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Is it OK to not have any Key Players in my squad? That's the situation I currently noticed. Over time, I've downgraded all Key Players to First Team, and it seems to be working... But I read somewhere that a squad should have a good mix of player status: 3 or 4 key Players, 5 to 6 First Team, 5 to 6 Rotation, etc. What are the pros and cons in having or *not* having Key Player(s)?... (I kinda recall that the status mix helps in payroll budget allocation... How?...). Thanks in advance for your thoughts.
I want to sign an experienced CM for his personnality (professional), his Determination (15) and a PPM (Tackle standing up) [i.e. i want him as a tutor, mainly] but he won't accept a contract that is not "Key Player". I don't care that much about the salary boost, i'll make it up fast if i can make him 2 younglings with 3 reasons i want him to for. But "Key players" expect, to my knowledge, to play 60% of the matches but he have low stamina and got quite a few little injuries last season at the club he was with, so my intention is never to let him play 2 matches inside 4 days. For that, i would want to give him a "First team" only. Will he expect to play 60% of the matches because of his contract or will he be happy with 50% of them, in line with his status in the squad?