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Take control of your favourite football team in Football Manager 2020, the most realistic and immersive football management game to date. It’s the closest thing to doing the job for real!
Release Date: 19 Nov 2019 12:00:00
BETA Available: 31 Oct 2019 00:00:00
A Free Copy of Football Manager Touch 2020 for Steam.
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FM20 Random Newgen Dates
In FM20 newgen dates will be randomised making it harder for you to sweep up all the new youth players every season, particularly in network games *cough* cheaters *cough*
FM20 Career Earnings Achievements
FM20 still won't let you spend your hard earned money, but it will feature three new Steam Achievements related to how much in game cash you earn
FM20 Multiple Buyback Clauses
In FM20 you can now set multiple buyback clauses with different dates, just like clubs do in real life!
FM20 Staff Feedback Unbalanced Tactics
In FM20 your staff will warn you when your individual instructions are working against the preferred style of play you've chosen. Make sure not to confuse your players with contradictory instructions!
Club Sponsorship Table
#FM20 now features a club sponsorship table, making it clearer where your club stands compared to your finals in terms of sponsorship.
FM20 Don't Renew Contract Info
In #FM20 when your staff recommend not to renew a contract they'll now give you a reason why for their decision.
FM20 Competition Rules Screen
The competition rules screen in #FM20 has had a little revamp, making it easier to study specific rules and formats for the competitions your team plays in.
FM20 Track Your Spending
In FM20 you can more closely track your spending, with your ins and outs displayed in greater detail.
FM20 Emergency Loan Signing
Ever been in desperate need of a loan signing in Football Manager? Well in #FM20 you'll be able to request extra funds just for that emergency signing.
Protest Board Transfer Offer
Have you ever had the board accept an offer over your head in #footballmanager? Well in #FM20 you can now protest with the board and get them to reverse their decision.
FM20 New Australian Teams
#FM20 will feature two new teams from down under with Western Melbourne Group Macarthur South West Sydney (catchy names!) both joining the A League
Planning on resigning in your #FM19 career? That would be the end of that. But in #FM20 you'll now be asked to reconsider with your board offering you ways of moving forward and mixing things up.
FM20 Club Colour Outfit
When selecting your clothing in #FM20 you can now more easily select "Club Colours" to automatically stay in line with your clubs look when on the touchline.
FM20 Loan Duration Options
In #FM20 you'll have even more options for specifying the length of a loan. You can set it in months as well as specific events such as the end of the season, or the start of the next transfer window.
FM20 Warning when no chance of work permit
In #FM20 you'll now get a warning from your Staff when a player has absolutely no chance of getting a work permit.
FM20 DoF Role Picker
In #FM20 you can give your director of football even more precise instructions when looking to fill a certain role in a certain position.
FM20 Language Course when out on loan
In #FM20 you can now send a player on an intensive language course when the selling club requests the player back on loan for a shirt period.
FM20 Free Transfer Locality
In #FM20 when players are released, particularly when at lower levels or youth players released at top levels, they are now much more likely to join clubs local to the club they're released from should they have multiple choices. #realism
FM20 Staff Location Search Filter
FM20 will have a new filter in the staff search allowing you to find staff based in a nation rather than just of that nationality.
FM20 Staff Progression
FM20 will feature better modelling of staff progression. Young coaches will improve quicker when working with better/more experienced coaches, scouts/analysts will improve quicker by regularly scouting/doing more analysis and more.
FM20 Request a b team
In FM20 if you don't have a Reserve or B Team, don't worry. You can now request one from the board.
FM20 New Conversation Options for selling players
Its been asked for, for years and in #FM20 it's finally here. If you play in a country that allows B Teams then you can ask your board to give you a B Team as well.
Norway Squad Registration Rules
#FM20 features Norway's new registration rules, so if managing in Norway you now have to set A List & B List squads, with B squad players only allowed to play 3 league matches a season & are youth/amateur players
FM20 Preferences Menu
The Preferences Menu in FM20 has had a fresh new look making finding the most commonly edited options easier as well as a quick search to find whatever other option it is you may be looking for.
FM20 Competition Importance
In #FM20 the way that clubs approach different competitions has been overhauled so you're now more likely to see top teams choosing to play youth or reserve players in the league cup or euro cup against weaker opposition.
FM20 Newgen Personalities
In FM20 Newgens will now have more dynamic personalities which change over time depending on what happens in the game.
FM20 Team Selector
In FM20 the Team Selector will offer advice on what changes you make to your starting 11 with reasons behind each decision. You can check or uncheck each suggestion in order to stick with your own pick.
FM20 Meetings Staff Input
Team Meetings in FM20 are now even easier with advice from your backroom staff on which option will get the best reaction from your players.
FM20 Unemployed Experience
For those of you who like to start unemployed (or who get sacked regularly) the experience when playing unemployed has now been improved with more info on available jobs, increased press opportunities and weekly job updates.
FM20 Responsibilities Screen Redesign
In FM20 the Staff Responsibilities screen has been redesigned to make it easier and clearer how to manage what you do and do not want to control. It also now includes the ability to ask your assistant to give touchline instructions during a match.
FM20 End of Season Meetings
In FM20 the talking points that are available at end of season meetings have been expanded and improved giving you more flexibility and the ability to be clear about what it is you're communicating to your players.
FM20 Captains Code of Conduct
In FM20 your captain will now suggest a code of conduct when you join a new club, including a list of fines for difference offences including missing training, going AWOL, multiple bookings and getting sent off.
FM20 Development Centre - Squad Management
The new FM20 Development Centre incorporates all the management options for your reserve and youth squads, including current match tactics, team and individual training, dynamics screens and recent match analysis, you can control everything from these menus
FM20 Development Centre - Youth Intake 2
In FM20 when your new Youth Intake finally arrives, you can now view individual reports on each of the players and quickly see each player’s current and potential ability ratings so that you can identify future stars from the moment they arrive at your club.
FM20 Development Centre - Youth Intake
The FM20 Development Centre will now give you information on the next crop of youngsters before they arrive. So you can get an idea of what talent is coming through and plan accordingly. In the months leading up to the arrival of your youth intake, you can visit the ‘Youth Candidates’ tab in the Development Centre to access the preview. Not only will you see an indication of how strong that year’s intake will be including whether there are going to be any high potential players coming through but also any positions that are going to be well covered by the intake.
FM20 Player Development - Players on loan
The new FM20 Player Development Hub will make it easier to track players on loan. You can see who’s taking their chance for first-team football well, and who is struggling for minutes and may need recalling. Previously, you’d only be able to see this information in individual loan report cards but now you’re able to see both basic and in-depth information on all players on loan on one screen. This can help you plan for future campaigns. Being reminded of how well your young striker is doing out on loan could make you consider how to get him into your squad next season. Now it’s easier to be one step ahead at all times.
FM20 Development Centre
The Development Centre is an all-encompassing hub, which you can use to track the progress of your players. It sits on the sidebar in place of the sections that previously existed for your youth, reserve and development squads. This brings together all areas of the game related to development to make it easier for both hands-on and hands-off managers to nurture next-gen talent. You’ll be given all the tools and information you need in one place, giving you the best chance of reaping the rewards of developing players.
FM20 New Board Request Options
FM20 Features new board requests and as well as improvements to existing board requests. For example, if you now ask the board for an improved transfer budget, they will now come to you with a negotiable transfer budget offer. You will also notice there are more conversation options available to you when dealing with the board.
FM20 Club Vision in Board Confidence
In FM20 Board Confidence has been updated to "Manager Performance" and the new "Club Visions" form part of a report card that is both in the monthly performance update that is delivered to your inbox. Each area of Performance is now graded from A+ to F (these grades are also localised for each territory) giving you a clear idea of how you’re performing in each area and which areas you need to focus on improving. You’ll be given an overall grade with your notable recent highlights and criticisms laid out.
FM20 3D Board Room
In FM20 your Club Vision will first be presented to you in the new welcome meeting, another major element of a wider overhaul to the boardroom experience. The first thing you’ll do once you’ve selected your club or taken a new job in a save is to take part in a meeting within the new boardroom 3D environment. Like all of the environments that we introduced in FM19, the boardroom environment is scalable and will change depending on the level of the club you are managing.
FM20 Manager Style Reputation
What you become known for as a manager can also have a bearing on your appeal to club boards across #FM20. For instance, if you’ve honed a particularly attacking style of football at a club, you’ll be known for this around the world which could make you more appealing to a board that has that playing style included as part of their club vision. This could even lead to you being picked ahead of the other candidates, even if you have less experience or are managing at a lower level than your competitors for the role.
FM20 Dynamic Club Visions
In FM20 your club’s visions are dynamic and will change as you progress through the game. Achieving a period of sustained success and hitting your objectives early may lead to the board setting more ambitious targets over the following seasons. You’ll also be given new objectives when you join a new club that are contextualised to that club’s culture and position within the footballing world. This helps to keep long-term saves feeling fresh and ensures you will be challenged wherever you decide to move next.
FM20 Negotiating Vision 2
In FM20 you can ask to adjust your season expectations, including the option to ask the board to not judge you on a certain competition. This could be particularly useful if you’re doing well in the league and want to sacrifice your performances in a cup competition to give you the best chance of achieving a good finishing position in the league. The board may however expect more from you in the remaining competitions.
FM20 Negotiating Vision
In FM20 you’re able to suggest bringing objectives in your five year plan forward or pushing back by a season or two, depending on how your team is progressing towards the club’s overall vision. You can also suggest changing the objectives themselves. Let’s say you’ve been tasked with winning silverware in the next three years. You could negotiate with the board to remove this objective but you’ll need to offer something in return, such as qualifying for Europe one season earlier than expected or delivering a large increase to the club’s commercial revenue. However, if you then fail to achieve them in that time-frame you could find yourself in hot water with the board.
FM20 Club Vision Meeting
In FM20 you will be able to negotiate your club vision at the end of the season or when you take a new job. During these meetings, the board will lay out the current the club culture, ongoing and five year plan objectives before moving on to the negotiation stage of the meeting.
FM20 Ongoing Objectives
Ongoing objectives are tasks that you will be expected to stick to during your tenure as manager. These objectives are engrained into the identity of the club so, for example, if your club has a long-standing tradition of bringing players through the youth system then it will be up to you, as manager, to maintain that.
FM20: Club 5 Year Plans
In FM20 new five year plan objectives are split season-by-season and show a pathway to your club either achieving a higher status within the game (if you have a very ambitious board) or consolidating your position (if you have a less ambitious board). These objectives might include a mixture of financial, infrastructure and competition objectives across five years to achieve the board’s ultimate vision. For example, if you’re at an ambitious second division club with the goal of turning out in European competition your five year plan may look like this: win promotion to the top division in the first season, secure your place in that league the following season, establish yourself in the league in season three, become the “best of the rest” in season four and finally finish in the European places by the fifth season.
FM20 Club Culture Objectives
FM20 features new club culture objectives. These can include targets around the club’s transfer policy as well as the style of football the board expects you to play. The board will place almost as much importance on your ability to hit the club culture objectives as they do on your ability to hit your season expectations.
FM20 Club Vision
In FM20 the board won't just lay out their expectations for the season ahead but plot a course for the club to progress to in seasons to come. The new Club Vision will help to create and strengthen the club's identity both on and off the pitch.
The lighting in #FM20 has been improved due to the introduction of image-based lighting. This improves the level of shading and exterior lighting during the match, allowing everything to be lit more naturally.
FM20 Pitch Deterioration
FM20 has added water and mud particles flying off from the surface of the pitch which will lead to visible deterioration of the pitch over the course of a match. One of the most noticeable examples of this is when players make slide tackles, leaving a trail behind them from where they’ve connected with the turf.
FM20 Grass Graphics
In FM20 it's now more obvious when pitches are affected by the weather. During a game played in rainy conditions you’ll notice sodden patches appearing in certain sections of the pitch whereas if a game is played out during a period of sunny weather, you’ll notice the pitch will appear dried out and lighter in colour.
FM20 Manager Man Graphics
The Manager in FM20 not only looks more realistic than in FM19 but also has more detailed attire – in this instance, a tie clip and buttons on his suit jacket and trousers, laces on the shoes and given them a more discernible shape and improved creases and folds in the trousers and his shirt now fits more naturally.
FM20 Improved Human Models
Human Models in FM20 represent a significant upgrade from FM19. It's now more lifelike with more depth than in previous years. The model now has a more realistic anatomy and bone structure which results in a more lifelike appearance. Additionally, the kit textures have been overhauled for FM20. Utilising new software to create more realistic clothing that drape more naturally over the model and features creases and folds and to ensure that they move more naturally with the player. These improved textures have also been applied to referee kits too.
FM20 Head of Player Development
FM20 introduces the new Head of Player Development. This role is prominent in modern football, especially at elite clubs with significant numbers of loan players plying their trade at clubs across the globe for the new season. A Head of Player Development recommends the players they think would benefit from a loan spell and where he believes they should go while providing loan reports to the manager to easily track those players’ progress.
FM20 Technical Director
FM20 sees a number of new staff roles added including the Technical Director, a role with the ability to offer backroom advice from the very top with two brand new attributes judging staff ability and judging staff potential. They are a highly senior member of staff, focusing on other senior members of the team to suggest coaching courses and report on staff progression, further proof of the long-term development that Football Manager 2020 allows you to oversee. Not only can you focus on bringing the best out of players but staff too, creating sustainability at the club with staff who grow with you.
FM20 Responsibilities Overhaul
In FM20 the responsibilities screen has been overhauled. Your responsibilities are broken down by area and you can delegate or control each individual responsibility. You can also adjust when you receive advice and reports from your backroom staff and who sends them through.
FM20 Responsibilities in News Items
In FM20 you now have the ability to change your responsibility settings from within news items. On a news item relating to scouting you can click the dropdown menu and adjust every aspect of your scouting responsibilities there and then, without having to go into the staff section and change it from there.
FM20 Squares on the tactics screen
In Football Manager 2020 you can select any square on the tactics pitch, bringing up more detailed analysis on what factors are influencing your strength in that area of the pitch.
FM20 Team Selection Advice 2
In FM20 you can hit ‘Selection Advice’ to see team selection advice from any member of your backroom team. You might want to take all of the advice of one member of your staff or see what the consensus is across the board before making your team selection decision.
FM20 Team Selection Advice
Real life football clubs collaborate ahead of matchdays, particularly with selecting the matchday squad. This is implemented in #FM20 in the form of brand-new team selection advice. As part of your pre-match news flow, you’ll receive an inbox message informing you of your backroom team’s advice on who you should pick in your matchday squad. This advice takes into account a range of information from form, role suitability, player ability and relevant information on all the players in your proposed starting eleven. From within this news item you can choose to accept all, none or some of your backroom staff’s recommendations for the starting eleven. Simply tick or untick the selections you want to proceed with and then hit ‘Apply Changes’ and that line-up will automatically be added to the team selection screen on matchday. Don’t worry if you change your mind between receiving the news item and matchday itself as you can still make changes on the team selection screen before you head to kick-off.
FM20 Career Pathways
To keep track of the changes, you’ll receive regular updates in this department. At the end of each season you’ll be notified by your backroom staff indicating the status your players are progressing to ahead of the new campaign. So, you’re aware that your former Future Prospect is now a Squad Player, and your former Star is now nothing more than a Fringe Player. This gives you, the manager, a chance to reassess each pathway in time to plan for the upcoming transfer window around the proposed playing time throughout the squad.
FM20 Player Pathways - Loan Players
The new Playing Time Pathway in FM20 will impact players you send out on loan. You and the potential loan club will be able to negotiate in more detail just how they plan to use your youngster with a defined level of Playing Time. This will help you decide which destination would be the most suitable when weighing up multiple options.
FM20 Pathways - Contracts
In Football Manager 2020 you can now set a players career path in their contract. Letting them know the roles they'll have season by season. If you have a youngster who'll only play in cup games, you can now promise him that he'll be in the first team in 2 or 3 years
FM20 Goalkeeper Playing Times
In FM20 Goalkeepers now have their own tailored playing times. You can define a Goalkeeper as an Emergency Backup, Backup, Cup Goalkeeper or First Choice. An emergency backup will not be expecting any minutes and you can be sure he won't be complaining about it. But be careful dropping your cup goalkeeper from the final, he may not be happy.
Define Career Pathways in Player Contracts
In FM20, when negotiating a player’s contract, you can fine tune their pathway through changes to their contract. You can alter their Playing Time with twelve descriptive statuses which indicate how much game-time you’re offering per season across their contract.
FM2020 Playing Time Pathway
FM2020 has a completely new player development engine. You can now plan and create long term pathways for your players Defining how they develop from youngsters playing in cup games to first team stars.
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Put your opinions to good use and do things your way at your club this season. Every decision counts in FM20 with new features and polished game mechanics adding fresh and authentic dimensions, empowering managers to take greater accountability for both their own and their team’s destiny.
Save the talk for the touchline and walk down the tunnel to a living, breathing football world with you at the very heart of it – this is a world where your opinion matters!
Talkers talk – but managers make things happen, and ours a special breed.
They don’t see problems, only opportunities: the opportunity to prove themselves against the best in the world, to turn a player’s career around, to instil a new philosophy, to push the board for more and end that long wait for silverware.
This is a world that rewards planning and knowledge but, unlike other games, there’s no pre-defined ending or script to follow – just endless possibilities and opportunities.
So, if you’ve ever thought “I can do better than that”, now’s your chance… Stop talking and get ahead of the conversation.
How you get to the top is up to you… you’ll own your decisions, and the consequences they bring.
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