Looking at this from SI's point of view.. they focus 70% of their time to new features on FM which is acceptable it's there main title and will recoup a lot of the dev money if not all of it and then some.. 20% went towards fmc or fmt as its new they want it to do well and spending £7+ on a mobile game makes people think twice anyway so you have to be getting value for money.. in my opinion I do believe they want this to replace FMH as the main mobile FM game.. 10% goes towards FMM or FMH due to limitations on the devices they don't seem to be able to add many new features besides new ones that have never been seen on this game before.. they have innovated just in smaller steps due to limitations on devices and theydont want people missing out on new features that would make or break this game due to the different phones etc *this is all my own opinion*
Of course I'm going to buy it.. we all shout and make a fuss about new leagues but really we just want the players from those leagues most of the time.. I for one stick to the main leagues (England, Spain, Germany etc) so am not really bothered about no new leagues (MLS would've been nice same as Russia) but I wouldn't say I'm not going to buy the game just because of this.. the new features I've seen I like.. granted we may have been testers for the "main game" regarding my club but in software development you have to start small before rolling out to the wider world they wanted to make sure it works before letting the "main game" have its turn.. I for one don't like my club anyway as it ruins the experience for me.. besides FMM 16 has so many challenges already.. FC Utd of Manchester to world champs for example why would I want to miss out on that.. without having to edit the game or wait for them to get promoted..
More options with loans.. such as loan to buy.. loan for two seasons would be a decent addition, similar adjustments to transfers such as buy back clauses but not all of the clauses from the PC edition.. being able to schedule your own friendlies.. better scouts.. Player roles such as Anchor man would be decent.. More leagues maybe I'd want MLS above all others though tbh. The ability to play with more than four nations.. which you may say is impossible but if you think about it.. say you pick England (all), Spain, Germany, Italy as your nations thats 10 leagues, 11 domestic cup competitions and 4 continental competitions.. if you had the option to deactivate the Championship, Leagues one and two and the conference leagues, you would also deactivate the JPT and FA Trophy which frees up space for another 6 leagues and 2 cup competitions.. so you could in theory load England, Italy, Germany, Spain, Holland and Brazil but you would only be able to play in the top divisions of said countries but in their cup competitions and continental competitions! Which I think is a good idea if I explained it well..
Newcastle United 2014/15 League Finish: 15th Key Players: Cabella, Sissoko, Ayoze New Signings: Wijnaldum, Mitrovic (Medical.. practically done deal) Difficulty: Newcastle are on of the classic Premier league teams and only a few years ago were in Europe.. the current team is solid in midfield and exciting upfront especially with Ayoze potentially linking up with Mitrovic and Wijnaldum.. Newcastle have a young exciting team.. except in defence.. where you'll need to improve using a modest budget. 5/10
Manchester City just don't have the appeal of other teams so therefore have to overpay on wages and fees etc, Some good options though and it would be interesting to see which one City signed and how they would fit in to the 4-4-2 system Pellegrini wants to play.