Legends and Stars from 1880's to present day to give each top team 25 of their best players where possible ensuring a balance of playing positions in each squad.
CURRENT NUMBER OF LEGENDS AND STARS: 1400
PremiershipManchester United: Media Prediction 1st - Best Player: George Best / Cristiano Ronaldo - Chairman: James Gibson - Manager: Sir Matt Busby
Arsenal: Media Prediction 2nd - Best Player: Ted Drake - Chairman: Sir Samuel Hill-Wood - Manager: Herbert Chapman
Liverpool: Media Prediction 3rd - Best Player: Kevin Keegan - Chairman: Sir John Smith - Manager: Bill Shankly
Sunderland: Media Prediction 4th - Best Player: Dave Halliday - Chairman: Robert Thompson - Manager: Tom Watson
Tottenham Hotspur: Media Prediction 5th - Best Player: Paul Gascoigne - Chairman: Fred Bearman - Manager: Bill Nicholson
Chelsea: Media Prediction 6th - Best Player: Frank Lampard - Chairman: Henry Augustus Mears - Manager: Jose Mourinho
Manchester City: Media Prediction 7th - Best Player: Peter Doherty / Sergio Aguero - Chairman: Albert Alexander - Manager: Joe Mercer
Newcastle: Media Prediction 8th - Best Player: Colin Veitch - Chairman: Sir John Hall - Manager: Joe Harvey
Sheffield Wednesday: Media Prediction 9th - Best Player: Tony Kay - Chairman: Sir John Charles Clegg - Manager: Ron Atkinson
Aston Villa: Media Prediction 10th - Best Player: Billy Walker - Chairman: Sir William Stratford Dugdale - Manager: George Ramsay
Nottingham Forest: Media Prediction 11th - Best Player: Grenville Morris - Chairman: Stuart Dryden - Manager: Brian Howard Clough
Everton: Media Prediction 12th - Best Player: Gary Lineker - Chairman: Philip David Carter - Manager: Howard Kendall
Fulham: Media Prediction 13th - Best Player: Ronnie Rooke - Chairman: Mohammed Al Fayed - Manager: Roy Hodgson
Southampton: Media Prediction 14th - Best Player: Matthew Le Tissier - Chairman: Markus Liebherr - Manager: Lawrie McMenemy
West Ham: Media Prediction 15th - Best Player: James Ruffell - Chairman: Reginald Pratt - Manager: John Lyall
Wolves: Media Prediction 16th - Best Player: Billy Hartill - Chairman: John Brodie - Manager: Major Frank Buckley
Blackburn Rovers: Media Prediction 17th - Best Player: Bryan Douglas - Chairman: Jack Walker - Manager: Thomas Brown Mitchell
Leeds United: Media Prediction 18th - Best Player: Johnny Giles / Billy Bremner - Chairman: Percy Woodward - Manager: Don Revie
Wimbledon: Media Prediction 19th - Best Player: Øyvind Leonhardsen - Chairman: Sam Hammam - Manager: Dave Bassett
Burnley: Media Prediction 20th - Best Player: Bert Freeman - Chairman: Bob Lord - Manager: Harry Potts
Serie A (Top 5)A.C. Milan: Media Prediction 1st - Best Player: Kaká - Chairman: Silvio Berlusconi - Manager: Arrigo Sacchi
Juventus: Media Prediction 2nd - Best Player: Zinedine Zidane - Chairman: Edoardo Agnelli - Manager: Marcello Lippi
Inter Milan: Media Prediction 3rd - Best Player: Ronaldo - Chairman: Angelo Moratti - Manager: Helenio Herrera Gavilán
Torino: Media Prediction 4th - Best Player: Valentino Mazzola - Chairman: Ferruccio Novo - Manager: Ernest Erbstein
Napoli: Media Prediction 5th - Best Player: Diego Maradona - Chairman: Riccardo Bigon - Manager: Rafael Benítez
LA LIGA (Top 2)Barcelona: Media Prediction 1st - Best Player: Josep Samitier - Chairman: Josep Lluís Núñez - Manager: Louis van Gaal
Real Madrid: Media Prediction 2nd - Best Player: Santiago Bernabéu - Chairman: Florentino Pérez - Manager: Miguel Mozún
LIST OF 25 TEAMS
- Manchester United
- Man City
- Sheffield Wednesday
- Aston Villa
- Nottingham Forest
- West Ham
- PSV Eindhoven
- Bayern Munich
- A.C. Milan
- Inter Milan
- Sporting Lisbon
- River Plate
- Real Madrid
Realistic data and historical records to ensure complete accuracy in game due to extensive research and public opinion.
Legends and Stars in all countries around the world from 1880's to 2014 to present you with the Ultimate Legends and Stars Football Manager Series.
25 man teams for all the Top Clubs around the world.
The return of Wimbledon.
The return of Ajax Golden Generation
The return of Burnley's Golden Days between 1914-1921 and 1946-1976, Burnley have been Football League Champions twice, in 1920–21 and 1959–60 and have won the FA Cup once, in 1914. The Clarets also reached the 1961 quarter-finals of the European Cup.
The return of Sheffield Wednesday formerly known as The Wednesday
The return of Wolverhampton Wanderers winner of 13 Trophies overall including 3 league championships and 4 FA Cups.
The return of Sunderland, the team of all talents, 6 league championships and 2 time FA Cup Champions.
The return of Don Revie's Leeds United, The Mighty Whites, 3 time league champions, 2 Europa leagues and the most successful team in England in the Seventies.
The return of Brian Clough's highly successful Nottingham Forest, 13 trophies including back to back European Cups and 1 league championship.
The return of the great and heated rivalry between Brian Clough and Don Revie
The return of Blackburn Rovers, 12 trophies overall including 3 League Championships and 6 times FA Cup Champions.
No Sugar Daddies. Starting Finances dependent on total number of Trophies won from 1888 to 2014, League Division and Reputation.
Top Division Clubs Chairman / Presidents / Owners back from each clubs greatest period of success or achievement.
Top Division Clubs Greatest Managers back based on their first real period of Success or Greatest Achievements where possible.
Where possible legends will be between 14 to 25 again however there will be older legends in the game to give balance to the teams and realism to the game.
All players will be at their clubs at the exact age they had joined those clubs. This can easily be checked via Wikipedia and other top online sources.
Installing the FACEPACK:1) Download the Zip folder to the following location:
My Documents - Sports Interactive - Football Manager 2014 - Graphics
If you don't have a "graphics" folder then just create a new folder and call it graphics.
2) When the Zip File is in the Graphics Folder, right click and then press 'Extract Here'.
3) If you can't see the pictures in game, go to FM, My Preferences and reload skin.
Installing the Database:1) Download the Zip Folder to the following location:
My Documents - Sports Interactive - Football Manager 2014 - Editor Data
If you don't have a "editor data" folder then just create a new folder and call it editor data.
2) When the Zip File is in the Graphics Folder, right click and then press 'Extract Here'. Ensure that the only files in the editor data folder is the file entitled FenechUltimateLegends1880to2014.dbc and the config file.
3) START NEW GAME!
Make Sure you press edit and ensure that the Ultimate file is the only editor ticked and the continue to load the game.
Leagues:It's up to you but nearly every nation has legends and stars so you if you don't load a lot of nations, or at least make some of them view only, it just means you may have to search for some players in the search bar on the top menu of the game as they may not all show up in the player search depending on what leagues you have loaded.
That's it. Any Questions please ask and I will try to assist and support if the community is unable to help themselves. Good Luck to you all. It's a brave new world you are entering. May the Football Force be with you!!!!!
Looking aheadIf there are any legends or stars you would like to see in this database then please let me know and the relevant research will be carried out and I will do my best to get them included for you if they have not been previously researched and included already.
I will be releasing previews of the teams that I feel are close to completion. Please note that these are not the final teams but will give you a good indication of what the final team is going to look like. I will also release previews of Players as the project progresses as well.
Further Updates will be revealed in due course. Any Questions please do not hesitate to ask.