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post #3871 of 6719 (permalink) Old 12-20-2011, 02:50 AM
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There seems to be a difference in the amount of money you get though from foreground guys. I wonder if you can bring Xamax in Switzerland to the top of the world with its sugar daddy.
Tried to start a game as them after seeing the list but you get 800K in the first window with a shit squad.

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i started a game with them a while ago and you get 6 mil in jan

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I decided to make Evian TG in France have a Sugar Daddy since the company that owns them is worth billions, offered me 65M for a safe mid table finish. It's helping me forget my failure at Villa while I take a break from my Liverpool game.

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So i got sacked 12 games in at Deportivo To be fair i had long term injuries to 5 first team players and with a squad like theirs its practically a death sentence.

So i started it again, got a new chairman who was set on replacing me but instead he stuck with me. So hopefully i can last longer than 12 games.


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was on the verge of getting sacked after dropping down to 11th after 11 games, just won 9-0 against recreativo which has broken the run of 4 losses in a row. 4 games ago i was about second too. so hopefully i can get back up there.

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Anyone got any tips for beating Man U... I'm playing as Liverpool at the moment in my 2nd season and I've managed to beat every team but I've yet to beat Man U in 3 tries. All 3 times were 4-3, 4-2, 4-2.... I can score just struggle to contain Rooney.
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I lost to United as Bristol City 3-2 with Huntelaar scoring for them in the last minute about 3 seasons in. I'm not sure if this will be too helpful but try playing a 4-2-3-1 formation with the striker being a poacher and the two on the wing being Inside Forwards with an Attacking Midfielder playing behind the striker. Two Ball-Winning midfielders or (one BWM and one box to box) behind that with a pretty deep defence with short passing and hassling the opposition and you should be able to control the midfield and you can really break in numbers. Bare in mind I had a pretty weak team despite being promoted and they were massive favourites to win. Try and use the Counter mentality as that seems to help because that way the attack is much more fluid as everyone seems to bomb forward allowing for a 4 on 5 situation at times if you have quick players.

Sorry for the waffle but try that and see if you get any good results but it's not wise to change your formation every game as the team seems to lose more often.

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not bad without playing a recognised striker.

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I lost to United as Bristol City 3-2 with Huntelaar scoring for them in the last minute about 3 seasons in. I'm not sure if this will be too helpful but try playing a 4-2-3-1 formation with the striker being a poacher and the two on the wing being Inside Forwards with an Attacking Midfielder playing behind the striker. Two Ball-Winning midfielders or (one BWM and one box to box) behind that with a pretty deep defence with short passing and hassling the opposition and you should be able to control the midfield and you can really break in numbers. Bare in mind I had a pretty weak team despite being promoted and they were massive favourites to win. Try and use the Counter mentality as that seems to help because that way the attack is much more fluid as everyone seems to bomb forward allowing for a 4 on 5 situation at times if you have quick players.

Sorry for the waffle but try that and see if you get any good results but it's not wise to change your formation every game as the team seems to lose more often.
I'll try that when i play them next which is a fair few games away yet. Thanks for the advice. Will post a result as well.
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I've noticed on my games that certain players always get signed by the same clubs, Pablo Aimar - AC Milan, Dario Srna - Citeh, Sime Vrsaljko - Newcastle, Lee Young-Pyo - OM (when I don't sign him), West Brom signs a left winger playing in Asia and Anelka either declares he's leaving on a Bosman or goes to PSG. Anyone got any repeat transfers in their games?

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