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Dennis Politic, 20, from Romania Bolton Wanderers, since 2019 Left Winger Market value: - * Mar 5, 2000 in Braşov, Romania newspaper archive.Football Manager 2020 simulates Premier League title winnerFootball Manager 2020 budgets: Biggest clubs ranked by transfer kittyBolton started the current season with a 12-point deduction Dinamo Zagreb have caught the eye in the Champions League this season Jean-Kevin Augustin and Islam Slimani are part of a strong squad at Monaco Football Manager saves often span decades of in-game time, so making the right career choice is key Football Manager 2020 release date: When can fans pre-order new game?Google Stadia Football Manager 2020 release is a big win over SwitchAston Villa spent nearly £150million ahead of the new season Ajax are still a potent outfit despite losing two of their best players in the summer Sporting Lisbon have not won a league title since 2001/02 Paris FC have lived in the shadow of Paris Saint-Germain for decades Manchester United are a tempting choice after their recent struggles Football Manager 2020 launches on Tuesday so fans around the world are already deciding which clubs to take control of in their first save.The addictive management simulator gives armchair gaffers the opportunity to jump into the hotseat and steer their team to domestic and European success, so that initial job choice is crucial.Whether budding managers are looking for a quick shot of success with an established giant or hoping to build a dynasty at a struggling lower-league side, there are a host of excellent options worth considering.Dortmund are always a popular choice as new managers look to topple Bayern Munich and achieve dominance in the Bundesliga.New signings Julian Brandt, Thorgan Hazard, Mats Hummels and Nico Shulz add to an already star-studded squad boasting Marco Reus and Jadon Sancho while European football is available from the off.A transfer ban prevented Chelsea from strengthening in the summer so Frank Lampard has been forced to blood his youth players to great effect this campaign.The stage is set for a new boss to build a team in their own mould while there is an added bonus of Champions League football which will bolster the transfer budget when the suspension is lifted.Girona dropped down into the Segunda Division on the final day of last season but have retained the majority of their stars with the likes of Samuel Saiz and Cristhian Stuani headlining a solid squad.They should immediately be in contention for promotion and the club offers a good platform to build a long-term assault on La Liga.Bolton survived as a club by the skin of their teeth in the summer, but the Trotters were slapped with a 12-point deduction and only have a threadbare squad of cast-offs on the books.A real project and more financially challenging than fellow League One behemoths Sunderland, Ipswich and Portsmouth.Juventus remain top dog in Serie A, particularly with Cristiano Ronaldo still fit and firing, so the thought of toppling the Old Lady from her perch remains very attractive.Roma, Lazio, Napoli, Atalanta and AC Milan are all viable options but Inter have the most exciting squad – especially after the acquisitions of Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez and Nicolo Barella.While the domestic league is not a huge draw, achieving European success will be the key to this save with a hugely talented young squad ready to spring a few surprises.Building a long-term dynasty will require some inventive moves in the transfer market and clever contract negotiations, but Dinamo have already caught the eye in the Champions League this season and will surely tempt a few managers in search of a project.Arguably the most attractive Championship club for any manager without a prior affiliation in the league as the archetypal ‘sleeping giants’ are primed for a return to the big time.Savvy recruitment will help bolster a promotion push, but we’ve been here before…Monaco only avoided the relegation play-offs by two points last season so there is plenty of room for improvement and the former Ligue 1 champions spent big in the summer to avoid a repeat.Wisdom Ben Yedder, Gelson Martins and Guillermo Maripan arrived on permanent deals while Tiemoue Bakayoko and Islam Slimani are useful loan additions for manages looking to resurrect the glory years on the French Riviera.Forever in the shadow of their city rivals Bayern and currently way down in the third tier, but 1860 remains one of the best supported clubs in Germany.They are due a change in fortune, but it will only come after a heap of hard work and commitment.Last season was a bit of a disaster for Real as they went through two different managers on their way to a third-place finish, 19 points behind Barcelona.Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic, Ferland Mendy, Eder Militao and Rodrygo have bolstered an ageing squad but there is still plenty of work to do in order to compete both domestically and in Europe.A strong, experienced squad full of high-profile names that has the potential to comfortably sit mid table in the Bundesliga.Promotion is the first priority, but will you be able to challenge the German giants when you’re up at theta table?The Villans spent nearly £150million on new signings upon their arrival in the top flight, making combining that talent into a cohesive team a daunting challenge.Dean Smith’s side are struggling to pick up points so far this season, but can you do any better and establish Villa as a permanent fixture in the Premier League once again?Palmero’s demotion to Serie D saved Venezia from dropping down themselves, so it’s time to make the most of that reprieve and push the Italian minnows up the ladder.Budget constraints will make this one of the most difficult saves to progress in, so not for the faint-hearted glory hunter.Frenkie de Jong and Matthijs de Ligt may have moved on, but the Ajax squad is still packed full of world class players and the club boasts a legendary youth academy.While you may not have the financial clout of some European rivals, the Dutch giants still have pulling power and a legacy to live up to to.Dulwich Hamlet having enjoyed a surge in popularity during recent seasons due to the club’s excellent work in the community, and now is the time for the team to make strides on the pitch.Firmly established in the National League South, do you have the skill to guide them further up the football pyramid?Sporting have been in turmoil during recent seasons with unrest off the pitch and poor performances on it.The Portuguese giants are without a title since 2001/02 and face an uphill battle to overthrow Porto and Benfica.Galatasaray were one of the busiest clubs during the summer transfer window, welcoming a host of new faces including Ryan Babel, Steven N’Zonzi and Radamel Falcao on cut-price deals.The Super Lig is notoriously competitive and the carrot of Champions League football is hard to resist.While Paris Saint-Germain are sweeping away all challengers in the French first division, neighbours Paris FC are down in Ligue 2 and struggling to get their share of the limelight.They missed promotion last season but once that is secured, it will all be about becoming the dominant club in the capital.Not a tempting long-term save, but a squad boasting Hulk, Oscar and Marko Arnautovic is surely worth a season or two.An interesting place to start a career before moving back to Europe, while there are enough household names in the Chinese Super League to keep things relevant.Taking the job at Old Trafford is not what it once was, where glory was guaranteed and the hardest decision was how best to spend your enormous transfer budget.Times are tough under Ole Gunna Solskjaer and the squad is far from perfect, so there is plenty of work to do in order to get United competing for silverware once again.

Dennis-Dorian Politic (born 5 March 2000) is a Romanian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Bolton Wanderers. Brandon Comley. Did you know you can start the season on today's date, or any date from the season so far? order back issues and use the historic Daily Express Antoni Sarcevic. Submit changes to the biggest FM20 Transfer Update Related News. Submit changes to the biggest FM20 Transfer Update See today's front and back pages, download the newspaper, Can you catch the rampant Man City, get Burnley into Europe or save Palace from the drop? My name is RToon and I'm just another random person from the internet who makes videos. All rights reserved. See how you compare to other managers by submitting your best Football Manager 2020 Records Find out how good Dennis Politic is in FM2020 including Potential Ability, Cost and Injury Proneness.

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