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    Is a problem, most clubs would dream of having. But this is just rhe dilemma i have! i am roma starting 6th season and i got $396m in total and $250m+ in transfer funds, and i dont know how to hell to spend all this money, reason i have so much isdue to my ridiclousy good tv deal and merchandising on top of that

    I got all the best stars in the world speaking of the likes of fabregas, silva, de rossi, rosina, leo messi except i dont have c. ronaldo.

    I wish FM had more options to spend the money, or force the board to build a new stadium... what do you do with your excess money? i dont want that reserve fund happening

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    dont spend it then lol

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    but..but.. if i dont then it will go the reserve fund? should i offer all the players ridiculous wages ;-/

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    Why don't you just scout the world for amazing youngsters and form a potentially world class second team, thats what I'd do anyway

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    i find the more money you have to buy players then the board are more likely to let you have 1 or 2 more scouts above the recommended ammount because they can pay for the trips easily
    scout like crazy

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    i've not done it yet this pre season (2013-14), but i usually spend £20M-£30M every year just for the hell of it. i've maintained a realistic bank balance & used yth players in the first team. i've only payed £40M+ twice in 6 seasons, i generally hate spending so damn much on one player. but there's not much point buying a player just because i can, especially with my yth team.

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    For the first 6-8 years I have no problem spending all my cash. After I have a very good team of 23-28 year olds I don't tend to need anyone else until the 28 year olds start to creak a bit, and then it's only one or two replacements a year.

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    This will probabaly sound strange , however i prefer to work on a tight budget , both for wages and transfers , i feel this is more of a challenge and more satisfiying if you acheive success . anyone agree ?

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    I have been manager of Athletico Madrid for 3 years now and have now built up a hefy transfer kitty of $195m and i like the look of Daniel Alves, who is valued at $39m. I praised the player and he is very interested in joining my side and Man Utd STILL would not accept an offer of $140m???? YET Man Utd offered my club 67m for my star midfielder who is valued at 45m and the chairman accepted??? WTF it is not like we needed the money but Man Utd did not interfere with the 140m offer i made......So there are things that money just will not buy.

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