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FM19 - Making a Manager - 02 - Analysing My Club

Looking at a very specific case study here as we analyse the different aspects of Oxford City. Not so much a tutorial this time as it is a summary.

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Football Manager e-Cource - FM19 - Making a Manager - 02 - Analysing My Club

Staff Overview

Oxford City Has A Director Of Football At Their Club

In terms of coaching staff, we look reasonably set. With myself as manager, an assistant manager, a general coach and a goalkeeping coach, we have enough to give ample focus in training, for a non-Football League club. Moving forward, we would certainly be looking to add more coaches to our team to enhance specialisation as well as we can, as well as to reduce the workload on the current small coaching team.

I hate Directors of Football (DoF). They are a very useful asset in that they can perform scouting, transfer and contract tasks for you but I am a very hands-on manager and I much prefer having full control. This means I will be looking to remove the Director of Football from his role and bring in a scout or two in his place.

One head physio and two physios will be more than enough to cover the base in lower league football. In the future, we will be looking at adding more physios, as well as Sports Scientists and Club Doctors. They are important for top clubs in modern day football.

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