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    Version 3.1 contains 31.067 changes until 1 June 2016 that happened after the latest 16.3 database lock-down.

    Post your suggestions and feel free to tell me your ideas either on this topic or in the comments below. Hopefully I can do something about it!

    Released: 1 June - v 3.1

    Updates are scheduled to be released every 15 days, so you know when to expect the next ones.

    What is included

    Pic 1
    Pic 2
    Pic 3

    Transfers Update

    • Transfers from all around the world from the very best leagues to the small ones
    • Contract changes to reflect corrected wages
    • Managerial changes
    • Passed away players / staff are removed from database
    • Corrected squad numbers
    • In some cases adjusted personal attributes such as height and weight
    • Added favorite clubs, favourite staffs and so
    • Nationality changes

    General Changes

    • Chairman changes - Newly created chairmen take the place of the ones who left
    • Added affiliations between clubs
    • New people created that are not in the game, and are not wonderkids
    • Stadium removals
    • Corrected captains

    Injured Players

    • Players who were injured, corrected injury dates
    • Players who were injured, but mistakenly not added to the game

    Wonderkids

    • New young players created, who will become world class players in the future
    • In some cases adjusted CA/PA abilities of players under 21, and set wonderkids

    Current Ability / Potential Ability Changes

    • Adjusted stats and current ability attributes
    • Adjusted potential ability
    How will this feature affect our games? Can we play this update without the CA/PA changes?
    Yes, the CA/PA file is a new file beside the others. If you don't want this file, simply don't choose it when you start a new game.




    How to install pr0's data updates to FM 2016

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

    2. Move the extracted .fmf updates 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.

    In case you have more editor data files:
    When setting up a new game, do not have any other data update files ticked on your Editor Data Files screen except this one.
    Choose only my files if you are not sure about the changes in every file. Many files together from different creators can cause crashes to the game, duplicates and other problems. Avoid using files from different creators.


    Please consider donating

    For my work I don't get any reward, only thanks. If you want to say thanks in another manner by donating, I can accept any offers in my PayPal account: kontinho7@yahoo.gr

    Thanks !


    Changelog

    20 December 2015 - v1.1
    • 13.696 changes.
    • New transfers/managerial changes. All confirmed winter transfers are immediately included as present transfers and not as future transfers.
    • A couple of CA/PA changes.
    • A couple of wonderkids including Brooklyn Beckham,Antonio Trogrančić & Edvard Tagseth.


    Credits

    These FM16 Data Packs are created by pr0 on behalf of the football-manager.gr community.
    Make sure to visit the brand new website dedicated to my Football Manager Data Packs: Updates by pr0.

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  • 06/02/16--09:35: 4-1-3-1-1 Leicester
  • Vardy scores plenty of goals and is a great tactic to use with Leicester. I had a season where he scored 57 times!

    I haven't tried with any other teams yet, but will be trying them out.

    Well worth trying out guys hope it is successful for you like it is with me.


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    My attempt to replicate on Football Manager 2016 the philosophy/style of Zinedine Zidane that Real Madrid currently employ making full use of the midfielders.This very fluid sort of formation is Controlled style of play.

    I constantly rotated my team to keep them fresh as well as to create a fighting team spirit within my squad.

    Use Creative and Pacey players in wide areas.

    Use a good tackler in Deep lying playmaker.

    Use pacey and quality finisher in striking and winger roles.

    Midfielder are heart of the team when attacking and defending (make sure that choose right players in midfield) right players means best player don't think right footed .

    Team instructions


    Opposition Instructions - leave it for assistant manager

    Team shape - Very fluid

    Mentality - Attacking

    You should have important attributes for each role.


    Here are my results, am playing my season full season pics will be uploaded soon.

    Real Madrid


    Bayern Munich


    Everything is ready just download and play

    Leave some pic's in comments and your opinions on tactic.

    Hope you'll enjoy!

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    Preview 1 - Preview 2

    2015/2016 megapack available on Team Z









    Premier League, Championship, Liga, Ligue 1, Ligue 2
    Bundesliga, Scottish PL, Serie A
    Jupiler Pro League, Super Lig, MLS
    Liga NOS, Eredivisie, Liga MX
    Greek Super League, Russian Premier League



    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.

    Now discover and participate to the new Evo Football Kontest !

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    After many requests, here's my version of Pep Guardiola's tiki-taka tactic for Football Manager 2016!

    In my attempt to emulate Pep Guardiola's philosophy I eventually settled on this asymmetric 4-4-2/4-4-1-1, with an aggressive AMC supporting the striker. My main purpose was to recreate Pep's all around philosophy based on players' movement rather than a particular formation or single roles.


    KEY FEATURES AND OVERVIEW



    - High defensive line
    - Ball possession and short passing starting from GK
    - Relatively slow build-up culminating in high tempo, one-two passes in the attacking third.
    - Closing down all over the pitch.
    - Movement off the ball, with players swapping positions and overlapping.
    - Compact defensive shape
    - Attacking with many players
    - Creating numbers whenever possible


    FORMATION AND TEAM INSTRUCTIONS




    ROLES AND DUTIES

    SK/attack: the Manuel Neuer role, you need a real sweeper keeper here.
    FB/support and attack: left back is more attacking, both needs good crossing and passing skills as they cut inside to help possession.
    DC's: one is a BPD. Quickness and anticipation are important for both centre backs, as well as decent passing to start offensive play.
    WM/attack: think Arjen Robben. It's very important to use a left footed player here.
    BWM/defend: think Arturo Vidal. A tireless ball winning midfielder playing a short passing game.
    CM/attack: closer to an advanced playmaker in my ideas, a player like Thiago Alcantara would be perfect here.
    W/support: we want to exploit the left flank and Douglas Costa will cross, run with the ball and link well with DL, MCL and the striker. You need a left footed player here.
    SS/attack: the Thomas Muller role. Anticipation, finishing and movement between the lines, and lots of dirty work too.
    CF/attack: a versatile, complete forward. Ideally should be a big, strong striker to take advantage of crosses and wide play.




    FINAL NOTES

    - Tested extensively with several clubs: Monaco, Byern, Swansea, Club Bruges
    - You need to follow the instructions especially for wide midfielders roles (both must be left footed).
    - The players will need time to learn the tactic and work as a unit, then you will really see the power of this tactic.
    - This tactic is suited for big clubs, but also for any team with good overall technique. Players with better technique, creativity and passing skills will of course create more effective and spectacular offensive play.



    Feedback always appreciated!
    Bophonet

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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: 3rd June 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 12.


    Transfers
    Managers
    Coaches
    Contracts
    Free Agents
    Loans
    109 Raised wonderkids Reputations (more to follow)
    945 Non league transfers/staff in the UK
    78 Created non league players/staff in the UK
    58,439 changes from around the world.

    BRAND NEW UPDATE 2016/2017 DATABASE (PART 1)
    Promotions and relegations all over Europe.
    Bosnia Bulgaria Croatia Denmark Italy Montenegro Romania Slovenia Spain and Northern Ireland are still going for one more week. All new Champions League and Europa League team added. As level 12 is added in England promotions and relegations right down to level 8. 9-10-11-12 will be added ASAP.


    Brand new team balances received from the transfer window. PLEASE NOT TEAM BUDGETS HAVE NOT BEEN CHANGED.




    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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    NEW updated balls pack now with enhanced resolution.
    Now look even better in the 3D match than before.

    Well done Bart for this superb pack.


    Enhanced 3D Match Balls Preview




    UPDATE
    Nike Copa America Ball 2016
    https://mega.nz/#!j4YhnYaT!ThoDUNR65qjypYrD92sMxKfNWWzHLAMlIV4lINDUF5I


    How to install new 3D balls on FM16


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

    2. Open the folder of the ball you wish to use and copy the 3 files inside.

    3. Go to:
      \Steam\SteamApps\common\Football Manager 2016\data\sigfx\mesh\ball
      And backup the white, orange and green ball textures.

    4. Now paste the 3 files we copied from 2nd step, overwriting the original files.

    5. Run Football Manager 2016 and go to: Preferences > Interface
      Clear Cache.
      Enable: 'Reload skin when confirming changes in Preferences'
      Confirm.

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  • 06/05/16--13:00: Holiday Skin '16
  • Light skin adapted for relaxing during summer break vacation.
    The skin is currently DF11 Facepacks ready.

    The skin will work with any other facepack as well!
    I higly recommend reading the included manual to get the best result when playing other facepacks.
    (only 4 items to remove from skin)

    The skin is optimized for 1600 x 900 resolution but might work with other
    resolutions as well.

    The background rotation will display a new background every 20 seconds.
    You can easily stop rotation by clicking any other background! :)

















    Credits to the following skin masters:

    • Dazs8 (thanks for background rotator and knowledge)
    • Wannachupbrew (knowledge)
    • ArtDekDok (knowledge and DF11 panels)
    • drswit (knowledge)
    • Flut (knowledge)
    • MichaelMurray (knowledge)
    • Emil Debski (knowledge)
    Please accept my apologies if i did forget someone!

    How to add your Holiday Skin in FM16

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

    2. Place the "Holiday Skin" 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 'Holiday Skin' as option in the skin drop down of the Overview box.
      Hit the Confirm button.

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

    Instruction video available made by our friends of FMSCOUT:


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    With the start of Euro 2016 drawing ever closer, preparations are well under way across the participating nations who will hope to get their respective campaigns off to the best possible start with a win in their opening fixture. It will be the first tournament in competition history to feature twenty-four teams instead of the traditional number of sixteen, providing football fans across the world with more matches to enjoy and, in turn, more of the best players in Europe to watch perform on the big stage.

    Major tournaments are often won by teams who play as a collective unit and possess quality at both ends of the pitch, but being presented with an opportunity to shine in a European Championship from an individual perspective is one that should be taken with both hands. Finishing a tournament as the top goalscorer is a fantastic achievement that all strikers would love to achieve at some stage in their career, and although the Golden Boot award takes away the contribution of other players who played a part in setting up the goals, it represents a clinical striker on top of his game. Bookies.com have compiled a list of players who have the quality to fire their team to glory at Euro 2016, and although there is every possibility that another striker grabs the headlines via a wonderful purple patch in form that sets the tournament alight, the following candidates stand as good a chance as any to be in the running.


    Harry Kane

    Very few strikers have made the same rise to prominence as Harry Kane in the last two years, with the Tottenham and England player eyeing up Euro 2016 as the perfect opportunity to show the whole of Europe what he can do. The 22-year-old has certainly proved that he is not a one-season wonder, as Kane finished the Premier League season as top goalscorer with 25 goals to his name as he fired Tottenham within touching distance of the title. It adds to the 21 goals he scored last season as Kane transformed from a bit-part player who may have faced a future away from White Hart Lane to a leading marksman for club and country.

    England are ranked amongst the darkhoses to go all the way at Euro 2016, and although it remains to be seen what formation and players Hodgson elects to field throughout the tournament, Kane will undoubtedly play a starring role. While his Football Manager 2016 statistics reflect that Kane is not blessed with electric pace (Acceleration 13, Pace 11) that enables him to run clear from defences, it is his positional sense (15) and strength (14) which provide the core essentials for any efficient number nine. His superb finish for England against Germany in their recent friendly belied his finishing and composure statistics (both 15), while Kane is not shy to shoot from distance (also 15) as he certainly packs a punch with his right foot. Additionally, Kane possesses the perfect qualities that any target man should have – the ability to head a ball (16) and be a real threat in the air (Jumping Reach 15). England are certainly blessed to have a striker with so many top attributes at such a young age, and with Kane also in superb form, he could put him in contention to win the Golden Boot.


    Robert Lewandowski

    There can be no question that Robert Lewandowski is among the best strikers in world football, with the Bayern Munich and Poland star finding goals easy to come by. Not only did the 26-year-old finish the Bundesliga season as top goalscorer with thirty goals from just thirty-two appearances, but Lewandowski also topped the charts during his country’s qualification campaign for Euro 2016 with thirteen goals in ten games. It is proof, if needed, that Lewandowski is in prime form ahead of the European Championship, and although many do not expect Poland to reach the latter stages, it would certainly be worth considering taking up a free bets offer on https://bookies.com to back their number nine to pick up yet another goals-based accolade. Facing Germany, Ukraine and Northern Ireland in the group stages should provide Lewandowski with an opportunity to fill hit boots, with the striker likely to carry the weight of hope and expectation of an entire nation on his shoulders.

    His Football Manager 2016 statistics merely confirms the fact that Lewandowski is one of the best all-rounded strikers on the planet, and at the age of 26, can only get better. Some would argue that his finishing stat of 16 is a tad too low for a player who has made a living from scoring goals of every type possible, although this is owed to fantastic technique (16), ice-cool composure in front of goal (14) and wonderful ability to keep his balance (20) when put under pressure from defenders. While his positioning (10) may leave a lot to be desired, Lewandowski is a real threat through movement off the ball (17) and making the right decisions (18) at the right time. The striker can also accelerate quickly off the mark (16) which may prove hugely effective against Poland’s group opponents who are not blessed with pace in defence, and if his team-mates can provide him with the service he thrives upon, then Lewandowski may prove impossible to stop.


    Cristiano Ronaldo

    If any player is able to carry their country single-handedly towards glory this summer, then Cristiano Ronaldo is surely that man. Scoring over fifty goals in six consecutive seasons is a phenomenal achievement that only he and Lionel Messi could make possible, and although ardent Football Manager players are unlikely to have seen such goal-scoring feats on their respective save files, Ronaldo will have to be at his mercurial best to lead Portugal towards the final at the Stade de France. Facing Iceland, Austria and Hungary in Group F may provide the 31-year-old with a considerable advantage over the other Euro 2016 Golden Boot contenders, as although all three should not be taken lightly by any means, they may struggle to keep Ronaldo quiet for ninety minutes.

    Ronaldo has worked meticulously on every aspect of his game to become an all-rounded superstar that very few defences in world football can stop, particularly when he is firing on all cylinders. His Football Manager 2016 profile reflects just how good Ronaldo is, with finishing, long shots and pace all at 20 to make tight marking a necessity on the game. Even that can sometimes not be enough to stop the Portugal and Real Madrid star from wreaking havoc, with his movement off the ball (20) and anticipation of any loose pass or touch (19) meaning that Ronaldo is always a threat, even when he may not be enjoying the best of games. It often takes Ronaldo just one slight opening to create a moment of magic from out wide on the left where he loves to cut inside, but his superb ability to unerring soar in the air (Jumping Reach 17) and bullet a header past the opposition goalkeeper (Heading 19) also makes him so difficult to stop from deliveries into the box. Portugal may be taking a number of their next generation of talented players to France this summer, but it will inevitably be down to Ronaldo to lead from the front and fire his country towards what would be considered a shock Euro 2016 triumph.

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    Nicknames added:

    -Astra-Dracii Negri
    -Botosani-Botoşenenii
    -CSU-Alb-Albaştrii
    -Viitorul-Puștii lui Hagi
    -Voluntari-Alb-Vișinii
    -Clinceni-Academicienii
    -Braila- Alb-Albaștrii
    -Buzau-Glorioşii
    -Pojorata-Bucovinenii
    -Suceava-Feroviarii
    -FCU Craiova-Leii din Bănie
    -Chindia-Micul Ajax
    -Bihor-Bihorenii
    -Satu Mare-Galben-Albaștrii
    -Pancota-Şoimii
    -Callatis Mangalia-Delfinii


    Installation Instructions

    1. Move the downloaded .fmf file 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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    ~No transfer update made~

    ~Active leagues:
    Ligue 1 Orange
    Lgue 2 Prosport - Gr.1+Gr.2
    Ligue 3 - Gr.1 + Gr.2 + Gr.3 + Gr.4
    Ligue 4 - 42 of county divisions

    ~Cups:
    Cupa Ligii Adeplast
    Cupa României Timi?oreana
    Super Cupa României

    ~Removed the playoff system from Ligue 1

    ~Promotion: From league 2 will promote these: the L2 series I will promote the first 2 classes and be relegated last 2 graded and same for series II. From L3 will promote the winner of each series (I, II, III, IV) and be relegated last class of each series. Promotion of L4 is by playing playoff-type cup.

    ~There was not been altered reputation either team
    ~The purpose of this patch is not to be consistent with reality but to make the game more enjoyable, more attractive to Romanian football out of mud and avoiding the real situation of internal teams and competitions.
    ~Significantly reduced the number of teams playing in the Romanian Cup participation requirements by changing teams in league 4 -only winner of each district leagues will play in the cup. Therefore it will not lose 15min to simulate matches over 1k teams in the competition. Editor limitations have not allowed me to enroll later Ligue 1 teams competing hub that will play from the early stages.
    ~More prize money for all competitions (but not too high)
    ~Player transfer value by reputation range is a little higher than actual

    ~Added new media: Gsp; DolceSport; Digisport; Prosport; Sport.ro;

    https://www.facebook.com/NickMno87


    Installation Instructions

    1. Move the downloaded .fmf file 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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    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

    4.07

    4.08

    4.09

    4.10

    4.11

    4.12

    4.13

    4.14




    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

    4.07

    4.08

    4.09

    4.10

    4.11

    4.12

    4.13

    4.14



    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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    Brief History
    Gregg Charles Popovich (born January 28, 1949) is an American basketball coach who is currently the head coach of theSan Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Taking over as coach of the Spurs in 1996, Popovich is the longest tenured active coach in both the NBA and all US major sports leagues. He is often referred to as "Coach Pop" or simply "Pop".

    Popovich is considered one of the greatest coaches in NBA history and holds the record for most consecutive winning seasons, (playoffs and regular season) in NBA history at 19. He is currently tied as of 2015-2016 with Pat Riley (regular season only) at 19, and is one behind Phil Jackson who has 20. He has won five NBA championships as the head coach of the Spurs, a feat achieved only by four other coaches in NBA history (Phil Jackson, Red Auerbach, Pat Riley, and John Kundla). He is also one of 9 coaches in NBA history to have won 1,000 NBA games.


    The Fm16 Tactic

    I decided to see if I could dig Manchester United from the enormous hold that it has found itself in since the retirement of Sir Alex. The team had many issues: immature forward line, unstable defense and an ageing midfield but they still saw success.

    First season won the treble, playing some of the most beautiful vertical football of all time. My team worked harder and ran faster than any other team in the division and for this they became champions of Europa and Premier League.

    If you don't believe me look at the pictures. I delegated the task to the staff. My Director Of Football is the reason behind the signing of "Gabi Barbosa" and what a superb signing he was especially when "Waza" was coming of age. Jesse Lingard? 16 goals unbelievable from the little magician.

    Test them with any team you like and apply some useful tips: Eliminate slow players, Produce competitiveness within the squad, Always tackle hard, Weaker Foot, Closing Down and Tight Marking.




    The Creator

    The creator of this and many other wonderful tactics are no other than the developer of FmBoss.net go on over and try out this and much more wonderful tactics . Fmboss.net FmBoss.net FmBoss.net FmBoss.net

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    Everyone loves watching a bright new talent burst on to the scene. And while the likes of Kingsley Coman, Breel Embolo and Leroy Sane may be familiar names already thanks to their club feats, but they and their fellow teenagers face the greatest challenge of their potential yet.

    Will they get an opportunity and manage to light up the tournament? We'll find out in the coming days.

    If you are following our work, you should already know most of the players listed below as they appear on our Football Manager 2016 wonderkids guide.

    Breel Embolo

    Let's start off with a nice one. Embolo, one of the biggest wonderkids on this years game. You can grab the Swiss forward for under £15 million and he has the potential to be one of the best strikers in the game. According to Football Manager, Embolo has pace (15 acceleration, 14 pace) and knows where the back of the net is (14 finishing), all this at the age of just 18. Originally from Cameroon, Breel Embolo now represents Switzerland and has been picked as part of their squad for EURO 2016. He scored 9 goals in 22 games in the league this season and now even Manchester United are eyeing up the young striker. With the Swiss hoping to advance from the group stages, Embolo will hope to be a big part of their EURO campaign.


    Marcus Rashford

    Okay, okay, okay. Some of you might hate me for this one but since the winter update on Football Manager, you could actually class Marcus Rashford as a wonderkid. Love him or hate him, Rashford has huge potential if he can live up to the standards of his debut season at Old Trafford. Roy Hodgson has called the 18 year old up to the England squad which will be a huge experience for the young man. Now, according to FM his PA is now around 143 which means he has the potential to be a pretty tidy striker on the game. Rashford already boasts ridiculously good acceleration (16) and pace (17), which will make him a handful for any defence. Now, he may not play every single minute for England but Rashford grabbed 5 goals in 11 in the league on his debut season and a goal on his England debut, you can't help but a little bit excited, right?


    Renato Sanches

    Now, I love a wonderkid, but it is quite a shame as Renato Sanches is on his way to Bayern Munich next season which will make him extremely hard to buy at a good price on future editions of FM. Sanches has the ability to be one of the best in the world with an outstanding 180 PA. Bayern had to be quick off the mark to make this signing as other teams were approaching but it was one hell of a signing. Being selected for the Portugal national side and most probably going to be getting a good amount of game time, this tournament could be pivotal for Sanches to show the world what he can do. The central midfielder is an absolute unit on FM. His physicals are ridiculous. For someone who starts the game at the age of 17, all but 2 of his physical stats are over 15 (agility 12, jumping reach 7) which is insane. This tournament could be crucial for Renato Sanches and he has the ability to take Portugal to another level.


    Olexandr Zinchenko

    Now, here's one you may not have heard of. The 19 year old midfielder broke Andriy Shevchenko's record as Ukraine's youngest goalscorer on the 29th May, just in his second appearance for his national side. On FM he has a tidy potential (-85) which gives him the right to be on this list. Manchester City were thought to be interested in the young man, however it now looks like Borussia Dortmund may be hijacking the deal. Currently playing for FC Ufa in Russia, Zinchenko had an almost full season of appearances which is vital for a young player. The Ukrainian hosts fairly average stats on FM but average enough to be a solid capture for most English Premier League standard starts.


    Kingsley Coman

    Kingsley Coman wowed fans across the world with brilliant Champions League performances this year so it is no real surprise that the winger has been called up to the French national team. With the hosts as one of the favourites, Coman has the ability to score and assist a number of goals throughout the tournament. The 19 year old may well be difficult to purchase on the game unless you are willing to spend £30 million plus but with him being on loan at Bayern in the first season, it makes it a bit more annoying. Another quick player (you can tell I like pace right?) but Coman boasts 15 dribbling and 15 work rate which proves he could be one hell of a player at the EUROs.


    Leroy Sane

    A candidate for the Bundesliga team of the season, Leroy Sane has collected some plaudits over the last year. Currently playing for Schalke, Sane has been selected to be part of the German national team who hope they can capture EURO 2016 glory. A versatile player who can play all across the midfield, Sané grabbed 8 goals and 6 assists in the league this season, not bad going for a 19 year old still finding his way in the game. Awesome with the ball at his feet, Sané looks to be a real threat when going forward. Like Sanches, the German winger's physical stats on FM are phenomenal. Pace, acceleration, agility and dribbling are all stand out stats for Sané (acceleration, agility, dribbling all 16, pace 18) which makes him an asset to any club or country.


    Ante Coric

    Now, another player you may not be too familiar with is Ante Coric. The 19 year old midfielder has been called up to represent Croatia at EURO 2016. Coric was just 17 when he scored his first continental goal in the Europa League for Dinamo Zagreb against Astra. This made him one of the youngest goalscorers in the competition and Dinamo still have hold of their man. West Ham are reported to be interested in Coric though, so it remains to be seen how long Dinamo can keep hold of him. Primarily played as an attacking midfielder, on Football Manager, Coric has some incredible technical stats. His dribbling (17), first touch (18) and technique (18), shows that Coric is like a wizard on the ball and could mean real business for Croatia if he gets the game time.


    Dele Alli

    After a quality debut season with Tottenham, Dele Alli has cemented himself as an England first teamer at the age of just 20. Operating as a central midfielder, Alli has solid stats across the board which makes him a brilliant player for any side. Along with quality physicals (only one below 13, which is jumping reach, 11), Alli's technical and mental stats are quality too. Scoring 10 goals in his first season in the Premier League shows that Alli has huge potential and could be a pivotal part of Roy Hodgson's push for European success.


    Tin Jedvaj

    Our first defender on the list is Croatian, Tin Jedvaj. He currently plays for Leverkusen as a centre back and the 20 year old will be hoping he can cement a place in the Croatian team for EURO 2016. After starting his career at Dinamo, Jedvaj was lured away by Roma where he failed to break into the first team but then recently moved onto Leverkusen. The young centre back has solid stats according to FM, however as a centre back, his lack of aerial presence may put you off. Despite that though, Jedvaj makes up for that with pace and solid mental attributes. The Leverkusen centre half could get his name out there with some solid defensive performances at this years tournament.


    Anthony Martial

    Yet to score for France before this tournament, Anthony Martial's solid debut season at Manchester United is enough for him to be in the French squad this summer. Scoring 11 league goals, Martial has the ability to upset any group of defenders. Even FM agrees, with awesome dribbling (16) along with his speed (17 acceleration, 16 pace), Martial could start a counter attack of his own or make defenders tremble as he runs towards them. Combine this with his finishing (15) and technique (15), Martial has the potential to be one of the players of the tournament at the age of just 20. With France hoping to go all the way, the Manchester United forward will be hoping to be part of the success.


    Jonathan Tah

    Another 20 year old and the second Leverkusen centre back on this list. Jonathan Tah was a late replacement for Antonio Rudiger, but will still hope to make an impact for the Germans at this years European Championship. He made his debut for Germany this year in a 3-2 loss to England. Tah is another very physical and composed centre half and another player nominated for the Bundesliga team of the season, which shows how good he was this season. Along with Jedvaj, Leverkusen have two very promising defensive talents and it will be interesting to see how long that they hold on to them for.


    Julian Weigl

    Hey, look, another 20 year old German. Weigl made his breakthrough into the Borussia Dortmund side at the start of this season and went onto playing for them 40 times this season in all competitions, playing well enough to be called up for the German national team. On Football Manager, Weigl has absolutely quality mental attributes. Teamwork (18), composure (17), decisions (17) and anticipation (16) are the early stand out ones. Along with his passing (15), Weigl has ridiculously huge potential to be one of Dortmund's next big things and it would be awesome to see him get some game time at this years EUROs.


    Victor Kovalenko

    The final player on this list is Victor Kovalenko. The young attacking midfielder has been called up to represent Ukraine at this years European Championship. Currently at Shakhtar, Kovalenko has some pretty tasty FM stats which could lure you to try and pick this guy up for fairly cheap. Not many of his stats stand out massively, but like Dele Alli, his stats are pretty solid across the board which makes him a real decent prospect. Despite not scoring a goal for Shakhtar, Kovalenko's creativity earned him his first few Ukraine appearances in friendlies earlier this year. If Ukraine want to make a push, Kovalenko could be the talisman for their team this year.

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  • 06/12/16--16:50: FM 2016 FLUT skin v2.1
  • FM 2016 FLUT skin v2.1
    Skin for FM 2016 regular career mode and widescreens (1920x1080).
    I'm pleased to present you the version 2.1 of FLUTSkin White for FM16.


    This skin is compatible with DF11, Scope and Cutout Faces.
    NOW this skin is a little bit transparent and compatible with backgrounds
    .


    Released: 12 June, 2016

    Thanks to all FM fans and especially to all of the fantastic FM skinners who made it possible to produce the FLUTSkin as it is today since FM 2013.

    Resolution requirements
    This skin was made to work properly in 1920x1080 full screen mode. As a result, some panels won’t work properly in other resolutions (and also in 1920x1080 windowed mode).

    The main changes are in:


    • Match Post Match Panel
    • Match Pre Match Panel
    • Match Preview
    • Match Overview
    • Human Profile
    • Fixed the bug responsible for showing country locator instead of nation logos in various panels (inbox panel, match titlebar,…) and tweaked other panels (for example: player overview panel).


    You can choose one of three Player Overview Panel you want (picture top left/picture top centre/picture middle), putting the xml included in Player Overview Panel alt folder, in the panels folder of the skin (overwrite the default)

    IMPORTANT NOTES:

    1. In this pack I included a TUTORIAL PDF with instructions regarding the structure of your Graphics folder in order to view the city pics, the country locator, the kits and the competition logos in player details and in title bar.

    2. I also included a folder with the files you need to use in order to remove the attributes background boxes (you just have to place the files of that folder in the panels folder of the skin and overwrite the originals).


    You can download the FOOTBALL MANAGER BACKGROUNDS SUPERPACK or the City Pics MEGAPACK v4.0 to further enhance the skin.


    FM16 Flut skin Preview












    How to add Flut Skin in FM16

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

    2. Place the "fm2016flutskin" 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 FM 2016 Flut Skin - v. 2.1 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.

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  • 06/12/16--17:00: FM 2016 FLUT dark skin v2.1
  • FM 2016 FLUT dark skin v2.1

    Dark skin for FM 2016 regular career mode and widescreens (1920x1080).

    I'm pleased to present you the version 2.1 of FLUT Skin Dark for FM16 .

    • Compatible with DF11, Scope and Cutout Faces.
    • Compatible with Backgrounds (however, some of them will not be shown, instead, the citypics will be displayed).

    Released: 13 June, 2016

    Thanks to all FM fans and especially to all of the fantastic FM skinners who made it possible to produce the FLUTSkin as it is today since FM 2013.

    Resolution requirements
    This skin was made to work properly in 1920x1080 full screen mode. As a result, some panels won’t work properly in other resolutions (and also in 1920x1080 windowed mode).

    The main changes are

    • Match Post Match Panel
    • Match Pre Match Panel
    • Match Preview
    • Match Overview
    • Human Profile
    • Fixed the bug responsible for showing country locator instead of nation logos in various panels (inbox panel, match titlebar,…) and tweaked other panels (for example: player overview panel).


    You can choose one of three Player Overview Panel you want (picture top left/picture top centre/picture middle), putting the xml included in Player Overview Panel alt folder, in the panels folder of the skin (overwrite the default)

    IMPORTANT NOTES:

    1. In this pack I included a TUTORIAL PDF with instructions regarding the structure of your Graphics folder in order to view the city pics, the country locator, the kits and the competition logos in player details and in title bar.

    2. I also included a folder with the files you need to use in order to remove the attributes background boxes (you just have to place the files of that folder in the panels folder of the skin and overwrite the originals)

    You can download the FOOTBALL MANAGER BACKGROUNDS SUPERPACK or the City Pics MEGAPACK v4.0 to further enhance the skin.


    FM16 Flut dark skin Preview












    How to add Flut dark skin in FM16

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

    2. Place the "fm2016flutskindark" 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 FM 2016 Flut Skin - v.2.1 - Dark Version 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.

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    Updated as of 13/06/2016.

    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+
    • International caps altered
    + Much more to come as the Football season progresses.

    With 600,000+ downloads in 4 1/2 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.

    #WeAreTheCommunity

    Updated on the 16.3 patch.

    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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    The transfer market is about to open and silly season has already begun. While clubs are hunting down the big name buys and scouting the top talents who are looking to ply their trade elsewhere, let’s take a look at three top-quality players that will be available as free agents in the English Premier League this transfer window.


    3: Emmanuel Adebayor

    Released by Crystal Palace, this 32 year old forward is able to boast an experienced career. Starting his senior career at Metz in 2001, his career has flourished since. He has moved from one great club to the next, playing for big names such as Monaco, Arsenal, and Manchester City, experiencing a short loan spell at Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspurs; signed by Tottenham on a permanent deal, and finally finding himself at Crystal Palace. This vast experience in different leagues and teams would give clubs that sign him a great advantage upfront, and at 32, Adebayor still has a good two or three seasons to ply his trade.


    2: Victor Valdés

    The first choice keeper for Barcelona’s first team from 2002, he had a glittering career at the club until 2014. Finding himself second choice in the goalkeeping spot, spending much of his time on the bench, in the 2013/4 season, Valdés decided that the pressures at Barcelona was too great, and subsequently decided to leave the club early enough for them to find a replacement. He then moved to Manchester United in 2014, who offered to help him in his rehabilitation from his ACL injury sustained in the previous season. He was offered a contract from the club in 2015, signing for 18 months, with an option of a further year on 8 January.

    He deputised under David De Gea, although he only managed to play two games before he was loaned out to Standard Liége. Victor Valdés now finds himself on the release list, submitted this Friday by Manchester United. At 34 years of age, he is still a good age for keeping position, and could easily take the number one spot at most clubs that would seek to sign him. With top quality goalkeepers hard to find, Valdés would be a superb acquisition as a free transfer.


    1: Kolo Toure

    This experienced Ivorian has built a great reputation over his career, and at the age of 35 finds himself a free agent, having been released from Liverpool FC, after playing with the club for three seasons. This famous central defender and brother of Yaya Toure is one of the squad members of the Arsenals Invincible, of the 2003/4 campaign. He also went on to have a successful spell at Manchester City. Toure would undoubtedly be a great acquirement at any club as a free transfer.


    With so many clubs releasing their youth players that were deemed below grade, many players find themselves having to seek development elsewhere, or browsing through jobs portals to find employment. Fortunately for Toure, Valdés and Adebayor, they should have no such problem.

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    Preview 1 - Preview 2

    14 new nationals teams in Evo style, includes:
    Algeria, Australia, Bosnia, China, South Korea, Denmark, Scotland, Finland, Greece, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Netherland and Slovenia.


    2015/2016 megapack available !



    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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    This project has been exclusive to FMSweden until now. Started back in January 2014 and last updated in July 2015 with version 2.1, this hairpack currently includes 400+ hair and shirts for your regen players on Football Manager 2015. (updated now to FM16)





    How to install Deadwood Regen Hairpack on FM16

    Step 1
    File is packaged in .rar format. Extract the contents of the .rar file using a free tool such as 7-zip for Windows or The Unarchiver for Mac.

    Step 2
    Move the following folders:
    afro, asian, euro, hispanic & mixed_race
    to your Steam installation folder like this:
    \Steam\steamapps\common\Football Manager 2016\data\facegen\hair
    Within this folder you will already find the folders afro, asian, euro, hispanic & mixed_race

    Step 3

    a) If you haven't installed another hairpack previously, overwrite all the original folders and pictures included.
    b) If you have another hairpack installed, create a folder within the "hair" folder and name it Deadwood hairpack. Then move all folders mentioned above (europe, hispanic etc) to that folder.


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