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    Default if i want to lose a player......

    Should I confirm interest from a club or issue no comment?

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    If you want to encourage clubs to bid then confirm the interest in the player, you're acknowledging that teams are circling interested in signing him - this often implies that you're open to letting him leave (otherwise managers normally say "Sod Off" or "No comment".

    (if you say "No Comment" then its not giving anything away at all and attempting to play things down so as to no confirm there is interest in the player and get people excited, saying "Sod Off" might upset your player if he was interested in the move potentially)

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    Marc - does this happen the other way? I don't recall seeing any media interaction where a journo will ask if you're interested in a particular player - especially one that is shortlisted. Would be good if this did happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lillywhite Dean View Post
    Marc - does this happen the other way? I don't recall seeing any media interaction where a journo will ask if you're interested in a particular player - especially one that is shortlisted. Would be good if this did happen.
    Will double check - I've a feeling it doesn't .... but it well might do in a future version ;)

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