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Drake44444
22-12-2008, 00:43
I am having a problem, even though I am way under my weekly wage budget, of being able to pay new signings what they want per week. I am playing as Zenit and getting a huge signing that would be a much add. He won't sign with me, because my board will only let me pay him a tiny bit per week.

I can't see to get a way around it- I would move other players, adjust budget, transfer funds, and I still can't get them to allow it, even though its a much needed player and huge signing.

toon army 06
22-12-2008, 00:58
I am having a problem, even though I am way under my weekly wage budget, of being able to pay new signings what they want per week. I am playing as Zenit and getting a huge signing that would be a much add. He won't sign with me, because my board will only let me pay him a tiny bit per week.

I can't see to get a way around it- I would move other players, adjust budget, transfer funds, and I still can't get them to allow it, even though its a much needed player and huge signing.

is the player black as they don't allow black people in there team in reallife.

NepentheZ
22-12-2008, 01:02
is the player black as they don't allow black people in there team in reallife.

Wow. Thats just racist beyond all measures.

Bhoy
22-12-2008, 01:03
It's not official, just too much pressure from fans to be honest.

Drake44444
22-12-2008, 01:47
Yeah fans don't want it. Other teams in Russian Premier League can have black guys... even the best guy in the RPL Vagner Love is black.

Drake44444
22-12-2008, 01:48
No, the player is not black though, Xisco.

Kewell08
22-12-2008, 02:01
Set his squad status in your contract offer to the highest possible. That should raise how much you are allowed to offer.
If it's still not enough, your only option is to raise the wages of a few of your players who have the same squad status as what you are giving him. This will raise the average, and in turn how much the board lets you offer your new player. The board limits your wage offer so it is comparable to other players of the same squad status.

phnompenhandy
22-12-2008, 04:41
It's very common for boards to have a wage structure in place. Depending on how 'hands-on' the chairman is, he won't allow anyone to break it due to the precedent it might set. Other players might demand pay rises, subsequent transfer targets demand more and before you know it the wage bill has spiraled out of control.

Kewell08
22-12-2008, 04:59
That's what I was getting at.
I was under the impression from reading a few posts months back that you can alter your wage structure by lifting the wages of other players in the squad (or lowering them).

Jimbokav1971
22-12-2008, 06:01
Yeah, I'm with Kewell.

Change his status within the squad to "key player" and they should allow you to offer significantly more in basic wages and bonuses.

Ryknow
22-12-2008, 08:04
Have you got many free transfers coming in for the next window. Contracts that have been agreed means the board will be wary of how much they let you give to any more players because as soon as its 1st July the wage budget may surge way over.

Drake44444
22-12-2008, 08:42
Thanks. I made him a key player, but it still wasn't enough. I've worked around it though. I didn't know that it was based on average. That probably explains it then.

I really appreciate the responses.