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Welcome To Football

Welcome To Financial Fair Play

I'm calling it...

Time of Death 15:26 May 26th 2015

RIP: Financial Fair Play

A genuine and heartfelt thanks to every single manager, past and present who has participated along the way and helped create IMO the most complex GW in SM forum history to date.

It is clear that the GW has come to an end.

It was the first and only FFP to have made it past Season 1, so we're making progress.

The Financial Fair Play Series will return in future with improvements.

For those that remain please leave your clubs ASAP.

All that is left to say is...

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Financial Fair Play promises to be the most in depth, realistic and challenging set up ever seen on Soccer Manager with regular in game updates and club specific targets.

The concept is simple, meet and beat your targets whilst staying Financially stable.

Those that fulfil their season's success criteria will see their club's revenues rise and their financial power increased but perform poorly and you might have to sell off some stars to balance the books.

The innovative wage cap system means that no longer can poor performing sides hog the best players. Wage caps mean tough choices.

Do you fill your side with stars but have no back up options or spread your finances with versatility?

Can you really afford to offer that young up and coming riser a new contract at the risk of losing an older head?

Is it worth wasting wage budget on that 90+ benched player?

All these scenarios make FFP a fluid and vibrant place to play with the most naturally flowing transfer market on Soccer Manager.

Waiting List

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Cam Lucas

Sir Rahul

Olivier 1

The Details

  • 2 Divisions of 8 teams
  • Individual club transfer budgets based on real life and in game performance
  • Individual club wage limits based on real life and in game performance
  • Individual club max transfer fee limits
  • General transfer market stories to encourage market activity
  • Player Transfer Saga's where certain criteria must be met e.g. forced loans, transfers or gametime increases
  • Custom Objectives for each club
  • Custom chairman market demands
  • MORE TO COME

The Official Financial Fair Play Club Rules

Division 1

Bayern Munich

Kopstar

Rule 1: After a scoring the winner in the World Cup final Mario Gotze’s reputation is fast on the rise. With Frank Ribery and Arjen Robben ageing the expectation is that one will make way for Gotze next season. To prevent this the team must remain successful as the experienced wingers will not want to play second fiddle at anywhere other than the champions. Finish 1st or risk losing one of your star wingers. (This rule remains unless either Robben or Ribery are sold in another deal or Gotze is sold as concerns would then no longer be valid).

Rule 2: Xherdan Shaqiri is keen on a move to Liverpool where he feels he will get more game time. While he likes life in Germany he’s not content with a bit part role. If Liverpool offers £15m for his services he must be sold.

Rule 3: Sponsorship deals are being offered left right and centre to the world cup winners and one man who has attracted a lot of attention is Thomas Muller. Adidas are keen to offer him a special deal as part of their ‘Predatory Players’ campaign but want to see him perform for his club this season too. If Thomas Muller can average above 8.00 this season or score more than 10 goals you will receive an extra £10m in transfer budget.

Rule 4: After national success the German crowds want to see as much of their world cup stars as possible. The board wishes to keep the ticket and shirt sales high so at least 4 German players must start each game. Failure to do so will result in loss in ticket sales and will affect your future wage and transfer budgets (Min 60 mins played).

Rule 5: After selling Kroos to Real Madrid the board is keen to see him replaced. The club’s Chairman has managed to negotiate a £21m fee for Lars Bender of Bayer Leverkusen. You have first option on him but do not have to sign him.

Transfer Budget = £28m + Sales

Wage Budget = £1,550,000

Barcelona

Newman

Rule 1: A dismal world cup display from the Spanish national side has left a question mark over the player’s heads in particular Xavi and Piqué. After the sale of Fabregas the Chariman feels it would be unwise to sell Xavi this season, as they want to see if he can help Rakitic develop in his new surroundings. Also with Thomas Vermaelen arriving they want to see if Piqué’s form can improve to keep his first team place. If Barcelona do not finish in the top 2 then whoever performs the worst will be sold (based on average performances).

Rule 2: Dani Alves has publically expressed his desire to move to an English club. If any English side offers £25m for his services then he must move.

Rule 3: If Dani Alves is sold the board demands he be replaced. You must therefore sign a RB 91+ rated the money from the sale (Max offer £25m).

Rule 4: After selling Fabregas to Chelsea despite the addition of Rakitic the board would like to see you invest in a young up and coming midfielder 89+ U23. They will not allow you to spend over £20m unless he is Spanish.

Rule 5: The board is pleased with the signing of Luis Suarez and believe that along with Neymar and Messi Barcelona has the best attack in Europe. Adidas and Nike are looking to do deals with the 3 forwards which would make the club £7m per player. If Neymar, Messi or Suarez manage to score 7+ goals then the sponsorships will go ahead for the respective players earning you added transfer budget for next season. If either wins the golden boot or player of the season award add a bonus £5m for that player.

Transfer Budget = £25m + Sales

Wage Budget = £1,430,000

Real Madrid

Closer

Rule 1: As champions of Europe the club is in high spirits but the sales of several key players like Di Maria and Alonso have lead to some questioning the boards transfer policy. Rumours have flooded in about the potential departure of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United but the player’s agent insists he’s happy. While all this was unfolding though the true wantaways Sami Khedeira and Alarcon Isco have requested a transfer. The chairman is adamant that both cannot be allowed to leave in the same season and with Khedeira entering into the final year of his contract has decided he will be made available for £22m with England being his only viable destination.

Rule 2: Isco is also unhappy but will not leave this season by force. He is content enough to stay at a top 2 side and not play as much but any less and he’ll seek pastures new.

Rule 3: With the Ballon D’or fast approaching kit manufacturers Nike are keen to get Ronaldo on a new sponsorship contract as the lead ambassador of their ‘Speed Demon’ campaign. If he wins player of the season, or the golden boot the club will receive a bonus £15m!

Rule 4: The club would like to see another striker 91+ arrive at the club as injury to Benzema would leave you very light upfront. With Javier Hernandez on loan the board has worked a deal with Manchester United where a £18m offer would secure his services. You do not have to complete this deal but must bring in another striker of similar quality 91+.

Rule 5: The club is concerned about the lack of first team Spanish talent with only Ramos being assured of starting. They would like to see a 92+ Spanish talent arrive who could seriously contend a starting place. In order to secure this the board will grant a supplementary £10m to any fee on such a player (without removing it from your budget).

Transfer Budget = £35m + Sales

Wage Budget = £1,440,000

Chelsea

Keystone

Rule 1: Thibaut Courtois’ arrival after winning the Spanish league has really put a cat amongst the pigeons. Dedicated GK Petr Cech has tried to think positively about his future at Chelsea but realises he has no place at the club. He has requested a transfer. Any Spanish club without a GK 90+ rated offering £18m for his services will secure his signature.

Rule 2: Eden Hazard has been in great form for the club and looks to be developing into a world-class player. His performances have attracted interest from many clubs and although there seems to be some truth in rumours of him weighing up a move he has given you his word that if Chelsea manages a top 3 finish he will remain at the club.

Rule 3: The arrival of Diego Costa seems to be the final piece of the Chelsea puzzle. A top finisher at a top club seems a real moneymaker. Adidas are looking at developing a specialised predator boot as part of their ‘Predatory Players’ campaign that will commemorate the best poachers in football. If Costa can manage 8+ goals in the season he will be part of their campaign that would see you benefit to the tune of £8m added to next season’s budget.

Rule 4: The chairman is keen to keep making money off youngsters and believes that your current scouting system is good enough to make you some money. He would like you to invest in 3 new U21 players rated 80-84 and would like to see them develop at least +4 between them. Failure to do so will result in him losing faith in your talents and a docking of £8m from next season’s budget but fulfil this target and you will gain £15m instead.

Rule 5: The chairman is already happy with your transfers this season but believes another world-class talent 93+ (except GK) would make you real contenders. He will therefore allow you to offer up to £50m (even if you do not have the funds) on a 93+ rated player as long as at least £35m comes directly from your budget.

Transfer Budget = £20m + Sales

Wage Budget = £1,250,000

Manchester City

.RC

Rule 1: The club is currently being investigated for potential FFP breaks and as a result may only spend over £35m on one player this season. The Club is furious and feels as though they have been made an example of. Legal action is being taken and a loophole has emerged.

Rule 2: Yaya Toure is still upset about the birthday-gate and clubs have been alerted to this. Toure feels under appreciated and would like to move on. The club is standing firm though and will only accept a bid of £50m. If no club meets this offer and the club fails to be in the top 4 this figure will be reduced to £35m next season.

Rule 3: If Toure is sold then the board feels replacing him will be a priority. Without Toure the board will not be subject to Rule 1 and will be able to sign any CM/DM 94-96 rated for £70m. (subject to review)

Rule 4: Sergio Aguero is expected to have an outstanding season and PUMA are looking to renew his sponsorship deal as part of their ‘Pride’ campaign. If he scores 7+ goals you will receive £8m to your budget next season.

Rule 5: Frank Lampard has been really impressed by the club and is keen on joining permanently. You may therefore sign him for CV this season by returning him from loan. No other club may bid for him this season.

Transfer Budget = £30m + Sales

Wage Budget = £1,300,000

Juventus

Chivas

Rule 1: Arturo Vidal was disappointed not to move to Manchester United after the club felt his knee injury was too risky. He is still keen on a move to England but the rejection has put him off the Red side of Manchester. Release fee to English clubs (except United) £40m.

Rule 2: The club is desperate to stay in Division 1 and so is Paul Pogba. He knows he’s got a big future and will not accept Division 2 football. Stay up and he’ll be content.

Rule 3: If Vidal is sold the club will put it’s faith in Pogba to replace him however they will still want a marquee signing to sell shirts. Minimum marquee rating 93+ any position.

Rule 4: Andrea Pirlo has long been praised for his accuracy with the ball and has been set a challenge by Nike as part of their ‘Pass Masters’ campaign to be involved in the build up to at least 8 goals this season (assists). If he completes this challenge the club will see an astonishing £16m added to its budget for next year!

Rule 5: El Shaarawy is fed up at AC Milan. He doesn’t feel he’s fulfilling his potential but wants to stay in Italy. Offer £14m for him and he’s yours!

Transfer Budget = £20m + Sales

Wage Budget = £1,230,000

Atletico Madrid

Keith Fitz

Rule 1: As champions of La Liga last season the club is riding on a high but success doesn’t go unnoticed and Koke has been attracting a lot of attention from Spanish clubs. He has no intention of leaving this season but if relegated will look to potentially move to Barcelona or Real Madrid (whichever finishes highest).

Rule 2: After losing Thibaut Courtois the board is worried that your GK options are not strong enough for the division. Given he has returned to Chelsea the board suggest you target Cech but would like to see a 91+ Gk arrive at the club.

Rule 3: The loss of Diego Costa has been felt at the club but the board feels Mandzukic should be able to step up. They have set him a target of 5 goals this season, as they do not want to overly pressurize him. If successful they will increase your budget by £5m next season.

Rule 4: The club would like to see at least 1 88+ rated Spanish signing under the age of 26. If this player increases in rating during this season the club will gain £5m for next season.

Rule 5: Javi Manquillo is on loan at Liverpool with the option to buy. If at any point Liverpool offer you £6m for him you must accept.

Transfer Budget = £15m + Sales

Wage Budget = £1,050,000

Arsenal

Gozzy

Rule 1: Mesut Ozil is getting a lot of stick from fans and media complaining that he is inconsistent and struggles against the top sides. Ozil has spoken to the board to tell them that he is increasingly uncomfortable and fears that a poor season from Arsenal might spell the end of his days at the club. If Arsenal are relegated Ozil will look to move.

Rule 2: The board are not happy with the RB or DM situation at the club and would like to see one of them resolved. With both Dani Alves and Sami Khedeira available the board sees no excuse as to why a 92+ player cannot be bought for one of the positions. Failure to do so will result in loss of confidence in your ability to secure transfers and an £8m budget loss next season.

Rule 3: The arrival of Danny Welbeck has divided fans, some feel he could be moulded into the English Henry others believe he’s a wasted endeavour. Nike have issued him a challenge as part of a ‘Second chance’ campaign. They wish to see Welbeck become top scorer at Arsenal! If successful the campaign will run and Arsenal will benefit to the tune of £9m added to next season’s budget!

Rule 4: Podolski and Arteta do not feel appreciated and fear the arrival of Sanchez and development of Aaron Ramsey will seriously harm their first team chances. Podolski is keen on a move to Germany but is focused more on first team football. Release fee to German clubs £12m. Arteta would like to return to Everton and thanks to a buy back clause is able to for a fee of £9m. For all other clubs the fee is £11m.

Rule 5: Everyone knows Arsenal love their young players and the board are keen to keep this going as it is attracting players to the academy. You must sign an U21 rated 87+.

Transfer Budget = £17m + Sales

Wage Budget = £1,130,000

Division 2

Borussia Dortmund

Scrool

Rule 1: With the domestic league being dominated by Bayern Munich before the creation of the FFP Championship many players are disheartened. Marco Reus realises that Dortmund are a way behind their rivals and that promotion is needed to attract the sort of player to realistically contend. Get promoted this season or he might be on his way out.

Rule 2: The return of Shinji Kagawa has seen shirt sales and merchandising purchases rise in Japan and across Asia. Keen to encourage this newfound fanbase the board would like to see Kagawa succeed. If Kagawa averages above 7.5 by the end of the season (min 7 games and 60mins/ games) then the board will see their sales increase and grant you an extra £8m for next season’s budget.

Rule 3: The loss of Lewandowski has been a huge blow to the sides attacking threats and while Immobile has been in good form the club feel a truly world class striker is needed. You must secure a 93+ striker. As this will no doubt be difficult the board will back you financially offering an extra £20m when acquiring this player. (This will be separate from you budget). If you are unsuccessful then the board will lose confidence in your ability to secure targets and reduce you budget next season by £10m.

Rule 4: The board is keen to see more German youth arrive at the club. They have managed to secure a deal for Julian Draxler of FC Schalke for £17m. You have first refusal.

Rule 5: Gundogan’s return from injury is much anticipated and has, like Welbeck, been headhunted by Nike for their ‘second chance’ campaign. If Gundogan can prove his doubters wrong by staying fit all season and being involved in at least 5 goals (assists + goals) the club will receive sponsorship money worth £8m to the budget.

Transfer Budget = £20m + Sales

Wage Budget = £1,100,000

Manchester United

Ben C

Rule 1: The club has had a terrific summer but the lack of a truly top CB is cause for great concern. After the Kagawa transfer relations with Borussia Dortmund are at a high and the club are willing to sell Hummels albeit for a release fee of £40m! If you do not meet the release fee then you must still secure the services of a CB 91+.

Rule 2: Radamel Falcao has arrived on loan and wants to sign on permanently. With Rooney named captain Robin Van Persie feels increasingly threatened by Falcao’s presence and believes someone of his standard must be first choice or nothing. Choosing to sign Falcao permanently will cost the club £43m but Van Persie must then be sold.

Rule 3: The arrival of Angel Di Maria brings much needed pace to the United side. As part of Adidas’ ‘Speed Demon’ campaign Di Maria has been challenged to contribute to at least 6 goals in the season (assists + goals) which will see United’s budget increase by £6m next season.

Rule 4: The board was pleased to see Luke Shaw arrive at the club albeit for a high fee. In order to justify his purchase the chairman advises that he should be played often. Shaw must start 7 games for the club or the chairman will grow concerned with your spending habits and reduce your budget by £10m next season.

Rule 5: Juan Mata is concerned that a section of the United fan base feel he is a ‘luxury’ player. If United do not get promoted this season they will be without that ‘luxury’ as Mata moved to be at a top club, not ridiculed.

Transfer Budget = £35m + Sales

Wage Budget = £1,400,000

Liverpool

Huddo

Rule 1: The loss of Suarez is felt in the side and as such the club has replaced quality with quantity. While replacing Suarez directly is difficult the board would like to see one top signing come in (92+) in either a F(RLC) or AM (RLC) position. The board will grant you an extra £10m not out of you budget if it is a striker.

Rule 2: Raheem Sterling is seen by many as the hottest talent in European football. At just 19 years old the club feels he needs to be managed correctly and so do his sponsors. Sterling cannot get injured this season and must be involved in 4 goals (goals + assists) or sponsors Nike will cancel his ‘Speed Demon’ contract and the club will miss out on a £7m increase to their budget next season.

Rule 3: Stephen Gerrard is ageing and the DM position is becoming increasingly important in modern football. The board would therefore like to see you invest in a long term replacement U26 and 90+ to allay their fears.

Rule 4: Raheem Sterling is in great demand from Division 1 clubs seeking his signature. Fortunately he is appreciative of the chances Liverpool gave him and has rejected all attempts to sign him. However if Liverpool fails to reach the top 3 he could be tempted into leaving.

Rule 5: Jose Enrique fears the arrival of Moreno spell the end of his career and he’s right. The board have decided to sell him on. Release fee £6m.

Transfer Budget = £17m + Sales

Wage Budget = £1,100,000

Tottenham Hotspur

Vendetta

Rule 1: After failing to make any notable impact last season fans are questioning the purchase of Erik Lamela to replace Bale. They want to see him achieve at least 7.00 average rating across the season or will demand he be sold. (League only but outstanding cup performances will be noted)

Rule 2: The club feels that after selling Sandro a new DM is needed. Morgan Schneiderlin is unsettled and the board has agreed a £10m deal for him (You have first refusal and may choose to either buy or not, no other club may compete if you choose to buy outside of your budgets).

Rule 3: The board feels a marquee signing is needed to boost shirt sales. They wish to see a player 92+ rated arrive at the club any position or risk losing out on crucial merchandising money. (92+ meaning 92-99 inclusive)

Rule 4: Hugo Lloris feels that the purchase of Vorm on top of Brad Friedel at the club is a bit of a surprise. Rather than take it as an insult he sees it as a challenge and so too do glove manufacturer Uhlsport who have offered a new sponsorship contract worth £8m if he can keep more than 6 clean sheets as part of their ‘Safe Hands’ campaign.

Rule 5: Kaboul knows that his time is up at the club as he’s draining wages and not made himself an automatic starter. Release fee £8m

Transfer Budget = £15m + Sales

Wage Budget = £980,000

Everton

Muallan

Rule 1: After only just qualifying for the competition many feel Everton are the underdogs from England. The board know that a good manager can get results but also needs backing. They feel the side has decent depth but is missing top players to get the fans off their feet and would like to see two 91+ players arrive at the club.

Rule 2: The club has fought hard to be financially stable and does not need to sell any players. The players themselves are also delighted to be in such a prestigious competition. Regardless of your first year’s performance no player will request to leave.

Rule 3: Ross Barkley is attracting interest from sponsors but they are reluctant to invest in him unless he’s involved in matches. If Barkley plays in 9 games (60mins minimum) then he will secure his first major contract with Nike as part of their propsed ‘Rising Star’ campaign. This will secure the club an extra £6m next season.

Rule 4: The record signing of Lukaku has attracted the interest of Belgian players. After a dismal season with United Fellaini is keen to link up with his fellow compatriot and return to Everton. He can be bought for £15m which will not come from your budget.

Rule 5: The club believes John Stones needs gametime to progress. He is content with just 5 starts in the season but putting your faith in him for 10 will save the board a lot of money in wages and appearance fees enabling to to gain £5m to next season’s budget.

Transfer Budget = £13m + Sales

Wage Budget = £900,000

Roma

AniAniAni

Rule 1: Kevin Strootman is very keen on a move to United but the board have slapped a ridiculous price on his head and outright refused to sell him this season. In return Strootman want’s a guarantee that Roma will finish at least 4th in the Division or he will force a move next season to a new club.

Rule 2: Francesco Totti is a legend of the game. The oldest scorer in the Champions league ever and has secured a sponsorship as part of Nike’s ‘Evergreen’ campaign. If Totti remains uninjured all season and takes part in 6 goals (assists + goals) the club will receive £6m.

Rule 3: Ucan and Yanga-Mbiwa have joined the club on loan. They are so impressed with the facilities that they can be bought for CV (first option).

Rule 4: With Totti obviously nearing the end of his career the board would like to see a 90+ rated striker added to the side. As a result they have secured Guissepe Rossi for £13m. You have first refusal but must sign a striker.

Rule 5: Cole’s move to Roma has got the board thinking. They would like you to target another ageing English player 90+ 30+ to add experience and quality to your ranks. If you offer £6m over CV no club can refuse.

Transfer Budget = £14m + Sales

Wage Budget = £1,100,000

Athletic Club

Frozy

Rule 1: Like Everton Bilbao only just qualified for the competition but the board know that in order to succeed you desperately need some top players. Victor Valdes is a free agent and the club has already agreed to sign him for CV as he is keen to prove himself at an up and coming Spanish club.

Rule 2: With the clubs policy on Basque players limiting your potential transfers they have changed their stance knowing that it will not help you in such a competitive league. You now instead have the ability to sign 2 external Spanish players for CV (91-89).

Rule 3: The club has worked very hard to be financially secure and the sale of Herrera has meant this season no players need to be sold. The players are also delighted to be in such a prestigious competition and will not ask to leave regardless of your final league position.

Rule 4: Muniain is the club’s biggest assest and the board would like to see him perform well. Average ratings of above 7.20 for the season will see £7m added to your next budget.

Rule 5: The lack of national success at the world cup has given the squad a boost. Many of the players missed out on a place in Brazil and are determined to stake their claim this season. Any Spanish player that receives an average rating of 8.00+ in the season will gain the club £12m investment!

Transfer Budget = £12m + Sales

Wage Budget = £900,000

Paris Saint Germain

gonich_losova

Rule 1: Your spending has not gone unnoticed by FFP and as such the club may only spend over £35m on one player this season. The Club is furious and feels as though they have been made an example of. Legal action is being taken and a loophole has emerged.

Rule 2: Cavani is unhappy with spending most of his time on the wing. He realises that with Ibrahimovic at the club it will be difficult to gain a starting central role. He wants to leave and the board agree that if a £42m fee is met then he will leave.

Rule 3: If the club agree to the sale of Cavani, then the club will be in line with FFP regulations and Rule 1 will no longer apply and will be able to sign any forward 93-95 for £70m (Subject to review)

Rule 4: Adrien Rabiot is not happy at the club and with so little time left on his contract he want’s to know that the club see him as part of their future plans. Play him 5 times for a full 90mins to show him the faith he desires and he will stay. (League only)

Rule 5: David Luiz commanded a hefty fee and many pundits feel Luiz is a liability. Luiz has been offered a sponsorship from Nike as part of the ‘Money Where Your Mouth Is’ campaign. If Luiz can be a part of 7+ clean sheets the club will receive £7m added to next season’s budget.

Transfer Budget = £30m + Sales (subject to review)

Wage Budget = £1,200,000

Season 3 Rules - http://forum.soccermanager.com/showpost.php?p=3068329&postcount=1677

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Rule Break Penalty Notices

Rule Break Penalty Notice

Liverpool

After going over budget by £7.6m due to negligence the following restrictions are now in place.

1. As Mandzukic is the offending player he is suspended for 5 games and a release clause will be put into his contract for Season 2 of £20m (roughly the price you paid minus the £7.6m owed.

2. As you are now over budget you must sell one player that covers your debt of £7.6m within 72 hours (3 days of this message). You may not deal in anyway until you are back in budget and this fee must come from a single sale not multiple.

3. You will incur a £5m penalty for next season's budget.

Rule Break Penalty Notice

Chelsea

After going over your wage budget by £2860 the following restrictions are now in place.

1. Your club's Transfer Budget has been deducted by £3,000,000

2. You must be within your wage budget within 72 hours (3 days of this message)

Rule Break Penalty Notice

Manchester City

After failing to accept bids meeting Yaya Toure's release clause the following restrictions are now in place.

1. Yaya Toure's release clause is now £28m. Real Madrid and PSG have first option on him throughout Season 1. If both choose not to sign him (by stating so on the forum) then other clubs may bid for him at the start of Season 2.

2. Your wage budget will decrease by £100,000

3. Any transfer fee you receive for Yaya Toure will not go into your budget, it instead is spent on legal fees after Toure won a court case demanding a move.

4. Toure may not play in any games for Manchester City, if you play him your budget from next season will be reduced by £5m per game.

5. Toure's sale will no longer activate Rule 3 (as shown on the first post of the thread). You will not be able to buy any replacement for £70m.

Failure to follow these rulings will result in further punishment.

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Welcome To Football

Welcome To Financial Fair Play

The Concept

Financial Fair Play promises to be the most in depth' date=' realistic and challenging set up ever seen on Soccer Manager with regular in game updates and club specific targets.

The concept is simple, meet and beat your targets whilst staying Financially stable.

Those that fulfil their season's success criteria will see their club's revenues rise and their financial power increased but perform poorly and you might have to sell off some stars to balance the books.

The innovative wage cap system means that no longer can poor performing sides hog the best players. Wage caps mean tough choices.

Do you fill your side with stars but have no back up options or spread your finances with versatility?

Can you really afford to offer that young up and coming riser a new contract at the risk of losing an older head?

Is it worth wasting wage budget on that 90+ benched player?

All these scenarios make FFP a fluid and vibrant place to play with the most naturally flowing transfer market on Soccer Manager. [/font']

The Details

  • 2 Divisions of 8 teams
  • Individual club transfer budgets based on real life and in game performance
  • Individual club wage limits based on real life and in game performance
  • Individual club max transfer fee limits
  • General transfer market stories to encourage market activity
  • Player Transfer Saga's where certain criteria must be met e.g. forced loans, transfers or gametime increases
  • Custom Objectives for each club
  • Custom chairman market demands
  • MORE TO COME

Rule Layouts

Club Name:

Manager:

Rule 1:

Rule 2:

Rule 3:

Rule 4:

Rule 5:

Transfer Budget (+SALES)

Wage Cap

Interested?

1.Ben C

2.muallan

i m interested in this game world

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Re: The Official Financial Fair Play Gameworld Thread

Hey Ben, I made something similar with my friends and it was a great success, so I'm interested in this one - with this kind of improvements you're suggesting and if all the managers respect the rules (and give the attention it deserves) this could be a great success. Write me in ;)

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Hi guys just to keep you updated. Ideally (depending on interest) I'd like to be set up and ready in 2 weeks.

Those of you who are applying will have their names noted down but due to the nature of the set up I must cast a discerning eye over who I let in.

This set up requires commitment, communication and a degree of compliance in particular with rules.

If I feel that you will struggle with one of the above then I may omit you from the final cut.

I am more than happy to discuss why with you over PM if that does happen.

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I'm very interested! It's almost like Reality Check with a bigger financial twist, so my interest is definitely high. I was actually looking for a new custom GW to join last night but couldn't see any in which I could start from scratch, I.e. A GW still in the planning process :)

Match reports:

23/11/14: 4-0 vs Real Madrid [H]

27/11/14: 3-2 vs Atletico Madrid [H]

30/11/14: 1-1 vs Manchester City [A]

04/12/14: 1-1 vs Bayern Munich [A]

19/12/14: Barcelona Crowned Champions - 2-1 vs Real Madrid [A]

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Great to see such interest so soon.

It'd be great if you guys could promote the concept to other managers.

Remember I'm looking for the 3 c's in terms of who gets in.

Commitment, communication and compliance.

Tick all 3 boxes and I'll be happy knowing that you'll help this set up thrive rather than quit when I enforce a financial restriction rule on the clubs that manage themselves poorly.

The key to this set up is the initial transfer period. If we get it right early then it should flow well but early rule breaks spoil it.

I cannot stress how important rule following will be.

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Re: The Official Financial Fair Play Gameworld Thread

Hi all...looks like an interesting concept...certainly will remove the 147 player squads. I am interested in it so please keep me in the loop.

Totally agree mate great to see a cracking new concept which will be a great challenge - that's 3 more C's :P

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