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  1. chris boston

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    You pay more upkeep expenses and you wasted money on building it, you can get a small amount back by demolishing the extra amount. This is only a fraction on what you paid, though. Something like 10%.
     
  2. Malenfant

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    What is the most important position in the game?
     
  3. Soccaballa2k3

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    How do you challenge some1 on MZ?
     
  4. chris boston

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    Malenfant, there isn't really one most important, but a good goalkeeper and striker would be good players to buy early on, but then so would a good defender. Midfield are important but you can get away with playing long balls so not needing any decent ones yet. :p

    Soccaballa, I think I explained that at the top of this page. :S
     
  5. Mutt

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    hmmm ive heard bout players being maxed in a skill... i have a 19 yr old keeper and have been training him for some time in keeping and he hasnt gained a ball.. hes only 5 in keeping.. what is being maxed out.. thought it was when a player has 10 balls..
     
  6. chris boston

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    A player has maxed when they have four or more balls and don't appear on the training report... so it's possible your keeper has maxed in keeping.
     
  7. Mutt

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    so if he does appear on training report, as improving.. then he isnt maxed and i should keep training him?
     
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    how do i add a picture to my wfo ? (i forgot!)
     
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    <img src=img address here>

    Don't put "" thingies around the image address.
     
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    Yes
     
  11. LegalGod

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    mmm..

    Is not a question...is just a opinion...or else..

    Is form a factor in the training? (More Form, more speed to get balls).

    I think yes...but...Is a question :)
     
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    Nope, the form do not affect the training.

    //Ulric_B - (GA) Sweden
     
  13. NomadsFC

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    how can i put pictures in my wfo. right now i uploaded a few images onto villagephoto.com but they dont show in my wfo and i checked many times to make sure i used the right code. does villagephoto.com not work anymore?
     
  14. Ash

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    thank i will try that site now
     
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    for editing presentation -yes-but....

    for puting a picture in wfo you need only to show the path to the file on your HDD which meets requirements(size 75X90 pixels and 15 kb of capacity);)
     
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    really? :confused:
     
  19. burn-unit

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    when playing a 3-5-2 (the best tactoc on mz it seeems) is it best to play two wide advancing midfielders and a defensive midfeilder just behind 2 pure central midfielders?

    i.e

    left wing-------------------------------------right wing

    ----------central mid 1------central mid 2----------

    ---------------------defensive mid----------------------

    and with this tactic is it best to play short passing because you have 5 in midfeild?

    also i have 4 youth team players 3 of which are avaliable for selection one of which is not, why is this?

    should you bother with youth team players who are crap to begin with? i.e worth 15k gbp?

    for a division 5 team in the uk how many youth team players should you have coming through? as many as you can afford or about 4 or 5?

    thanks in advance, manager of burn-unit.
     
  20. Pontefract City

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    For your selection problem, click on the player's name and then click 'Select' or 'Non-Select'...whichever one comes up (can't remember). It will change his status to selected so you will now see him in the tactics page. There's no point in decreasing the amount of youths. The majority of youths (and by that I mean about 95%) start off rubbish. Just put coaches on them and train them, you'll then have them gaining balls in no time. Though if you don't want to take up this task or can't afford it, then I suggest you limit your youths to about 4,5 or 6. I don't know what country you are in but for the sake of it we'll say England. England has quite a big market compared to others so you can buy in players instead of raising them. If you are from Scotland/Wales then you'll find they have very small markets and it's incredibly hard to keep a good player who goes on the list in Scotland/Wales. So it's better to train youths and improve the market.

    As for your tactics...go with what works for you...
     
      

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