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silverboot81

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  1. Offloading some players can be truly painful. Especially if they have relatively high salary related to their skills. I had one defender in Catania. I was playing Serie A and he was Serie B player. I offered him to the clubs with 0€ and none was interested. As for your question I don't have any tools. You can't offer the player to specific clubs (correct me if I am wrong). All you can do is to transfer list him, set his status as "not needed", set reasonable (usually lower than his "value") asking price, offer to the clubs, ask him to make couple of phone calls and hope for the best.
  2. Thank you. So as far as I understand, you can't and won't 100% ignore the players anyway. And you don't truly ignore the players but deal with the problems one way or another.
  3. What is this point and how does it reflect to the real life? I am trying to imagine the dream team where people eventually come unhappy and at some point are okay again. Just like that without any effort from anywhere. You're right, one case doesn't prove anything. Yet it seems that generic way for many people is to ignore everything and they're successful. My questions is still why it works and should it work. Thank you, if I only find time I might do a test and see how it works and if there is a reason to raise a bug.
  4. After reading all these comments I am even more curious if this is intended behaviour of the feature or not. That you simply can ignore the players and eventually they become happy again, sign new contract with the club etc. Because if this is the case, I'd suggest dropping the "simulation" part off from the advertisement. Too bad I don't have enough time to make a test save where I'd simply ignore all communication, not selling any players etc. That's why I am more interested about hearing successful stories from the others.
  5. Hmm interesting. But isn't this affecting players' morale, match performance and (if influential player) eventually to the squad dynamics? If not then I need to forget everything I've ever learnt from human management...
  6. Sigh. I wouldn't call anyones opinion stupid when you obviously fail to understand part of the problem. You might also ask in many occasions that should the player become unhappy in certain situations.
  7. Hoi! Without further details one can only guess. Some achievements can be bugged. As far as I understand in Steam an achievement might be left untriggered if you're offline in the moment the achievement is supposed to be gained. Is this your case?
  8. Smells like a bug for me. As far as I understand your team was challenging for the title.
  9. You're right that it is not uncommon in real football. However, what ever the reason is it should be stated clearly and be reasonable. I still don't see the evidence that Man City of Liverpool would be better options for winning the CL than Bayern. If there was something else too I would understand. Like player X prefers to play in England one day or player Y feels that he have achieved everything he can at the current club and wants new challenges/changes to the life (or just got simply bored). Also not to forget that Man City and Liverpool has also old stars in their rosters
  10. Despite players are clearly reasoning their unhappiness, I feel that the players become unhappy too easily at the moment in certain situations. For example I joined to Bayern Munchen after couple of successful seasons in Italy so I wasn't really Mr Nobody. Liverpool and Man City started chasing 2 of my players and they immediately wanted to move on because they wanted to win the Champions League. That is very odd for the reasons: 1) Bayern is a strong team including star players like Pogba and Bayern's old stars are still in very good shape. Good candidate for the CL winner? 2.) Bayern won CL just few seasons ago. Still good candidate for winning the CL? 3.) Taking a look into Man City and Liverpool rosters and reputations they're not better candidates for winning the CL than Bayern. Nothing gives me evidence that these players' unhappiness is justified in this case.
  11. I have noticed that sometimes no-talk works better than any talk in both pre-match and half-time.
  12. Have you tried setting either IF or winger to attacking mentality? Also I can see that your midfield players doesn't fully fit to their roles.
  13. I also got my goal disallowed yesterday after VAR so it can definitely happen and it have affect on game.
  14. I remember these conversations distantly. I was myself off from the scene few years so I haven't followed the recent discussions. I see the problem here. But again this leads me to my previous question, what are the real examples? How are the clubs dealing these situations? And sorry, this subject have probably been discussed over and over again elsewhere but I am really trying to catch up here
  15. I am little bit suspicious on this. IF the club doesn't want to sell player for any price, why they are not just saying it? Just rejecting any offer would do it. Is there actually any real world example of the club setting ridiculous asking price for young player as a statement that this kid is not for sale?
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