A list of sites that have made things a lot easier for the PES community. I mention them on some specific sections on the site, but here is the complete list.
- /r/WEPES Reddit community
- PES Database 2020 Game database
- Ultimate myClub Companion Spreadsheet (PES 2020) made by /u/TheDIsSilentHilbilly
- All Free 100% Combo (PES 2019) made by /u/seerpico
- Spoony Pizzas YouTube Channel Gameplay Tips
The Reddit community is super helpful and this is a subreddit I visit every day. I learned a lot here when I was a newcomer to myClub, and to this day I still do.
You can share goals, discuss gameplay tactics, and learn about pretty much anything related to the game.
This is usually where I read Konami's latest announcements as well.
The most popular resource to check player ratings and preview their stats according to their training level (simply adjust the slider).
This is also the place to go if you want a player and need to know which scouts you must have to sign him with a certainty of 100%.
You can also do some advanced searches in the database with custom filters, to retrieve the list of players that have a certain Playing Style and Position, for example.
/u/TheDIsSilentHilbilly has done a lot for the PES community over the years and this is the most recent Spreadsheet you can use. It's the Ultimate Companion because it is actually 3 in 1!
It includes not only the "Free Scout Sheet" (which you can use to see if you can get any players with 100% Free Scout Combinations) but also an "Experience + Contract Calculator" and a "Trainer Experience Table", to calculate the EXP you get for each player you convert into a trainer.
This is a super handy Google Spreadsheet, and all you need to do to use it is to click on "File > Make a Copy".
This user created an app that allows you to insert the Free Scouts you already own, to see if you can get any player for free.
Similar to the one above, but for PES 2019 (Data Pack 5.0).
Spoony is my favorite PES YouTuber. If you're looking for tips on how to improve your gameplay, have a look at Spoony's tutorials.
He covers everything, from dribbling, passing or shooting, to more tactical aspects such as formations or advanced instructions.
He plays mostly offline, so he often streams his Master League games as well.