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Monday, September 22, 2014

Most In-depth Football Manager 2014 Summer Transfer Update by Whizzkidz

Download Whizzkids' FM14 Summer Transfer Update - Get All the latest Football Transfers to Football Manager 2014

Football Manager 2014 Transfer Update

As the 2014 football summer transfer window has now closed, we brings you the opportunity to update your Football Manager 2014 with all the latest football transfers of the main 8 playable countries. Thanks to the great Football Manager facebook group, The Football Manager Whizzkids, we are fortune enough to share their in-depth Football Manager 2014 summer transfer update to our readers.

Here you are able to play with Falcao at Manchester United, Danny Welbeck at Arsenal or simply play FM2014 with the correct league tables as of the start of 2014-2015 season by featuring all the correct promotions and relegation's.

This FM14 transfer update focuses on all the big and minor transfers of players and staff in the biggest leagues of Europe and their sub-tiers. Here you will find all the latest transfers as Whizzkids' Football Manager 2014 Summer Transfer Database update releases a new update every week! The newest release features 14 new Football Manager Wonderkids such as potential FM15 wonderkid Dominic Solanke.

By downloading this great ad in-depth Football Manager 2014 Summer Transfer Data Update by Whizzkids you'll get all the football transfers FM14 doesn't include. This FM14 database will enhance your gaming experience and make it even more realistic.

Whizzkids' FM2014 Transfer Data Update will be updated and improved until the release of Football Manager 2015.


What does the FM14 Database Update by The Football Manager Whizzkids include?

Promotions and relegations done in French Ligue 1

The latest Whizzkids' Football Manager 2014 transfer database update covers all major and minor transfers and staff changes from around the world. Here is your source to all the latest football transfers and the ability to play with these players at your favorite club!

Whizzkids FM14 summer transfer database makes changes to the leagues of England, Scotland, Italy, France, Spain, Germany, Portugal and Holland, and will be updated every week, usually on a Sunday evening, until Football Manager 2015 are released.

With promotions and relegations done for some of the biggest leagues in Europe, you can enjoy the realism of the footballing world of 2014-2015 right now! Play as Burnley in the English Premier League, Deportivo La Coruna in Spanish LIGA BBVA, Stade Malherbe Caen in French Ligue 1 or Paderborn in German Bundesliga 1.

The latest addition to the FM14 database update features all loans being undone, new teams added for the 2014/2015 UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League, raised reputations for some 'unknown' unknown potential Football Manager 2014 wonderkids (CA/PA changes is not included).

P.S. This update don't make any changes to players CA/PA level, as they belive this should be left to Sports Interactive and not personal opinion.

Full List of Whizzkidz FM14 Summer Transfer Database Update

Latest update as of 24/08/2014 contains 14 new potential FM15 wonderkids

Here you can play with and try out some amazing new Football Manager wonderkids such as:
- Jordan Allen (ST) - Wolverhampton Wanderers - 20.10.1998 (15) - Scotland
- Charlie Wakefield (AML) - Chelsea - 09.09.1998 (15) - England
- Dominic Solanke AMC/ST - Chelsea FC - 14.09.1997 (16) - England
- Yan Dhanda (MC) - Liverpool FC - 14.12.1998 (15)- England
- Callam Jones (DC) - West Bromwich Albion - 31.01.1996 (18) - England
- Calvin Miller (ST) - Celtic FC - 01.09.1998 (16) - Scotland
- Paul Woolston (GK) - Newcastle United - 14.08.1998 (16) - England
- Mackenzie Heaney (AMC) - Newcastle United - 02.01.1999 (15) - Scotland
- #68 Christopher Willock (MC) - Arsenal - 31.01.1998 (16) - England
- Foday Nabay (MC) - Fulham FC - 05.08.1998 (16) - England
- Jose Mario Mourinho (GK) - Fulham FC - (15?) - Portugal?
- Hachim Mastour (AMC) - A.C. Milan - 15.07.1998 (16) - Italy
- Martin Ødegaard M/AMC - Strømsgodset - 17.12.1998 (15) - Norway
- Georgios Spanoudakis (DM/MC) - VfB Stuttgart 1893 - 25.11.1998 (15) - Germany

Leagues updated with transfers:
All in England
All in Scotland
Italy (top 2 divisions)
Portugal (top 2 divisions)
Spain (top 2 divisions)
Germany (top 2 divisions)
France (top 2 divisions)
Holland
+ other big transfers from around the world

- All loans and injuries in the entire game are undone in the last update (05.05.2014)

- Updated with all the teams qualified for the 2014/2015 UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League

This football Manager 2014 transfer update will make changes, but are not limited to the screenshots below:

Player Moves and Transfers:
FM14 Transfer Update Diego Costa Chelsea FM14 Transfer Update Cesc Fabregas Chelsea Football Player Moves Kagisho Dikgacoi Cardiff FM2014 Transfer Update Even Hovland Nürnberg New Ajax Talent Richairo Zivkovic
Managerial Changes:
FM14 Managerial changes Filippo Inzaghi Ac Milan FM14 Managerial changes Ronny Deila Celtic

Disclaimer!
Passion4FM take no responsibilities of the content provided within this FM14 database update of latest transfers and data. All complaints or errors should be reported in the comments below and we'll make sure that the administrators of the Facebook page "The Football Manager Whizzkids", which will make sure the database is as real as possible.


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DOWNLOAD Whizzkids' FM14 Summer Transfer Data Update

Published: 02.02.2014 14.00PM GMT
Updated: 22.09.2014 22.30PM GMT
File Size: 441,28Kb
A Football Manager 2014 Transfer Data update which improves realism of the game by adding real football transfers from around the world.
Import the filter to the specific folder: "Your Documents" > Sports Interactive > Football Manager 2014 > Editor Data
(Don't have this folder? Create it yourself!)

25 comments :

  1. MRDNRA18:42

    This one actually seems a lot more complete than the other one, the one on fmscout is only about half complete (if that) at level 11 still!

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  2. Yes, it's an old release of the same file published here - Since Voasy released his stolen file - our file has been updated=)

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  3. Michael11:14

    The only thing missing is that you don't talk about strategy. Would you agree since tiki-taka is both attacking and defensive, the strategy should be Normal ?

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  4. We'll get back to this on a later point=) so please follow our blog in the coming weeks as we'll go indepth to this issue

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  5. Michael20:59

    Fine :-) another issue is regarding fluidity, every one making Barcelona tactics set a fluid or very fluid style but reading Fabrega's interview in which he compares Spain national team and Barcelona, he mentioned that in Barca the football is very positional, every player sticks to his role, there is freedom of movement with the ball but no freedom of movement without the ball. In FM terms this would mean the team would have to be set rigid and not fluid.

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  6. Árni Grímsson14:45

    what about create shortlist for lowest leage skrill N/S/P what players to buy and what to sign in for free and so on .

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  7. Daniel Hubner16:14

    as far as i'm aware wingers are unavailable with an automatic duty. as long as they're quick and can cross the ball, they should do well in the role

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  8. Daniel Hubner16:14

    very glad to hear that! it is fun to watch it sometimes, the attacking play is fantastic at times

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  9. Daniel Hubner20:38

    New OIs for 14.3, that's all the changes made. Thanks to @Davey for some feedback about that

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  10. Paul09:28

    database not working since the latest fm2014 update.

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  11. Henry Rowen06:43

    Thanks for this. Works for me. I'm playing on FM 14.3. Also worth to note that the latest patch update/add some more players in level 8 leagues, notably on northern division side. Have fun guys!

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  12. Richard Williams15:04

    Looks good m8 but which formation is better in your eyes, this or sidewinder?both v good tho

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  13. Hei, Thanks for your feedback. Since these tactics are made from two different persons I dont want to take this discussion=) Of course I (owner) think my tactic is best, while Daniel feels his or Manuel Pellegrini tactic is the best:)

    I like the Sidewinder due to the utilization of width space and the many players inside the box, but the Cobra or Pellegrini may create more CCC's.

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  14. Richard Williams17:04

    Do you use closing down as opp instructions or not

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  15. Lyubo22:36

    Hi, i cannot import the tactic and i am creating it through the tactic creator. What should i select in step 4- Playing style? Should i leave everything by default or i should change something? Sorry if this was already asked. :)

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  16. Which tactic do you ask about now? Cobra or Sidewinder?

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  17. Richard Williams13:32

    Cobra

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  18. Daniel Hubner13:47

    there are loads of player instructions, so it might be difficult to create it like that. what problems do you have when importing it?

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  19. Daniel Hubner14:37

    i don't

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  20. Lyubo14:56

    Hi, i am receiving something like "The tactic could not be imported". This is for both modern and classic tactics. I have FM13 but will try it on FM14.

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  21. Daniel Hubner19:36

    i field him in the cup games so he's happy.


    well either worked pretty good, but right now the false counter seems to be a better tactic ;) depends on what playing style you want to have.


    i rely on scouts yes. in lower leagues i rely on their determination not JPP, so they find a lot of players and then i sift through those reports with my ass man who has as high JPP as possible

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  22. Nick Isaacson11:27

    Thanks for the good read. Watched the England V Hungary game - quite engaging. I'd say that Magyar superiority was due to better team work - passing back to change the angle of attack and playing more for each other whereas England seemed to be more go forward. That is, I didn't see significance in formation difference, but with only the area around the ball on screen most of the time and not being able to see off the ball movement I might be missing something. I've linked this site to my blog http://howtoplayfootball-soccer.com/ . You might want to engage in some robust discussion at some stage. Cheers.

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  23. Kurenka19:33

    In the past though I have been able to see Youth Intakes in 2013, Iceland & Sweden for example, which happen after the England season starts.
    I verified data on steam after posting yesterday, and when the date came along, Belarus Youth intake appeared, however USA did not.
    I'm continuing with the game, on Jan 2nd Brazil Youth intake appeared, but no Norway intake on Jan 13th. Jan 26th just ticked by and I got the Central/North America/Caribbean Youth Intake...No idea what's going on!

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  24. Hi, sorry all comments has to been approved manually.

    Norwegians youth intake was only for Norwegian lower divisions when I researched it, so if you don't got that leage ticked I assume you wont get that knowledge if you havent any scouting knowledge of that country. Norways actual youth intake date is 1st of October (2014)

    So the 26th of January youth intake is valid then=)

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