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What's the definition of a "high profile player" - by the club board when their signing is set as a coaching philosophy?... I love attracting big-name players regardless of philosophy anyways, but wonder how the game defines a "high profile" player, once this is set as a philosophy. (I'm running for a few jobs and am thinking about proposing this philosophy) Thanks.
So I just noticed that Man United has the two following philosophies together: "Sign young players for the first team" and "High profile signings". The other two doesn't really matter now. The thing is when I try to add "sign young players for the first team" in say Man City that have the "High profile signings" philosophy i cannot do it unless I remove the latter one. What am I missing here ? Cheers
The club philosophy that has been added in recent versions of the game are great but I feel that they need more emphasis and more additions. What I mean by emphasis is make it more difficult to remove certain philosophies during negotiating a contract. Right now it is very easy to just remove them all and not add more responsibility. It seems unless you as a manager prefer to play a certain philosophy you can have it without the club having a hard say on it. I would prefer some clubs stand firm on some philosophies to force the manager to adapt to different philosophies. Some types of philosophies that I would like to be added are : - having more players from same league nation in squad (some teams do that already in real football) - having the financial balance always in the positive (since you control spending) - add more types of football play philosophies I am sure there are more types that I can't think of this moment.
Why should a coach propose adding philosophy(ies) during contract negotiations with the Board? It's more of a liability than a benefit. I need to remain flexible to play and hire as I need, right?