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  1. Hello please am strugling with tactics on my 6.3.1 save and its quite frustrating. Could someone please help me out with a tactic
  2. Hi people i need help My phone needed a factory reset so i copied the fmh data to my pc , factory reset my phone and i put the data back in the folder where it belongs . my problem now is whenever i run fmh and go to the match, fhm crashes every time , does someone nows how to fix this ? im quitte far 4th season and i dont want to start all over again :-( im using an android device
  3. can anyone show me how to move my navigation menu to the left? i'm a new user of FMH 2015. thanks
  4. Rules: 1. Start Unemployed and have to accept first offer you get, unless it's a national team 2 Play as that team until you either get sacked or another club makes an offer for you 3 You must accept the first job offer you get and cannot reject it 4 You cannot resign from jobs 5 See how much you can win!!
  5. Hello, I need football manager handheld 2015 save file. Please check attached image for details. Ineed this because of my phone not giving me real names on my tab, but on my smartphone does. Also, my smartphone only loads one league. But my tab has four. So I want to enjoy this game on my tab.
  6. Since I can't buy fmm 2016 ,cause I have a card and they dont let me for some reason,is there any update for android with new transfers for season 2015/16 and also logos for teams? I have downloaded some update form here and it says it's the new transfers but when I copy file,Drogba is in Chelsea and I guess it's the 2013 or 2014 season any help?
  7. Hi everyone, Today I will present you the best formation for lower teams. This is the exact tactic from @mrlimbo FMH 14. Find HERE. (All credit goes to him) I also implemented the Intensive Training 2015 by: Dec I have set motivational on light for all 4 positions. Recently I started playing as F.C. Hansa Rostock (German Third Division) and here are the results for the First half of Season 1: League Table: Tactics Player Roles: Club Fixtures: Players Goals Statistics: Players Assists Statistics:
  8. Hello I enjoy the FMH games but feel that, in the most recent (FMH2015), injuries are not common or severe enough. I can often go through an entire season without any player getting an injury longer than ten days. Also Sturridge hasn't been injured at all yet which is very unrealistic... Anyway to change this?
  9. I am managing Cadiz which at first was in Spanish 2nd division. The is now promoted to La Liga & participating In UCL. I always bought young high potential players from other continents. At first i'd directly put them in my first team. But now i have an established team & it's difficult for them to break into the squad. I want to give to give them playing time but don't want to send them on loan. But unfortunately my reserve team still is in 3rd division which is not an actual league in fmh. Now I'm worried whether it'll be okay for their development to stay there cause their 'history' says they're not playing any matches. Will my reserve team ever get promoted(It's 2020, my reserve team should be good enough to get promoted) or do i have to stop IT & send them on loan?
  10. voute for the club should i be
  11. How do I upload tactic from football manager?
  12. Reviving Fallen Giants #2- Torino FC Today,let's take a look at a fallen giant from Italy... Club History Every state in Italy supports national giants Juventus,except for two,which is the city of Florence,where people would usually support Fiorentina and the city of Turin,the actual state of Juventus itself! It's a very surprising fact as the majority of people in Turin would rather support the less successful Torino than Juventus.They play in the Stadio Olimpico di Torino,where they used to share with Juventus. During the past,they've won 7 Serie A titles,finished runners-up 7 times,won 5 of the 13 Coppa Italia finals they've competed in and also reached the European finals 3 times.But after the mid 90's,they declined tremendously and either feature frequently in the Serie B or hanging for dear life in the Serie A. The Team Goalkeeper Daniele Padelli A very good goalkeeper who is strong in the air,quick and agile,and also has quick reflexes. Defenders Emiliano Moretti Strong,influential and cooperative,that's how you can describe this veteran. Bruno Peres A decent wing back with pretty average attributes but still have room for improvement. Nikola Maksimovic This Serb international is a skillful defender who can add steel to the defense. Kamil Glik He's known as the best defender in the current Polish squad with his incredible pace and movement. Midfielder Giuseppe Vives A very experienced member of the squad as he can easily spot teammate's runs with his precise passing. Alessandro Gazzi Another midfielder with a lot of experience in him.Like Vives,he can deliver good passes but what he does best is winning the ball back from the opposition. Marco Benassi Considering his young age,he is already very good but he should keep working hard to brighten his future though. Daniele Baselli Another young talent,he is extremely skillful and can be very lethal if he has the ball on his feet inside the box. Strikers Fabio Quagliarella This sharp-shooting striker might not be at his peak anymore,but he sure can still score a lot of goals. Maxi Lopez A very aggresive poacher,who is tough and shoots whenever he has the ball. Strengths Creating Long Shot OpportunitiesAttacking Down The WingsProtecting A LeadFinishing Scoring ChancesStealing The Ball From OppositionWeaknesses Often End Up In Offside PositionsBad At Defending Attacks Down The WingFouling In Dangerous AreasWho should they bring in? Onur Kivrak This might be a bit surprising but this goalie looks an ideal signing for the club as he is a very amazing goalkeeper physically and mentally. Sercan Serarer Another Turkish player?(Yes,let's say I'm a bit enthusiastic with Turkish players ?)This winger is pacy and can dribble past defenders without breaking a stride.However,Stuttgart might demand insane fees for him or otherwise.But no doubt in my mind,if he eventually arrives at Torino,everything is going to be different.Maybe. Giandomenico Mesto Adding some experience to the backline can help the players play much better and showing much stronger defensive performances. Of course,the ghosts of the Superga air disaster certainly haunted the club for the past few decades,but by no means the club can't retain their former success,they just need to work hard and have dedication.Sooner or later,success might just come knocking at the door. Thanks for viewing this episode of Reviving Fallen Giants,stay tuned for the next one. Halamadrid ® Next Episode Hertha Berlin
  13. I always use 4-2-3-1 in every team I play attacking direct committed pressing and committed do player roles really make a difference ie if Ronaldo is an inside forward and I play him as a winger would it make a difference
  14. Hey guys ive decided to start a Wolfsburg career with no targets no ties just your bang average career! I will update monthly per game with a fair bit of detail involved… Summer Transfer Window Right then Summer signings I'm happy with as we got what we needed which was a DR, Advanced Playmaker, and Midfield Enforcer Nyom is a beast at DR with great stats and a very solid replacement to go straight into the first team! Mati Fernandez will be the Advanced Playmaker the team miss after De Bruyne has gone to Manchester City Diallo was signed after I realised the lack of beef in midfield and he should be a decent player. Reece Oxford will be arriving next summer as hes just not ready anyway so thought I'd 'loan' him back to West Ham for a season. Vaclav Pilar was.involved in the deal to get Fernandez to the club. So the next update will involve the Friendly Matches we played and a preview into the August league games.
  15. Who would be the best signings for Arsenal in my first season? What positions do I want to be looking for?
  16. Hello I'm looking for a tactic that works well with arsenal on the original engine with full team instructions etc. -Thanks-
  17. which team instructions work best for both a 4-2-3-1 and 4-1-1-3-1 in the lower leagues also does this change for premier league clubs
  18. I've been testing a new 4-1-1-3-1 formation and I was wondering if passing and tackling instructions would be different on a 4-2-3-1 I play attacking mixed committed pressing and counter attack but on my new 4-1-1-3-1 I use attacking direct committed pressing counter attack I achieved back to back promotions with Portsmouth with this new formation
  19. Newcastle United Signing Analysis Hi everyone,it's been a while since I'd written any content,but today I(halamadrid) will be presenting you an analysis of Newcastle United's signings this summer.During recent times,Newcastle were known for their low ambitions and attitude of signing players,let's take Charlie Austin for an example,Newcastle made a 12m bid for him,but QPR negotiated for a 15m bid,and just like that Newcastle gave up on him,this lack of persistency on recruiting new and talented players had cost them a lot these past few seasons,and they even had a close shave with relegation last season.But after Steve McClaren's appointment,things had sort of changed.They started to gain confidence from their fans by making star signings(which they should've done ages ago),considering they were the 19th richest club in the world,how hard could that be?Now,without further ado,let me present you the signings. Georginio Wijnaldum - PSV Eindhoven - $14,500,000 Aleksandar Mitrovic - Anderlecht - $ 14,500,000 Florian Thauvin - Marseille - $ 12,000,000 Chancel Mbemba - Anderlecht - $ 8,000,000 Ivan Toney - Northampton Town - Undisclosed Fee These 5 signings will be reviewed by their performances and ability and will be given a Player Rating and Club Rating(how much he will help the club)score between the scale of 0-10. Georginio Wijnaldum During the World Cup,this Dutchman produced an eye-catching display and also helped his national side to achieve 3rd Place,he himself also scored a goal against Brazil during the 3rd Place Playoffs.Before his move to Tyneside,he was one of the main players of PSV and has established himself in the starting eleven as he scores goals and develops assists from his attacking role in midfield in Eredivisie, KNVB Beker and Europa League. In his first game as a Magpie,he finished Gabriel Obertan's cross with a perfectly placed header against Southampton.In the next few games,Wijnaldum continued to shine and proved why he was the third most expensive signing for Newcastle. Player Rating: 8.5/10 Club Rating: 9/10 Aleksandar Mitrovic At the age of 20,the Serb had already been tipped as a future star,due to his strong performances for Anderlecht(44 goals in 90 games),he had been linked with Newcastle for a long time and now he's here,a lot of fans would love him for sure.Although he's a strong target man,he is known for his tough-tackling and not his sharp-shooting.In fact,he got a caution 22 seconds into his debut after replacing Cisse.If he hopes to become a top striker who can bag in lots of goals(which means he'll need to play more games as possible),he must stop his aggressive approach to the game. Player Rating: 8/10 Club Rating: 7.5/10 Florian Thauvin This Frenchman was exactly what Newcastle needed,an influential playmaker who can create a lethal pass completely out of nothing and help change the tide.Of course,prying him away from France wasn't easy,so they had to throw Remy Cabella into the equation to seal the signature of him.When he first arrived at the club,it wasn't really hard for him to settle,as there were many Frenchmen at the club.He produced a wonderful display during the 4-1 win over Northampton in the Capital One Cup after scoring one and creating three goals.So it seems that Thauvin can follow the footsteps of Yohan Cabaye or maybe even more better than him if he can continue his run of form. Player Rating : 8/10 Club Rating:9/10 Chancel Mbemba Signed from Anderlecht,this Congolese left-back has fast becoming the fan's favourite player as he has good technique and quick feet,his strength wouldn't fail him either.He is the type of player that can raise the morale of his teammates and help others to feel confident during matches.He can also be a predecessor to Coloccini as captain considering his young age of 21. Player Rating: 7.5/10 Club Rating: 9.5/10 Ivan Toney All the four signings were good ones,except for this one.A player rarely known by a few comes into the fray of a well-known club,just seems too good to be true.Despite his young age,he seems unlikely to succeed at the club.I know,Steve might think he's an investment for the future,but his ability says it all,he'll just turn out to be another useless player.A really poor piece of business,that's what I reckon. Player Rating: 3/10 Club Rating: 2/10 That's the end of this post,stay tuned for more of these by me(halamadrid) Do note that this is just based on my own perspectives and opinions,please do not take these into consideration or reflection of the player's real-life ability. Thanks for reading,comments and feedback are appreciated. Till then,bye. Halamadrid ®
  20. hi mate meet again with my question .. I now have given up by training ac milan. Now I train real madrid again. and you know, after Modric and Toni Kroos, there is another new player of Inter which kovavic. if I want to use a 4-2-3-1 tactic is there that you can give to me for the player roles and team instruction? My confusion with players who should I put in the middle. because if I play, I used to use APM, DLM, and BBM. and for the rotation of Casemiro I bought my usual Nuri Sahin apply as DLM. just my question, thank you.
  21. Welcome to my attempt at Pride of a Nation. The aim of this is to create a squad with all players coming from the same country. In this challenge I have chosen Celtic as my team and can only use Scottish players. With only Scottish players the following trophies must be won. Scottish League Scottish FA Cup Scottish League Cup UEFA Cup Champions League World Club Cup A fairly tuff challenge with an all Scot squad I hope you all agree. Now things didn't get off to the best of starts when I accidentally used the old database which meant these young Scottish talents were not at the club. However when sifting through my squad for Celtic talent I came across this lad I have used Celtic before but never remembered seeing him in the first team. He must of been added in the latest patch. At 16 with those starting stats alarm bells started ringing! Those of you that know me will know I love a good 1k challenge!!! That can wait though, this challenge is about the squad and not just 1 lad. First port of call is to sell or demote ALL non Scottish players Not a bad total but I literally gave some of those players away. As the window came to an end I got a bit desperate. Now the fun bit, buying new players!! It was a slow process and I had a couple of key targets in mind. Defence was an important area to strengthen but the team needed depth all around. As a result I played the first couple of competitive matches with limited numbers and couldn't fill the bench. Ohhh nice hat trick for the 16 year old. Eventually I did manage to build a squad that at a push should make it through the season. Here is my incomings and final squad. I was really excited to get the Rhodes deal over the line as he was my main reason for starting this. [I hope you guys will follow this quest for FREEDOM!! Sorry I mean trophies....]
  22. The Bright Future of Mexican Football Hey everybody welcome to another post by me. This time I bring you a post where I will analize the footbalistic future of my country, Mexico. I will be showing you a series of young players that might become the next Hugo Sanchez, Rafael Marquez or Luis Garcia. The players that you’ll see are all young and will definitely be in the squad that goes to 2018 World Cup if they continue their awesome development. Hopefully you will find this interesting and maybe even play in a future with one of these players. Enjoy! Footbalistic future of my country, Mexico. I will be showing you a series of young players that might become the next Hugo Sanchez, Rafael Marquez or Luis Garcia. The players that you’ll see are all young and will definitely be in the squad that goes to 2018 World Cup if they continue their awesome development. Hopefully you will find this interesting and maybe even play in a future with one of these players. Enjoy! Raul Gudino The 19 year old goalkeeper is the most promising goalkeeper for Mexico. He actually plays in Portuguese side FC Porto B (he has been bought after being on loan from Chivas) and for the U-22 Mexican National Team. He is the second Mexican goalkeeper to ever play in a European team. He costed Porto 4,000,000 euros. Last season, Gudino played with Porto B and is looking to get promoted this season and learn from Iker Casillas. His reflexes, aerial, and agility abilities, added to his cheap price make him the perfect young goalkeeper for lower sides. Diego Reyes Another FCP B player. The 22 year old Mexican center back seems like a good talent and the natural replacement of former Barcelona player Rafael Marquez. He started his football career at Club America and then moved to Europe. He played his first season in the first team but was then sent to the B team by Lopetegui. He has already been capped for Mexico. He now plays in Real Sociedad on loan and looking forward to making an impact and going back to FCP. In FMH, he is the perfect defender for mid table teams. His cheap price and good tackling, positioning and aerial ability make him a great prospect. Jonathan Dos Santos Barcelona’s academy graduate, Jonathan Dos Santos is a central midfielder with a lot of potential. This is his second season in Villarreal after leaving Barcelona in 2013-14. He is a very good midfielder with an incredible technique. He is very recommended for mid table sides or even Europa League teams. With 18 passing, 15 technique, decisions, teamwork, stamina and 14 in aggression, creativity and tackling he is a very recommended player that will certainly develop into a key player. Hector Herrera Maybe the best Mexican player after Andres Guardado at the moment. Hector Herrera is a midfield mastermind. He commands the midfield of FCP and is a key player. He emerged form Mexican side Pachuca and this is his 3rd season in Porto. Last season he surprised everyone with his level and was even praised by Pep Guardiola. He is a incredible player in game and in real life. In FMH he has all his stats over 10 and a huge future ahead of him. With some playtime in a big team he can certainly become a worldwide star for you. Highly recommended. Hirving Lozano Maybe the best Mexican wonderkid. Hirving Lozano is one of those players that if you don’t get in your first season you’ll have to pay ridiculous amounts of money for. He is an incredible winger at the age of 19 and has a bright future ahead of him. He plays for Pachuca but is already in the eyes of big European teams. He has very good stats in FMH that become even better like crossing, dribbling, shooting, creativity, decisions, movement and pace. You can get him for only 4M pounds. Jesus Corona Jesus “El tecatito” Corona. This winger is in Europe thanks to his bravery. He has a great U-23 world cup and was linked with many big teams, but his team Monterrey didn’t grant him the opportunity to move. So he packed his things and went to Europe to test with different teams. In the end he stayed at Twente. He played a lot of games with them last season and made move to FCP. After a dream debut with two goals and some good performances he is now linked with Manchester City. His Dribbling, passing, technique, movement and pace will make him a headache for opposition defenders. Carlos Fierro Maybe many of you already know Carlos Fierro because of Ashez Career. He is a 20 year old Mexican striker that plays for Chivas. He is famous in Mexico for having won the U-17 World Cup in 2011, he was also the third best player of the tournament. He is a very good player with the potential to become a worldclass striker. His stats in FMH like shooting, movement, technique, decisions and pace and his cheap price make him a great player for your team. Diego Gama Another Mexican wonderkid, Diego Gama plays for Atletico Madrid B on loan from Toluca. He is a very good poacher for lower league sides and turns into a beast when he grows up. He is a very cheap player and his stats are also good. He has good dribbling, shooting, movement and decisions. Giovani Dos Santos Jonathan’s brother Giovani is also a Barcelona’s academy graduate. At first he was tagged as the “next Ronaldinho” for his Brazilian-esque playing style. He did follow Ronaldinho’s steps in a way and became a player that liked to drink and party. He was sold to Tottenham and loaned to teams like Galatasaray and Racing. He then was bought by Mallorca and had an incredible season which saw him move to Villarreal. He is still a very good player but unfortunately he has decided to move out of Europe to MLS side LA Galaxy. He is a very good player in FMH too with some amazing stats like 18 crossing and dribbling, 17 movement and technique, 16 passing and creativity and 15 shooting and pace. He is not that cheap but he should be a key player in any team you put him. Maybe you can revive his initial hype? Carlos Vela Carlos Vela was named best player of the tournament and led Mexico to the title in U-17 World Cup of 2005 and was instantly bought by Arsenal from Guadalajara. He was loaned out to many Spanish teams and then came back to play a season at Arsenal. He was then loaned to Real Sociedad and later bought by them. He neglected playing for Mexico between 2011 and 2014, but he has finally changed his mind and plays for the National side. He is a great player in FMH, unfortunately he is very expensive and only affordable by few clubs. He has some good stats like 20 dribbling, 19 movement and technique, 18 passing and shooting , and more. Highly recommended if you can afford him. Raul Jimenez Another player with a bright future for Mexico, Raul Jimenez started his career in Club America and jumped to fame after a bicycle kick goal in the last minutes of the WC Qualifier against Panama that if it wasn’t for that goal we would have not qualified for Brazil 2014. He was bought by Atletico but after a bad season was sold to Benfica. In FMH he is a very good player with 18 shooting and movement, 17 decisions, 16 creativity, and 15 passing and stamina. Well guys that is all for this post. Hope you enjoyed it and that you found the existance of a new player and maybe sign him in your career. Please leave a like and comment. See ya Bonus "https://www.youtube.com/embed/HRRUVn-uv5s" "https://www.youtube.com/embed/YcW91q5MgZY" Bye
  23. Hello guys I'm training the Real Madrid and i'm going for the fourth season. I play whit a 4-3-3 formation, my team scores more than 100 goals and grants under 25 but when an opponent plays whit the 4-4-1-1 formation the result is a draw/lose or a lucky win. Atlético Madrid is my Nightmare whit that formation. Last Result Vs. Atletico: W - 4-1 D - 2-2 W - 2-1 L - 0-2 L - 0-2 D - 1-1 So... What formation i can use to counter that 4-4-1-1? I lose the previus league because that formation and an amazing Barcelona. (Barcelona 93pts, Me 92pts...) Thanks! And sorry for my English xD...
  24. Spanish Debutantes by tomppasson Most of you know Ashez and his English Debutants career and im going to do same but with Spanish players. I need to select uncapped strikers and score with them. If somebody doesnt know the rules lets tell them The Rules 1. I must select the striker before the match 2. The streak doesn't start until one of my debutantes scores a goal, once the first one has been scored the streak continues until the challenge ends with a player failing to score. 3. No reloading or cheating 4. My own formation 5. All games count 6. If i happen to get to an International Tournament i can select three uncapped strikers who can be freely rotated around during the games, however if they fail to score the challenge ends. My fixtures Any guesses who is my first striker? How many games i will last?
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