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My answer There are areas of the side which need strengthening in first team areas, as well as adding depth to the talent you already have. Here is who I think are reasonable targets:. Sadly, you will have to sell to buy if he is your main target due to his price tag being higher than your budget. He may prove hard to prize away from a league rival. Luis Guilherme - Botafago - The young Brazilian is certainly a one for the future, and on the last few FM series, he has turned out to be quality if given the right tutoring and games.

Worth keeping an eye out for. You have a solid starting keeper in Starke, and a decent enough back-up in Casteels. It just depends whether you want to look elsewhere. Danny Wilson - Liverpool loan - The young Scot is available for loan at the start of the season, and would provide solid cover at both centre half and left back.

He could be worth bringing in as a squad player for the first season. Philipp Wollscheid - Nurnberg - At 6'4, and good in the air, he could be a great option for both now, and the future. Modibo Diakite - Lazio - A really, really good centre half. Along with Wollscheid, he would be a fantastic option. I would definately look to strengthen your central defence.

Jaiselle can cover at left back, as I think he wouldnt be so reliable at centre half. A must look at. Felix Bastians left back - Freiburg - Another who would help strengthen the full back area. He is still young as well so will likely improve with games. Diego Renan right back - Cruziero - A very, very good player. He will be expensive, and with Beck as you club captain, it is not essential he is brought in. He can cover at left back so you may want to bring him in as first choice there.

Stephen Kelly right back - Fulham - Transfer listed at the start, so could be brought in on loan to provide cover for Beck. Not essential as you have two first team players, and enough elsewhere to cover, but there are much better options out there than what you have already available. Worth looking at. Diguinho - Fluminense - Probably a better option than Rigoni, but might be more expensive.

More a squad player. Timmy Simons - Nurnberg - At 34, he is only going to decline, but he could be a very solid signing for the first season. Rasmus Elm - AZ - Elm would be a fantastic addition to the squad. He would certainly add a lot of quality to your side and could pull the strings in midfield alongside Salihovic.

Must buy in my eyes. Kevin Pannewitz - Rostock - A one for the future who could learn from some of the players already there. Would be a good addition. A lot of work needs to be done centrally. You dont need to strengthen your attacking side as you have a lot of quality.

Lets face it, your wide areas arent the best in reality. If you want to go with wingers, you need to improve here. Younes Belhanda right wing - Montpellier - The Morrocan would add some quality to your lack of wingers. If you want to sign wide players, he is worth a shot at. Xherdan Shaqiri right wing - Basel - Like Belhanda, he is young and would add a lot of quality to your wide areas.

From what I have seen of him in real life he is a very solid player. Would be a good signing for the left hand side. The only question you need to ask yourself here is, do I want to go with wingers? If so then definately sign and make this your priority along with your central midfield to strengthen. Daniel Sturridge - Chelsea loan - Listed for loan at the start of the season. Might be worth a go. Could be picked up cheap.

Papiss Cisse - Freiburg - Would come at a cost due to his price tag, but would be your star striker if you manage bring him in. I think that is it done for now ha. Cheers Llew will hopefully be able to get into it as much as last years because I was struggling to get into the demo. With thanks to Llew's layout off his Malaga thread. Some nice posts there in the transfer targets, also good OP! Pre-Season Update. I got rid of most the staff, and brought in a lot to fill up the spaces which were available to me.

I then set about on my pre-season fixtures. Obviously based on match fitness, I also wanted to build up confidence and get the lads used to the formation s I would be playing over the course of the season. I was really pleased with pre-season. Obviously the Fluminense result was a tad annoying, but I wasnt to worried because it was an even game, but Deco was the difference.

I noted that it was obvious that I needed to strengthen the squad in numerous areas, and made the following transfers:. Overall, I was extremely pleased with my transfer dealing, especially getting rid of Ryan Babel. Even at 33, Maniche has added a bit of quality to the midfield, and his experience is vital to the younger players. Topal was injured for 6 weeks in his first game, so I brought Edu in to cover this, and Obasi was injured for 4 month, and with Mlapa leaving, and Ibisevic also injured, I needed cover.

Monthly Update - August With pre-season out the way, and the transfer window shutting at the end of the month see above post , my campaign started with a home tie to Hannover. Home form great, away form needs some work. For the first month of the season though, I am quite pleased and there is obviously areas which I can work on. Next up, Bremen away. Monthly Update - September I returned from the international break sitting in 6th place after a mixed August.

My first fixture back was at home to Champions Dortmund. Again, a mixed month. The away form continued to be troublesome, and I struggled to get a result against Kaiserslautern. Overall though, I kept up with the clubs at the top of the table and that is always a positive. Glyfi Sigurdsson continued to perform and the attacking midfielder grabbed his 5th goal in 7 league games.

Monthly Update - October I was really pleased with the month of October. I moved up to third in the table, which at the end of the season would result in Champions League football. Obviously the result against a 10 man Bayern side was a let down, and I was also dissappointed with the game against Freiburg, but my first away win of the season was a huge bonus, and although I made hard work of it, I knew I could go to a managerless Stuttgart and get a result. Good month overall.

We're left with one man threads most of the time. Yeah mate I agree. Such a shame because its a great league with so many sides capable of winning the league, and then the extra challenge of competing in Europe is a fantastic challenge also.

It's early days though, maybe more people will hop on board when they've had enough of the PSG's etc. Monthly Update - November I was pretty happy with two thirds of the games in November, but the game against Leverkusen really annoyed me.

The goal, which was in the 6th minute of stoppage time, came after the fourth official announced that there would only be two minuted added on. I was really annoyed, especially since I defended brilliant, and my goalkeeper had little to do. Otherwise, a good month and Im sitting nicely in 4th place, whilst Bayern Munich continue to pull away. Monthly Update - December The final month before the winter break in Germany, and it was a huge month which got me back in conention for the title.

Finally, a perfect month. A great performance away to Gladbach, especially after going down to 10 men. Ibisevic continued his return from injury with a great hat-trick against Wolfsburg. I take confidence into January, and I am just 6pts behind Bayern as well. A great chance of making it to the Semi-Final with a home tie against Hannover. I really struggled against Frankfurt and I had to battle for the win.

Looking good. I am thinking of a Bundesliga team with a bit of potential but someone who isnt in European football. I think Hoffenheim is a good choice. How's the youth system there? Any youngsters coming through? I prefer a team with some home-grown talent rather than loads of foreigners. To be honest mate, first season there arent any 'great' ones. Jannik Vestergaard, Denis Thomalla, Manuel Gulde and Seifedin Chabbi are the best ones, and Robert Firmino who starts this season in the first team he never last season is fantastic.

On FM11 he was labelled the next Diego on mine, and on this years he is the next Jadson, so he could be class. I will be able to post a ss of each later on mate. The positive though, is that with Hopp's as your sugar daddy owner, you will get a ton of money off him in the 2nd season, and if you achieve sucess, he will back you to the hilt and you will be able to improve all the facilities to bring in better youth players.

In terms of a potentially successful team in the Bundesliga, is there another side out there like Hoffenheim sleeping in nature? Im in my first season still. Nearly the end of January. I wouldnt say that Hoffenheim are sleeping, because they are a club from a tiny little village and have had no success until Hopp took over. They are a club on the rise somewhat, but have settled themselves as a mid-table side in the last 3 years.

The best thing in essence with the Bundesliga, is that there are effectively up to 8 or 9 teams who are within a serious shout of winning the league if all goes right. All top teams really. If it was me picking a club to start as in Germany, I would definately look at Hoffe, and then also Schalke and Koln, who have signed Lucas Podolski. Nice Hoffe thread again SRL Not to sound like I'm trying to jinx them or anything, but on my Newcastle save the Hoffe are really struggling and currently bottom of the league.

I'm keeping an eye on several of their players in case the unthinkable happens and they go down, allowing me to plunder talent on the cheap. Out of Salhovic, Firmino and Sigurdsson which would you say was the 'Must buy'? I reckon Firmino and Sigurdsson just have the edge due to their relative youth, but I would dearly love a free kick genius in the ranks have to admit.

Cheers DandyDon , muchly appreciated. It completely depends on what you are looking for really mate. Sigurdsson isnt exactly far behind Salihovic in terms of set-pieces if you look closely, so I would go for him. Plus, as a treq just off the front, he is absolutely lethal. I would put Salihovic in the Charlie Adam mold, just better in my eyes and he always manages to pick out your man on set-pieces. Firmino is one of those players who is good, but you need to have the confidence in playing him week in, week out if you want him to improve.

I find it difficult finding a suitable role for him as well. If you want class as well if they get relegated , Andreas Beck is the must buy out of them all!!! I'll be keeping my eye on them anyway, there's still plenty time for Hoffe to avoid relegation admittedly. My scouts have recommended Firmino as a definite purchase by the way, so I'm guessing he has bags of potential. Yeah his potential is fantastic. Labelled the next Jadson on my save, and on FM11 he was labelled the next Diego.

Not to bad. I think I could live with that label. Hi guys! Let me introduce myself. My virtual name is Willy Knopper and im about to take over German football with Hoffe! Im expecting total domination and numerous championships and titles! Yes im starting my first serious save with Hoffenheim.

More info coming soon. Good luck Willy. Nice to see someone else starting a save with Hoffe. Im a Liverpool fan in real life, and when I done the thread for Hoffe last season, it ensured that I had a soft spot for the club. Really, really enjoy playing as them because you are pretty much creating a dynisty. A club from a tiny village and taking them to global domination.

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He can cover at left back so you may want to bring him in as first choice there. Stephen Kelly right back - Fulham - Transfer listed at the start, so could be brought in on loan to provide cover for Beck. Not essential as you have two first team players, and enough elsewhere to cover, but there are much better options out there than what you have already available. Worth looking at. Diguinho - Fluminense - Probably a better option than Rigoni, but might be more expensive.

More a squad player. Timmy Simons - Nurnberg - At 34, he is only going to decline, but he could be a very solid signing for the first season. Rasmus Elm - AZ - Elm would be a fantastic addition to the squad. He would certainly add a lot of quality to your side and could pull the strings in midfield alongside Salihovic. Must buy in my eyes. Kevin Pannewitz - Rostock - A one for the future who could learn from some of the players already there. Would be a good addition.

A lot of work needs to be done centrally. You dont need to strengthen your attacking side as you have a lot of quality. Lets face it, your wide areas arent the best in reality. If you want to go with wingers, you need to improve here. Younes Belhanda right wing - Montpellier - The Morrocan would add some quality to your lack of wingers. If you want to sign wide players, he is worth a shot at. Xherdan Shaqiri right wing - Basel - Like Belhanda, he is young and would add a lot of quality to your wide areas.

From what I have seen of him in real life he is a very solid player. Would be a good signing for the left hand side. The only question you need to ask yourself here is, do I want to go with wingers? If so then definately sign and make this your priority along with your central midfield to strengthen.

Daniel Sturridge - Chelsea loan - Listed for loan at the start of the season. Might be worth a go. Could be picked up cheap. Papiss Cisse - Freiburg - Would come at a cost due to his price tag, but would be your star striker if you manage bring him in. I think that is it done for now ha. Cheers Llew will hopefully be able to get into it as much as last years because I was struggling to get into the demo. With thanks to Llew's layout off his Malaga thread. Some nice posts there in the transfer targets, also good OP!

Pre-Season Update. I got rid of most the staff, and brought in a lot to fill up the spaces which were available to me. I then set about on my pre-season fixtures. Obviously based on match fitness, I also wanted to build up confidence and get the lads used to the formation s I would be playing over the course of the season.

I was really pleased with pre-season. Obviously the Fluminense result was a tad annoying, but I wasnt to worried because it was an even game, but Deco was the difference. I noted that it was obvious that I needed to strengthen the squad in numerous areas, and made the following transfers:. Overall, I was extremely pleased with my transfer dealing, especially getting rid of Ryan Babel. Even at 33, Maniche has added a bit of quality to the midfield, and his experience is vital to the younger players.

Topal was injured for 6 weeks in his first game, so I brought Edu in to cover this, and Obasi was injured for 4 month, and with Mlapa leaving, and Ibisevic also injured, I needed cover. Monthly Update - August With pre-season out the way, and the transfer window shutting at the end of the month see above post , my campaign started with a home tie to Hannover. Home form great, away form needs some work.

For the first month of the season though, I am quite pleased and there is obviously areas which I can work on. Next up, Bremen away. Monthly Update - September I returned from the international break sitting in 6th place after a mixed August. My first fixture back was at home to Champions Dortmund.

Again, a mixed month. The away form continued to be troublesome, and I struggled to get a result against Kaiserslautern. Overall though, I kept up with the clubs at the top of the table and that is always a positive. Glyfi Sigurdsson continued to perform and the attacking midfielder grabbed his 5th goal in 7 league games. Monthly Update - October I was really pleased with the month of October.

I moved up to third in the table, which at the end of the season would result in Champions League football. Obviously the result against a 10 man Bayern side was a let down, and I was also dissappointed with the game against Freiburg, but my first away win of the season was a huge bonus, and although I made hard work of it, I knew I could go to a managerless Stuttgart and get a result. Good month overall. We're left with one man threads most of the time.

Yeah mate I agree. Such a shame because its a great league with so many sides capable of winning the league, and then the extra challenge of competing in Europe is a fantastic challenge also. It's early days though, maybe more people will hop on board when they've had enough of the PSG's etc. Monthly Update - November I was pretty happy with two thirds of the games in November, but the game against Leverkusen really annoyed me. The goal, which was in the 6th minute of stoppage time, came after the fourth official announced that there would only be two minuted added on.

I was really annoyed, especially since I defended brilliant, and my goalkeeper had little to do. Otherwise, a good month and Im sitting nicely in 4th place, whilst Bayern Munich continue to pull away. Monthly Update - December The final month before the winter break in Germany, and it was a huge month which got me back in conention for the title.

Finally, a perfect month. A great performance away to Gladbach, especially after going down to 10 men. Ibisevic continued his return from injury with a great hat-trick against Wolfsburg. I take confidence into January, and I am just 6pts behind Bayern as well.

A great chance of making it to the Semi-Final with a home tie against Hannover. I really struggled against Frankfurt and I had to battle for the win. Looking good. I am thinking of a Bundesliga team with a bit of potential but someone who isnt in European football.

I think Hoffenheim is a good choice. How's the youth system there? Any youngsters coming through? I prefer a team with some home-grown talent rather than loads of foreigners. To be honest mate, first season there arent any 'great' ones. Jannik Vestergaard, Denis Thomalla, Manuel Gulde and Seifedin Chabbi are the best ones, and Robert Firmino who starts this season in the first team he never last season is fantastic.

On FM11 he was labelled the next Diego on mine, and on this years he is the next Jadson, so he could be class. I will be able to post a ss of each later on mate. The positive though, is that with Hopp's as your sugar daddy owner, you will get a ton of money off him in the 2nd season, and if you achieve sucess, he will back you to the hilt and you will be able to improve all the facilities to bring in better youth players.

In terms of a potentially successful team in the Bundesliga, is there another side out there like Hoffenheim sleeping in nature? Im in my first season still. Nearly the end of January. I wouldnt say that Hoffenheim are sleeping, because they are a club from a tiny little village and have had no success until Hopp took over. They are a club on the rise somewhat, but have settled themselves as a mid-table side in the last 3 years.

The best thing in essence with the Bundesliga, is that there are effectively up to 8 or 9 teams who are within a serious shout of winning the league if all goes right. All top teams really. If it was me picking a club to start as in Germany, I would definately look at Hoffe, and then also Schalke and Koln, who have signed Lucas Podolski.

Nice Hoffe thread again SRL Not to sound like I'm trying to jinx them or anything, but on my Newcastle save the Hoffe are really struggling and currently bottom of the league. I'm keeping an eye on several of their players in case the unthinkable happens and they go down, allowing me to plunder talent on the cheap.

Out of Salhovic, Firmino and Sigurdsson which would you say was the 'Must buy'? I reckon Firmino and Sigurdsson just have the edge due to their relative youth, but I would dearly love a free kick genius in the ranks have to admit.

Cheers DandyDon , muchly appreciated. It completely depends on what you are looking for really mate. Sigurdsson isnt exactly far behind Salihovic in terms of set-pieces if you look closely, so I would go for him. Plus, as a treq just off the front, he is absolutely lethal. I would put Salihovic in the Charlie Adam mold, just better in my eyes and he always manages to pick out your man on set-pieces. Firmino is one of those players who is good, but you need to have the confidence in playing him week in, week out if you want him to improve.

I find it difficult finding a suitable role for him as well. If you want class as well if they get relegated , Andreas Beck is the must buy out of them all!!! I'll be keeping my eye on them anyway, there's still plenty time for Hoffe to avoid relegation admittedly. My scouts have recommended Firmino as a definite purchase by the way, so I'm guessing he has bags of potential. Yeah his potential is fantastic. Labelled the next Jadson on my save, and on FM11 he was labelled the next Diego.

Not to bad. I think I could live with that label. Hi guys! Let me introduce myself. My virtual name is Willy Knopper and im about to take over German football with Hoffe! Im expecting total domination and numerous championships and titles! Yes im starting my first serious save with Hoffenheim. More info coming soon. Good luck Willy. Nice to see someone else starting a save with Hoffe. Im a Liverpool fan in real life, and when I done the thread for Hoffe last season, it ensured that I had a soft spot for the club.

Really, really enjoy playing as them because you are pretty much creating a dynisty. A club from a tiny village and taking them to global domination. Interesting story. I was planning to play with Blackburn, the team I support, and I actually started with them but Ive never been able to play a game with them throughout the series cause it just feels weird.

I dont know why. But I am thinking of Hoffenheim now cause its an interesting story to take them up to the top. Never played in Germany before. I usually play in Italy or France. I dont play as Liverpool anymore either. One fact is that the thread is very cliquey, so its not worth posting in either. Germany is a very, very fun league to be in.

Up to 8 teams are all within a chance of winning the league. Cracking league. I can't find anything to state I did but I seem to recall being given it at the start. Maybe it was for something else though! Not sure if that counts champions league TV revenue? If you were in the Champions League then you could make that on that alone. We are both probably wrong ha.

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