Manual
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-Pass play
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Coaches Karma
Tanking warning

Finances

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Glossary

Glossary

Friendly Cup

A Friendly Cup is organized by a manager. The manager can choose between several cup modes. Since Friendly Cup matches are played on Sunday or Wednesday the games will consume Credits like Friendly games on those days do. Both the winner and the runner-up of such a cup get some Credits back as Bonus. A trophy is shown on the Winner’s Team page. Please note: In Friendly Cup games there is no Play Intensity available.

The Manager of such a Friendly Cup can decide if the Cup should be held based on equal skills of all players on the field or based on the real player skills. If the decision is to play in Power Mode all skills are set to 40 at game time. You won't see this in the skill bars nor will you see it in the player details. Intelligence and Physical Condition are not affected by this setting.

Why do we have Points difference twice ("real", PFR, PAR, PDR)?
This is - for Friendly Cups - only due cosmetic and technical reasons and has no deeper meaning as of now!