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    The FM Whizzkids are back again with a brand new update Football Manager 2016.

    The update includes multiple changes that include:

    • Transfers
    • Contracts altered
    • Squad numbers changed
    • Staff movement
    • Free agents sorted
    • Raised player reputations
    • Loans of 6 months+
    + Much more to come as the Football season progresses.

    With 565,000 downloads in 4 years, I hope that you trust our work and download it to enjoy the most up-to-date content in the Football Manager community.

    Thanks.

    The created and edited work of JamesBeedie17.

    #WeAreTheManagers

    How to install The FM Whizzkids 2016 Update to FM16

    1. Move the downloaded .fmf file to:
      \Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2016\editor data\
      Create folder "editor data" if it doesn't exist already.

    2. Run Football Manager 2016 and start new save with this database enabled.

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    Changes to 15/01/2015: (last update before the patch 16.3)
    - Add League Cup in Latvia with real format (as always!)
    - Change format to Haiti (semi-finals and finals after each opening and closing stages)
    - Update 1st and 2nd division to Venezuela. For the 1st division, 20 clubs in 2015 and 2016 then 18 clubs from 2017, like IRL. Real relegation format between 2nd and 3rd division.



    Like for FM2013, FM2014 and FM2015, I'll make an effort to deliver some updates of missing countries, trying to make them as realistic as possible on the competition formats and the different rules (limit foreigner, transfer windows, league sorting, dates, break period, effectifs rules, match rules, Bosman law, etc).

    ATTENTION: Don't select more 69 updates of countries in same time! Otherwise, there is a crash dump to the creation of the game.
    You must extracted the files .fmf directly in the editor data folder without the 7 subfolders.
    You can select 74 of my updates (and all original leagues: 69+51= 120 playable countries) in same time (69 countries, CFU Championship, Oceania Champions League and the 3 International Competitions)

    Choose "Custom" during the creation of the game or like this:

    View large image

    With these updates and the original leagues, there is therefore now playable with a maximum of realism on the format of competitions and rules:
    - All countries in Europe
    - All countries in South America (1st and 2nd division)
    - The 25 best countries in Asia
    - The 15 best countries in Africa
    - The 13 best countries in North America (All nations playing CONCACAF Champions League are represented) and the CFU Club Championship (all Carribean Nations are represented).
    - The 10 best countries in Oceania
    - Addition of 3 International Competitions.

    Enjoy. :D



    Megapack Contents


    AFRICA: 14 updates

    Algeria: 1st and 2nd division, Cup, Super Cup
    Angola: 1st division, Cup, Super cup
    Cameroon: 1st division, Cup
    Congo: 1st division, Cup, Super cup
    DR Congo: 1st division, Cup, Super cup
    Egypt: 1st division, Cup, Super Cup
    Ghana: 1st division, Cup, Super Cup
    Ivory Coast: 1st division, Cup, Super Cup
    Mali: 1st division, Cup, Super cup
    Morocco: 1st and 2nd division, Cup
    Nigeria: 1st division, Cup, Super Cup
    Sudan: 1st division, Cup
    Tunisia: 1st and 2nd division, Cup
    Zambia: 1st division, Cup, Super cup

    ASIA: 17 updates

    Bahrain: 1st and 2nd division, King's Cup, FA Cup, Super cup
    Iran: 1st and 2nd division, Cup
    Iraq: 1st division, Cup, Super Cup
    Japan: 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th division, Emperor's Cup, League Cup, Super Cup, Suruga Bank Cup.
    Jordan: 1st and 2nd division, Cup, Super cup
    Kuwait: 1st division, Emir Cup, Crown Prince Cup, Federation Cup, Super Cup
    Lebanon: 1st and 2nd division, Cup, Elite cup, Super cup
    Myanmar: 1st and 2nd division, Cup and Super cup
    Oman: 1st and 2nd division, Cup, Federation cup, Super cup
    Qatar: 1st and 2nd division, Emir Cup, Crown Prince Cup, Stars cup, Sheikh Qassim Cup
    Saudi Arabia: 1st, 2nd and 3rd division, Champions cup, Crown prince Cup, Super Cup
    Syria: 1st division, Cup and Super cup
    Thailand: 1st, 2nd and 3rd division, Cup, League cup, Super cup
    United Arab Emirates: 1st and 2nd division, President cup, Emirates cup, FA cup, Super cup
    Uzbekistan: 1st division, Cup, PFL cup, Super cup
    Vietnam: 1st and 2nd division, Cup, Super cup
    Yemen: 1st and 2nd division, Cup and Super cup

    EUROPE: 18 updates
    Albania: 1st and 2nd division, Cup, Super Cup
    Andorra: 1st and 2nd division, Cup, Super Cup
    Armenia: 1st and 2nd (Reserves) division, Cup, Super Cup
    Azerbaijan: 1st and 2nd division, Cup, Super Cup
    Bosnia-Herzegovina: 1st and 2nd division, Cup
    Cyprus: 1st, 2nd and 3rd division, Cup, Super Cup
    Estonia: 1st and 2nd division, Cup, Super Cup
    Faroe Islands: 1st and 2nd division, Cup, Super Cup
    FYROM: 1st and 2nd division, Cup, Super Cup
    Georgia: 1st, 2nd and 3rd division, Cup, Super Cup
    Kazakhstan: 1st and 2nd division, Cup, Super Cup
    Latvia: 1st and 2nd division, Cup, League Cup, Super Cup
    Lithuania: 1st and 2nd division, Cup, Super Cup
    Luxembourg: 1st and 2nd division, Cup
    Malta: 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th division, Cup, Super Cup
    Moldova: 1st and 2nd division, Cup, Super Cup
    Montenegro: 1st and 2nd division, Cup
    San Marino: 1st division, Cup, Super Cup

    NORTH AMERICA: 12 updates

    - CFU Club Championship : The Carribean Champions League qualifying for the Concacaf Champions League for the Top3
    Belize: 1st division
    Costa Rica: 1st and 2nd division, Cup
    Cuba: 1st division, Cup
    El Salvador: 1st and 2nd division
    Guatemala: 1st and 2nd division
    Haiti: 1st division, Cup, Super cup
    Honduras: 1st division, Cup
    Jamaica: 1st and 2nd division, Cup
    Nicaragua: 1st division
    Panama: 1st and 2nd division
    Trinidad & Tobago: 1st and 2nd division, FA Trophy, Pro Bowl, League cup, Toyota classic cup, Goal shield, Charity Shield

    OCEANIA: 11 updates

    - Oceania Champions League + Melanesian Super Cup : For correct continental qualification with my Oceania's updates.
    American Samoa: 1st and 2nd division, Cup
    Cook Islands: 1st division, Cup
    Fiji: 1st division, Inter district championship, FA Cup, Battle of the Giants, Champions vs champion
    New-Caledonia: 1st division, Cup
    New-Zealand: 1st division, Regionals Leagues (D2+D3), Charity Cup, Chatham Cup
    Papua New-Guinea: 1st division
    Samoa: 1st division, Cup
    Solomon Islands: 1st division, Cup
    Tahiti: 1st and 2nd division, Cup
    Vanuatu: 1st division, National soccer league, FA shield, TVL Smile Cup

    SOUTH AMERICA: 5 updates

    Bolivia: 1st and 2nd division, Cup
    Ecuador: 1st and 2nd division
    Paraguay: 1st and 2nd division
    Peru: 2nd division activated, Format of the 1st division and Torneo del Inca from 2016 correct (16 teams instead 17)
    Venezuela: 1st and 2nd division, Cup

    INTERNATIONAL: 3 updates

    - Baltic Cup: Every 2 years
    - Gulf Cup Of Nations: Every 2 years
    - Oceania Cup U20: Every 2 years


    How to add the claassen's leagues to Football Manager 2016

    1. Extract the downloaded .rar file using 7-zip for Windows or The Unarchiver for Mac OS X.

    2. Move the extracted .fmf leagues you want to the following location:
      Documents / Sports Interactive / Football Manager 2016 / editor data
      Create the "editor data" folder if it doesn't exist.

    3. Open FM 2016 and start a new save-game with your selected databases of choice.

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    After the success of Smooth’15 last year. We have returned with a bigger and better logo pack for Football Manager 2016. Not only have we added more leagues, we have gone through and updated the current team logo’s to the 2015/16 season.

    • *NEW* All playable leagues covered plus much more!
    • Clean and sleek look, easy on the eye. Suitable for all skins!
    • Competition logos also included.

    Smooth’16 Logos – Update 1.0
    We are back with update 1.0! Adding more logos, bringing more fixes to existing club logos and competition logos. Make sure you re-download this and follow the instructions below to enjoy the full benefit of the Smooth’16 Update 1.0. Full list of changes available here.

    Extract the « RAR » file, copy the folder « Smooth’16 – Update 1.0 » in this path: Documents / Sports Interactive / Football Manager 2016 / graphics.

    Make sure you delete the original smooth’16 logopack (If you already have it) you have in your graphics folder and replace it with new file. Restart Football Manager 2016 and you’re all ready to go.

    Europe
    Austria – 24 Logos
    Azerbaijan – 14 Logos
    Belarus – 28 Logos
    Belgium – 70 Logos
    Bosnia and Herzegovina – 18 Logos
    Bulgaria – 34 Logos
    Croatia – 25 Logos
    Cyprus – 16 Logos
    Czech Republic – 35 Logos
    Denmark – 32 Logos
    England – 200+ Logos
    Estonia – 10 Logos
    Finland – 24 Logos
    France – 63 Logos
    FYR Macedonia – 10 Logos
    Georgia – 17 Logos
    Germany – 58 Logos
    Greece – 44 Logos
    Hungary – 35 Logos
    Iceland – 24 Logos
    Ireland – 23 Logos
    Israel – 30 Logos
    Italy – 103 Logos
    Kazakhstan – 18 Logos
    Lithuania – 14 Logos
    Malta – 14 Logos
    Moldova – 11 Logos
    Netherlands – 38 Logos
    Northern Ireland – 28 Logos
    Norway – 84 Logos
    Poland – 37 Logos
    Portugal – 122 Logos
    Romania – 40 Logos
    Russia – 42 Logos
    Scotland – 74 Logos
    Serbia – 36 Logos
    Slovakia – 36 Logos
    Slovenia – 20 Logos
    Spain – 146 Logos
    Sweden – 76 Logos
    Switzerland – 24 Logos
    Turkey – 75 Logos
    Ukraine – 32 Logos
    Wales – 15 Logos

    South America
    Argentina – 52 Logos
    Bolivia – 14 Logos
    Brazil – 108 Logos
    Chile – 34 Logos
    Colombia – 36 Logos
    Ecuador – 14 Logos
    Paraguay – 16 Logos
    Peru – 34 Logos
    Uruguay – 32 Logos
    Venezuela – 22 Logos

    Asia
    China – 37 Logos
    Hong Kong – 12 Logos
    India – 32 Logos
    Indonesia – 71 Logos
    Iran – 18 Logos
    Japan – 18 Logos
    Kuwait – 14 Logos
    Lebanon – 14 Logos
    Malaysia – 24 Logos
    Qatar – 16 Logos
    Saudi Arabia – 14 Logos
    Singapore 12 – Logos
    South Korea – 22 Logos
    Thailand – 19 Logos
    UAE – 14 Logos
    Uzbekistan – 13 Logos

    Africa
    Algeria – 16 Logos
    Angola – 16 Logos
    Egypt – 21 Logos
    Ghana – 20 Logos
    Ivory Coast – 14 Logos
    Morocco – 29 Logos
    Nigeria – 23 Logos
    South Africa – 36 Logos
    Tunisia – 20 Logos

    North America
    Costa Rica – 14 Logos
    Cuba – 10 Logos
    Honduras – 10 Logos
    Jamaica – 12 Logos
    Mexico – 32 Logos
    USA – 30 Logos

    Oceania
    Australia – 101 Logos
    New Zealand – 10 Logos

    How to add Smooth'16 logos on Football Manager 2016


    1. Download the .rar archive and use a tool such as 7-zip for Windows or The Unarchiver for MacOSX to extract its contents.

    2. Move the extracted contents to your graphics folder:
      \Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2016\graphics\logos\
      Create folders "graphics" and "logos" if they don't exist already.
      If you're installing an updated version, simply overwrite everything.

    3. Run Football Manager 2016 and go to Preferences > Interface:
      Disable Using caching to decrease page loading times
      Enable Reload Skin when confirming changes in preferences
      Hit the Confirm button


    Warning

    This creation Smooth’16 is a property of the site Passionate FM and is for free use and for personal use only. Want to share this logopack on other sites? Please get in contact with us and we will discuss permissions.

    For more information please visit our website.
    Follow us on Twitter.
    Like us on Facebook.

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    This database adds the French regional divisions as playable in FM 2016 down to level 7.

    It respects the pyramidal structure of the championships of France but also entry into competitions Coupe de France and Coupe de League, something UNPRECEDENTED.

    Released: 20 Dec 2015 - v1.0
    Updated: 14 Jan 2016 - v2.3

    Produced by the French community manager-online.fr (original thread in French).


    France Level 7 FM16 Preview















    How to add French lower leagues in FM16

    1. Move the downloaded .fmf file to:
      \Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2016\editor data\
      Create folder "editor data" if it doesn't exist already.

    2. Run Football Manager 2016 and start new save with this database enabled.

    3. It's highly recommended to disable "Do not Add Key Staff" and enable "Add Players to Playable Teams" in advanced options.

    4. It's also recommended to load all players from France using the Advanced... Database Size options.

    Credits

    Created by Sanglier_Lorrain, Donniephaco54, Aldav & Beny62.

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    Delhi Dynamos are in the Hero Indian Super League.

    There is no limit to how many foreign players you can have in your squad or starting lineup for the Indian competitions.

    You are the Hero Indian Super League champions, Federation Cup champions, Durand Cup champions, AFC Champions League champions.

    They are the richest team in the world, they have the biggest transfer budget, the biggest stadium and the best players in the world in their squad.

    Can you keep them winning trophies?


    How to make Delhi Dynamos best in the world on FM16

    1. Move the downloaded .fmf to the following location:
      Documents / Sports Interactive / Football Manager 2016 / editor data
      Create the "editor data" folder if it doesn't exist.

    2. Open FM 2016 and start a new save-game with this database selected.

    Credits

    Based on Indian Super League database by pr0.

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    All the teams from English Premier League will start off with a transfer budget of $599M and payroll available of $690M p/a.
    All of their loan debts as well as player appearance clauses are also removed.

    How to use this database on FM16

    1. Move the downloaded .fmf to the following location:
      Documents / Sports Interactive / Football Manager 2016 / editor data
      Create the "editor data" folder if it doesn't exist.

    2. Open FM 2016 and start a new save-game with this database selected.

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    For the new season, FMclub is really pleased to show you his Kit template : the TW. This template was created by Teenway, administrator of the french website fmclub.fr and pack was done by allezrcs94 and Teenway. Project advance slowly but surely to purpose always more content.

    Redistribution:

    If you want to share the pack, link this download page and our forum; do not host the files elsewhere.

    How to install

    Step 1

    Download the .zip archive and use a tool such as 7-zip for Windows or The Unarchiver for MacOSX to extract the folders.


    Step 2

    Copy those folders to:
    \Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2016\graphics\kits\

    Create folders "graphics" and "kits" if they don't exist already.

    Step 3

    Run Football Manager 2016 and go to: Preferences > Interface

    Make sure that you tick the check box on the page called 'Reload skin when confirming changes in Preferences' and un-tick then box saying 'Use caching to decrease page loading times'. Hit Confirm.

    There should be a box that pops up saying 'loading image data for the new skin'. Once this is done your graphics should be working within the game.

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  • 01/17/16--10:47: CFM Skin 2016 v1.3
  • CFM Skin 2016 v1.3
    Skin for FM 2016 regular career mode. Works really well on all popular resolutions (1366x768px, 1600x900px, 1920x1080px).

    Released: 24.12.2015
    Last Update: 17.01.2016 - v1.3

    Credits:

    • FLUT (FM 2016 FLUT skin)
    • Wannachupbrew (Wannachupbrew FM16 skin)
    • michaeltmurrayuk (https://sites.google.com/site/michaeltmurrayuk/)
    • ArtDekDok
    • DazS8
    • Yrkomm16

    CFM Skin 2016 v1.3 Key Features:

    1. New Scoreboard
    2. New coach panel
    3. Reworked "match in between highlights panel"
    4. New news panel

    CFM Skin 2016 v1.3 Preview


























    How to add CFM Skin in FM16

    1. Download and extract the .rar file (using either 7-Zip for Windows or The Unarchiver for Mac).

    2. Place the "CFM Skin 2016 v1.3" folders here:
      Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2016\skins
      Create the folder "skins" if it doesn't exist.

    3. Start FM16 and go to Preferences screen and then into the Interface tab.
      You should see CFM Skin 2016 v1.3 as option in the skin drop down of the Overview box.
      Hit the Confirm button.

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    I would like to thank everyone who has supported me for the past 2 years.
    Can't thank you enough.
    Hope you all enjoy my new database for FM16.

    TheFMEditor / Steve85

    Released: 14 Nov, 2015
    Updated: 18th Jan 2016

    As usual I will be working on non-league changes in England, Scotland and a host of other countries.

    Update 14.11 Contents

    England Level 11
    The initial version of my FM16 database includes the real format of English football pyramid down to Level 11.


    Transfers
    Managers
    Coaches
    Contracts
    Free Agents
    Loans
    77 Raised wonderkids Reputations (more to follow)
    306 Non league transfers/staff in the UK
    51 Created non league players/staff in the UK
    38,708 changes from around the world





    How to install TheFMEditor 2016 Update to FM16

    1. Move the downloaded .fmf file to:
      \Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2016\editor data\
      Create folder "editor data" if it doesn't exist already.

    2. Run Football Manager 2016 and start new save with this database enabled.

    3. It's highly recommended to disable "Do not Add Key Staff" and enable "Add Players to Playable Teams" in advanced options.

    4. It's also recommended to load all players from the UK & Ireland region using the Advanced... Database Size options.


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    For the new season, FMclub is really pleased to show you his Kit template : the TW. This template was created by Teenway, administrator of the french website fmclub.fr and pack was done by allezrcs94 and Teenway. Project advance slowly but surely to purpose always more content.

    Redistribution:

    If you want to share the pack, link this download page and our forum; do not host the files elsewhere.

    How to install

    Step 1

    Download the .zip archive and use a tool such as 7-zip for Windows or The Unarchiver for MacOSX to extract the folders.


    Step 2

    Copy those folders to:
    \Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2016\graphics\kits\

    Create folders "graphics" and "kits" if they don't exist already.

    Step 3

    Run Football Manager 2016 and go to: Preferences > Interface

    Make sure that you tick the check box on the page called 'Reload skin when confirming changes in Preferences' and un-tick then box saying 'Use caching to decrease page loading times'. Hit Confirm.

    There should be a box that pops up saying 'loading image data for the new skin'. Once this is done your graphics should be working within the game.

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    Kit packs available on Team Z



    Premier League

    La Liga

    Ligue 1

    Bundesliga

    Serie A

    Scottish PL

    Jupiler Pro League

    MLS


    DEFAULT / TACTIC
    Update: 18/11/2015


    How to add Evo football kits 2015/16 to Football Manager 2015


    1. Use a tool such as 7-zip for Windows or The Unarchiver for MacOSX to extract the contents of the downloaded .rar files.

    2. Move the contents to:
      \Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2016\graphics\
      Create the folder "graphics" if it doesn't exist already.

    3. Run Football Manager 2016 and go to: Preferences > Interface
      Enable: 'Reload skin when confirming changes in Preferences'
      Disable: 'Use caching to decrease page loading times'.
      Clear Cache.
      Confirm.

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    PMSC Portrait Facepack 4.0


    Download PMSC Portrait Facepack (10.8 GB)

    There are 11 core parts, each of them is 1 GB except the last (9th) that is 800 MB.

    Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4 Part 5 - Part 6 - Part 7 - Part 8
    Part 9 - Part 10 - Part 11



    Updates

    4.01

    4.02

    4.03

    4.04

    4.05

    4.06



    How to add PMSC Portrait Facepack to FM16

    1. Download all 11 parts which are in .rar archive format and use a tool such as 7-zip for Windows or The Unarchiver for MacOSX to extract their contents.
      Just extract PART 1 and all other parts will be extracted automatically.

    2. Move the folder "PMSC Portrait Facepack 4.00" to:
      \Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2016\graphics\
      Create the folder "graphics" if it doesn't exist.

    3. Open Football Manager 2016 and go to Preferences > Interface.
      Click the "Clear Cache" button.
      Enable "Reload skin when confirming changes in Preferences".
      Click the "Reload Skin" button.
      There should be a box that pops up saying 'loading image data for the new skin'. Once this is done your graphics should be working within the game.

    Do you want to contribute?
    Creating PMSC Portrait Faces via GIMP



    PMSC Icon Facepack 4.0



    Download PMSC Icon Facepack (180 MB)



    Updates

    4.01

    4.02

    4.03

    4.04

    4.05

    4.06



    How to add PMSC Icon Facepack to FM16

    1. Extract the downloaded .rar archive.

    2. Move the extracted folder "PMSC Icon Facepack 4.00" to:
      \Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2016\graphics\

    3. Open Football Manager 2016 and go to Preferences > Interface.
      Click the "Reload Skin" button.



    PMSC Pic-Generator





    Default Pictures



    Download Default PMSC Pictures (60 KB)


    How to use PMSC default pictures in FM16

    Move the 2 extracted folders "normal" and "small" to the pictures folder of your chosen skin:
    /Documents/Sports Interactive/Football Manager 2016/skins/skin name/graphics/pictures



    Credits

    PMSC Portrait Facepack is created by the German Football Manager community at Meister Trainer Forum.
    Original topic in German.

    Thanks to all contributors!
    Aachen4ever, BBB Croatia, BigBoss96, Bodylove, Commondore, crocodile, dNs, ggpofm, Knoetsch, Luciano Vietto, maalivahti, makua, matze616, P-Jo, Shakespeare, smedhult, svennos, Urban Classic, Vay, Veyron

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  • 01/21/16--00:02: Marius 4-2-3-1 for FM 2016
  • This year edition of tactic is in 4231 formation.Last year tactic had over 5000 downloads so I hope you will enjoy this years edition .
    Control and Fluid shape.



    What is differently done here than all other tactics made by users, is tempo and passing.

    Tempo and Passing explained

    Direct Passing + Fast Tempo = Pump ball up as quick and often as possible
    Direct Passing + Slow Tempo = Work ball around for a while until you see an opening and then pump it forward

    Short Passing + Fast Tempo = Quickly move the ball up the pitch while keeping it on the ground.
    Short Passing + Slow Tempo = Gradually and patiently build up the attack.

    We choose direct and slow because it suits our players' formation and style of play.
    Players will work ball around for a while until you see an opening and then pump it forward.
    Pass in space and roaming utilizing this kind of play greatly.

    Key player attributes

    Defenders central: Positioning, Acceleration
    Full backs: Anticipation, Concentration, Positioning
    Central midfielders and AMC: VISION, technique, decisions, composure, balance, passing
    Wingers: Off the ball, flair, dribbling, finishing
    Forward: see the screenshot below :)


    More information

    Training: Balanced
    Match Prep: look to your scout on the next opposition, assistant manager handles OP instructions

    Shape


    Sample Match

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  • 01/21/16--00:43: Esalogos 2016 by FM.it
  • After last year's success, it's a pleasure for football-manager.it present Esalogos' project evolution, update for Football Manager 2016.
    After several weeks of work and effort in pushing forward the project from Andrew1684, Peluc, Matti21 and Pacman, we are proud to present the new serie's pack of ESALOGOS!

    Esalogos FM16 Preview





    For any information, request or error please contact us at: football-manager.it

    Below is a list of the leagues updated which we provide you logos, enjoy!


    Europe - UEFA

    Austria - Fußball-Bundesliga by Pelüc [download]
    Belgio - Jupiler Pro League by Matti21 [download]
    Croazia - MAXtv Prva Liga by Andrew1684 [download]
    Danimarca - Superligaen by Pacman [download]
    Francia - Ligue 1 by Andrew1684 [download]
    Francia - Ligue 2 by Andrew1684 [download]
    Francia - Championnat National by Andrew1684 [download]
    Galles - Corbett Sports Welsh Premier League by Andrew1684 [download]
    Germania - Bundesliga by Matti21 [download]
    Germania - Zweite Liga by Matti21 [download]
    Grecia - Souper Ligka Ellada by Pacman [download]
    Inghilterra - Barclay’s Premier League by Andrew1684 [download]
    Inghilterra - Sky Bet Championship by Andrew1684 [download]
    Inghilterra - Sky Bet League One by Andrew1684 [download]
    Inghilterra - Sky Bet League Two by Andrew1684 [download]
    Inghilterra - Vanarama Conference by Andrew1684 [download]
    Inghilterra - Vanarama Conference North by Andrew1684 [download]
    Inghilterra - Vanarama Conference South by Andrew1684 [download]
    Irlanda del Nord - Danske Bank Premiership by Andrew1684 [download]
    Italia - Serie A by Pelüc [download]
    Italia - Serie B by Matti21 [download]
    Italia - Lega Pro / Gironi A-B-C by Pacman, Matti21, Andrew1684 [download]
    Norvegia - Tippaenligaen by Pelüc [download]
    Olanda - Eredivisie by Matti21 [download]
    Portogallo - Primeira Liga by Pelüc [download]
    Repubblica Ceca - Gambrinus Liga by Pacman [download]
    Repubblica d'Irlanda - SSE Airtricity League by Andrew1684 [download]
    Russia - SOGAZ Russian Premier League by Pacman [download]
    Scozia - Ladbrokes Premiership by Andrew1684 [download]
    Scozia - Ladbrokes Championship by Andrew1684 [download]
    Scozia - Ladbrokes League One by Andrew1684 [download]
    Scozia - Ladbrokes League Two by Andrew1684 [download]
    Serbia - Superliga Serba by Andrew1684 [download]
    Spagna - La Liga by Matti21 [download]
    Spagna - Liga Adelante by Pelüc [download]
    Svezia - Allsvenskan by Pelüc [download]
    Svizzera - Raiffeisen Super League by Andrew1684 [download]
    Svizzera - Brack.ch Challenge League by Andrew1684 [download]
    Turchia - Süper Lig by Pacman [download]
    Ucraina - Prem'er-Liha by Pelüc [download]


    South America - CONMEBOL

    Argentina - Primera División by Andrew1684 [download]
    Brasile - Brasileirão by Pelüc [download]
    Cile - Campeonato Nacional Scotiabank by Andrew1684 [download]
    Perù - Copa Movistar by Andrew1684 [download]
    Uruguay - Campeonato Uruguayo Primera División by Andrew1684 [download]


    North America - CONCACAF

    Stati Uniti - Major League Soccer by Andrew1684 [download]


    Asia - AFC

    Australia - Hyundai A-League by Andrew1684 [download]


    How to add Esalogos'16 logos on Football Manager 2016


    1. Download the individual league logopacks which are .zip archives and use a tool such as 7-zip for Windows or The Unarchiver for MacOSX to extract its contents.

    2. Move the extracted folders to your graphics folder:
      \Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2016\graphics\logos\
      Create folders "graphics" and "logos" if they don't exist already.
      If you're installing an updated version, simply overwrite everything.

    3. Run Football Manager 2016 and go to Preferences > Interface:
      Disable Using caching to decrease page loading times
      Enable Reload Skin when confirming changes in preferences
      Hit the Confirm button


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    Welcome to Melbourne City!
    Are you sick of playing the same boring leagues with the big European clubs? Why not try your hand at the Hyundai A-League in Australia? It has emerging talent, big name past players, and a genuine claim to being the most even league anywhere within the Football Manager database.


    Brief History

    Melbourne City is a club that has undergone tremendous change in its brief history, after initially entering the Hyundai A-League in the 2010-2011 season as Melbourne Heart. The Heart were the first expansion team to enter a city that already had a team, and creating the first cross town rivalry in the short history of the A-League.

    As Sir Alex Ferguson famously suggested about Liverpool when he first took over at Manchester United, the biggest obstacle for the new club was to knock the already established Melbourne Victory ‘off their perch’ as the largest club within Australia, and wrest control and support in the Victorian capital of Melbourne away from the foundation A-League side. As Melbourne Victory had been a foundation club within the league, and had a five year head start in the market, this proved to be a daunting task both on and off the field. Initial struggles to turn a profit, and only one appearance in the Hyundai A-League Finals Series in the first four seasons as a club, the project appeared to be stalling.

    In January 2014, it was announced that Melbourne Heart had been purchased by the City Football Group, the same consortium that owned Manchester City and the new MLS expansion side New York City FC. This new ownership group announced massive changes to the club itself, which would now be rebranded as Melbourne City FC, and adopt a new white kit with a navy and sky blue stripe as a tribute to the parent and brother clubs in Manchester and New York.




    Finances and Budget

    Interestingly, the Hyundai A-League operates as a league with a salary cap. Similar to the MLS, this is a league enforced wage budget that dictates how much clubs can spend on player contracts throughout the season. Outside of this cap, each A-League side can have two Marquee players, as well as three Under-23 Junior Marquees whose contracts are outside of this salary cap. This allows clubs to offer higher wages than normal to attract larger international stars to the club. Prominent Marquee players to have played in the A-League include Dwight Yorke, Alessandro Del Piero, Marc Janko, Harry Kewell and Emile Heskey.

    In addition to this, each team is only allowed to have five-registered foreign players. These league rules make the decision for City to invest in the club interesting, as they can only really flex their considerable financial muscle on two Marquee contracts each season. However, significant investment has been made in club facilities with a view to strengthening the development of Australian players. The City Football Academy opened in early 2015 at a cost of AU$15 million, a state of the art training city and academy for the Melbourne City A-League, Youth League and Women’s teams.

    Board Expectations and Media Prediction

    Considering the strength of the playing group and the significant investment made by the ownership group off the field, the board expectations at Melbourne City are not negotiable, and as manager you are expected to compete for the title.




    Best Tactics for default roster

    When Melbourne City was first founded, the foundation manager was ex Ajax and Dutch National Team Player John Van’t Schip. As such, the team has always held a distinctive Dutch influence, both in playing personnel that have included ex-Eredivisie players such as Orlando Engelaar, Gerald Sibon and Rutger Worm, and in the use of the 4-3-3 formation. The majority of the competitive fixtures the side have played since their formation have been extensions of the 4-3-3 and as such it makes sense to continue the use of this formation with the squad. As such I have attached an attacking 4-3-3, with an emphasis on the use of width, to make use of the strength of the wingers and fullbacks in the formation.




    The Marquee Men

    As noted earlier in this guide, each A-League club receives two Marquee contracts for the season in the A-League. At present these marquee players are Aaron Mooy and Robbie Koren.



    Aaron Mooy is perhaps the most in-form Australian anywhere in the world right now. This season he has been critical to the success of the Melbourne City and he has largely dragged the team to their league position in the last two years. 4 goals and 6 assists, and leading the league in chance creation, he is more than worthy of a Marquee spot in any team. However, in the game, his stats have not necessarily reflected his real-life play. Maybe worth keeping until the January Database update, at which point he will certainly gain a statistical boost but in his present form not entirely worthy of the 3-year Marquee deal he currently has in-game.



    Robbie Koren has perhaps been the unluckiest Marquee in the short history of the A-League. An established midfielder in the English Premier League, he has captained both Hull City and West Brom in those leagues. His late career move to the A-League has been largely a disappointment, with injuries, the emergence of talented and more mobile midfielders in Mooy, Mauk and Melling, and his own complaints about his role in the team highlighting a short spell. A hattrick away to Newcastle last year so far the only on field highlight, his injuries co-inciding with the sides best run of form heading into the finals, it will be up to you to find a suited role to get the most out of the clubs highest earner. At 34, he is unlikely worthy of an extension to his Marquee contract.


    Starting XI and Squad Analysis



    Goalkeepers – Thomas Sorenson and Tando Velaphi
    Two goalkeepers in such a small squad is absolutely fine. Further depth and emergency players can come from the youth team. In Thomas Sorensen, there is a player with over 100 caps for Denmark and in top tier football with the likes of Sunderland, Aston Villa and Stoke. Possibly the most experienced goalkeeper in the history of the A-League. His understudy, Tando Velaphi has years of experience within the league, at 27 unlikely to improve, but more than capable of acting as a first choice ‘keeper in the league.



    Fullbacks – Ivan Franjic, Michael Zullo, Jack Clisby and Paulo Retre
    In Ivan Franjic and Michael Zullo, Melbourne city have two Australian International fullbacks returning from largely unhappy spells in Europe. Both have the ability to become starting full-backs for the national team if they return to form and more importantly fitness. Behind them, Jack Clisby and Paulo Retre will continue their development and look to take their chances when injuries and international call-ups occur.



    Central Defenders – Aaron Hughes, Patrick Kisnorbo and Connor Chapman
    Melbourne City mixture of youth and tremendous experience at the centre back position. Aaron Hughes has represented Northern Ireland 96 times and is still a aprt of the squad that most recently qualified for Euro 2016. Hometown hero Patrick Kisnorbo has captained sides in the U.K. at clubs like Hearts, Leeds and Leicester. Both have tremendous experience and will likely vie for a starting spot alongside one of Australia’s most promising young defenders in Connor Chapman. Given the age of both Hughes and Kisnorbo, pace could be an issue at central defence. Versatile fullback Jack Clisby can also slot in at central defence.



    Central Midfield – Aaron Mooy, Eric Paartaalu, Robbie Koren, Jason Trifiro, James Brown, Jacob Melling and Stefan Mauk
    Melbourne City is blessed with a surfeit of Central Midfielders. Perhaps too many. Definitely too many. Aaron Mooy and Robbie Koren are the two Marquee players for Melbourne City and have been discussed as our Marquee men, but both would be among the first names on the team sheet. Erik Paartalu is a gifted defensive midfielder, as a 3-time A-League champion with Brisbane Roar, he more than capable of plying his trade in Europe after stints in Scotland earlier in his career. Youth Internationals Jacob Melling and Stefan Mauk both have the potential to surpass Mooy and Koren if given the game time develop. Jason Trifiro and James Brown are two of the poorest players in the club and as such, should be kept in a glass box that you only break in the most dire of emergencies.



    Wingers - Harry Novillo, David Williams, Ben Garruccio, Steve Kuzmanovski and Wade Dekker
    Perhaps the area with the most potential to strengthen is out wide. Ex-Lyon youth product Harry Novillo has all the technique and trickery to play well out wide, though he will need to be trained to play on the left wing, where he is more comfortable cutting back in. David Williams offers great pace out wide but his technical stats are poor. A higher quality right winger would be a decent pick-up. Youth Internationals Ben Garrucio Wade Dekker and Steven Kuzmanovski provide the back-up for these positions with Garrucio in particular ready for the step up to first-team football.



    Strikers – Bruno Fornaroli, Corey Gameiro and Marc Marino.
    Bruno Fornaroli was a large unknown coming into the A-League season, but since debut the Uruguayan forward has demonstrated the clinical finishing City have lacked since their inception. 7 goals in 9 league games at the time of writing is an impressive return from a player new to the league. Corey Gameiro will look to fulfill his potential after returning from ACL surgery in the previous season, but if he stays fit, his pace will be an asset. Youth international Marc Marino rounds out the squad and at 17, he has the largest room for development of any player in the first team squad.





    Given the first-class facilities, the salary cap, the ability to sign a big marquee player to try and attract more fans, and an established cross-town rival, Melbourne City can be one of the most entertaining saves in any football Manager Database around the world. Give it a try, you likely won't be disappointed!


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  • 01/21/16--01:27: Dutch Lower Leagues for FM16
  • - Activated the Third Division
    - Activated the Fourth Division
    - Activated the Fifth Division
    - Promotion and relegation from each division
    - Each division takes part in the domestic cup




    How to install the lower league database of Holland in Football Manager 2016

    1. Move the downloaded .fmf to the following location:
      Documents / Sports Interactive / Football Manager 2016 / editor data
      Create the "editor data" folder if it doesn't exist.

    2. Open FM 2016 and start a new save-game with this database selected.

    3. It's highly recommended to disable "Do not Add Key Staff" and enable "Add Players to Playable Teams" in advanced options.

    4. It's also recommended to load all players from Holland using the Advanced... Database Size options.

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    The return of the daddy of Football Manager tactics. FM14's Scholes Cant Tackle brought up to date for FM16.
    Possession based tactic, very good against bigger teams, counter works most of the time.

    Originally shared on Steam Workshop.

    Background

    What you will find on the Steam workshop are tactics that offer the Barcelona Tiki-Taka style of play with every midfielder having over 100 passes and the team having over 70% of the ball. That's all well and good but it has an issue for mid/low level teams trying to play aesthetically pleasing football and actually producing results. This tactic tries to address that and I have had success. So, I'm looking to share this with the community and develop the tactic and the theory over the course of this years game.

    This guide is a reworking of my famous iteration on FM14 (which is still the most popular on the Workshop).
    The theories and implementation are exactly the same regardless which version of Football Manager you are playing. The tactic, is timeless.



    What you will see

    As with standard Tiki-Taka tactics, you will see High Possession, High Percentage pass completion, and 'Sexy Football'... but, what you will also see is that even with teams with less than a perfect setup will be performing well and, most importantly for people playing possession football every week, creating enough goal scoring chances to justify the style.

    • High Pass completion in the Midfield (Average of 85%)
    • High Defensive Line
    • WB able to bomb forward
    • Low direct scoring from set-plays
    • Football which is pleasing to look at and get results against teams of similar and lower quality
    • Tough time outplaying really strong teams

    Ideal Starter tactic for teams developing towards a Tiki-Taka.


    Team Makeup

    As this is a tactic for the slightly less technically gifted teams that wish to play 'good' football it is important to recognize that you DON'T have world-class players at your club that will be able to play like Barcelona and produce results like Barcelona. But there is one thing every team can generate to be the same as Barcelona. Tactical Familiarity. I suggest that you learn ONLY this tactic at the start of the Season and Training should be all about Team Cohesion and Teamwork until your team can play this with their eyes closed.


    Key Attributes and PPM's per position

    Again, I know your not able to click your fingers and buy Xavi for your team but 'try' to get players who fit the roles with AT LEAST one of the required PPM's in each position and have them learn the missing ones asap.

    GK: none
    First Touch, Composure, Rushing Out

    WB: Get forward Whenever Possible, Sticks to (correct) Side of pitch when dibbling.
    Natural Fitness, Stamina, Pace, Acceleration, Teamwork, Work rate

    BPD: Likes to switch ball to opposite flank
    Composure, Passing

    CD: Marks opponent tightly.
    Strength, Aggression, Jumping Reach, Bravery, Tackling

    DM: Stays back at all times. Plays no through balls (Ideal PPM's yet not essential)
    Decisions, Anticipation, Teamwork, Composure, First Touch

    APS: Comes Deep to get ball, Plays One-Twos, Tries Killer Balls Often
    Composure, First Touch, Passing, Creativity, Anticipation

    APA: Moves Into Channels, Plays One-Twos, Arrives Late in Area, Tries killer balls often
    Composure, First Touch, Passing, Creativity, Anticipation, Off the ball

    WG: (If extremely fast) Hugs Touchline and Knocksball Past Opponents)
    Acceleration, Pace, Dribbling, Agility

    IFA: Moves into Channels, Runs with ball often, Cuts Inside
    Dribbling, Off the ball, Flair, Agility, Acceleration

    F9: If has excellent balance and composure, Dwells on Ball and Plays Killer Balls Often (Yes, I realize that it is hard to get both of these, but it's possible with correct regen and tutor after a few years), Runs with ball through Centre, Tries first time shots, Plays One-Twos
    Off the ball, Finishing, Passing, Technique, Composure

    Remember, the above list is the IDEAL and you should aim for one or two of the PPM's at 'weaker' teams.


    Player Instructions

    SWK: Distribute to Full Backs, Distribute quickly, Roll it out.

    CWB's (Attack): Get Further Forward, Stay Wider, Run Wide with Ball, Close Down More, Cross Aim Near Post, More Direct Passes

    BPD (Cover): Ease off Tackles

    CD (Stopper): Close Down More, Tackle Harder

    DM (Defend/Support depending on the quality of your best player) Pass Shorter, Mark Tighter

    AP (Support): Close Down More, More Direct Passes

    AP (Attack): More Direct Passes, Roam From Position, Close Down More.

    WG (Attack) Roam from Position, Shoot Less Often, Cross Aim Near Post, More Direct Passes

    IF (Attack) Roam from Position, Dribble More, Stay Wider, Cross Aim Near Post, Fewer Risky Passes

    FN: None


    Tactical Tips

    If your looking to hold onto a Lead or counter a powerful team. Don't change the formation or roles unless needed but switch Strategy to Attack, Drop Deeper, Pass into space and More Direct Passing and Run at Defence.

    To play out the last minutes in a bit more safety hit More Disciplined. Nothing more.

    If you find yourself having 'too much' possession and struggling to score, have the team Express Themselves more.
    Note: EXPRESS THEMSELVES is set to default in the workshop version. Having trouble at the back? Click it off.

    If the other team is camping on their 18 yard line blocking shot after shot, SLOW DOWN the play. Draw them out of position and make one good chance.

    Less than 55% posession? Click "Retain Possession".

    More than 66% possession? Click "More Direct Passes" and "Slightly Deeper" (This means the other team isnt pressing you).

    Other team hitting you on the counter? click play "Slightly Wider".


    Set Pieces

    My set pieces are set to short with strong emphasis on ball retention. So, CB stay back at all times and corners will be short to a supporting wide player. Keep it.















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    FMTGW Skin is our third skin made for Football Manager and our first for FM16. It is made by AlexMorak, the graphic designer of our team.

    FMTGW Official FM16 Skin is similar to our Anniversary FM15 Skin, with many functions being the same but in the future there will be updates with new additions, such as possible bug fixes and new graphical design on some of the game menus.

    v1.2 Features:
    • Background Selector (10 different choices)
    • TV Logo Selector
    • Instant Result Button
    • Club Overview panel changes
    • New titlebar

    v1.3 & v1.4 Features
    • Bug Fixes

    v1.5 Features
    • New main menu with motion.
    • New inbox panel.
    • Instant result button.
    • New colours for profile attributes.
    • New stadium overview panel with pictures.
    • New schedule panel with fixture's information.
    • Updated background's images.
    • New overview for players, fully customisable.
    • FIXED issue with full screen match.

    v1.6 Features
    • FIXED bugs at inbox menu with subsrictpions.

    v1.7 Features
    • Bug fixes
    • New non player overview
    • Added sidebar's backgrounds (6 backgrounds to choose from)
    • Kits behind player's face like touch skin
    • New titlebar and matchbar
    • Added more TV Logos to customize your view

    v1.8 Features
    • Bug Fixes
    • Match Titlebar customized more for more resolutions
    • Kits for tactics screen
    • New ticket for pre match screen

    Original Thread: fmtgw.gr (Greek Site)

    Thanks to:
    1. FM16 Base Skins
    2. Wannachupbrew FM16 skin
    3. DAZS8 FM16 Beta Skin
    4. Vitrex16 Skin by EmilDebski

    FMTGW FM16 Skin Preview


















    How to add FMTGW Skin in FM16

    1. Download and extract the .rar file (using either 7-Zip for Windows or The Unarchiver for Mac).

    2. Place the "FMTGW Official Skin for FM16 v.1.5" folder here:
      Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2016\skins
      Create the folder "skins" if it doesn't exist.

    3. Start FM16 and go to Preferences screen and then into the Interface tab.
      You should see FMTGW Official Skin v.1.5 as option in the skin drop down of the Overview box.
      Hit the Confirm button.

    Please note this skin is provided as is. It has nothing to do with Sports Interactive or SEGA and won't be supported by them.


    About FMTGW

    FMTGW is the first greek youtube/twitch channel. It started from only one person and now it has 4 streamers on twitch, a very big audience and its own site, Fmtgw.gr. Our community grows faster and faster and we are very proud of this. The creation of our own skin is just a first step on a new path where we want to create our own graphics which will help us grow more.

    You can leave us a like on our Facebook Page, subscribe on our Youtube Channel and watch our livestreams on our Twitch Channel.

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    For the new season, FMclub is really pleased to show you his Kit template : the TW. This template was created by Teenway, administrator of the french website fmclub.fr and pack was done by Teenway. Project advance slowly but surely to purpose always more content.

    Redistribution:

    If you want to share the pack, link this download page and our forum; do not host the files elsewhere.

    How to install

    Step 1

    Download the .zip archive and use a tool such as 7-zip for Windows or The Unarchiver for MacOSX to extract the folders.


    Step 2

    Copy those folders to:
    \Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2016\graphics\kits\

    Create folders "graphics" and "kits" if they don't exist already.

    Step 3

    Run Football Manager 2016 and go to: Preferences > Interface

    Make sure that you tick the check box on the page called 'Reload skin when confirming changes in Preferences' and un-tick then box saying 'Use caching to decrease page loading times'. Hit Confirm.

    There should be a box that pops up saying 'loading image data for the new skin'. Once this is done your graphics should be working within the game.

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    I am proud to announce a huge breakthrough in Football Manager 2016. Trophies.

    We always wanted more and we can now have Real Trophies for all nations in the game.
    IMHO this is massive for FM as we have always wanted more than the handful of trophies Sports Interactive provided.

    The whole pack has now had a complete overhaul, all images have been re-sized, all cuts have been tidied up or replaced plus new Trophies added.
    It is for this reason the old links have been removed and replaced with one new one, I recommend anyone who downloaded the original to download again to make sure you have the best pack possible and delete the old previous version.

    The whole pack has now reached 300 Trophies.

    If you want to add to the pack feel free.
    Look for the trophies which are missing and cut them out (if you can).
    I have some cutting skills but would rather not do it myself.

    Huge thanks to the following for their contributions to the pack:
    Hammer9, Patres10, Nuno Rebelo, Kremmen and me of course.

    Thanks,
    DazS8

    EDIT
    As Updates seem to confuse some people somewhat, I have instead Updated the red Download button
    with the whole new pack.

    This is the final pack from me now, thanks everyone for downloading.
    The trophies will now become part of Kremmens Metallic logos pack from his next update.


    FM16 Trophies Preview








    How to add Real Trophies in FM16

    1. Download the pack and extract the file (using either 7-Zip for Windows or The Unarchiver for Mac).

    2. Place the "trophies" folder here:
      Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2016\graphics\pictures
      Create the folders "graphics" and "pictures" if they don't exist.

    3. Start FM16.




    Credits

    This pack was created by DAZS8 who runs a Facebook group dedicated to custom Football Manager graphics.

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