Is it just me or does anyone else need a shot of something strong whenever we pass the ball back to Brad on the deck? If I was the opposition I'd high press Brad and the defenders every time. At least once over the 90 minutes someone is bound to do something stupid.
I live in America and I hold my breath whenever he goes to kick the ball, just incase I put him off
Everything he said in the interview is true, so I'm not sure how anyone could have a problem with it. Hopefully one or two in the dressing room will take a good look at themselves and give 200% next time out.
These are grown men, I doubt very much anyone was yelling for their mommy, after hearing the captains comments.
I really don't have much of an issue with this interview. Comparing it to Sherwood is a bit disingenuous imo. Sherwood was manager - ie the boss. Your boss slagging you off in public is humiliating and soul destroying. Richards is captain, he represents the group, so I read it as him saying collectively we're not good enough, we need to run more, we need to try harder. The comments about foreign players needing time to settle are fair enough, and I didn't read the language thing as a Sherwoodesque put down. If anything he was bigging up Remi to bridge that gap. I mean everything he's said is true so....time to shape up or ship out lads!
If you want to play the game, but you're tired of FM15, or want to play with the latest DB, then yes.
If you are still having fun with fm15, there is not that much of a difference really.
There is Create-a-club and draft mode, but I haven't touched it yet. I don't really fancy that stuff.. maybe at a later time, when I'm bored with conventional saves.
I like the match engine a whole lot more. It seems more dynamic and makes more sense to me. The UI is better, and the English clubs are filthy rich a couple of years in to the game.
Aside from that it's still essentially the same game, just updated.