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Game: FIFA 20
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House Rules
Squad Rules
Competition squad rules must be abided by. The following rules are in effect for the competitions that the club may compete in. Tweak for your league:

Liga NOS
Minimum of 6 First-Year Senior Team players in the squad
Maximum size of 53 players
Maximum of 1 player allowed on loan from a team in the same division at one time

Taca de Portugal
No Squad Registration Rules

UEFA Champions League

Maximum squad size of 25 players
Minimum of 2 goalkeeepers selected
Minimum of 4 players trained at the club between their 15th and 21st birthday
Minimum of 8 players trained in the nation between their 15th and 21st birthday
Maximum of 1 player who has been registered in an European competition at another club
Maximum of 3 players can be swapped after the Winter Transfer Window
Players who are 21 years old or younger and have been registered at the club for at least one year do not have to be registered

UEFA Europa League
Maximum squad size of 25 players
Minimum of 2 goalkeeepers selected
Minimum of 4 players trained at the club between their 15th and 21st birthday
Minimum of 8 players trained in the nation between their 15th and 21st birthday
Maximum of 1 player who has been registered in an European competition at another club
Maximum of 3 players can be swapped after the Winter Transfer Window
Players who are 21 years old or younger and have been registered at the club for at least one year do not have to be registered.
Special Dispensation
FIFA does not simulate B teams which some countries have. If you are playing with a club in a country with a B-team system (i.e. Spain or Portugal), you can carry an additional 5 players for DOMESTIC competitions. However, if you play them in 5 league matches between registration periods, you have to register them in the next registration period.

Players who are not registered in any squad or using any special squad rulings must be loaned out or sold as soon as possible.

Training
The combination of training and dynamic potential is overpowered, therefore:

· You can only train players who are in your youth academy.
· Players in your youth academy can only be trained to 60 overall.
· If a player comes into your youth academy ABOVE 60 overall, you cannot train them.
· Once a player is promoted to your senior team, they can no longer be trained.
· You cannot, under any circumstances, train a player in your senior team. This includes players who are under 60 overall in your senior team.

Scouting
Players must come mostly from countries where you would expect an English team to recruit players from, primarily the UK and Ireland. Players from English speaking countries, for example the US, Australia or Malta, or the Commonwealth will be given some preference as well. Players from continental European leagues will be preferred to players from Asian or South American leagues without good reason to simulate work permit restrictions.

· Adjust this rule as needed for the country you are playing in. Example: Spain would sign players from South American leagues because of the players gaining homegrown status in 2 years. Similarly, Portugal leaning on Brazilians because of the one-year wait. Countries like the Netherlands should be less restrictive.

After March 2019 no non-UK, or UK overseas territory, nationality player can be signed for the club without meeting one of a set of criteria. Firstly, if the player was born in the UK or a UK overseas territory but has a different designated FFA nationality. Secondly, they have played in a UK league for at least 2 seasons. Thirdly they have a minimum of 10 international caps. Finally, they have played in a major international competition or European club competition. A maximum of 3 non-UK nationality players can be signed per window after March 2019. This is to simulate the effect of Brexit on the transfer market.

Players must be A) scouted through the GTN or B) performing in a league and/or competition that would realistically garner attention. For example, an English 17-year-old in the MLS would not garner attention and therefore unless you had a scout in the U.S., you cannot sign that player. If said English 17-year-old was the top scorer in the Europa League regardless of what club he is playing for, you can sign that player as media attention would be heaped on that player. Youth academy scouting must follow the same rules as the above rule about where players should come from. Most of the club’s youth academy should be and will be English or English-speaking. There will be a secondary preference given to Commonwealth countries or countries with high UK immigration numbers (Nigeria, Poland, India etc).

Youth Academy
As to which youth academy players are selected, any English player with a 90+ MAXIMUM potential (i.e. 69-93) in their first month of being scouted must be signed. If their potential drops, you can’t release them from the club until they are 17 and/or demand to be signed to the first team.
Players from the preference countries must be scouted a minimum of 3 months and their MINIMUM potential has to be 80+ before you can sign them to my youth academy. Players from other countries (i.e. Brazil, Finland, Germany, etc.) must be scouted a minimum of 5 months and their MINIMUM potential has to be 85+ before you can them to my youth academy. This is to A) simulate that a club would only want the best of the best from another country out of their normal scouting sphere and B) increase the chance of players being poached as you have to wait on them longer.

Additionally:
· You can only have two scouts at any time.
· One scout must stay in your club’s home country at all times.
· The second scout can only do six-month stints in other countries.
· Players must be signed to your senior team if you need to make room for new players in your academy.
· If a player in your academy requests to be promoted or they will leave, you must promote them and then sell and/or release them as soon as possible.

Contracts (Tenative)
A wage structure must be maintained at all times (or at the very least an earnest attempt should be made as this isn't exactly easy to do).
Players will be put into the tiered squad roles as follows: 4 crucial first team players, 9 important first team players, 15 squad rotation players, unlimited number of any player below squad rotation.
Every player in a tier must make the same amount per week. Each tier down must make 35 percent less than the tier above. For example, if crucial first team players make 150,000 a week, important first team players must make 115,000 a week and so on.
The numbers are hard caps. If you bring in a crucial first team player, a crucial first team player has to leave or take a pay cut. If a crucial first team player accepts a pay cut, an important first team player must leave or take a pay cut and so on.
If a player demands a raise to the next tier up and there is no room for them, they must be sold in the next possible window. No exceptions.
The wage structure will be enacted after the first season to allow for the players initially on the roster to be fit into it.
All players in Spain must have a release clause in their contract per Spanish Law. If they don't agree to it, you can't sign them. Period.[/list]

Transfers In
At no point will you use sites like sofifa, FUTWiz, etc.
As stated above in the scouting portion, players who are bought must fit into the categories above. No exceptions.
During player negotiations, players who are 22 and under and who are scouted as “high potential” players and not expected to be in the club’s regular rotation, must have 20% added to their transfer value. For example, if player X is 10 million, you must offer the club 12 million. Counter offers of a higher value can be negotiated in any manner you see fit as long as the 20% increase is maintained.
Players who are 22 and under and who are scouted as “high potential” players and who are expected to be part of the club’s regular rotation, must have 40% added to their transfer value. Players who are expected to be a part of the regular first team must have 100% added to their transfer value. The transfer market is outrageous these days. you shouldn’t be signing 18-year-old world beating first team regulars for 10 million.
You can only sign one player per season on a free contract in January. However, the player must either be A) under the average overall of the players at that position or B) a crucial first team player.
You can sign up to 3 players on free contracts from a club beneath you in the table OR a club in a lower-caliber league in the final month of the season (June).
You can sign players for bargains in the final season of their contract. This extends to players under 22, but the percentage increase must be accounted for.
Any player signed must fit into the wage structure of the club. If a player breaks the wage structure, it must be adjusted to match (i.e. players getting raises to match new high). However, the player quotas cannot be changed and as such, sales must be made to balance.
You can match any player's release clause. If the release clause is too low for a player of a certain caliber, 100% must be added to it.
You must delegate all transfer dealings to simulate having a sporting director.

Transfers Out
Wage structure rules apply.
You can only force crucial and important first team players to stay by pricing them out of a move.
You can haggle with squad rotation players’ prices, but you cannot price them out of a move.
If a bid comes in above 50 percent of a player under squad rotation’s value, you must sell them. No exceptions.

Player Exchanges
Player exchange transfers will be kept to a minimum.
If a young player is transferred as part of a player exchange and you would like to bring them back, you can at 150% of their value.

Financial Fair Play
Every effort will be made to not exceed 30 million in debt at the end of the transfer window. If 30 million is exceed, sales must be made to balance by the end of the following year’s window (i.e. if in violation in Summer 2017 then by Summer 2018, the debt mu
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Post by Caesar » 30 Dec 2019, 02:19

Will I win the CL first with this club or Boro?! Find out next time on Dragon Ball Z! Same format as Gamba for this one.
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Post by Captain Canada » 09 Jan 2020, 23:19

Definitely going to try and keep up with this one.
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Post by djp73 » 10 Jan 2020, 10:18

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Post by Caesar » 11 Jan 2020, 02:50

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Post by Chillcavern » 11 Jan 2020, 02:54

only 6 Portuguese players :kghah:
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Post by Caesar » 11 Jan 2020, 12:42

Chillcavern wrote:
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only 6 Portuguese players :kghah:
Brazilians get Portuguese citizenship after a year in Portugal. There are actually like 10 Portuguese players there. Image
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Post by Chillcavern » 11 Jan 2020, 23:49

Shots on target was very close for losing 2-0

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Post by James » 12 Jan 2020, 00:33

That game recap looks great
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Post by Caesar » 13 Jan 2020, 01:51

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Post by Xixak » 14 Jan 2020, 18:21

Gotta get that first win bro
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Post by Chillcavern » 14 Jan 2020, 22:39

Dominate the game and settle for a draw

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