FM19 | Moneyball | Part 3

Welcome back to the third post in my Moneyball series. If you’re new you can check out Part 1 Here.

My first full season at Crystal Palace draws to a close, and with the end in sight, there’s time to reflect on a successful season in the Premier League. We’re going to take a look at how my signings performed in the second half of the season compared with other players in the squad, my results as a whole and a look at inventive ways I’m keeping my expenditure down.

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FM19 | Moneyball | Part 2

First I want to start out by saying thank you to everyone who read Part 1. The response was really overwhelming and while I tried to respond to most comments, there are undoubtedly a few I missed. As promised, in this post we will be looking at my January Transfer Window activity, the stats for the players I signed, and a closer look at my KPIs and statistical setup.

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Starting a New Save | Football Manager Guide

If you’re anything like me, you’ll get to a point some time when you’re thinking about starting a new save. Recently, I was missing English football, having started my first save in Italy, and wanted to start a save in the Championship. While this is a guide for starting fresh, there are a lot of similarities to starting at a new club, so this post will be useful to those players also.

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Starting out well at a new club.

I decided to start out at Brentford, I’ll be using them as my example. Whether you’re simply getting bored of your first save or things didn’t go the way you wanted and you’re looking to start out fresh, here is my guide to starting a new save. I’ve chosen five key areas to focus on.

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No, Kroenke Isn’t Stealing From Arsenal, He’s Just Mismanaging Them

 

Enos Stan Kroenke is the largest shareholder of Arsenal, and partially to blame for them falling out of the top 4 in the Premier League. Arsene Wenger, the 22-year manager of Arsenal turned scapegoat has left the club, with a new manager on the way: former Sevilla and PSG boss Unai Emery. Emery will be the new “scapegoat,” unless he can turn around Arsenal’s recent misfortunes. The best way to turn around misfortunes is with fortune, as in, transfer money.

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