Football Manager 2019 Cheats
Football Manager 2019
Submitted by: David K.
The Football Manager™ In-Game Editor is purchasable through Steam and allows you
to make real-time edits to your saved games. Once activated, you will notice an
“Edit” option on various screens and in assorted Actions Menus.
The “Edit” option on the Title Bar will typically allow you to edit “hidden”
attributes and values, such as a player’s Current and Potential Abilities. The
“Edit” functionality found within the ‘Actions’ menu, however (click on “Start
Editing”), will allow you to edit a person’s profile ‘live’, as you see it.
For example, a player’s attributes and biographical details will turn into
editable fields whilst editing is enabled, with the values open to alteration.
Once you’re happy with the amendments, click on ‘Stop Editing’ from the same
‘Actions’ menu section.
You can toggle whether or not the In-Game Editor is active for each saved game
during the setup process.
You can also toggle whether it appears in the tabs bar or not in the Game
Making a Transfer Offer:
The Transfer Offer screen allows you to compose your offer in as much detail
as you like. Begin by deciding whether you want to make a Transfer offer or a
Loan offer. You can also offer a trial or make an enquiry from the player’s
right-click Context Menu or the Tab Bar, but for the purposes of this section
we’ll deal with the two main types of offer to make.
Sticking with the Transfer type, you then need to decide upon a fee for the
player. The information panel to the top of the main screen area indicates the
player’s current estimated valuation and any fee his club are likely to demand
(if made clear). Unless the player has been transfer listed, you will usually
need to bid an absolute minimum of his valuation to hold the interest of his
owners, and most likely have to offer above that to get anywhere.
The ‘Transfer Date’ allows you to set when the deal will go through. A lot of
the time you’ll leave this as ‘Immediate’ to go through at the first possible
opportunity but, should you not have the required funds at the time, or perhaps
leave the player to develop at his former team for a longer period, you can
have the deal complete at the end of the current season.
At the bottom of the screen you can decide whether the deal is Negotiable or
not, and you can set a ‘Decision Deadline’, should you be tight for time or
simply keen to get the deal done.
Once you’ve set the core components of your deal, you can begin tweaking it
with Additional Fees and Clauses to entice the other team into accepting. For
example, you can break down the payment into instalments, or offer add-ons
based on performance or international recognition. These in particular will
be of interest to any prospective selling club as the potential income in
months and years to come can help long term financial security and prosperity.
Many aspects of a deal can be insisted upon by ‘locking’ them into place using
the padlock icon (once for non-negotiable (red), twice for semi-negotiable
(orange); semi negotiable means the other party is aware that you want to
insist upon it, but you might be prepared to budge if another part of the
deal is sweetened), and they can be either removed by clicking on the circular
icon with a ‘-‘ through the centre, or removed permanently and excluded from
negotiations by selecting that option from the menu produced by clicking it.
There is also the facility to offer a player in a part-exchange deal. This will
usually only be of benefit if the selling club has an interest in any of your
players, which your Assistant Manager will inform you of in the comments panel
at the left of the screen. Additionally, you will be informed of any potential
needs they may have in order for you to make an informed judgment if offering
a part-exchange. Use the ‘Add’ button to include players in the deal.
Once you’re happy with the package, you can either click on ‘Make Offer’ and
await a response which will typically arrive 24-48 hours later, or you can
click ‘Suggest Terms’ to negotiate ‘live’ in a bid to get your business done
swiftly. In this situation, the other party in the deal will tell you what
they like and dislike about the offer, with colour-coded references around
the screen leading you to identify which areas need further work if you’re
to strike an agreement.
Making a Loan Offer:
Loaning players typically benefits all parties. The player gets first team
football, his owners benefit from the player either developing or not being
at the team any more, which reduces the club’s wage bill depending on the
deal, and the loaning team get a player they presumably want, having offered
to loan him.
Note that you can offer a Playing Monthly Fee and Wage alongside a Non-Playing
Monthly Fee and Wage. In essence this means that you can try to sweeten the
deal by offering to pay a greater sum and/or contribution should the player
not play a certain number of minutes for your first team (the rough thresholds
are no minutes, every possible minute, and about halfway between the two),
perhaps whilst not paying so much for the privilege of actually playing him.
It could theoretically encourage a team to enter into a loan agreement with
you if they are being compensated for their player not playing, but – as
with all transfer negotiations – it’s a fine balancing act.
When composing a loan offer you can set the duration of his spell at your club,
as well as your wage contribution and any fee you may offer as an incentive for
his club to accept the offer. A series of clauses and loan options may then be
configured; for example, if there is any intention to keep the player long-term,
you can set a ‘Future Fee’ which you can meet at any time and offer the player
a full time contract.
You are also able to inform the player’s parent club of your intentions for
him by declaring his role in the squad and the position you’re likely to play
Ambition 16-19, Loyalty 7-9
Balanced can be a lot of things, especially with real life players as they can’t
have negative personalities.
Leadership 20, Determination 20
Determination 1-9, Professionalism 2-4
Leadership 19-20, Temperament18-20, Sportsmanship 18-20
Ambition 6-7, Loyalty 20. *Must also be at a favourite club.
Determination 18-20, Ambition 12-20
Determination 1, Ambition 1-9
Ambition 14-20, Loyalty 10-20
Loyalty 15-20, Ambition 8-14
Sportsmanship 15-20, Determination 10-14, Ambition 1-14
Loyalty 4-6, Ambition 16-20
Sportsmanship 20, Determination 1-9
Pressure 20, Determination 15-17
Pressure 15-20, Determination 1-14
Pressure 15-20, Sportsmanship 15-20
-=Low Self Belief=-
Professionalism 2-3, Determination 1-9
Loyalty 18-19, Ambition 6-7
Loyalty 1-3, Ambition 16-20
Determination 14-20, Professionalism 15-20, Ambition 12-20, Loyalty 15-20,
Pressure 14-20, Sportsmanship 15-20, Temperament 15-20
Professionalism 20, Temperament 10-20
Determination 14-20, Professionalism 14-20, Ambition 14-20
Professionalism 18-19, Temperament 10-20
Determination 15-17, Proffessionalism 15-17
Professionalism 1, Determination 1-9
Pressure 1, Determination 1-9
Pressure 15-20, Professionalism 11-17
Sportsmanship 18-19, Determination 1-9
Ambition 1-5, Loyalty 11-20
Ambition 20, Loyalty 7-9
Loyalty 20, Ambition 6-7
How to get real club logos and badges:
Written by Ater
This guide teaches you how to get real club badges and logos in game in FM19.
-=How to get real club logos and badges in game=-
Football Manager 2019 is a great game but when it comes to the graphics it can
be a bit boring. One way to change that is by installing custom graphics. One
type of graphic you can install is real club logos and badges, not only does it
make the game look better it also feels right to see real team logos instead of
some made up once that the game use by default.
The first thing you need to do to get badges and logos in game is to download
a logo pack. There is a lot of different logo packs available here is links
to two web pages that have a lot of them:
Downloading logo packs can be a bit annoying since they are usually huge in
file size since they contain thousands of images but with a bit of luck and
some patience you will manage to download a logo pack that you like.
After that you need to do small bit of configuration both outside the game and
inside, this short under 4 min video will show you exactly how to do it:
Free Agents for the English Leagues:
Written by mj.hubbard
A guide for those taking over championship or league 1 teams looking for free
-=Leagues selected on start up should be=-
Championship Free Agents
Tobias Levels – German – D / WB (R)
Chico – Spanish – D(C)
Johan Djourou – Swiss – D(C)
Eliseu – Portugal – D / WB (L)
Henri Bedimo – Cameroonian – D / WB (L)
Patrice Evra – French – D / WB (L)
Arouca – Brazilian – DM / M(C)
Lassana Diarra – French – DM / M(C)
Yaya Toure – Ivorian – DM / M / AM(C)
Sejad Salihovic – Bosnian – DM / M / AM(LC)
Yoann Gourcuff – French – M/AM(C)
Danny – Portuguese – AM(RLC)
Obafemi Martins – Nigerian – ST(C)
Emmanuel Emenike – Nigerian – ST(C)
Leonard Kweuke – Cameroonian – ST(C)
Nilmar – Brazilian – ST(C)
League 1 Free Agents
Vincent Enyeama – Nigerian – GK
Stephen Kelly – Irish – D / WB (R)
Philippe Senderos – Swiss – D (C)
Christopher Samba – Congolese – D (C)
Martin Jiranek – Czech – D (C)
Elderson Echiejile – Nigerian – D (L)
Marcel de Jong – Canadian – D / WB / M (L)
Jon Errasti – Spanish – DM
Fernando Gago – Argentinian – DM / M (RC)
McDonald Mariga – Kenyan – DM / M (C)
Joe Ledley – Welsh – DM / M (C)
Enis Alushi – Kosovan – DM / M (C)
Michael Essien – Ghanaian – DM / M (C)
Daniel Braaten – Norwegian – M (RC) / AM (RL)
Alberto Aquilani – Italian – M (C)
Niko Kranjcar – Croatian – M (C) / AM (RLC)
Alexsandar Tonev – Bulgarian – M / AM (RL)
Marat Izmailov – Russian – AM (RC)
Gabby Agbonlahor – English – M / AM (RL) / ST (C)
Hameur Bouazza – Algerian – M / AM (RL) / ST (C)
Victor Obinna – Nigerian – M / AM (L) / ST (C)
Moussa Maazou – Nigerien – AM (R) / ST (C)
Peter Odemwingie – Nigerian – AM (RL) / ST (C)
Joe Mason – Irish – AM (C) / ST (C)
Diego Forlan – Uruguayan – AM (C) / ST (C)
Yura Movsisyan – Armenian – ST (C)
Dexter Blackstock – Antiguan – ST (C)