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  1. Guys to change your clubs over, you must go on game Go to settings/choose user interface/scroll down and press "Reload Skin" and everything should be fine now
  2. I have also used this tactic but instead of the DF role (not present in FMM 2021) I used a PF role for my strikers. I did this with Leicester, came 3rd in my first season but then won the Premier League in my second. Kelechi Iheanacho is a god upfront scoring 20+ goals with Jamie Vardy and Josef Martinez. Really affective formation. Will try this formation with my Sheffield United team soon
  3. really impossible mate to be honest with you, you would have to start a new team or save
  4. I would really like to see the following 1. More Leagues: Especially Chinese, American and Brazillian leagues 2. Buy Back Clauses: Allow the club to buy back the player they sold for a decent amount if they wanted too. 3. Release Clauses: Also a new feature in FIFA this season, I would love to see it in the FMM 2018. Buy one player for £1m sell him for £2m
  5. guys you can use the save editor on your PC as well if you want too, it works and you can take over any country you see fit, including teams like Germany and Japan
  6. If you look at the post I put on here, it is like a cure to this sort of problem, look at what players are transfer listed (within your transfer budget), enquire about the player then send a loan offer with the buyout clause that you enquired about, it works for getting out of the smaller leagues like Championship and League 1.
  7. I also found out that it can work with the big clubs in the premier league, but when you enquire about the player and make a loan offer, make sure that your buyout clause is atleast £5m to £10m higher than the enquired amount then you will be able to get them in to your team on loan but still the buyout loan option is still optional meaning you dont have to buy the player if you dont want to.
  8. when did the pre game editor come out, I have it now but thanks @jaymarvels its absolutely brilliant.
  9. another thing i forgot to mention is if the club has a player transfer listed but you send a loan offer and gets rejected, resubmit a loan offer for the same player with buyout. @Nick11 I was on about it in a way but some players that were transfer listed never needed a buyout clause.
  10. Hi Guys first of all thanks for reading my post but I think no one in the community of football manager mobile ever knew about this trick that you can do when trying to get a bargain on a player just by loaning them in and buying them after. The buying option after loan deal is optional by the way. For evidence of this working, I have just done a video on it on YouTube (pending approval of video link) You can do this any club you want to do it with but if you are doing this in your first season then I would advise that you wait until the January Transfer Window and if you already have players on loan and havent used them, terminate their loan deals and bring in some new players. I dont have any photo's to show you this but it does work. To do this you will need to do the following 1. Set your search options to 'Transfer Listed' 2. Select the player(s) you want to sign 3. Enquire about that player (only if you want to buy him permanently after loan deal) 4. Make a loan offer plus buyout (optional) 5. Accept the loan offer if a loan contract has been accepted by parent club 6. BOOM the player is yours for the season. This is also optional but if you are wanting to get players that are transfer listed within your transfer budget after a loan deal, I would advise that you enquire about the transfer listed player first, then make a loan offer plus a buyout option of the amount that you have enquired for. If you are using lower class premier league clubs like Hull, Bournemouth and Sunderland, then I would advise aiming to get players that are transfer listed on loan from middle class premier league clubs. If you are using high championship teams like Sheffield Wednesday and Huddersfield, then try and get players from either low class premier league clubs or even higher class championship teams. When using middle and lower championship teams try and get players that are in the same area (middle and lower). High League 1 teams such as Bolton and Sheffield United. Aim for lower or middle championship teams and if possible premier league players that are transfer listed. High league 2 teams. Aim for lower or middle league 1 teams (some high league 1 teams should accept deals aswell). If you are using National League teams don't aim to get championship or premier league players, but aim for lower league 1 players and league 2 players. If you have any problems doing this, comment down below and I will be in touch as soon as possible.
  11. I use LG G2 mate with lollipop and I would say that AZ Screen Recorder is probably the best cause it lets you pause when you don't want to include something and is easier to use
  12. sorry to ask my self but is the pre-game editor coming out any time soon
  13. To be honest Sheffield United will be a decent team to start of with, they are on a good run at the minute plus they have just beaten Leyton Orient 6-0 in the FA Cup 1st round at the Lane this afternoon, I reckon that Sheffield United, Bolton, Burton and Wigan would be good teams to manage
  14. I will be starting with my favourite club Sheffield United and trying my best to get them out of league 1 and back to the premier league. Star players for me will be Billy Sharp, Ethan Ebanks-Landall (On loan from Wolves), and Matty Done
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