missed over two months with Injury, and making the Spanish team of the year along with Augustin and Oxford, these young guns have done very well.
     Now after the first season finished I resigned my post and left the players’ development to the AI, let’s hop into our time machine and travel to the year 2022 and see what the future holds for our XI players
     
     
    The year is 2022, monkeys have taken over the earth, and football as we know it is played by the slaves with the winner getting to eat the losers are the food….
     Or it hasn’t changed at all, either way let’s see how our players have grown over the 5 years since they joined Real, would they all still be there, or have they moved on, would they be getting the game time, or rotting on the bench.  Should I stop talking and just show you….OK
     Alex Meret
     
    So Meret is still at Real as their #1 choice between the sticks, and has been fairly solid looking at his history conceding 248 goals in 232 games in the four years since I left, avg 1.07 goals per game.  His stats have all improved very well with 3 now sitting at maximum on 20, and 2 just shy on 19.  Can’t see this guy getting replaced in the next 5 years, so long may he serve the Real Madrid faithful
     
    Benjamin Henrichs
     
    Look at all that green, feel like I’m at a Reggae festival (cough cough).  Henrichs is also still at Real after 5 years and getting some good amount of game time as well,, and it’s not hard to see why when you look at those stats, his tackling and decisions sit at the max level, then three 18’s, 2 17’s and 4 15’s this kid looks the absolute business, he has the stats of a great FB, or even a very good DM, his lack of pace means I wouldn’t personally use him as a WB but I can’t see anyone having an issue with such a hard hitting German Machine at the back
     Philipp Ochs
    Ochs hasn’t had quite the jump as his fellow German, but this could be down to his severe lack of game time.  He still looks like a very good LB, but I think with more IT and game time he could be one of the world’s best at his position
     
    Reece Oxford
    Oxford is still with the Spanish Giants, but has been sent out on loan back to England for the past two seasons, once at Blackburn and more recently at West Brom.  As with Ochs his stats haven’t seen that much of a jump, but he still looks like a solid young option, just maybe not for one of the world’s biggest teams.
     
    Issa Diop
    Diop remains in Madrid and unlike his defensive counterpart has remained with the main squad.  His game time was limited the first two seasons after my departure, but the last two have seen him gain much more playing time and this will only help his growth.  His stats haven’t taken that big of a leap, but he still has some solid green stats in (most) of the right areas, so only time will tell how much he can grow
     
    Weston McKennie
     
    Looking at the healthy growth in his stats, you would think this lad is burning up La Liga, but he’s played only 23 games since my resignation.  His passing, tackling, decisions, movement, teamwork and stamina are all looking very good, and any other team might think this lad has all they need in a DM, but sadly the new manager at Real can’t see it and has this great looking talent rotting on the bench, I’m hoping that he eventually gets a move elsewhere, so he can really shine.
     
    Sander Berge
     
     
    We now come to the first player to have moved on from Real.  Berge was sold to French outfit Bordeaux for almost £40M, and it’s not hard to see why, when you look at his stats, all that green and the guy has all the skills needed to play any role across the centre of the park.  Let’s hope his upward trend continues
     
    Jeremie Boga
     
    Boga looks, like a lethal Winger, with max stats in dribbling and crossing and 15 pace, he looks like he could give some DB’s some headaches.  We also see improvement in his shooting, technique, decisions and movement and also getting some game time at Real, so this good upward trend will only continue
     
    Jacob Bruun Larsen
    After his steller first season it’s a real shame to this young lad not being given a chance at Real, even being demoted to the B team before being sent on loan to Southampton.  Some of his stats have increased but not to the extent I would have liked, and as with McKennie this guy needs to move on to get the game time he deserves.
     
    Joao Felix
     
    Whoa, now that is some major improvement, looks incredible with two max stats and 2 just under the max mark, this young Portuguese player looks to have developed into a stud of a player, yet he also spent some time on loan, and has managed minimum game time.  Will love to see what he becomes in another 5 years, as I can’t imagine there will be many better by the time he hits 27
     
     Jean-Kevin Augustin
     
    Apart from Meret, Augustin is the only other player who seems to have gotten decent amount of game time, and his stats have seen a nice impressive jump in his stats, dribbling, shooting and movement all maxed out, with passing, aggression, creativity, decisions and pace all sitting pretty in the green, this lad could be a World class talent
     So there we see how the guys have done over the first 5 years of our experiment, but now once again we must jump into our Time machine, this time the destination is June 10th 2027

     Now we find ourselves 10 years into the future from our start point, and the world is still spinning
     Some of our players showed great improvement 5 years ago, some not so much.  Let’s see what a further 5 years has done to our (not so young anymore) players
     
    Alex Meret
    Meret is still the #1 keeper at Real, and it’s not hard to see why when he’s conceded less than he’s played over his last 5 seasons.  His stats still look good, without too much in the way of growth, but this guys could be your best option at GK if you’re a team looking to get them young and have them at the club for plenty of years to come
     
    Benjamin Henrichs
     
     
    Henrichs has grown into his role and over the last three seasons seems to have become the #1 option at RB for Real Madrid, and with all of his green stats it’s not hard to see why.  Looking for a great player to anchor your team at the RB position then look no further then Benjamin Henrichs
     Philipp Ochs
     
     
    Ochs has had some moving to do, leaving the Spanish Giants the year after we last saw him and joining Italian side Roma, then his 10th season sees him back in Spain but with the Red side of Madrid.  He has developed nicely (not as well as Henrichs but still).  It’s easy to see why and I’m glad he got to leave Real and get the game time he needed, and he has become a very attractive looking LB, one really worth a look.
     Reece Oxford
    Oxford is another player who has been on the move, after a few loan stints he ended up at Man U for the measly sum of £5.5M, then after only playing 19 times in 2 seasons, moved to Southampton where he seems to finally be getting some time on the pitch.  His stats are decent, but not amazing, so it’s not hard to see why this English CD has struggled at the bigger clubs, but maybe a mid-level club is just where he belongs.
     
    Issa Diop
    Diop had been a strong presence at Real for most of the 10 years, but after only 10 appearances in his last season the club sold him to French team AS Monaco for the modest sum of £8M, where he played more than 40 games.  Unlike Oxford his stats are pretty impressive, with 7 greens (2 of which are maxed).  So maybe with a full time IT regime, Diop could become a world class CD
     
    Weston McKennie
     
     
    The American midfielder has also been on the move, after struggling to break into the first team at Real, he was shipped off to Italian team AC Milan for £15M, there he managed to get some time playing and having a couple of decent seasons, but then AC Milan cashed in for double what they paid for him and sold him to Chinese side Shanggang for £30M and his first season there saw him grab an avg rating of 7.59 netting 3 and laying on 5 assists.  So fancy some American talent in your team, try this guy and see what he can do for you.
     
     
    Sander Berge
    When last we left the team 5 years ago, Berge was the only player who had moved on Joining French team Bordeaux, where he stayed until 3 years ago when the talented Norwegian got a move back to Spain to play for Sevilla, where he seems to have come into his own.  He still has some great looking stats and I think this guy could become a fantastic addition to most teams who need a solid versatile CM 
     
    Jeremie Boga
    Boga is the first player since Meret and Henrichs who we find still at Real, he seems to have been used quite sparingly but is getting some play time, and he still looks like a very good option out on the wing, even if his physical stats don’t look all that impressive.
     
    Jacob Bruun Larsen
    This one really breaks my heart, this kid played extremely well for me in his first season and if you remember won the Spanish POTY, and to see him fallen so hard, after a few loan spells, Larsen finds himself back in Denmark after being released by Real after 2 games in the 2022/23 season.  He’s been a mane stay at AaB, but this guy should be flying high in some much bigger club, but sadly it’s not to be for him.  His stats still look great (apart from his physicals) and I believe with proper nurturing this guys could be a killer addition to any squad
     
    Joao Felix
    Now the pick of the bunch, another player who got left behind by the Real management, but a good £67M move to Juventus has seen Felix get much more game time and form his history has been fairly impressive, especially his second season at Juventus netting 7 and laying on 18 assists for his team mates.  His stats look amazing and he’s really in his stride now as he’s hit his peak age and there’s still plenty of years left in him, so snap him early
    Jean-Kevin Augustin
     
    Now this is both sad and confusing, after simming the 10 years I could not find Augustin anywhere, might be a bug, but I believe he may have retired early due to injuries.  Everytime I simmed a year I liked to check on our XI and Augustin was constantly injured, so while he looked like a very good striker, be warned that he may hamper your team with persistant inuries
     So one more jump in my glorious time machine
     
    Ah back to good old 2017, wait why is Donald Trump the President of America, oh god no I must have caused a terrible tear in the space time continuum, oh no wait, that actually happened
    Back to you Foxy (I still love a man in wellies)
     
    FF: There we have it then, a mixed set of results for our chosen 11. It’s very possible that with your own expert management some of the players that under performed would do much better. As we all know the AI doesn't always do these players justice in how they develop and use them. Saying that we have some real belters in our list. We would both like to know your thoughts on our chosen 11. Have you been using some of these guys in your own save and how are they doing? Have we inspired you buy some of these lads and see how they develop for you.
    I would like to take the opportunity to thank @Taff. I approached him a couple of weeks ago with an idea of doing an ‘wonderkids XI’ article and he was on board straight away. Since then he has come up with lots of great ideas and has really put 100% into this article. I hope it wasn’t to traumatic working with me mate 
    Thank you for reading
     
     
     
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    Not long till you gonna hit @PriZe's isak's numbers! Definitely blasting through this 1kc mate! Maybe you can think abt 2kc already! KIU
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    Basically
    - Fixed crash on startup with some specific device/league/language combinations (a fun one to track down)
    - Fixed some other obscure crashes
    - Got the live crash tracker for Android working fully
    - Fixed some stalled transfer issues
    - Possible fix for career stats not being recorded
    - Fixed one example of problem demoting players
    - Fix AI bad picking of central midfielders against other AI clubs which was causing some good players not to be used enough.
     
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    Hey! I couldn't leave @billy2shotsflying this flag alone! 
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    I read OME and Love... that can only mean one thing... long posts by @Ashez Check!
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    The OME Brethren 
     
    My brothers, we are a dying breed, comrades that have been left behind, consigned to the scrap heap, the poor relation to our EME playing family, but we won't be forgotten!
    We are united in our love of the OME, whether it's by choice or forced upon those of us who's devices can not manage the newer abomination that is the EME. 
    Our numbers are dwindling but we refuse to be wiped from the FMM history books and we will continue to build a brighter future.
    This is our front line , our final stand. This is The OME thread. 
     
    I will start the ball rolling.
    -How is everyone finding things so far? The non believers are quick to trot out the line that 'the OME hasn't changed in years' but I for one can notice the difference with how the team and players act in 18 compared to 17. Forget regurgitating the same tactic you finished 17 with. 
     
    -Do you think the the new tactical changes impact the OME? I'm sceptical, just like when primary attacker was introduced, I didn't see it make any difference and I'm not convinced telling my little round men to cross the ball  early will impact things in this version.
     
    - Do you think the challenges (especially goal challenges) will be harder or easier this edition? Personally after a little tinker I'm a bit confused. I can get my striker scoring at a 1.5 goals a game for 6 months then bam it all grinds to a stop. I've convinced myself there is an inbuilt mechanism to force you to change things up.
    One thing is for sure, the OME is still where it's at for challenges, not only for speed of play but also in the challenge itself. Overloading the EME with attacking formations resulting in 150 league goals a season maybe fun at first but that's going to wear thin pretty quick especially as every Tom, Dick and Harry will be completing all the challenges with out too much effort. 
     
     
    For those who are about to OME, we salute you. 
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    FMM18: from A to Z - Transfers and finding the right players
    In the player roles and attributes you can find the necessary attributes per role. The description below covers my own preferences.
    Tip: For the primary attributes try and find players who are in the range of 15+ (greens) or that you think can grow to that level overtime with the right training. Secondary is 10 minimum.
    Defence
    I use 3 roles depending on who i can get and if my team is able to really dominate the opposition. The roles i will discuss are:
     
    Central defender Ball playing defender Wing Back These are the only roles i use with the occasional Full back
    Central defender
    The cornerstone of many tactics on Vibe are the Central defenders. They are dependable players who know their primary role is to defend but do try a nice pass every know and then. Focus should be on players that can defend like there is nothing in life besides that, and have a decent pass. Technique is also something you want to keep in check. Think de ligt, Hummels, Jones.
    Ball playing defender
    Now these are the lads i love. Great at defending but have a hell of a pass in their foot as well. Think Boateng or for the oldies Frank de Boer, Ronald Koeman.
    When you start playing with BPD's, switch your central defenders to this role one at a time. They have a tendency to go up pitch and you don't want to be exposed at the back. Think boateng, Ramos, Pique, Tah.
    Wingbacks
    As i like to play strikers with good aerial stats the wingback's are crucial in pumping in the crosses for me. In FMM 18 these lads can be a bit gung-ho so keep that in mind. Pace, crossing and offcourse tackling is what you are looking for.
    Think Hernandez, Dani Alves
    Tip: The new Full backs are very good as well, and to me replace the old Wing backs. A solid option if you want to have those crosses but are scared for leaking goals
    Midfield
    Wingers
    this is easy, you want them to be fast, good dribbeling, decent shooting, but most important, great crossing stats. What i also like to do is play the wingers in a position on the pitch so that their preffered foot is on the outside. 
    For example i would play Neymar on the right instead of on the left. 
    Why? because i want him to use his strongest leg to pump in those crosses and not make goals
    Advanced playmaker, DLP and B2B
    To be honest, for the Advanced playmaker, the DLP, and Box-to-BoX i pick the same players. I want playmakers that are strong and can tackle. Imho i think this makes your team more solid. I make exceptions for the apm in the apm role if he is amazing in attacking sens, but 9 out of 10 time i stick to the above.
    So who are we talking about then? 
    The kovacic, Kroos and Pogba's of the world are the lads i would use. 
    For APM's on the wing i would go for a Bernardo silva type player. 
    Finding the right striker
    There are several things i find important.
    Pace Strength Stamina Now these aren't an issue if you are looking at 22 year olds, but i like to play young Strikers and i want my striker to play as much games as possible at a young age. Therefore it you go young, try to get the above as near as grean as possible. 
    The second set i look at are
    Aerial Dribbling Shooting Technique For young striker they for me are Secondary. 
    One thing i can’t stress enough how important i think Aerial is. On the EME you will get loads of corners, and how i like to play (wingers) you need someone that can finish a cross. With great aerial and shooting stats you have a guy with two lethal weapons.
    Finding the next Messi?
    When looking for future players i use the same attributes as in explained in this guide, however i expand the search rate by lowering the stats. Reason for this is that you want to find young players with good base stats.
    From there i will look at the candidates, see how they have performed at their clubs, and if they look promising, i will scout them (get a good youth scout). 
    Based on the scout report i either sign them or move on. Be aware, not all scout reports are correct. You can scout the 16 year old regen of Messi and they might say he will never grow to a player you can use. So use your gut as well!
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    Football Manager Mobile 2018 wonderkids complete list with Potential Ability stars.
    Discover all FMM 2018 wonderkids and best FMM18 young talents.

    Welcome to the definitive list of FMM2018 wonderkids.
    Using my long-time experience from compiling the most exhaustive and informed player lists for Football Manager, I can assure you this doesn't get any more accurate and comprehensive.
    I could have published this article on day one, but I chose to take some time to ensure I've got every player with wonderkid potential on the list.
    So, what exactly are wonderkids?
    Wonderkids can be classified players with high potential ability (having at least a PA of 150) who are not older than 20 years old by July 1st, 2017, in-game.
    This list features the best young players in FMM18. Some of them will already be labelled as wonderkids, others should be pretty close to getting there, and others will struggle to live up to their potential before they turn 21 years old (late bloomers).
    Potential Ability Stars Explained
    You will find that PA stars on this list range from 3.5 to 5 stars. This is a personal assessment and not necessarily in sync with what in-game scouts will tell you.
    A player with 3.5 stars means his potential ability will be less than 160 on every save. With 4 stars, we're looking at a max PA of 170. Then 4.5 stars goes up to 180, while with 5 stars it could go all the way to the max limit of 200.
    FMM 2018 Goalkeeper Wonderkids
    PA Name Age Nat Club Position ‌‌‌‌‌ Gianluigi Donnarumma 18 Milan GK ‌‌‌‌‌ Alessandro Plizzari 17 Milan GK ‌‌‌‌‌ Christian Fruchtl 17 Bayern GK ‌‌‌‌‌ Alban Lafont 18 Toulouse GK ‌‌‌‌‌ Alex Meret 20 Udinese GK ‌‌‌‌ Mile Svilar 18 Benfica GK ‌‌‌‌ Diogo Costa 18 Porto GK ‌‌‌‌ Will Mannion 19 Hull GK ‌‌‌‌ Emil Audero 20 Juventus GK ‌‌‌‌ Youn Czekanowicz 17 Gent GK ‌‌‌‌ Gergely Hutvagner 17 Sampdoria GK ‌‌‌‌ Moha Ramos 17 R. Madrid GK ‌‌‌‌ Berke Ozer 17 Altinordu GK ‌‌‌‌ Lazar Carevic 18 Barcelona GK ‌‌‌‌ Inaki Pena 18 Barcelona GK ‌‌‌‌ Brian Jaen 19 Sevilla GK ‌‌‌‌ Loic Badiashile 19 Monaco GK ‌‌‌‌ Ionut Radu 20 Inter GK ‌‌‌‌ Santiago Mele 20 Osmanlispor GK ‌‌‌‌ Antonio Sivera 20 Alaves GK FMM18 Left Full-Back Wonderkids
    PA Name Age Nat Club Position ‌‌‌‌‌ Theo Hernandez 20 R. Madrid D/WB/AM L ‌‌‌‌ Ben Chilwell 20 Leicester D LC ‌‌‌‌ Goncalo Costa 17 Sporting D L ‌‌‌‌ Josh Tymon 18 Stoke D/WB/M L ‌‌‌‌ Alex Centelles 18 Valencia D/WB L ‌‌‌‌ Federico Dimarco 19 Sion D/WB L ‌‌‌‌ Toni Lato 19 Valencia D/WB L ‌‌‌‌ Marc Cucurella 19 Barcelona D/WB L ‌‌‌‌ Kieran Tierney 20 Celtic D/WB L ‌‌‌‌ Aaron 20 Espanyol D/WB L ‌‌‌‌ Faitout Maouassa 19 Rennes D/WB/AM L ‌‌‌‌ Philipp Ochs 20 Hoffenheim D/WB/AM L ‌‌‌‌ Jay Dasilva 19 Chelsea D L ‌‌‌‌ Rogerio 19 Juventus D/WB/M L ‌‌‌‌ Giuseppe Pezzella 19 Udinese D/WB/M L ‌‌‌‌ Gian-Luca Itter 18 Wolfsburg D/WB L ‌‌‌‌ Federico Giraudo 19 Torino D/WB L ‌‌‌‌ Rico Henry 20 Brentford D/WB L ‌‌‌‌ Adrian Marin 20 Villarreal D/WB L FMM18 Right Full-Back Wonderkids
    PA Name Age Nat Club Position ‌‌‌‌‌ Pol Lirola 20 Juventus D/WB/M R ‌‌‌‌‌ Benjamin Henrichs 20 Leverkusen D/WB RL M C ‌‌‌‌‌ Felix Passlack 19 Dortmund D/WB/AM R ‌‌‌‌ Alex Robles 18 Malaga D RC ‌‌‌‌ Alex Pinto 19 Benfica D R ‌‌‌‌ Achraf 18 R. Madrid D/WB/M R ‌‌‌‌ Mateu Morey 17 Barcelona D/WB R ‌‌‌‌ Diogo Dalot 18 Porto D/WB R ‌‌‌‌ Davide Calabria 20 Milan D/WB RL ‌‌‌‌ Trent Alexander-Arnold 19 Liverpool D/WB R DM M RC ‌‌‌‌ Claud Adjapong 19 Sassuolo D/WB/AM R ‌‌‌‌ David Carmona 20 Sevilla D/WB/AM R ‌‌‌‌ Hidde ter Avest 20 Twente D RC ‌‌‌‌ Yan Valery 18 Southampton D R ‌‌‌‌ Alec Georgen 19 PSG D R ‌‌‌‌ Giovanni Troupee 19 Utrecht D/WB R ‌‌‌‌ Pablo Maffeo 20 Man City D/WB R ‌‌‌‌ Borja San Emeterio 20 Sevilla D/WB R ‌‌‌‌ Robert Gumny 19 Lech D RL ‌‌‌‌ Kyle Walker-Peters 20 Tottenham D RL FMM 18 Centre-Back Wonderkids
    PA Name Age Nat Club Position ‌‌‌‌‌ Dayot Upamecano 19 Leipzig D C ‌‌‌‌‌ Jesus Vallejo 20 R. Madrid D C ‌‌‌‌‌ Matthijs de Ligt 18 Ajax D C DM ‌‌‌‌ Zinho Vanheusden 18 Inter D C ‌‌‌‌ Alessandro Bastoni 18 Inter D C ‌‌‌‌ Carlos Badal 18 Valencia D C ‌‌‌‌ Diogo Queiros 18 Porto D C ‌‌‌‌ Axel Tuanzebe 19 Man Utd D C ‌‌‌‌ Riccardo Marchizza 19 Sassuolo D C ‌‌‌‌ Jose Maria Amo 19 Sevilla D C ‌‌‌‌ Cesar Montes 20 Monterrey D C ‌‌‌‌ Ruben Dias 20 Benfica D C ‌‌‌‌ Nikola Milenkovic 20 Fiorentina D C ‌‌‌‌ Jorge Mere 20 Koln D C ‌‌‌‌ Reece Oxford 18 West Ham D C DM ‌‌‌‌ Thilo Kehrer 20 Schalke D C DM ‌‌‌‌ Malang Sarr 18 Nice D LC ‌‌‌‌ Dan-Axel Zagadou 18 Dortmund D LC ‌‌‌‌ Nico Elvedi 20 Gladbach D RC ‌‌‌‌ Panagiotis Retsos 19 Leverkusen D RLC ‌‌‌‌ Joe Gomez 20 Liverpool D RLC ‌‌‌‌ Tiago Matos 16 Porto D C ‌‌‌‌ Hugo Guillamon 17 Valencia D C ‌‌‌‌ Tiago Djalo 17 Sporting D C ‌‌‌‌ Pepe Castano 18 Villarreal D C ‌‌‌‌ David Subias 18 Zaragoza D C ‌‌‌‌ Albert Alavedra 18 Espanyol D C ‌‌‌‌ Diogo Leite 18 Porto D C ‌‌‌‌ Juan Foyth 19 Tottenham D C ‌‌‌‌ Cameron Carter-Vickers 19 Tottenham D C ‌‌‌‌ Ro-Shaun Williams 19 Man Utd D C ‌‌‌‌ Alberto Dossena 19 Atalanta D C ‌‌‌‌ Marco Varnier 19 Cittadella D C ‌‌‌‌ Pelayo Suarez 19 S. Gijon D C ‌‌‌‌ Manu Hernando 19 R. Madrid D C ‌‌‌‌ Kiki 20 Sporting D C ‌‌‌‌ Lyanco 20 Torino D C ‌‌‌‌ Tosin Adarabioyo 20 Man City D C ‌‌‌‌ Jorge 20 Tenerife D C ‌‌‌‌ Javi Jimenez 20 Valencia D C ‌‌‌‌ Issa Diop 20 Toulouse D C ‌‌‌‌ Felix Uduokhai 20 Wolfsburg D C ‌‌‌‌ Boubacar Kamara 17 Marseille D C DM ‌‌‌‌ Thomas Basila 18 Nantes D C DM ‌‌‌‌ Kristoffer Ajer 19 Celtic D C DM ‌‌‌‌ Joris Gnagnon 20 Rennes D C DM ‌‌‌‌ Kik Pierie 17 Heerenveen D LC ‌‌‌‌ Unai Nunez 20 A. Bilbao D RC ‌‌‌‌ Perr Schuurs 17 Fortuna D RC DM ‌‌‌‌ Jerry St. Juste 20 Feyenoord D RC DM ‌‌‌‌ Filippo Romagna 20 Cagliari SW D C DM FMM 2018 Wonderkid Defensive Midfielders
    PA Name Age Nat Club Position ‌‌‌‌‌ Franck Kessie 20 Atalanta DM ‌‌‌‌‌ Claudio Gomes 17 PSG DM ‌‌‌‌‌ Lewis Cook 20 Bournemouth DM ‌‌‌‌‌ Amadou Diawara 20 Napoli DM ‌‌‌‌‌ Ruben Neves 20 Wolves DM ‌‌‌‌‌ Wendel 20 Fluminense DM ‌‌‌‌‌ Wilfred Ndidi 20 Leicester D C DM ‌‌‌‌‌ Thiago Maia 20 Lille D/WB L DM ‌‌‌‌ Filippo Melegoni 18 Atalanta DM ‌‌‌‌ Mamadou Coulibaly 18 Udinese DM ‌‌‌‌ Manu Morlanes 18 Villarreal DM ‌‌‌‌ Martin Calderon 18 R. Madrid DM ‌‌‌‌ Daniel Braganca 18 Sporting DM ‌‌‌‌ Atakan Akkaynak 18 Leverkusen DM ‌‌‌‌ Douglas Luiz 19 Man City DM ‌‌‌‌ Manuel Locatelli 19 Milan DM ‌‌‌‌ Weston McKennie 19 Schalke DM ‌‌‌‌ Federico Valverde 19 R. Madrid DM ‌‌‌‌ Rui Pires 19 Porto DM ‌‌‌‌ Santiago Ascacibar 20 Stuttgart DM ‌‌‌‌ Konrad Laimer 20 Leipzig DM ‌‌‌‌ Pedro Rodrigues 20 Benfica DM ‌‌‌‌ Denis Zakaria 20 Gladbach DM ‌‌‌‌ Riechedly Bazoer 20 Wolfsburg DM ‌‌‌‌ Alessandro Murgia 20 Lazio DM ‌‌‌‌ Nicolas Raskin 16 Gent DM ‌‌‌‌ Gennaro Ruggiero 17 Palermo DM ‌‌‌‌ Abdou Diakhate 18 Fiorentina DM ‌‌‌‌ Elimane Franck Kanoute 18 Pescara DM ‌‌‌‌ Pol Lozano 18 Espanyol DM ‌‌‌‌ Duarte Valente 18 Estoril DM ‌‌‌‌ Sam Field 19 West Brom DM ‌‌‌‌ Ronaldo Vieira 19 Leeds DM ‌‌‌‌ Mark Hill 19 Celtic DM ‌‌‌‌ Pepelu 19 Levante DM ‌‌‌‌ Genaro 19 Sevilla DM ‌‌‌‌ Cristhian Paredes 19 America DM ‌‌‌‌ Christopher Nkunku 19 PSG DM ‌‌‌‌ Yangel Herrera 19 Man City DM ‌‌‌‌ Emanuel Cecchini 20 Malaga DM ‌‌‌‌ Santiago Caseres 20 Velez DM ‌‌‌‌ Lucas Tousart 20 Lyon DM ‌‌‌‌ Pape Cheikh 20 Lyon DM ‌‌‌‌ Marc Roca 20 Espanyol DM ‌‌‌‌ Volodymyr Shepelev 20 Dynamo Kyiv DM ‌‌‌‌ Tanguy Ndombele 20 Amiens DM ‌‌‌‌ Joao Gamboa 20 Maritimo DM ‌‌‌‌ Carel Eiting 19 Ajax D C DM ‌‌‌‌ Tyler Adams 18 New York D/WB RL DM FMM2018 Wonderkid Left Wingers
    PA Name Age Nat Club Position ‌‌‌‌‌ Vinicius Junior 17 Flamengo AM L ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Andrija Zivkovic 20 Benfica AM RL ‌‌‌‌‌ Rodrygo 16 Santos AM L ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Jadon Sancho 17 Dortmund AM LC ‌‌‌‌‌ Christian Pulisic 19 Dortmund AM RLC ‌‌‌‌‌ Richarlison 20 Watford AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Timothy Tillman 18 Bayern AM LC ‌‌‌‌ Jeff Reine-Adelaide 19 Arsenal AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Simone Lo Faso 19 Palermo AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Pedro Neto 17 Braga AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Dennis Bonaventure 19 Club Brugge AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Josip Brekalo 19 Wolfsburg AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Henry Onyekuru 20 Everton AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Reiss Nelson 17 Arsenal AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Nahuel Leiva 20 Villarreal AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Abdoulaye Traore 17 Perugia AM L ST ‌‌‌‌ Josh Sims 20 Southampton AM LC ‌‌‌‌ Sebastian Szymanski 18 Legia AM LC ‌‌‌‌ Ademola Lookman 20 Everton AM LC F C ‌‌‌‌ Ryan Sessegnon 17 Fulham D/AM L ‌‌‌‌ Sead Haksabanovic 18 West Ham AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Francesco Di Nolfo 19 Perugia AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Levi Garcia 19 AZ AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Sheyi Ojo 20 Liverpool AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Steven Bergwijn 20 PSV AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Gil Dias 20 Monaco AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Hassan Bande 18 Mechelen AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Ismaila Sarr 19 Rennes AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Rafael Leao 18 Sporting AM L ST ‌‌‌‌ Leandrinho 19 Napoli AM L ST ‌‌‌‌ Jacob Bruun Larsen 19 Dortmund AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Andre Green 19 Aston Villa AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Roberto Alvarado 19 Necaxa AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Maxwel Cornet 20 Lyon AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Luis Angel Forcen 17 Zaragoza AM L ‌‌‌‌ Moussa Diaby 18 PSG AM L FMM 18 Wonderkid Right Wingers
    PA Name Age Nat Club Position ‌‌‌‌‌ Ousmane Dembele 20 Barcelona AM RLC ‌‌‌‌‌ Gabriel Barbosa 20 Inter AM R ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Leon Bailey 20 Leverkusen AM RL ‌‌‌‌‌ Malcom 20 Bordeaux AM RL ‌‌‌‌‌ Federico Chiesa 20 Fiorentina AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Riccardo Orsolini 20 Juventus AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Goncalo Guedes 20 PSG AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Yacine Adli 17 PSG AM RC ‌‌‌‌ Justin Kluivert 18 Ajax AM RLC F C ‌‌‌‌ Emre Mor 20 Vigo AM RLC F C ‌‌‌‌ Calvin Stengs 18 AZ AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Alejandro Pozo 18 Sevilla AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Harry Wilson 20 Liverpool AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Adam Ounas 20 Napoli AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Oliver Burke 20 West Brom AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Javi Ontiveros 20 Malaga AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Cengiz Under 20 Roma AM RL ‌‌‌‌ David Neres 20 Ajax AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Amath N'Diaye 20 Getafe AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Oliver Batista Meier 16 Bayern AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Diogo Bras 17 Sporting AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Joao Filipe 18 Benfica AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Jordi Mboula 18 Monaco AM R ‌‌‌‌ Phakamani Mahlambi 20 Al-Ahly AM RC ‌‌‌‌ Caio Emerson 18 Granada AM R ST ‌‌‌‌ Yann Karamoh 19 Caen AM R ST ‌‌‌‌ Matias Zaracho 18 Racing Club AM RC ‌‌‌‌ Thibaud Verlinden 18 Stoke AM RC ‌‌‌‌ Dennon Lewis 20 Watford WB/AM R ‌‌‌‌ Jeremie Boga 20 Chelsea AM RLC F C ‌‌‌‌ Patrick Roberts 20 Man City AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Olexandr Zinchenko 20 Man City AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Fabrice Hartmann 16 Leipzig AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Carles Perez 19 Barcelona AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Jonathan Ikone 19 PSG AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Victor Tsygankov 19 Dynamo Kyiv AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Bilal Boutobba 19 Sevilla AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Allan Saint-Maximin 20 Nice AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Vaclav Cerny 20 Ajax AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Kalu 20 Gent AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Jonathan Leko 18 West Brom AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Che Nunnely 18 Ajax AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Elves Balde 18 Sporting AM RL ‌‌‌‌ Mitchell van Bergen 18 Vitesse AM R ‌‌‌‌ Erick 19 Braga AM R FMM18 Wonderkid Central Midfielders
    PA Name Age Nat Club Position ‌‌‌‌‌ Andre Horta 20 Benfica AM LC ‌‌‌‌‌ Rodrigo Bentancur 20 Juventus M RLC ‌‌‌‌‌ Carlos Soler 20 Valencia DM M RC ‌‌‌‌‌ Sander Berge 19 Genk DM AM C ‌‌‌‌‌ Youri Tielemans 20 Monaco DM AM C ‌‌‌‌‌ Renato Sanches 20 Bayern DM AM C ‌‌‌‌‌ Arthur 20 Gremio DM AM C ‌‌‌‌ Joao Carvalho 20 Benfica AM LC ‌‌‌‌ Timothy Fosu-Mensah 19 Man Utd D RC DM ‌‌‌‌ Samuel Bastien 20 Chievo DM M RLC ‌‌‌‌ Matt O'Riley 16 Fulham DM AM C ‌‌‌‌ Tom Davies 19 Everton DM AM C ‌‌‌‌ Andrija Balic 20 Udinese DM AM C ‌‌‌‌ Donny van de Beek 20 Ajax DM AM C ‌‌‌‌ Gedson Fernandes 18 Benfica D R AM RC ‌‌‌‌ Oscar Melendo 20 Espanyol AM RC ‌‌‌‌ Kenny Rocha Santos 17 Saint-Etienne M C ‌‌‌‌ Oihan Sancet 17 A. Bilbao M C ‌‌‌‌ Romario Baro 17 Porto M C ‌‌‌‌ Jake Doyle-Hayes 18 Aston Villa M C ‌‌‌‌ Miguel Luis 18 Sporting M C ‌‌‌‌ Niccolo Zanellato 19 Milan M C ‌‌‌‌ Julio 19 R. Betis M C ‌‌‌‌ Frenkie de Jong 20 Ajax DM AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Ludovic Blas 19 Guingamp DM AM RC ‌‌‌‌ Nikolas Nartey 17 Koln DM AM C ‌‌‌‌ Arne Maier 18 Hertha DM AM C ‌‌‌‌ Antonio Otegui 19 At. Pamplona DM AM C ‌‌‌‌ Salih Ozcan 19 Koln DM AM C ‌‌‌‌ Vasilije Janjicic 19 Hamburg DM AM C ‌‌‌‌ Jeando Fuchs 20 Sochaux D R DM ‌‌‌‌ Rekeem Harper 17 West Brom AM RLC FMM18 Wonderkid Central Attacking Mids
    PA Name Age Nat Club Position ‌‌‌‌‌ Kai Havertz 18 Leverkusen AM RC ‌‌‌‌‌ Afonso Sousa 17 Porto AM C ‌‌‌‌‌ Dani Ceballos 20 R. Madrid AM C ‌‌‌‌‌ Felice D'Amico 17 Palermo AM RLC F C ‌‌‌‌‌ Joao Felix 17 Benfica AM RLC ‌‌‌‌‌ Kasey Palmer 20 Chelsea AM RLC ‌‌‌‌‌ Nadiem Amiri 20 Hoffenheim AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Amine Harit 20 Schalke AM LC ‌‌‌‌ Matias Vargas 20 Velez AM LC ‌‌‌‌ Elias Abouchabaka 17 Leipzig AM LC ‌‌‌‌ Diogo Jota 20 At. Madrid AM LC F C ‌‌‌‌ Callum Gribbin 18 Man Utd AM RC ‌‌‌‌ Martin Odegaard 18 R. Madrid AM RC ‌‌‌‌ Ianis Hagi 19 Fiorentina AM RC ‌‌‌‌ Gaspar Campos-Anso 17 S. Gijon AM C ‌‌‌‌ Bernardo Sousa 17 Sporting AM C ‌‌‌‌ Mickael Cuisance 18 Gladbach AM C ‌‌‌‌ Carles Alena 19 Barcelona AM C ‌‌‌‌ Oscar 19 R. Madrid AM C ‌‌‌‌ Nicolo Barella 20 Cagliari AM C ‌‌‌‌ Charly Musonda 20 Chelsea DM AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Angel Gomes 17 Man Utd AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Ezequiel Barco 18 Independiente AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Adrien Bongiovanni 18 Monaco AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Marcus Edwards 18 Tottenham AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Ramadan Sobhi 20 Stoke AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Abdelhak Nouri 20 Ajax AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Mikel Oyarzabal 20 R. Sociedad AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Vitinho 19 Palmeiras AM LC ‌‌‌‌ Nicolas Delgadillo 20 Velez AM LC ‌‌‌‌ Giorgi Chakvetadze 18 Gent AM LC ‌‌‌‌ Berkay Ozcan 19 Stuttgart AM LC F C ‌‌‌‌ Yari Verschaeren 16 Anderlecht AM C ‌‌‌‌ Yann Gboho 16 Rennes AM C ‌‌‌‌ Kangin Lee 16 Valencia AM C ‌‌‌‌ Nicolo De Angelis 17 Roma AM C ‌‌‌‌ Vincent Thill 17 Metz AM C ‌‌‌‌ Andre Almeida 17 Vit. Guimaraes AM C ‌‌‌‌ Erik Majetschak 17 Leipzig AM C ‌‌‌‌ Augusto Galvan 18 R. Madrid AM C ‌‌‌‌ Callum Slattery 18 Southampton AM C ‌‌‌‌ Andre Dozzell 18 Ipswich AM C ‌‌‌‌ Ferdi Kadioglu 18 N.E.C. AM C ‌‌‌‌ Alberto Soro 18 Zaragoza AM C ‌‌‌‌ Filipe Soares 18 Benfica AM C ‌‌‌‌ Guus Til 19 AZ AM C ‌‌‌‌ Jorge Carrascal 19 Sevilla AM C ‌‌‌‌ Maxime Lopez 19 Marseille AM C ‌‌‌‌ Nicolas Janvier 19 Rennes AM C ‌‌‌‌ Ante Coric 20 Dinamo AM C ‌‌‌‌ David Brooks 20 Sheff Utd AM C ‌‌‌‌ Joshua Onomah 20 Tottenham AM C ‌‌‌‌ Strahinja Karisic 20 Granada AM C ‌‌‌‌ Nicolo Buso 17 Cesena AM/F C ‌‌‌‌ Houssem Aouar 19 Lyon AM/F C ‌‌‌‌ Victor Jensen 17 Ajax AM RLC F C ‌‌‌‌ Edon Zhegrova 18 Genk AM RLC F C ‌‌‌‌ Domingos Quina 17 West Ham AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Joe Rankin-Costello 18 Blackburn AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Nuno Santos 18 Benfica AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Xadas 19 Braga AM RLC ‌‌‌‌ Nikola Vlasic 20 Everton AM RLC FMM 2018 Wonderkid Strikers
    PA Name Age Nat Club Position ‌‌‌‌‌ Pietro Pellegri 16 Genoa ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Kylian Mbappe 18 Monaco AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Gabriel Jesus 20 Man City AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Moise Kean 17 Juventus AM L ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Andrea Pinamonti 18 Inter ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Alexander Isak 18 Dortmund ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Patrick Cutrone 19 Milan ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Rui Pedro 19 Porto ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Willem Geubbels 16 Lyon AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Kasper Dolberg 20 Ajax AM L ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Marcus Rashford 20 Man Utd AM L ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Kuki 19 Malaga AM RC F C ‌‌‌‌‌ Jean-Kevin Augustin 20 Leipzig AM R ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Breel Embolo 20 Schalke AM R ST ‌‌‌‌‌ Amine Gouiri 17 Lyon AM L ST ‌‌‌‌ Fiete Arp 17 Hamburg ST ‌‌‌‌ Maximiliano Romero 18 Velez ST ‌‌‌‌ Marco Tumminello 18 Roma ST ‌‌‌‌ Kwang-Song Han 19 Cagliari ST ‌‌‌‌ Luka Jovic 19 Benfica ST ‌‌‌‌ Johannes Eggestein 19 Bremen ST ‌‌‌‌ Lautaro Martinez 20 Racing Club ST ‌‌‌‌ Nany Dimata 20 Wolfsburg ST ‌‌‌‌ Borja Mayoral 20 R. Madrid ST ‌‌‌‌ Moussa Dembele 20 Celtic ST ‌‌‌‌ Sergio Diaz 19 R. Madrid AM/F C ‌‌‌‌ Myziane Maolida 18 Lyon AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Adalberto Penaranda 20 Watford AM L ST ‌‌‌‌ Youssef En Nesyri 20 Malaga AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Ben Woodburn 18 Liverpool AM LC F C ‌‌‌‌ Facundo Colidio 17 Inter ST ‌‌‌‌ Dusan Vlahovic 17 Partizan ST ‌‌‌‌ Abel Ruiz 17 Barcelona ST ‌‌‌‌ Victor Osimhen 18 Wolfsburg ST ‌‌‌‌ Ze Gomes 18 Benfica ST ‌‌‌‌ Nicolas Schiappacasse 18 At. Madrid ST ‌‌‌‌ Keinan Davis 19 Aston Villa ST ‌‌‌‌ Kaj Sierhuis 19 Ajax ST ‌‌‌‌ Pedro Marques 19 Sporting ST ‌‌‌‌ Ezequiel Ponce 20 Roma ST ‌‌‌‌ Dominic Solanke 20 Liverpool ST ‌‌‌‌ Asier Villalibre 20 A. Bilbao ST ‌‌‌‌ Enes Unal 20 Villarreal ST ‌‌‌‌ Kelechi Iheanacho 20 Leicester ST ‌‌‌‌ Juan Hernandez 18 Watford AM/F C ‌‌‌‌ Chuma 20   AM/F C ‌‌‌‌ Anaxis Dinsifwa 16 Standard AM RLC F C ‌‌‌‌ Julien Ngoy 20 Stoke AM RLC F C ‌‌‌‌ Beto da Silva 20 Gremio AM RLC F C ‌‌‌‌ Dominic Calvert-Lewin 20 Everton AM RLC F C ‌‌‌‌ Marlos Moreno 20 Man City AM RLC F C ‌‌‌‌ Rayhaan Tulloch 16 West Brom AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Thomas Buitink 17 Vitesse AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Emmanuel Latte 18 Atalanta AM RL ST ‌‌‌‌ Matheus 20 Watford AM L ST ‌‌‌‌ Richairo Zivkovic 20 Oostende AM L ST ‌‌‌‌ Joel 19 Levante AM R ST ‌‌‌‌ Tammy Abraham 20 Chelsea AM R ST ‌‌‌‌ Christian Capone 18 Atalanta AM LC F C ‌‌‌‌ Lincoln 18 Gremio AM LC ‌‌‌‌ Adil Taoui 16 Toulouse AM L ST Frequently Asked Questions
    I can't find all players of this list on my savegame. Why?
    I loaded all players in-game to produce this list of FMM18 wonderkids. Your savegame probably has less players loaded.
    Where is the downloadable shortlist to import in-game?
    I won't be sharing a downloadable shortlist of the entire list above. However, I intend to release some shortlists with my favorite players in due time.
    Where is the list of FM 2018 Wonderkids?
    You can find my list of Football Manager 2018 Wonderkids on FM Scout.
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    PriZe got a reaction from UKFootballScore in UKFS's FMM2018 Ultimate Team Sign Up   
    Spain!
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    PriZe reacted to UKFootballScore in UKFS's FMM2018 Ultimate Team Sign Up   
    Right then lads 
    I've had a think and I will use MLS to host the game as its unusual and new and if anyone just misses out I'm sorry but it will be a first come first served thing then I'll have a reserve list too for the extras if people are inactive
    So what I need next from people is for you to choose a Nations for your starter team to be based on, you'll get a team of 11 based in a basic 4-4-2 to begin with 
    It will probably take me a while to get the game started tbh as I've got to edit all the teams and release all the players one by one so you may have to bare with me lol
    So fire away with your nations you want the teams to be based on and you'll get an 11 of bang average players for you to start with
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    PriZe reacted to BatiGoal in FMM18 General Discussion   
    Agree with @PriZe. I'd say any tactic with 2 defenders or less shouldn't be able to work as well as one with 5 players in the most forward position. Or crazy sh+t like 3 or more flank players on either side. Anything inbetween's got a realistic chance of success.
    Obviously a single game where one throws a Hail Mary attempt onto the flabbergasted spectators to save one's skin is one thing, but to go entire seasons unpunished with such exploitable set-ups is indeed ridiculous imo. We could really do with much better AI opposition. 
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    PriZe reacted to samhardy in FMM18 General Discussion   
    It'd be easier to list the ones that aren't
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