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Mightyowl28
08-12-2010, 13:21
Right, so im managing Sheffield Wednesday, I have sugar daddy activated, and im trying to sign a couple of defenders..

Literally every defender I negotiate with "doesnt beleive the club can meet his demands", were even talking players who are only on 600 at their current club, my maximum wage is 8.5k..

any ideas?

georgerangers
08-12-2010, 13:59
I am currently having the same problem and apparently marc says you can change the capped wages but waiting confirmation of how to do this

Mightyowl28
08-12-2010, 18:37
I think my problem is that the players im trying to sign are asking for unrealistic wages, a BSP player on 600 a week now expecting 8.5k+ to sign for me..

ragingbull
08-12-2010, 18:46
I remember reading somewhere that this is because after the cash injection, you are seen as 'rich'. This means that clubs would expect you to pay more for players than a poorer club. Likewise, the player would expect higher wages from a club that has recently had a large cash injection.

Mightyowl28
08-12-2010, 19:43
I did think it oculd be something like that.. but.. im unable to offer wages any higher than before my cash injection!

And i have making my wage budget really high but that doesnt make a difference.. Marc???

AndrewDriverNo1
08-12-2010, 19:50
As a premiership club, All the SPL players i tried to sign said the same, cant offer what they want. Most off them were on 1-3k and my maximum wage was 40k . I think it must be a bug

Mightyowl28
08-12-2010, 20:07
As a premiership club, All the SPL players i tried to sign said the same, cant offer what they want. Most off them were on 1-3k and my maximum wage was 40k . I think it must be a bug

Did you have sugar daddy enabled?

Mightyowl28
08-12-2010, 21:28
just been experimenting, started a game as Birmingham, had a bid accepted for Graham Alexander of Burnley, he asked to 14k a week out of my 47k wage cap, I cancelled the bid and re-made it with sugar daddy activated, he then asked for 60k a week, my wage cap was still at 47k, I then put 18million of my transfer budget on to my wage budget and my wage cap was STILL at 47k!

ragingbull
08-12-2010, 22:08
Well, the best thing to do is make a bid you know they'll accept, and then go on holiday.
The assistant manager will offer the player a contract and will accept no matter how high/low it is.
Then you have the player :P