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physiar

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    Into this game since Championship Manager 3, back online after a long hiatus.

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    UC Sampdoria

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  1. - Attempts one-twos with opposition goalkeeper
  2. - Plays to his weaknesses a.k.a. - Ignores his best attributes
  3. - crosses to opposition goalkeeper - crosses into crossbar
  4. Time left on contract will also affect, as will league rep, club rep, transfer status, age vs potential, and squad status.
  5. You might solve it by ticking back "allow licensed kits" in the main IGE menu.
  6. I think the man wants the "hard copy" for his collection.
  7. Saved rebounds would have been played on by the keeper. Other penalties scored on rebound would have been either by a teammate or an own goal.
  8. It all depends on the context of what is happening. Maybe they don't have any more money? This is the same club putting in bids, one non-negotiable for a pittance (when I set an asking price) and one fully negotiable (when I don't). Maybe they're only willing to spend up to a certain amount for a player they consider to be rotation or backup? See above Maybe your valuation is ridiculous? Yes, purposefully so... I do not want to sell (sort of saying, come on, indulge me) Maybe they're wating for the player to become unsettled? If not and there isn't a chance of upsetting the player, then it is worth looking into. The point I was making is that I have complete control on whether the player becomes unsettled, simply by not setting an asking price and then asking for gazillions when a [negotiable (see above again)] bid does come in.
  9. What I mean is that if I don't put a price in at all, they come in with a negotiable bid - I can then ask for, say 80M for a 15M player, and they will just withdraw the bid. Player does not get unhappy, and everyone gets on with life. They will come in later with another bid, and the cycle repeats itself, but that's a different matter that has been done to death on these forums. On the other hand, if I do set up an asking price, they will come in with a non-negotiable bid of, say, 8M (for the same player), and all hell breaks loose if you reject that one. Something doesn't quite add up IMHO (I'm commenting on the game mechanics, rather than on the scope of simulating real life... I do get the point of the AI trying to force you to sell cheaper).
  10. It makes it worse for me - this results in AI putting in non-negotiable bids for laughable money. If I reject, I end up with a mutiny on my hands.
  11. You are right, I misread the "challenge for" for "win", my bad! While I can't be 100% certain, I was marked as having completed the promise when I reached (and lost) a cup final.
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