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How to create a form which includes linked fields?

Hello,
Is is possible to create a form with Drupal  for below scenario:
If so which modules should I use?

1. User posts a football team's photograph
2. User will be able to add predefined position like "goalkeeper, centre-back, sweeper, right-wingback, forward etc..."

every added category two extra field, player name and player photo, should be displayed too.

3. User will be able to add football player to just added position.
4. The player name entered the textfield will be displayed as link if the entered player exists.
5. If the player exist, his photo will be displayed adjacent to his name.


Recording page will be something like below:
........................................................
.........................................................
********* Team's Photo ************
.........................................................
......................................................... Upload Photo


Position                Name                  Player's Photo
Goalkeeper            Manuel Neuer          **Photo**
Rightback              Philipp Lahm          **Photo**
Forward                 Cacau                      **empty**
Add new position

Kind regards...
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vileda
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UltrusCommented:
Anything is possible. I picture creating "player" type nodes that include pictures, names and bios. Then they would be referenced in a "team" type node using a node reference field.

These modules are something to look into which may help to varying degrees (tried to stick to D7 modules):

References (D6 version is called node reference), for referencing player nodes in a team node
http://drupal.org/project/references

View reference, for showing fields like name and picture in a pretty way (like a table) with views module, when viewing the team node, perhaps you could add a sort field to the player page for sorting in this view, or ...
http://drupal.org/project/viewreference

Nodequeue, haven't used this yet but I hear it's great for ordering nodes in a view
http://drupal.org/project/nodequeue

I wouldn't be able to give you the full answer to your question as there is a lot to it.. however I hope my feedback helps inspire some places to look. It is possible and even practical.
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