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.
It really pee'd me off yes.
Fair points you've made there, but his wording definitely sounded like he was defending Timbo again and blaming others to me. I wouldn't even have too much of an issue if he'd been brilliant this season and it was a bit of frustration coming out. But he's been average at best.
I can imagine Tim getting annoyed when "FAAAKIN GET IT FORWURD" wasn't well understood.
You seem to have got the hump over the language remark. Think you're reading too much into it, what he has said is perfectly reasonable. Saying there was a bit of a communication breakdown due to the language barrier and Sherwood not being able get through with exactly what he wants isn't scapegoating the foreigners it sounds perfectly plausible to me and if anything is damning on the higher-ups for not accounting for what you'd assume was a fairly obvious situation rather than the players.
Given his injury record, and what seems to be concerns over his mental strength, I wonder if Liverpool may consider offloading him.
Certainly a quality player when fit, but I'd imagine he's costing them an awful lot in wages and they don't seem to get much return. And if his application is being called into question then they may just cut their losses.
Yes, I'm sure that's true. It must be very frustrating. I hope Klopp manages to find a way to get his confidence back, I really do enjoy watching him play. But every week that goes by it seems less and less likely.