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Re: Researchers wanted!
« Reply #30 on: 27 November 2018, 18:27:37 »
BTW - which season do we want to recreate for the new update? 18/19, 19/20? because the information in 18/19 section sometimes includes "conditional" data, ie. now it is 20 teams but will be 16... I guess we need fixed data on everything to have clear indications to code leagues and teams, right?


PS. oh, one more thing: as far as I know SOUTH AMERICA competitions include only leagues - no national cups at all... seems the producers did not care for them :) question is: do we try to "fix" it or not?

The plan is to make everything customizable in a convenient way. 18/19 or 19/20... if we have the first, it will be easy to adjust to next one.

Feel free to add major cup competitions to South America, including Copa Libertadores.

If you have time, take over Europe and the rest. What's done, is done...

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« Reply #31 on: 27 November 2018, 20:35:20 »
ok, I will stick to SOUTH AMERICA for now if you don't mind

better do less better than more worse :P

I will add those cup competitions, that will be tricky in some aspects - for example there is a rule in Brazil national cup that teams participating in Copa Libertadores are excluded from national cup (too many games in the schedule) so we would have to take that into consideration I guess

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« Reply #32 on: 02 December 2018, 14:54:35 »
I think the document coming togehter quite fine now, so now a few questions.

World cup, european championsship etc. hav changed since 96, shall we do them as weel. And the qualifiers to wc and the new nations league, are they to be included? If you play a career and get to coah a national team, these games might be fun to play.

Shall we add new divisions? Its a lot funnier to play a career in a league with promotion and relegation.

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« Reply #33 on: 02 December 2018, 17:20:57 »
I think the document coming togehter quite fine now, so now a few questions.

World cup, european championsship etc. hav changed since 96, shall we do them as weel. And the qualifiers to wc and the new nations league, are they to be included? If you play a career and get to coah a national team, these games might be fun to play.

Shall we add new divisions? Its a lot funnier to play a career in a league with promotion and relegation.

Sure, bring everything up to today's standards in this document.
Feel free to add to a second division to leagues with only 1 division. We can decide later what to add and what not...

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« Reply #34 on: 06 December 2018, 23:21:14 »
xflea: I made some of those south american leagues but they´re all very confusing. I wouldn´t mind if you corrected ny errors. Also, i´d like leagues and cups to be added to those leagues. I can try if you don´t have the time, but if you want, feel free to do it

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« Reply #35 on: 07 December 2018, 15:20:56 »
@Kefka

ok, in general if I enter any data for a league and consider it "verified" I highlight in yellow, so you can see which are checked and which not

of course, like everybody else I do it in my free time so the progress is not so rapid :)