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Hello managers, I need some advice. I bought a young talent during the winter transfer with the promise to make him play his favorite role, which happened to be in conflict with my top scorer player (my fault). I also promised to reach the Champions League which I did so I thought that he would be upset with me, sure, but not too much. Now, he is young with lots of potential and his value is skyrocketing month by month due to his good performance and he has signed a 5 years contract so I am not concerned for the moment. However he is unhappy and I am afraid he is going to create chaos in
Ok, so I am a little frustrated with my players, and I am unsure of whether my lack of understanding of new changes is affecting my players too much. They seem to quietly complain constantly about especially training as well as squad composition. So I start a game as Bath City (as always). The club is part time, so I get between 1 and 2 training passes per week, depending on how many games I have. So I am quite limited in my ability to make everyone happy with training. It is now end of August, and I already have 11 players unhappy about training, and 15 dissatisfied with management.
I find this situation personally unrealistic and it's the situation where a manager goes on holiday for the next match which is probably in like 14 days time only to see at the end of the holiday when reading through the messages that a player came with a certain problem but since the manager is on holiday, the player wasn't attended to and this caused him to be unhappy thereby, affecting the whole team's happiness and to make it worse, you can't even conversate with the said player to sort his problem as it would be termed he was ignored. Secondly, when a manager's contract is running out, an