I have focused a lot on my World Traveler save and have almost deleted it a lot of times but have just been getting somewhere to just let it go. With a lot of good youths. Especially up front (well it is Brazil ). You can find the old save here. This save started as a way to familiarize myself with the game. As with Santo Andre in FM 12 Chapecoense was the only team in the lower divisions without a manager. Santo Andre played with alot of big teams in the State Championships. But Chapecoense only had one First Division team and two from the Second Divison if I remember correctly. Which gave an unique testing ground for youths in the beginning of the season. with 80-90 games a season even backups get's playing time.
The goals was...
Advance to the First Division
- Win the
Domestic League, State Championshipand Brazilian Cup.
- Win the Copa Libertadores,
Copa Sudamericanaand Recopa
- Be the most reputable team in Brazil and maybe South America.
- Players older than 27 is always for sale. Can be delayed until end of season.
- Youth to Gold Challange where I have to sell a player of every position in my tactic. To count they must come from the Academy or be bought before their 18th birthday.
Positions/Roles: GK, DR, DL, DC, DC, BWM, DLP, ADV, IFR, IFL and ST
- Youth to Gold Challange where I have to train and sell a player from every playable country. To count they have to have signed before they turn 18. Most countries have rules for players leaving before they are 18 so therefore the signed before 18 rule.
Countries: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Uruguay
- A Youth to Gold Challange variant where I sell 1 player of each playable nation in South America.
- The player goals apply after I reach the First Division.
Rules for selling players
- Must be at least be 10x the buying prise.
2012 - Won Santa Catarina State. Won Third Divison
2013 - Won Santa Catarina State, Won Second Divison, Won Brazilian Cup
2014 - Won Santa Catarina State, Finished 6th in First Divison
2015 - Won Santa Catarina State, Won First Division, Won Brazilian Cup, Won Copa Sudamerica
Grouped by Goal
I have a bunch of really promising players. I am convinced that in a few years I can reach my goals.