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  1. Which Team Should I Be

    It's that time folks. You know the drill:

    The league you prefer
    The finances
    Facilities for training/youth


    And anything else useful you can think of.

  2. League: Not England/France/Spain/Italy/Germany/Holland/Belgium/Portugal/Russia/Sweden/Denmark
    Finances: Poor to Okay
    Facilities: Room for improvement

    Other: Would like to create a dynasty at a club that hasn't had much success domestically or in Europe. I know I'm not keen on managing in quite a few countries, but looking for a challenge with a team that not many have managed and has potential in an upcoming country.

    Appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by AndySams10 View Post
    League: Not England/France/Spain/Italy/Germany/Holland/Belgium/Portugal/Russia/Sweden/Denmark
    Finances: Poor to Okay
    Facilities: Room for improvement

    Other: Would like to create a dynasty at a club that hasn't had much success domestically or in Europe. I know I'm not keen on managing in quite a few countries, but looking for a challenge with a team that not many have managed and has potential in an upcoming country.

    Appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.
    Croatia may be worth a shout. Not immediately sure of a team in there, but it strikes me as a similar challenge to what you are looking for.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Godfish93 View Post
    Croatia may be worth a shout. Not immediately sure of a team in there, but it strikes me as a similar challenge to what you are looking for.

    Hnk rijeka
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  5. Help on a different team to be!

    The league you prefer The top league in the nation and anywhere but England
    The finances Good
    Facilities for training/youth: At least average or higher

    Any help would be great i basically want a different
    challenge i will be doing my yearly Man Utd save and just want a team i can build up and challenge for the title in a few years.

    Cheers
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by callamity View Post
    Hnk rijeka
    Wil take a look.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Godfish93 View Post
    Croatia may be worth a shout. Not immediately sure of a team in there, but it strikes me as a similar challenge to what you are looking for.
    Thanks mate. Have had a look, but I'm not sold, very hard to please haha. If there are any other suggestions let me know or if there's a team(s) in one of countries I said I wasn't keen on managing then I'll happily take a look.

    Thanks for the help.
    Last edited by AndySams10; 14/11/2015 at 09:55 AM.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by adslucas21 View Post
    The league you prefer The top league in the nation and anywhere but England
    The finances Good
    Facilities for training/youth: At least average or higher

    Any help would be great i basically want a different
    challenge i will be doing my yearly Man Utd save and just want a team i can build up and challenge for the title in a few years.

    Cheers

    I have had had a good career with Lazio/Napoli/Sevilla/Athletic Bilbao from FM14/15.
    Not top teams to start but a good challenge and give you a opportunity to bring youth and sign those top middle class players who turn out to be awsome

  9. Quote Originally Posted by adslucas21 View Post
    The league you prefer The top league in the nation and anywhere but England
    The finances Good
    Facilities for training/youth: At least average or higher

    Any help would be great i basically want a different
    challenge i will be doing my yearly Man Utd save and just want a team i can build up and challenge for the title in a few years.

    Cheers

    the 2 milan clubs or udinese need rebuilding wot about marseille or lyon in france ty and break the psg monaco dominance or mayb couple mid table german teams with histiry like stuggart

  10. Cheers i will defiantly check those teams out seems like what i am looking for

  11. Quote Originally Posted by AndySams10 View Post
    League: Not England/France/Spain/Italy/Germany/Holland/Belgium/Portugal/Russia/Sweden/Denmark
    Finances: Poor to Okay
    Facilities: Room for improvement

    Other: Would like to create a dynasty at a club that hasn't had much success domestically or in Europe. I know I'm not keen on managing in quite a few countries, but looking for a challenge with a team that not many have managed and has potential in an upcoming country.

    Appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.
    Could try Norway, Rosenberg used to be a decent European team so could try and rebuild them. IIRC Molde are the team to beat now could be wrong.
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  12. Wanted Team not in the top league of a nation but with a decent reputation and good youth facilities.
    A bit of money would be nice but not essential. Recently demoted teams not wanted as I want to try and build a legacy.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by woolly View Post
    Wanted Team not in the top league of a nation but with a decent reputation and good youth facilities.
    A bit of money would be nice but not essential. Recently demoted teams not wanted as I want to try and build a legacy.
    brighton sheff wed

  14. Ride The Walrus's Avatar Ride The WalrusPremium Member
    A pretty cool guy.
    Okay finances. Lower league side in England. Willing to go as low as possible. Want a team that can challenge for promotion and can grow quickly.

  15. Quote Originally Posted by Ride The Walrus View Post
    Okay finances. Lower league side in England. Willing to go as low as possible. Want a team that can challenge for promotion and can grow quickly.
    How low you want? League 2 Portsmouth, AFC Wimbledon and Luton all stand out or do you want the lowest league?

  16. Try Red bull lipezig in the German 2nd division brilliant facilities and new stadium plus a first team full of quality young players . Very well set up to challenge Bayern in the future

  17. Quote Originally Posted by only1tinoasprilla View Post
    brighton sheff wed
    May just give Sheff Wed a go. I haven't done a save with them for a while.

  18. Ride The Walrus's Avatar Ride The WalrusPremium Member
    A pretty cool guy.
    Quote Originally Posted by epic terrorist View Post
    How low you want? League 2 Portsmouth, AFC Wimbledon and Luton all stand out or do you want the lowest league?
    Yeah I done Pompey last year and enjoyed it, but it was a bit too easy and then got fucked third season in the championship with 0 transfer budget and -something wage. Any idea on how their finances go?

  19. Quote Originally Posted by Ride The Walrus View Post
    Yeah I done Pompey last year and enjoyed it, but it was a bit too easy and then got fucked third season in the championship with 0 transfer budget and -something wage. Any idea on how their finances go?
    Ihave only got to the beginning of third season so far, but I took control of them and took a screenshot of their finances for you, they have been promoted to league 1 also.

    Which Team Should I Be-2015-11-17_00001.jpg

    They could prob be better managed by a human but I dunno not done LLM for a long time, if you want anymore screenshots just let me know.

  20. wrong place, sorry

  21. tempted same mainly cause they got an old knackered stadium and i feel chance of new one is their

  22. Ride The Walrus's Avatar Ride The WalrusPremium Member
    A pretty cool guy.
    Quote Originally Posted by epic terrorist View Post
    Ihave only got to the beginning of third season so far, but I took control of them and took a screenshot of their finances for you, they have been promoted to league 1 also.

    Attachment 985866

    They could prob be better managed by a human but I dunno not done LLM for a long time, if you want anymore screenshots just let me know.
    cheers bud.
    they look better than they did on last year's game. Their finances turned to wank after the second season.
    Trying Tranmere though, love me some conference

  23. i personally like to start unemployed and see where the road takes me. it's a bit more challenging, and also more realistic, and the learning curve is a bit longer, but eventionally it pays off...
    than again, that's only my opinion

  24. The league you prefer: I generally prefer the English leagues but it's not a big deal.
    The finances: Decent. Doesn't have to be great but please not bad!
    Facilities for training/youth: Same as above.

    I'm just looking for a bit of a challenge but somethings that's approachable for newcomers (I'm not a newcomer, but I'm having a hard time of it this year!)

    Maybe recommend some of your saves that you're enjoying?

    Cheers

  25. Quote Originally Posted by BrightOne View Post
    The league you prefer: I generally prefer the English leagues but it's not a big deal.
    The finances: Decent. Doesn't have to be great but please not bad!
    Facilities for training/youth: Same as above.

    I'm just looking for a bit of a challenge but somethings that's approachable for newcomers (I'm not a newcomer, but I'm having a hard time of it this year!)

    Maybe recommend some of your saves that you're enjoying?

    Cheers
    You could try Everton, they've got a decent squad but finances aren't the best so you'll have to sell in order to buy
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  26. Anyone know a team in the lower divisions with good academy and a stabile economy?

    Prefer the bigger leagues
    Last edited by Euroguy; 26/11/2015 at 05:34 PM.

  27. Anyone know a team with top of the range youth recruitment and with a challenge of building a reputation in a country that hasn't been recognised in champions league? Preferably with a young squad.
    Thanks

  28. Quote Originally Posted by Sykes22 View Post
    Anyone know a team with top of the range youth recruitment and with a challenge of building a reputation in a country that hasn't been recognised in champions league? Preferably with a young squad.
    Thanks
    Anderlecht have always been my go-to team for that kind of save, Tielemans, Praet, Dendoncker are still there (lost Mitrovic and Mbemba of course), Dinamo Zagreb as well in Croatia, and also Midtjylland in Denmark with the beast of a winger in Pione Sisto.

    Also if you wanted a bit more mainstream there's PSV Eindhoven and Ajax, or Benfica.

  29. Hello everyone
    I currently managing Inter Milan, but I want to try something different.
    So I've decided I want to manage in the BPL (because of the TV-deal), or create my own club in some lower league. Just can't decide what to do, so was hoping you could help me.

  30. Quote Originally Posted by hansie95 View Post
    Hello everyone
    I currently managing Inter Milan, but I want to try something different.
    So I've decided I want to manage in the BPL (because of the TV-deal), or create my own club in some lower league. Just can't decide what to do, so was hoping you could help me.
    I think if you want to make use of the TV deal you could do with being either a team still in the league or who are likely to be promoted this season. For a challenge for that, maybe go with Middlesbrough or Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship, or if you want a team in the BPL at the minute maybe try Leicester (no bias here), Everton (top young players) or Watford (licensed)? Just a few suggestions

  31. Looking for a long term save to try and overthrow the bigger teams in the league, was thinking of going Hamburg, has anybody played with them?

  32. Picking a team - wage and transfer budget

    I used this FM 16: Every European Team's Transfer And Wage Budget Revealed - RealSport – Real People to pick what team I was going to start with on FM 16 - lists every big European clubs transfer and wage budget so you dont have to scroll through the game looking them up!
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  33. Looking for a team in any league that has no/little restrictions on foreign players and a big budget.

  34. Quote Originally Posted by Gladbach Par View Post
    Looking for a team in any league that has no/little restrictions on foreign players and a big budget.
    Wolfsburg in Germany maybe?

  35. Quote Originally Posted by gibletmc View Post
    I used this FM 16: Every European Team's Transfer And Wage Budget Revealed - RealSport – Real People to pick what team I was going to start with on FM 16 - lists every big European clubs transfer and wage budget so you dont have to scroll through the game looking them up!
    Of course you used it - you made it so you could post it here.

  36. The league you prefer : any outsidde normal top 5The finances : enough to make a few changes if need beFacilities for training/youth : strongI'm looking for a team that has enough of a nucleus I could help grow into there potential. Over time I want to create a fully homegrown team that i could challenge and eventually conquer europe, over alot of time. I'm fed up of the big leagues and the massive wages, hence why looking at smaller leagues with more acceptable wages and can create a strong group.thanks

  37. I'm looking for a lower league team, either League 2, Vanarama premier or North/South with decent finances and players for that level. Ideally one of the teams who'd be described as best equipped to make a go of climbing up the leagues.

  38. Quote Originally Posted by whenray View Post
    I'm looking for a lower league team, either League 2, Vanarama premier or North/South with decent finances and players for that level. Ideally one of the teams who'd be described as best equipped to make a go of climbing up the leagues.
    Salford

  39. So like quite a few people most likely, im looking for an English Premier side so I can experience the tv deal bumper payment at the end of the season.

    I'd quite like a team where I can improve the forward, not worry about fighting relegation but no pressure to finish top 10.

    Much appreciate the advice, cheers!


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  40. Which team should I be ...

    I want to be a premiership team and have narrowed it down to Newcastle, West Ham or Palace. All pretty similar teams in terms of ability but what do you guys think would be the biggest challenge and most entertaining save?

  41. Quote Originally Posted by tbo View Post
    Which team should I be ...

    I want to be a premiership team and have narrowed it down to Newcastle, West Ham or Palace. All pretty similar teams in terms of ability but what do you guys think would be the biggest challenge and most entertaining save?
    Newcastle has some players with great potential, notably Wijnaldum, Ayoze Perez and Mitrovic. Try and exceed expectations with Newcastle and make these players go to their full potential, keep hold of the players and a Champions League spot might not be too far off.

    That should be exciting!

  42. Quote Originally Posted by magmus View Post
    Newcastle has some players with great potential, notably Wijnaldum, Ayoze Perez and Mitrovic. Try and exceed expectations with Newcastle and make these players go to their full potential, keep hold of the players and a Champions League spot might not be too far off.

    That should be exciting!
    Have a go with Palace. Recently their owner said that within 10-15 years, I think, Palace would have won the PL-title. Try to make that come true, and at the same time, overtake the other London-clubs

  43. hey guys

    im looking for a team who can fit a 3-6-1 libero tactic, mid-high team i dont care in which league

  44. Quote Originally Posted by epic terrorist View Post
    Could try Norway, Rosenberg used to be a decent European team so could try and rebuild them. IIRC Molde are the team to beat now could be wrong.
    I am doing a stromsgasset save that I enjoy currently in 2nd season.
    but I highly recommend a Molde save as Joshua Gatt is a monster

  45. Hi guys I'm just looking for a team to learn the game with so like a team where theres not a lot of pressure to win the league but has the ability to win games quite easily as I try to get my bearings with tactics that work I have germany spain England Italy france Portugal leagues loaded quick reply would be muchly appreciated

  46. Hi guys
    I'm looking for a team that has the potential to play tiki-tala-ish. Furthermore I need to either start with a decent transferbudget to improve the with team with, or be able to easily sell some players.
    Facilties should be at least decent, and it would be a bonus if there were 1 or 2 youngsters with a bright future.
    League doesn't matter.
    Thank you in advance.

  47. Quote Originally Posted by San Adam View Post
    Hi guys I'm just looking for a team to learn the game with so like a team where theres not a lot of pressure to win the league but has the ability to win games quite easily as I try to get my bearings with tactics that work I have germany spain England Italy france Portugal leagues loaded quick reply would be muchly appreciated
    Go with some of the big teams, such as FC Barcelona or Bayern Munich. They'll want you to win the league, but with the players at your disposal, it shouldn't be a problem.

  48. Quote Originally Posted by hansie95 View Post
    Go with some of the big teams, such as FC Barcelona or Bayern Munich. They'll want you to win the league, but with the players at your disposal, it shouldn't be a problem.
    thanks

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    Falling out of love with FM tried lots of saves including Liverpool, Ajax, AC Milan, Leicester, Stoke, Valencia and even Salford City so to fill in the criteria

    The league you prefer : Any English league
    The finances : Comfortable to bring in young signings
    Facilities for training/youth : Maybe something with a good academy as a challenge

    Basically looking for a good challenge and possibly to build some sort of legacy, I would like it challenging but achievable all suggestions are welcome and thanks in advance

  50. Quote Originally Posted by db12 View Post
    Falling out of love with FM tried lots of saves including Liverpool, Ajax, AC Milan, Leicester, Stoke, Valencia and even Salford City so to fill in the criteria

    The league you prefer : Any English league
    The finances : Comfortable to bring in young signings
    Facilities for training/youth : Maybe something with a good academy as a challenge

    Basically looking for a good challenge and possibly to build some sort of legacy, I would like it challenging but achievable all suggestions are welcome and thanks in advance

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