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EDIT: My bad, the comment below can now be ignored!
I don't know how, but the issue was my actually TMC logos. They had worked fine before but not after the latest FM update. Now that I removed them and re-installed the Megapack 23 and Update pack 23.1 into two separate folders (instead of overwriting the former with the latter) with separate config.xml's the in-game logos show up again.
I launched my game after the latest FM 23 update and noticed that about half of the English Premier League clubs are now hard-coded to be missing their logo. Used to be only the greedy Red side of Manchester who did this at the launch of 2023, but apparently clubs like Everton, Leicester, even WBA and Hull have followed suit.
This is BS and reminds me of the old PES games with false player names, club names and crests etc. It's really immersion-breaking, alienating and keeps me from choosing to manage a team with an “empty” random club crest with zero personality and realism to it. Sucks big time since I bought the game, own it and now they pull the rug under their loyal players. Don't really feel like paying for my next iteration of FM…
If anyone knows a way to fix this issue, can you please PM me…
I don't feel like playing FM 23 in its current state. 😢
did you work this out?
I did. I assumed the TMC logopack 23.1 should be installed on top of the previous one (Megapack 23) but apparenty that resulted in a lightweight config.xml version replacing the heftier one. What I don't understand is why the issue of missing logos only occurred after the latest FM 23 update. Odd. That is what threw me off. I was sure the FM 23.5 update had introduced some kind of hard-coded prevention against the use of customised logos.