27-03-2015 06:14   |   Season 53, Round 21, Day 74   |   Online: 2 721
Latest Game News

Check below for all the latest ManagerZone news, delivered straight to your Clubhouse by MZ Crew.
2015-03-25, 10:00

Youth League Signups are open

The signup page for next Season's Youth Leagues is open. You can sign up for the U18, U21 and U23 Leagues!

1 ticket will allow entry to all 3 Youth Leagues, which makes them pretty awesome value.

The signup window closes at 2015-04-19 23:59:59 CET, make sure you don't miss out!

Team Prize money is awarded for the Youth Leagues at the end of the season, based on your final position.
2015-03-24, 16:00

Achievement system is live

Achievement System

There are many achievements in ManagerZone, from winning your first match, your first league series to winning an Official Cup or the top league in your country.

Your Club Chairman does not think these achievements are highlighted enough, or shown as clearly as they should be.

She has therefore instructed your Club Secretary to begin recording and displaying various Achievements for your team and they can be found on the new Achievements page.

Clubhouse >> My Team >> Achievements

Your Club Secretary has created the page in such a way as to allow more achievements to be added as the system grows.

The system is intended to sit alongside the core game and acknowledge both large and small achievements, this will aid new Managers as well as recognise the achievements of legendary Managers.



Your Club Secretary has already created over 100 Achievements, with many more to follow and he has also recognised the following Achievements on your behalf, if you have already completed the requirements:

Looking Good
Finish a Stadium improvement.

Pony Up
Start a Youth Academy.

BFF
A good manager knows who his friends are. Add a buddy.

Supporting the Team
Become a Club Member.

Esprit De Corps
Join a Federation.

Stay In Touch
5 persons who you invited using the referral function have registered for the game.


Your Chairman is very excited about the Achievements and plans, at a later date, to add rewards for completing sets of Achievements!

Your Club Secretary will update Match related Achievements after each Match is published. You can toggle Notifications in your Office >> Notification settings page. You can also chose to toggle notifications from Managers in your Friends list when this is enabled later next week.

Hall of Fame.
You can read about another planned update, the Hall of Fame from here.
2015-03-23, 10:00

World League Tour - last chance!

Earn €250,000 and 2 Loyal Players OR €600,000 by organising a World League Tour for your Club!

The end date is March 25th, so you must act quickly if you wish to qualify!

You can join via the Friendly League Pool or create a Friendly League here. Matches >> Friendly Leagues.

The full Football news can be found here.
2015-03-19, 11:00

Training 2.3 update

Training 2.3

Deterioration begin at the start of next Season and this has caused a flurry of activity on the Training Field!

Your Chairman has been pleading with your Head Of Youth Development to further improve the coaching standard at your Youth Academy. As a result of pleading and the threat to release the Club karaoke night video if they do not help, your Coaches have agreed with the following:

Coaches on the Youth Training Field will now train additional Youth Players per Coach, depending on the sport.
6 in Football (up from 5)
9 in Hockey (up from 7)

An increase in the number of Free Youth Camps places:
4 in Football (up from 3)
5 in Hockey (up from 3)

An increase in the number of Youth Conditioning Camp places:
6 in Football (up from 5)
8 in Hockey (up from 7)

These changes will come into effect at the start of Season 54/46!


2015-03-19, 10:00

Transfer market change

We are making changes to the transfer market that will allow Managers in different countries to increase the number of foreign players they are allowed to have in their teams. This is a revision to the original changes made several Seasons ago.

We have looked at every team in every division to see how many players they have trained, or bought from foreign or domestic teams.

Players qualify for work permits by playing in foreign countries. Two limits now exist, foreign player limit and dual nationality limit. Foreign Players cannot play for a different National Team.

The Transfer Regions will be reviewed periodically, and we'll consider carefully any feedback received on the levels and regions. Changes are noted in red below.

Region A – These countries generally have a strong and active domestic transfer market.
Argentina, Brazil, Poland, Sweden and Turkey
Region B – These countries generally have an active domestic transfer market, but there are times when the market is slow or limited.
Austria, Belgium, Chile, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, England, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Peru, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela
Region C – These countries generally have an inactive or very limited domestic transfer market, with occasional flurries of transfer activity.
Albania, Algeria, Andorra, Angola, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bolivia, Bosnia And Hercegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, Egypt, El Salvador, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Georgia, Guatemala, Honduras, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malaysia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, MZ Country, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Scotland, Senegal, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand, Trinidad & Tobago, Tunisia, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Wales

The time required to qualify for a Work Permit has been reduced in each region from X >> Y.
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Region A
Region B
Region C
Foreigners
3
3
3
Work Permit(s)
1
2
3
Residency
90 >> 75
60 >> 45
45 >> 30


Work Permit:
A player may qualify for a Work Permit that allows him to play in a foreign country by residing in that country. A Work Permit costs 10 times the Player's current weekly salary.


A work permit may be purchased for existing foreign Players by clicking on the Work Permit icon . A work permit may also be purchased at the time of bidding on the transfer market.

A residency filter is available on the transfer page.

An example of a player who has played in many countries.




An example of a Polish player who has played in Wales for 1 day.















Foreign Limits
The foreign Player limits will be reviewed periodically and only if we see that the transfer market for a country changes significantly, it is not our intent to make regular changes.

Region A
Teams in Region A may have 3 foreign Players and 1 foreign Player with a Work Permit, for a total of 4 foreign Players.

Region B
Teams in Region B may have 3 foreign Players and 2 foreign Player with a Work Permit, for a total of 5 foreign Players.

Region C
Teams in Region C may have 3 foreign Players and 3 foreign Player with a Work Permit, for a total of 6 foreign Players.

Hockey regions remain unchanged.

The change is for Season 54/46.
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