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What is the FMHVibe Summer Transfer Update Preview?
As it says on the tin it is an update for FMH2015 that includes all the latest transfers, loans and promotions/relegations + more. This is the file AFTER transfer deadline day with all completed transfers contained on the database. Please note this isn't the final one with player creation for missing players being completed. If there are any transfers please comment below. Thanks.
 
There are over...
1800 transfers/loans/releases/retirements (+455 on the previous version)400 Player/Club/Nation Edits including kit colours, contracts and promotions/relegations (+8 on the previous version)300 New Players to the database (+0 on the previous version)100 Manager Changes (+0 on the previous version)100 License Fixes (+1 on the previous version) 
Please note...
This is just a preview, the full version in the future. Please consider buying a PREMIUM account to support the site and our files, which will grant you access to this file or download the old version (dated 30/08/2015).
 
Included in the full version will be...
Graphics for newly created clubs/competitionsAdditional player creationMore playable national teams 
How to Install:
Android...
Extract the file using WinZip/7Zip or ES File Explorer so you get the folder, the internet provides lots of good tips on how to convert from a .zip for a variety of programs
Place the database folder in: FMH2015_Data > Data
Select yes to overwrite
Disable Quick Start in Preferences > Starting Configuration
Start a new career with England as the primary league
 
iOS...
You can only install iOS by a PC/Mac or Linux computer due to the way the devices are made. There are NO direct installs onto a device.
 
Install the Save Editor on your PC or through Winebottler on Mac.
Extract the file using WinZip/7Zip or iZip so you get the folder, the internet provides lots of good tips on how to convert from a .zip for a variety of programs.
 
Select which match engine you want to load then the number on the save corresponds with the following leagues loaded:
England (primary), Germany, Italy, SpainEngland (primary), France, Holland, PortugalEngland (primary), Ireland, Scotland, WalesEngland (primary), Belgium, N. IrelandLoad one into the Save Editor then go to Manager > FMH Vibe and change the firstname/surname (note it can only be changed to the ones in the drop down menu).
Then go to Clubs > Find the club you want to manager > Edit > Swap the manager with "unemployed" then swap again with yourself.
 
Load up iTunes, then select your device. Go to apps and scroll down to "Sharing Area". Select FMH 2015 and drag and drop your modified save into right section with the files. Select yes to replace.
 
Notes:
The update is dated on 02/09/2015, any transfers or changes after this are not made.If you spot any errors, bugs or missing transfers please comment. Thanks.We can not do European Qualification spots so no Manchester United in the Champions League, if you know how on the database please let us know. Thanks.With thanks to Jaymarvels' Pre-Editor 
What is the FMHVibe Summer Transfer Update Preview?
As it says on the tin it is an update for FMH2015 that includes all the latest transfers, loans and promotions/relegations + more. This is the file AFTER transfer deadline day with all completed transfers contained on the database. Please note this isn't the final one with player creation for missing players being completed. If there are any transfers please comment below. Thanks.
 
There are over...
1800 transfers/loans/releases/retirements (+455 on the previous version)400 Player/Club/Nation Edits including kit colours, contracts and promotions/relegations (+8 on the previous version)300 New Players to the database (+0 on the previous version)100 Manager Changes (+0 on the previous version)100 License Fixes (+1 on the previous version) 
Please note...
This is just a preview, the full version in the future. Please consider buying a PREMIUM account to support the site and our files, which will grant you access to this file or download the old version (dated 30/08/2015).
 
Included in the full version will be...
Graphics for newly created clubs/competitionsAdditional player creationMore playable national teams 
How to Install:
Android...
Extract the file using WinZip/7Zip or ES File Explorer so you get the folder, the internet provides lots of good tips on how to convert from a .zip for a variety of programs
Place the database folder in: FMH2015_Data > Data
Select yes to overwrite
Disable Quick Start in Preferences > Starting Configuration
Start a new career with England as the primary league
 
iOS...
You can only install iOS by a PC/Mac or Linux computer due to the way the devices are made. There are NO direct installs onto a device.
 
Install the Save Editor on your PC or through Winebottler on Mac.
Extract the file using WinZip/7Zip or iZip so you get the folder, the internet provides lots of good tips on how to convert from a .zip for a variety of programs.
 
Select which match engine you want to load then the number on the save corresponds with the following leagues loaded:
England (primary), Germany, Italy, SpainEngland (primary), France, Holland, PortugalEngland (primary), Ireland, Scotland, WalesEngland (primary), Belgium, N. IrelandLoad one into the Save Editor then go to Manager > FMH Vibe and change the firstname/surname (note it can only be changed to the ones in the drop down menu).
Then go to Clubs > Find the club you want to manager > Edit > Swap the manager with "unemployed" then swap again with yourself.
 
Load up iTunes, then select your device. Go to apps and scroll down to "Sharing Area". Select FMH 2015 and drag and drop your modified save into right section with the files. Select yes to replace.
 
Notes:
The update is dated on 02/09/2015, any transfers or changes after this are not made.If you spot any errors, bugs or missing transfers please comment. Thanks.We can not do European Qualification spots so no Manchester United in the Champions League, if you know how on the database please let us know. Thanks.With thanks to Jaymarvels' Pre-Editor
DOWNLOAD LATEST PREVIEW HERE [PREMIUM]
DOWNLOAD OLD PREVIEW HERE [PUBLIC]
What is the FMHVibe Summer Transfer Update Preview?
As it says on the tin it is an update for FMH2015 that includes all the latest transfers, loans and promotions/relegations + more.
There are over...
1400 transfers/loans/releases/retirements (+82 on the previous version)400 Player/Club/Nation Edits including kit colours, contracts and promotions/relegations (+30 on the previous version)300 New Players to the database (+46 on the previous version)100 Manager Changes (+2 on the previous version)100 License Fixes (+0 on the previous version) 
Please note...
This is just a preview, the full version in the future. Please consider buying a PREMIUM account to support the site and our files, which will grant you access to this file or download the old version.
 
Included in the full version will be...
Graphics for newly created clubs/competitionsAdditional player creationMore playable national teams 
How to Install:
Android...
Extract the file using WinZip/7Zip or ES File Explorer so you get the folder, the internet provides lots of good tips on how to convert from a .zip for a variety of programs
Place the database folder in: FMH2015_Data > Data
Select yes to overwrite
Start a new career with England as the primary league
 
iOS...
You can only install iOS by a PC/Mac or Linux computer due to the way the devices are made. There are NO direct installs onto a device.
 
Install the Save Editor on your PC or through Winebottler on Mac.
Extract the file using WinZip/7Zip or iZip so you get the folder, the internet provides lots of good tips on how to convert from a .zip for a variety of programs.
 
Select which match engine you want to load then the number on the save corresponds with the following leagues loaded:
England (primary), Germany, Italy, SpainEngland (primary), France, Holland, PortugalEngland (primary), Ireland, Scotland, WalesEngland (primary), Belgium, N. IrelandLoad one into the Save Editor then go to Manager > FMH Vibe and change the firstname/surname (note it can only be changed to the ones in the drop down menu).
Then go to Clubs > Find the club you want to manager > Edit > Swap the manager with "unemployed" then swap again with yourself.
 
Load up iTunes, then select your device. Go to apps and scroll down to "Sharing Area". Select FMH 2015 and drag and drop your modified save into right section with the files. Select yes to replace.
 
Notes:
The update is dated on 30/08/2015, any transfers or changes after this are not made.If you spot any errors, bugs or missing transfers please comment. Thanks.We can not do European Qualification spots so no Manchester United in the Champions League, if you know how on the database please let us know. Thanks.With thanks to Jaymarvels' Pre-Editor 
Hey guys!
It's a been a little while, but welcome back to another instalment in my Looking Forward series - today we look at the Top 5 'Restore' clubs in FMH16.
What are ‘Restore’ clubs you ask?
The answer to that question is quite simple.
In my opinion managers of FM clubs generally fall into four categories for teams they manage:
Managing a club because they are a fan / supporter of that club,Managing a club because they have exciting players (i.e. Man City in FMH16), Managing a club with a vibrant history bring them back to their former glory (‘Restore’), andManaging a newly promoted / struggling club to stay afloat in a first class league (‘Survive’)Of course there are other motivations behind why someone would manage a club, but most of us would fall into one of the categories above at some point. 
So today, I present a shortlist of the top 5 ‘Restore’ clubs to manage in FMH16.
These clubs have all undergone tragic falls from grace, and are now a mere shell of their former glory. Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to restorethese clubs back to their glory days, to resume where they left off, and to dominate the football world as if nothing bad had ever happened to these once-magnificent clubs.  
Lets get stuck in - 
Number 5
Number 4
Number 3
Number 2
Number 1
Bonus
What do you think of my 'restore' clubs? Are there any other clubs in need to restoration? Please leave your comments below! 
Other topics in the Looking Forward series:
Looking Forward #1 - Top 5 GK wonderkids in FMH16Looking Forward #2 - Top 5 DEF wonderkids in FMH16Looking Forward #3 - Top 5 MID wonderkids in FMH16Looking Forward #4 - Top 5 ST wonderkids in FMH16
Here are 9 things to do before Football Manager Handheld 2015 while you still can as they won't be available on 2016, but fear not. I have also included something to look forward to on 2016.
 
Do these while you can...
 
Play as Parma
Bankrupt and ashamed Parma have had a quick fall and will now ply their trade in Serie D. With Serie D currently not playable in FMH15 this could be the last chance to play as the former European greats for at least 1 season. Being the only severely poor big club in 15 makes them an even better challenge and with no notable club going to be the same status the Italian club provide a two in one career.

 
Make a move for Memphis Depay
Depay is one of the most decorated wingers in Football Manager Handheld 2015 but a big money move to Manchester United has meant his value has tripled. This will be your last chance to play with the Dutch winger for small money so make the most of it by getting him one last time and seeing how many he can score for you from the left or right side of the pitch.
 
Give the top two a run for their money with Atletico Madrid in Spain
Atletico didn't have a good season after winning the Liga BBVA and finishing runners up in the Champions League. This will mean they will be a worse club than before and less likely to challenge Barcelona and Real Madrid straight away. Arguably the two best clubs on FMH15 are hard to fight straight away so the upgrade from their great 2013/14 season was a huge advantage.
 
Dominate Wingers with Danilo or Alex Sandro
Porto had two amazing wing backs in Danilo and Sandro. Sadly both were snapped up by bigger teams. Many players used either or both of these in 2015 and it is easy to see why. With solid attributes at a marginal fee they were vastly better value than any other player in their positions.

 
Use the Van Persie, Di Maria and Falcao threat at Man United
In 2014/15 Van Persie, Di Maria and Falcao were tipped to be unstoppable. It didn't pan out that way in reality but in FMH15 they were amazing. Banging in goals for fun they were the best attacking force in the game up there with Messi, Suarez and Neymar. With all 3 departing Old Trafford this is your last chance to play with this legendary trio.
 
Have fun with Juventus' dominant midfield
Pirlo, Marchisio, Pogba and Vidal were such a midfield force they could beat any team on their day. However with Pirlo and Vidal already gone and Pogba linked to go three of the four could have gone by the time 2016 rolls around. Khedira and Dybala have signed for the Turin giants but it won't be the same as last season's team with the legendary Pirlo having a strange allure.
 
Get Raheem Sterling
One of the most popular signings in 2015 due to his price not being too extortionate but his potential is one of the best in the game; this was helped by the fact he was always unhappy with his contract at the start of the game. The price will now rise sharply thanks to Manchester City's acquisition of the youngster meaning he won't be a staple of your squad from the start of the game like in FMH15.

 
Enjoy Liverpool in the Champions League
Liverpool despite investing heavily failed to get back in the Champions League for the 2015/16 season and this means the rebuild at Anfield will take a difficult twist. Can you lead the Merseyside club to a Sixth Champions League title in the first season by signing stars that they are used to?
 
Complete the 1000 Goal Challenge
The enhanced engine that was introduced was initially a flop but with it getting better and being more realistic than the original engine ever was. This could mean that the 1000 goal challenge may be impossible to complete. Enjoy one of the most entertaining careers one more time as it may be the last.
 
But look forward to this...
 
Sign Reece Oxford from West Ham United
Oxford was the surprise debutant of the 2015/16 season. Being just 16 he has only just left school but he has started both of West Ham's current games. Expect a high potential, English youngster available at a decent price. The new wonderkid will surely have -10 potential which will see him among the best in the game and will be a must sign to come.

DOWNLOAD LATEST PREVIEW HERE [PREMIUM]
DOWNLOAD OLD PREVIEW HERE [PUBLIC]
What is the FMHVibe Summer Transfer Update Preview?
As it says on the tin it is an update for FMH2015 that includes all the latest transfers, loans and promotions/relegations + more.
There are over...
1200 transfers/loans/releases/retirements (+209 on the previous version)300 Player/Club/Nation Edits including kit colours, contracts and promotions/relegations (+96 on the previous version)150 New Players to the database (+116 on the previous version)100 Manager Changes (+38 on the previous version)100 License Fixes (+3 on the previous version) 
Please note...
This is just a preview, the full version will be released to the public with more changes in the future. Please consider buying a PREMIUM account to support the site and our files, which will grant you access to this file.
 
Included in the full version will be...
Graphics for newly created clubs/competitionsMore player creation including full squads for promoted clubs like FC United of ManchesterAdditional club creation 
How to Install:
Android...
Extract the file using WinZip/7Zip or ES File Explorer so you get the folder, the internet provides lots of good tips on how to convert from a .zip for a variety of programs
Place the database folder in: FMH2015_Data > Data
Select yes to overwrite
Start a new career with England as the primary league
 
iOS...
You can only install iOS by a PC/Mac or Linux computer due to the way the devices are made. There are NO direct installs onto a device.
 
Install the Save Editor on your PC or through Winebottler on Mac.
Extract the file using WinZip/7Zip or iZip so you get the folder, the internet provides lots of good tips on how to convert from a .zip for a variety of programs.
 
Select which match engine you want to load then the number on the save corresponds with the following leagues loaded:
England (primary), Germany, Italy, SpainEngland (primary), France, Holland, PortugalEngland (primary), Ireland, Scotland, WalesEngland (primary), Belgium, N. IrelandLoad one into the Save Editor then go to Manager > FMH Vibe and change the firstname/surname (note it can only be changed to the ones in the drop down menu).
Then go to Clubs > Find the club you want to manager > Edit > Swap the manager with yourself
 
Notes:
The update is dated on 02/08/2015, any transfers or changes after this are not made.If you spot any errors, bugs or missing transfers please comment. Thanks.We can not do European Qualification spots so no Manchester United in the Champions League, if you know how on the database please let us know. Thanks.With thanks to Jaymarvels' Pre-Editor
EPL Players I'm Excited To See How 2016 Handles
The new season is underway and transfers are happening thick and fast, at this time of year it's hard not to think ahead to the release of 2016. With this in mind I've put together a shortlist of five Premier League players I'm excited to see how FMH 2016 handles, some are obvious and some are more personal but hopefully you enjoy my list while also being inspired to share your own, via the comments section or in your own thread. 
Yannick Bolasie

Bolasie is one of the most exciting and explosive players in England which is some achievement, he's that unpredictable he doesn't know what he's going to do next never mind the opposition! Bolasie has everything he needs to perform in the top flight and his current stat spread shows this as he's seen as the ideal winger, however his performances this year has seen his stock sky rocket so hopefully he's given a nice boost in the key areas to be a worthwhile signing, especially as he already doesn't come cheap and his price has only gone up, even more so if he moves before the end of the window. 
Jordan Ibe

The stories from inside Liverpool have always been that Ibe is the hottest youngster at the club, even with Sterling in the squad (before his move to City). This has always baffled me as SI have never made Ibe any good in game with him being decent at best (same goes for Suso actually). This has been an annoying issue personally as I've continued to use Ibe over the years with mediocre results for someone so hyped, however I am once again optimistic about him getting the boost he needs as he's been one of Liverpool's stand out stars in the last six months and an England call up is just around the corner with Nigeria sniffing around for his services, please SI make him world class, I love him! 
Bojan

Where do you begin with the legend of FMH that is Bojan? Once famed as being the best wonder kid on the game which led to very little in real life. The young attacker has already featured for many top sides including Barcelona, AC Milan and Ajax but it's at Stoke City of all places where he seems to have found his feet, but more importantly his form. Bojan however remains an interesting case as he showed glimpses of what he is capable of but was also struck down by a serious injury, do SI follow their original opinion and make him a legend again or do they wait and see what happens in 2016 for the playmaker before settling on a rating? All I know is he's a player well worth watching in game in the coming years, personally I'd love to see him back at his best but time will tell. 
Aleksandar Mitrovic

From a legend to the current as Newcastle United's new signing Mitrovic makes my list. He's a striker I've hardly used if truth be told but I've followed him on this site for a number of years now and I'm ecstatic to see what he can do in the Premier League. Newcastle seems an odd fit as it's a club with issues yet he will be adored if he finds the net often enough and a partnership between Ayoze and Mitrovic is somewhat mouth watering in FMH terms. While in Belgium Mitrovic was seen as a wonder kid and his move to the Premier League will certainly see him improved, the question is how good will he be now? He's been scary for a few years but now he's going to explode! Deffinantly going to be one of the best kids on 2016, without a doubt! 
Jeremain Lens

From Newcastle to rivals Sunderland as their latest attacker also makes my list. Lens was always an obvious inclusion for myself as he's a player I've used more than most on 2015 and along side Wanyama he likely defines my year with the series. Lens was cheap on 2015 at just £2.5m and this is why I grew fond of him, however now he's a Premier League player I see that buying price jumping to at least £12-15m! That price is due to the difference in leagues but will that step up also improve his ability? At £2.5m he's a complete bargain but £12M plus is extremely steep unless he gets a Premier League level boost to go alongside his new estimated price tag, he's certainly a player I will be looking at early doors. 
That's it for the five players I'm excited to see on 2016 but what do you think about my list? Do you have players you're excited to see on the new game? If so make sure you let Vibe know about it! 
As always thank you for viewing and please remember to leave a comment.
Hey guys!
Who doesn’t love a good FM wonderkid?
From Freddy Adu to Eder Alvarez Balanta – a good wonderkid should evoke feelings of excitement, wonder and awe at their world-class potential and their game changing performances for many years to come.
With FMH16 around the corner, let’s take a look at some players who can achieve ‘wonderkid’ status in the upcoming game.
Today, we look at the top 5 Goalkeepers of FMH16:
(All goalkeepers in this list are 22 or under - a true 'kid' - Sorry to any Courtois / ter Stegen / Rulli / Leno fans)
Number 5
Number 4
Number 3
Number 2
Number 1
What do you think of my predictions? Who do you think will be a proper wonderkid goalkeeper in FMH16? Is there anyone I've missed? Please leave your comments below! 
(This list is speculative and my opinion only, and isn’t in any way reflective of the upcoming FMH16)
Other topics in the Looking Forward series: 
Looking Forward #2 - Top 5 DEF wonderkids in FMH16 

Nation: England
League: English Premier Division
2014/15 Finish: 6th
European Competition: EURO Cup
Finances: Rich
Training Facilities: Excellent
Predicted Transfer Budget: £20-30m
 

Transfers In (Summer 2015):
Joe Gomez (from Charlton)James Milner (from Manchester City)Danny Ings (from Burnley)Adam Bogdan (from Bolton)Roberto Firmino (from Hoffenheim)Nathaniel Clyne (from Southampton)Christian Benteke (from Aston Villa) 
Transfers Out (Summer 2015):
Brad Jones (to Free)Glen Johnson (to Stoke City)Steven Gerrard (to LA Galaxy)Sebastian Coates (to Sunderland)Iago Aspas (to Celta Vigo)Raheem Sterling (to Manchester City)Rickie Lambert (to West Bromwich Albion)Fabio Borini (to Fiorentina)Mario Balotelli (to Unknown)Andre Wisdom (to Norwich City - Loan) 
Predicted Starting XI:

 
Other Squad List:
Goalkeepers:
Adam Bogdan
 
Defenders:
Jose Enrique, Kolo Toure, Dejan Lovren, Joe Gomez, Tiago Ilori, Jon Flanagan
 
Midfielders:
Adam Lallana, Lucas Leiva, Joe Allen, Jordon Ibe, Jordan Rossiter, Lazar Markovic, Joao Carlos Teixeira
 
Forwards:
Daniel Sturridge, Divock Origi, Danny Ings, Jerome Sinclair
 
Review:
+ Plenty of great finishers
+ Very creative players
+ Highly versatile
- Lack of out and out wingers
- Not much strength in depth
 
Will Liverpool will be a good side for 2016:
While Liverpool have some great players and additions such as Roberto Firmino and Nathianiel Clyne cement this the team is far off of Champions quality. They lack the quality in numbers and though Emre Can, Jordon Ibe, Lazar Markovic and Divock Origi all have high potential to be great there needs to be an uplift in the squad to make them anywhere near their rich history says they should be. The good news is though the team have an English spine throughout the team and could really build something. This should mean Liverpool will be a team to try and make into a medium to long term project. With a decent budget to help with this cause; though it is not in competition with their rivals', in which should give it a tasty enough bite to make it fun enough to keep the challenge entertaining.
DOWNLOAD LATEST PREVIEW HERE [PREMIUM]
DOWNLOAD OLD PREVIEW HERE [PUBLIC]
 
What is the FMHVibe Summer Transfer Update Preview?
As it says on the tin it is an update for FMH2015 that includes all the latest transfers, loans and promotions/relegations + more.
There are over...
1200 transfers/loans/releases/retirements (+209 on the previous version)300 Player/Club/Nation Edits including kit colours, contracts and promotions/relegations (+96 on the previous version)150 New Players to the database (+116 on the previous version)100 Manager Changes (+38 on the previous version)100 License Fixes (+3 on the previous version) 
Please note...
This is just a preview, the full version will be released to the public with more changes in the future. Please consider buying a PREMIUM account to support the site and our files, which will grant you access to this file.
 
Included in the full version will be...
Graphics for newly created clubs/competitionsMore player creation including full squads for promoted clubs like FC United of ManchesterAdditional club creation 
How to Install:
Android...
Extract the file using WinZip/7Zip or ES File Explorer so you get the folder, the internet provides lots of good tips on how to convert from a .zip for a variety of programs
Place the database folder in: FMH2015_Data > Data
Select yes to overwrite
Start a new career with England as the primary league
 
iOS...
You can only install iOS by a PC/Mac or Linux computer due to the way the devices are made. There are NO direct installs onto a device.
 
Install the Save Editor on your PC or through Winebottler on Mac.
Extract the file using WinZip/7Zip or iZip so you get the folder, the internet provides lots of good tips on how to convert from a .zip for a variety of programs.
 
Select which match engine you want to load then the number on the save corresponds with the following leagues loaded:
England (primary), Germany, Italy, SpainEngland (primary), France, Holland, PortugalEngland (primary), Ireland, Scotland, WalesEngland (primary), Belgium, N. IrelandLoad one into the Save Editor then go to Manager > FMH Vibe and change the firstname/surname (note it can only be changed to the ones in the drop down menu).
Then go to Clubs > Find the club you want to manager > Edit > Swap the manager with yourself
 
Load up iTunes, then select your device. Go to apps and scroll down to "Sharing Area". Select FMH 2015 and drag and drop your modified save into right section with the files. Select yes to replace.
 
Notes:
The update is dated on 02/08/2015, any transfers or changes after this are not made.If you spot any errors, bugs or missing transfers please comment. Thanks.We can not do European Qualification spots so no Manchester United in the Champions League, if you know how on the database please let us know. Thanks.With thanks to Jaymarvels' Pre-Editor
The Sons XI
Every time a big name player has a son the hype around him living up to his fathers ability to be a professional footballer start to appear. While many don't follow in their fathers footsteps there are plenty that do and in this thread I'll be showcasing an eleven created from sons of famous players.  
I'd like to thank @samhardy for helping me to create this eleven. We both enjoy random football chat and this was a rather challenging one we had a long time ago.
All images are from a day one save and the formation used is a 3-5-2 
 
Goalkeeper
Kasper Schmeichel

When it comes to famous goalkeepers not many compare to the Schmeichel family. Peter is a legend in his own right while Kasper has done him self no harm with plenty of good games within the English Premier League and at one point he was keeping Joe Hart out of the City net. Stat wise he's a very capable keeper in game who should blossom with intensive training. His buying price shouldn't be too high and he's still very young in goalkeeping turns so maybe it's worth snapping him up. 
Defence
Alex Bruce

Another child of a Manchester United star as Alex Bruce the son of Hull City manager Steve Bruce makes the eleven. Both are known as commanding central defenders and Alex's stats make him an interesting option as he has fantastic tackling and teamwork combined with decent heading and positioning. Due to his current age he'll never be a top quality option but he could be a great quick fix for a side in need of an experienced centre back. 
Daley Blind

The Manchester United theme continues as Daley Blind slots in next to Bruce in the defence. Danny Blind is soon to be appointed as the Dutch national teams new manager while his son Daley is currently a first team player for both the national side and Manchester United. Daley is a player many FMH players know well due to his versatility and the fact he played for Ajax which made him a popular choice. His important stats are all high blue or green and they make his versatility workable as he can be tailored with IT for any role he can play in. 
Liam Rosenior

Liam is the son of Leroy Rosenior who is a pundit and former manager, during his playing days his clubs included Queens Park Rangers, West Ham and Fulham. Back in the day I remember Liam being a solid option at fullback which is the reason I've drafted him into this makeshift back line. Stat wise Liam looks past his best but his stamina and positioning still catch the eye which are important for his role while his other stats are all high blues so I'm sure he'd be a decent signing for many a side, the main drawback has to be his age. 
Midfield
Tom Ince


Tom Ince is the son of Paul Ince and both rapid wingers have a connection to Liverpool Football Club, Paul is regarded as one of the Anfield greats while Tom played for the youth teams. Tom is a hard player to judge as he clearly has ability but for one reason or another he's failed to settle at a number of clubs, thankfully in game he looks a decent winger as all his important stats are high blue and intensive training should bring him up to a decent level, I doubt he'll ever match his fathers ability now though. 
Sergio Busquets

Sergio has become one of the leading names in the defensive midfield position and he's easily one of the best options on the game as his stats speak for themselves. Sergio's father, Carles, also played for Barcelona back in the nineties where he played seventy-nine games as a goalkeeper. During his time with Barcelona he managed to win a total of six La Liga titles to name just a few of his achievements! 
Diego Poyet

Diego Poyet is yet to make a real name for himself in real life but players of FMH are sure to know the quality he has. At such a tender age this young defensive midfielder is already showing signs of potential as his defensive stats are solid for his age and they'll only improve in time. Diego is the son of former Sunderland manager Gus Poyet who had a successful playing career for teams such as Chelsea, Tottenham and Real Zaragoza. 
The Alcântara Brothers
Thiago and Rafinha


These two Barcelona graduates are two of the most famous footballing brothers within FMH, both have been fantastic wonder kids for years and they're starting to come into their own in game and in real life. The Brazilian international Mazinho is their father and the defensive minded midfielder had some career as he won the World Cup and Copa America with the national side while also claiming a number of trophies within Brazil. 
Thiago is the older of the pair and his stats are outstanding for his age as he's one of the best playmaking midfielders on the game with 18 creativity, 19 passing and 15 movement! His younger brother Rafinha is not to be sniffed at though as the more forward thinking player of the two also had brilliant stats including 16's in dribbling and passing, with intensive training these two are a real force! 
Strikers
Devante Cole

Andrew Cole is one of the most famous strikers in recent years so it's exciting to find his son, Devante on FMH. Stat wise the young striker looks like the ideal poacher as he already has fantastic shooting, dribbling and pace! If I'm honest I've been waiting a long time for Devante to hit the stage of Vibe as a career following his fathers achievements has always felt like a given! What's happening guys?
Bradley Wright-Phillips

If Devante is a striker for the future Ian Wrights' son Bradley is for the now. The 29 year old is currently playing in America and I feel he could be a decent signing for the right club. He's unlikely to match his dads amazing achievements at his current age but he has experience and all round solid attacking stats including 16 shooting, 17 movement and 15 decisions! He could be the ideal signing to lead your attacking line if you're a smaller club or scrapping in the Championship. 
Thank you for viewing, are there any famous sons you feel I missed? If so make sure you leave a comment! I'd also like to thank Sam once again for his help, if you feel this warrants an upvote be sure to give him one as well on the comment I hope he leaves here.