FM 2005 F.A.Q... Most of it works for FM 2006 too...

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  1. rpvankasteren

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    An FAQ is long overdue, so it's about time we started one. I've put in 2 pieces on the 2 most asked topics, but feel free to make sensible additions to this list, or anything on these you'd like to add. Any discussion will be removed when it has served it's purpose. :)



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    How to make your game faster if it starts getting too slow:


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    Where to get skins, logos, kits, and other graphics for FM 2005:

    The best place to look for these is SortItOutSI. If you know a site that is hosting FM graphics, and/or has an active graphics scene, please post it in here and we'll add it to the FAQ and the downloads thread.

    list:
    SortItOutSI
    FM Underground
    total-fm
    fm.lemonish
    CoreFM
    Throw-in
    FM FAQ
    Goal Kick



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    Starting online games in FM 2005:

    - One person (the host) starts a new game like normal, having selected 'run as server' in the preferences. This person can go to the 'game status' to find out his IP address, which the others will need to join his game, if he doesn't know it already.
    - The other players have to go to 'Network' at the start up screen, and select the IP. If it's not listed, try 'Refresh list', or 'Join other server' where you're asked for the IP to join with.

    To resume a saved online game, the host needs to load the saved game, and wait for the other players to rejoin in the same way they did at the start of the game.

    If you have problems connecting to each others games, the host might need to remove restrictions from the firewall he is using. The ports 10093 and 10094 need to be unrestricted:
    To free the ports on a router firewall, browse to your router's IP, and free traffic on both ports from there.



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    People looking for good training schedules should take a look at Daves v1.1 Training Schedule. It was created for CM 03/04, but is still really good for FM.



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    Adding pictures, logos, and kits to FM:

    Any graphical enhancements to FM need to be formatted in a layered png format. It needs to have a transparent background, and the image needs to be in a floating layer. The easiest way to achieve this is to open a new canvas of the desired size in Photoshop, while having 'Background contents' set to 'transparent', and paste the image in there. It will then put the image in a floating layer. After that 'save as' and select '*.png' from the dropdown menu.

    Different images require different sizes too, here's a quick list:
    - Player/staff pictures can be 95 pixels wide x 95 high, maximum.
    - Logos for clubs, competitions, or nations have a height of 50 pixels, but also keep the width low, as the logos might overlap the club or competition names.
    - Kit sizes would be 52x40.

    To have these images appear in FM, you need to save them in a new subfolder of "\data\graphics\pictures", and in that subfolder create a file called 'config.xml'. That file is basically a standard text-file, made with for instance Notepad, which tells FM to link images to certain data. It tells FM to load a picture in the profile of a player, a logo in the title bar for a club/nation, competition, and kits for the club information screen and match overview screen. FM uses unique ID numbers to recognise people, clubs/nations, and competitions. You need to know these numbers for every person, club, nation, or competition you want to add an image to. Upon checking "Show Unique IDs" in the "Options" or "Game Preferences" screen, and confirming, FM will show the ID under the item's name in the title bar. For logos and kits you need the club/nation ID.


    The contents of the 'config.xml' will need to include the following to be recognised by FM:
    Code:
    <record>
    	<boolean id="preload" value="false"/>
    	<boolean id="amap" value="false"/>
    		
    	<list id="maps">
    
    	</list>
    </record>
    And you also need to put a list of strings, telling FM where the images need to be shown, between "<list id="maps">" and "</list>".

    A person string would look like this:
    Code:
    <record from="(image name without .png)" to="graphics/pictures/person/(UNIQUE PERSON ID)/portrait"/>
    Club and nation strings would respectively look like these:
    Code:
    <record from="(image name without .png)" to="graphics/pictures/club/(UNIQUE CLUB ID)/logo"/>
    <record from="(image name without .png)" to="graphics/pictures/nation/(UNIQUE NATION ID)/logo"/>
    A kit string would be any of these, for respectively home, away, and third kits:
    Code:
    <record from="(image name without .png)" to="graphics/pictures/team/(UNIQUE CLUB/NATION ID)/kits/home"/>
    <record from="(image name without .png)" to="graphics/pictures/team/(UNIQUE CLUB/NATION ID)/kits/away"/>
    <record from="(image name without .png)" to="graphics/pictures/team/(UNIQUE CLUB/NATION ID)/kits/third"/>
    Mixing these in one 'config.xml' file is no problem, so the file could have the following content:
    Code:
    <record>
    	<boolean id="preload" value="false"/>
    	<boolean id="amap" value="false"/>
    		
    	<list id="maps">
    
    	<record from="player1" to="graphics/pictures/person/00000001/portrait"/>
    	<record from="player2" to="graphics/pictures/person/00000002/portrait"/>
    	<record from="player3" to="graphics/pictures/person/00000003/portrait"/>
    	<record from="random club" to="graphics/pictures/club/001/logo"/>
    	<record from="random club_home" to="graphics/pictures/team/001/kits/home"/>
    	<record from="random club_away" to="graphics/pictures/team/001/kits/away"/>
    	<record from="random club_third" to="graphics/pictures/team/001/kits/third"/>
    
    	</list>
    </record>


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    Here's a list of nations and the time in years it takes for a player to gain it's nationality when playing there.
    Unmentioned countries have a default setting of 5 years.
    Code:
    [b]Country                   Time[/b]
    Australia                    4
    Belgium                      7
    Bosnia                       2
    Brazil                      15
    China                        8
    Chinese Taipei               7
    Denmark                      7
    FYR Macedonia                2
    Hong Kong                    7
    Lebanon                      3
    Macau                        7
    Mexico                       4
    Norway                       7
    Poland                       3
    Russia                      12
    Serbia & Montenegro          2
    Singapore                    4
    South Korea                100
    Spain                        4
    Sweden                       3
    Thailand                     4


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    I've put together a list of all EU countries (which you can manage in) and their player restrictions. Feel free to post the rules for other leagues, and I'll add them to the first post.

    Austria:
    Premier Division:
    No more than 7 non-EU players in the total squad
    No more than 7 non-EU players in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    First Division:
    No more than 7 non-EU players in the total squad
    No more than 3 non-EU players in the match squad
    No more than 3 foreign players in the match squad
    At least 3 under-21 players in the match squad
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Belgium:
    First Division:
    At least 2 under-21 players in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second Division+Third Division:
    At least 2 under-21 players in the match squad
    4 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Czech Republic:
    First Division+Second Division:
    No more than 3 foreign players in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Denmark:
    Premier Division-Second Division:
    No more than 3 non-EU players in the match squad
    4 subs named, maximum 3 used


    England:
    Premier League:
    5 domestic based players allowed on loan per season in the total squad
    2 domestic based players allowed on loan at one time in the total squad
    No player restrictions, after being awarded a work permit
    Work permit rules are as follows:
    - has played in 75% of his country's international games over the past 2 years
    - the country should hold a top 70 FIFA ranking (averaged over 2 years)
    (75% of club matches played is no longer a necessity for extending a contract)
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Championship-Conference North/South:
    8 short term loans allowed per season in the total squad (3 months)
    4 long term loans allowed per season in the total squad (6-12 months)
    4 short term loans allowed at one time in the total squad
    No player restrictions, after being awarded a work permit (see Premier League)
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Finland:
    Premier Division+First Division:
    No more than 3 non-EU players in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    France:
    First League:
    No more than 4 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    7 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    No more than 4 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second League+National:
    No more than 4 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    7 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    No more than 2 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used

    addendum:
    In France, players from the European continent and players from former French colonies in Africa and America do not count as non-EU. They will therefor not count towards the limit of 4 or 2 non-EU players.


    Germany:
    First Division+Second Division:
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    4 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Regional Division:
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    4 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    At least 6 German under-24 players in the match squad
    At least 2 German under-21 players in the match squad
    No more than 3 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Greece:
    National A Division:
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    National B Division:
    No more than 3 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    No more than 3 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Holland:
    Premier Division+First Division:
    No player restrictions
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Iceland:
    Premier Division+First Division:
    4 loans allowed at one time in the total squad
    No more than 3 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Italy
    Serie A-Serie C2:
    Each team has its own limit on non-EU players. This number will increase if a club signs a domestic based non-EU player, and decrease if they sell a non-EU player to another team in Italy. This way the number of non-EU players in the total Italian league system is limited.
    No player restrictions
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Northern Ireland:
    Premier Division-Second Division:
    No player restrictions
    Work permit rules as in England (see English Premier League)
    3 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Norway:
    Premier Division+First Division:
    No more than 2 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second Division:
    No player restrictions
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Poland
    First Division:
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second Division:
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    No more than 3 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Portugal
    Superleague:
    No more than 6 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    No more than 4 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    Only players registered for this competition are eligible to play (maximum 26)
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second League:
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    No more than 4 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    Only players registered for this competition are eligible to play (maximum 26)
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second Division B:
    No more than 2 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    No more than 1 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    Only players registered for this competition are eligible to play (maximum 30)
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Republic of Ireland:
    Premier Division+First Division:
    5 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    No player restrictions
    ?Work permit rules as in England (see English Premier League)? <-Not sure. It's not GB afterall, there might be a difference:p
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Russia
    any other info welcome


    Scotland:
    Premier League:
    5 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    4 loans allowed at one time in the total squad
    At least 2 under-21 players in the match squad
    Work permit rules as in England (see English Premier League)
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    First Division-Third Division:
    5 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    4 loans allowed at one time in the total squad
    Work permit rules as in England (see English Premier Legue)
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Slovakia:
    First Division+Second Division:
    No more than 4 foreign players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Slovenia:
    First Division+Second Division:
    6 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    No more than 3 foreign players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Spain:
    First Division:
    No more than 3 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    Only players registered for this competition are eligible to play (maximum 25)
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second Division:
    No more than 2 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    Only players registered for this competition are eligible to play (maximum 25)
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second Division B:
    No non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    Only players registered for this competition are eligible to play (maximum 22)
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Sweden:
    Premier Division-Second Division:
    No more than 3 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Wales:
    Premier League:
    5 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    Work permit rules as in England (see English Premier League)
    3 subs named, maximum 3 used



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    some useful in this thread.. its a bit old now but some very decent posts: http://www.soccergaming.tv/showthread.php?t=107348
     
  2. rpvankasteren

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    As suggested by Tom, here's a list of nations and the time in years it takes for a player to gain it's nationality when playing there.
    Unmentioned countries have a default setting of 5 years.
    Code:
    [b]Country                   Time[/b]
    Australia                    4
    Belgium                      7
    Bosnia                       2
    Brazil                      15
    China                        8
    Chinese Taipei               7
    Denmark                      7
    FYR Macedonia                2
    Hong Kong                    7
    Lebanon                      3
    Macau                        7
    Mexico                       4
    Norway                       7
    Poland                       3
    Russia                      12
    Serbia & Montenegro          2
    Singapore                    4
    South Korea                100
    Spain                        4
    Sweden                       3
    Thailand                     4
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    Posted by TROD in FM Attributes Explained

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    How to play windowed mode on FM2006
    right click on the shortcut to FM2006 on the desktop, and in the target box type:

    "C:\Program Files\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2006\fm.exe" -small_screen -windowed"

    (change directory if you have put FM in a different one, its the last bit thats important anyway)
     
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    maleato Senior Squad

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    Could you post the foreign players limit per country? :)
     
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    xiaoarc Senior Squad

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    What the....?? :o
     
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    rpvankasteren Fan Favourite

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    I guess that's the same as "no immigration allowed" :crazyboy:

    The foreign players limit per country... I could post the rules per EU nation, of course. But I don't fully understand the rules for Spain, and maybe others, so I'm not sure if I'll be able to get a good decryption for all of them :p
    I'll give it a go later on in the week. :)
     
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    maleato Senior Squad

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    It works this way in Spain:
    You've got the A, B and C teams. In each one, you can register up to 25 players, 3 non-eu. In the national cup and in the championship, you can select 3 foreign players per match.
     
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    I'll put that in then.

    I found another interesting fact about South Korea :p In the K2-League (South Korea's 2nd division) teams can have 5 foreign players in their squad, but those can't play in the league (H)
     
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    People looking for good training schedules should take a look at Daves v1.1 Training Schedule. It was created for CM 03/04, but is still really good for FM.
     
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    realmadridcf Senior Squad

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    You can only have 3 foreign players in all of your 3 squads...
     
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    No, 3 per squad.
     
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    realmadridcf Senior Squad

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    Ok look at this.... i try to register Adu a number in the B team in my game.... I have 3 FGN's registered in my A team...

    I would be glad if it was possible, but look at this....NO!

    [​IMG]

    Casper
     
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    rpvankasteren Fan Favourite

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    You seem to be wrong, Casper:

    1st team
    [​IMG]

    2nd team
    [​IMG]

    3rd team
    [​IMG]

    Maybe it's a league restriction, though? It's not there with only Primera Division selected.
     
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    Yeah, that's it. You can't register non-EU players for the Segunda Division B. You can still stick 3 non-EUs in the 3rd team. :p

    <edit> Oh, and you can register only 2 non-EUs in the Segunda Division </edit>
     
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    AH thats why... my fault ;)
     
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    I've put together a list of all EU countries (which you can manage in) and their player restrictions. Feel free to post the rules for other leagues, and I'll add them to the first post.

    Austria:
    Premier Division:
    No more than 7 non-EU players in the total squad
    No more than 7 non-EU players in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    First Division:
    No more than 7 non-EU players in the total squad
    No more than 3 non-EU players in the match squad
    No more than 3 foreign players in the match squad
    At least 3 under-21 players in the match squad
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Belgium:
    First Division:
    At least 2 under-21 players in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second Division+Third Division:
    At least 2 under-21 players in the match squad
    4 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Czech Republic:
    First Division+Second Division:
    No more than 3 foreign players in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Denmark:
    Premier Division-Second Division:
    No more than 3 non-EU players in the match squad
    4 subs named, maximum 3 used


    England:
    Premier League:
    5 domestic based players allowed on loan per season in the total squad
    2 domestic based players allowed on loan at one time in the total squad
    No player restrictions, after being awarded a work permit
    Work permit rules are as follows:
    - has played in 75% of his country's international games over the past 2 years
    - the country should hold a top 70 FIFA ranking (averaged over 2 years)
    (75% of club matches played is no longer a necessity for extending a contract)
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Championship-Conference North/South:
    8 short term loans allowed per season in the total squad (3 months)
    4 long term loans allowed per season in the total squad (6-12 months)
    4 short term loans allowed at one time in the total squad
    No player restrictions, after being awarded a work permit (see Premier League)
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Finland:
    Premier Division+First Division:
    No more than 3 non-EU players in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    France:
    First League:
    No more than 4 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    7 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    No more than 4 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second League+National:
    No more than 4 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    7 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    No more than 2 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Germany:
    First Division+Second Division:
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    4 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Regional Division:
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    4 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    At least 6 German under-24 players in the match squad
    At least 2 German under-21 players in the match squad
    No more than 3 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Greece:
    National A Division:
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    National B Division:
    No more than 3 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    No more than 3 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Holland:
    Premier Division+First Division:
    No player restrictions
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Iceland:
    Premier Division+First Division:
    4 loans allowed at one time in the total squad
    No more than 3 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Italy
    Serie A-Serie C2:
    Each team has its own limit on non-EU players. This number will increase if a club signs a domestic based non-EU player, and decrease if they sell a non-EU player to another team in Italy. This way the number of non-EU players in the total Italian league system is limited.
    No player restrictions
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Northern Ireland:
    Premier Division-Second Division:
    No player restrictions
    Work permit rules as in England (see English Premier League)
    3 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Norway:
    Premier Division+First Division:
    No more than 2 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second Division:
    No player restrictions
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Poland
    First Division:
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second Division:
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    No more than 3 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Portugal
    Superleague:
    No more than 6 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    No more than 4 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    Only players registered for this competition are eligible to play (maximum 26)
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second League:
    No more than 5 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    No more than 4 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    Only players registered for this competition are eligible to play (maximum 26)
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second Division B:
    No more than 2 non-EU players allowed in the total squad
    No more than 1 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    Only players registered for this competition are eligible to play (maximum 30)
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Republic of Ireland:
    Premier Division+First Division:
    5 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    No player restrictions
    ?Work permit rules as in England (see English Premier League)? <-Not sure. It's not GB afterall, there might be a difference:p
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Scotland:
    Premier League:
    5 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    4 loans allowed at one time in the total squad
    At least 2 under-21 players in the match squad
    Work permit rules as in England (see English Premier League)
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    First Division-Third Division:
    5 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    4 loans allowed at one time in the total squad
    Work permit rules as in England (see English Premier Legue)
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Slovakia:
    First Division+Second Division:
    No more than 4 foreign players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Slovenia:
    First Division+Second Division:
    6 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    No more than 3 foreign players allowed in the match squad
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Spain:
    First Division:
    No more than 3 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    Only players registered for this competition are eligible to play (maximum 25)
    7 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second Division:
    No more than 2 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    Only players registered for this competition are eligible to play (maximum 25)
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used

    Second Division B:
    No non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    Only players registered for this competition are eligible to play (maximum 22)
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Sweden:
    Premier Division-Second Division:
    No more than 3 non-EU players allowed in the match squad
    5 subs named, maximum 3 used


    Wales:
    Premier League:
    5 loans allowed per season in the total squad
    Work permit rules as in England (see English Premier League)
    3 subs named, maximum 3 used
     
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    Rocky Forza Suarez! (ps brotha can you spare a dime?)

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    ruud, interesting thing about the K-League 2. as you mentioned about having five foreigners that cant play in the league, they are allowed to play in the korean Preseason cup:)
     
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    is it possible to have FM2005 in other resolution than 1024 x 768? this is because i use 1280 x 800 on my resolution. is it possible to have FM2005 in that resolution as well?
     
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    Yeah, you can do that. Only by deselecting "full screen" in the preferences and maximising the FM window, though.
     
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    ok problemo. i went to load up my saved game and it said 'the save game could not be loaded' and yet yesterday i was playing on it WHATS GOING ON!!!
     
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    try to create new game. if it can't even create a new game. probably is your database collapse
     
      

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