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  1. I am hoping to release the top ten tiers (without NCAA & HS) in the next few weeks. It'll be tight though, as I have an exam on the 2nd of May which i need to study for, as well as volleyball games between now and then. It may end up that I have to release it after my exam, but we'll see!
  2. I don't, unfortunately. I'm no good with the advanced editor, so I'm trying to make this DB as simplistic as possible.
  3. The top ten tiers of this database is completely fictional and includes fictional soccer clubs, domestic cup competitions, domestic youth competitions, etc. There are no drafts, but promotion & relegation is included in the top ten tiers. Domestic competitions prize money is also included, and will hopefully rise as the teams progress. Below tier ten, there will be college conferences. The conferences will be taken from American Football, rather than soccer. All colleges will be set as "always amateur", however this may change depending on feedback / thoughts. Each conferences will have their own tournament, with winners qualifying for the fictional "College Championship". The College tiers will be structured as NCAA I, II & III and there will be approx. 53 conferences across the three divisions. Bowl games will also be included for college teams. The winners of the "power five" conferences (ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, SEC) automatically qualify for the "New Year's Six" (Rose Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Orange Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Peach Bowl, Fiesta Bowl). In addition, the champion from the "group of five" conferences (The American, Conference USA, MAC, Mountain West, and Sun Belt). This may change, as in real life the "highest ranked" champion qualifies for the NYS if the top team isn't in the playoff, but this seems pretty unfair by FM's standards. Bowl games for D II & III will also be included, but they will be completely random and won't have any baring on the overall championship as it does in FBS / FCS. There will be transfer windows, in which professional teams will be allowed to sign college players, as there is no draft, hopefully this will minimize players leaving college teams half way through the season randomly. As well as college teams, High School teams will also be included. This remains a work in progress, as there are a lot of conferences and regions to get through, so more information on this will be released soon.
  4. Is it possible to add more rounds to the current MLS draft?
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