I made a number of transfers before starting the career to keep things fresh. I tried to not make too many transfers for one team but made transfers that have either been rumored or they happened in my FM save and I thought they worked well. This career is starting a year into the future so new teams are in the European competitions and new relegated/promoted sides.
England's European sides
Champions League: City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Spurs
Europa League: Arsenal, Man United
Europa Conference: West Ham
Key transfers made;
Aubameyang to Barca
Lacazette to Atletico Madrid
Xhaka to Roma
Kolasinac, Leno, Mari out Arrivals
Saliba (back from loan)
Aston Villa Arrivals
Fulham - promoted Arrivals
Leicester City Departures
James Maddison Arrivals
Donny van de Beek
Man City Arrivals
Man United Departures
Dean Henderson Arrivals
Newcastle United - money takeover Arrivals
QPR - promoted Arrivals
Ndombele to OL
Lo Celso to Atletico
Dele Alli to Aston Villa Arrivals
I love the return of Eriksen. And I love that Leicester have apparently signed the dude from Dawson's Creek!
Interesting approach with fast forwarding to the next season. Good luck with that, I'll definitely keep an eye on your progress...
hahah nice catch. Maybe he will play more than Donny??
I loved Eriksen at Spurs, since he might be training with the club I thought adding him to the team would be a good move. Plus, signing a player on a free is a very Spurs cheap thing to do.
I think your Champions' League group is quite favorable. Adding the current surprise league leaders of Belgium to the tournament is also a nice touch.
Good job changing formation at half time vs Betis. I rarely come to think of doing so, but when I do and succeed with it, it just makes the win even better. Great read so far.
Yea that Palace match was crazy. One we will regret losing after having a man advantage twice!
I usually forget to change formations too. Getting frustrated and trying to press and score in a hurry which usually backfires. I agree, it feels better when you get a win due to changing formations.
Thank you! I always try a career with a different club but Spurs is the only one that really keeps my interest.
Good to see you've bounced back in the UCL group, and a 9th place is a decent stepping-stone for a climb in the table, if you can manage to get a winning run put together.
I envy your visual skills, everything looks really well.
Wouldn't that be something if Erikesen made it back to Tottenham in real life?