Talk OSM: Tactics, Training Camps, Crews and tell us your suggestions.
@SNYQ513 Mario I can't thank you enough for your response and your detailed post.
That's exactly what I was talking about earlier. We need to hear and learn from every manager what he/she likes or dislikes from the game's features or share new ideas, in order for the game developers to have a data base to help them with future changes and improvements on our game site. I really appreciate your post Mario.
@maricja_NL Ja klopt alleen gebruiken we nog heel veel ons eigen forum (oude). Jammer dat die straks komen te verdwijnen maar ik hoop dan wel dat onze andere leden hun weg hier naar toe vinden maar welkom trouwens Maricja
echt zonde dat je dus verplicht word te stoppen met t oude forum
laat dat gwn voor wat t is denk ik dan
Sajnos teljesen rendezetlenül.
Reggel(hajnalban) is jelentkezik,ahogy napközben,illetve este folyamán.
Az előbb is többször jelentkezett ahogy állítottam be az egyik csapatomat:csatárt beállítottam,majd mikor a középpályát akartam,kilépett erre a hibaüzenetre,majd mikor újra visszamentem és folytattam a beállítást,a védőbeállításnál újra kilépett.
First of all, a big shout out to SpecialOne for making this the first topic in the Blog section. Also thank you to all those who supported this idea, right after the first publishing. Thank you very much.
The Good, the Bad, and the Not So Bad
One of the most interesting things in football is to see underdog clubs rising towards the limelight. We’ve had a great exemple in the 2015/2016 Premier League Season, Leicester City: the perfect fairy tale of football, teamwork power, and how the combination of will, hard work and belief can be stronger than money.
But what goes up, must come down… or rather, in football, if some clubs go up, some others might come down. Take, for exemple, AC Milan and Internazionale. Two great teams, with a lot of Champions League titles, home titles, and the label of ‘Big European Clubs’. Where are they now? Well, we all know where they are – or where they’re not – but we must ask ourselves how come two great teams like these can’t even reach the Europa League qualification. And the reason for that is simple: the interest for money took over the interest for glory. And who should we point our finger to? To the players that forgot what loving your shirt means, the fans that let all this happen, and specially the board, that cared about income rather than any other thing.
Although, there is escape from this, and Liverpool and PSV have proven that. It all started where it had to start: the fans, that demanded more than they were given by Roy Hodgson, Kenny Dalgish and Brendan Rodgers; then, the board, that realized they had to do something otherwise they would be in serious trouble, and therefore started changing some stuff around, starting with the signing of Jürgen Klopp (also demanded by the fans); and finally the players, that with a great help of the manager, started noticing how big the weight of wearing a Liverpool shirt was. And same goes with PSV, where the fans were having enough with Ajax winning every year, and that resulted in the board getting Phillip Cocu to sign and changing the mindset of the players, giving home titles and Champions League loud appearances.
This makes us think about Manchester United. Are they still Good? Are they already Bad? Or is the salvation process already starting, and they're Not So Bad at all? Only time... and the fans... will tell.
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