timmy

decent , useful ?

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Which is a better remark decent or useful?

Useful, I should think.

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Talk about giving the guy different anwsers. :D

To settle this, just look at how many stars a decent guy has, and how many a useful guy has.

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Talk about giving the guy different anwsers. :D

To settle this, just look at how many stars a decent guy has, and how many a useful guy has.

Haha, though that would happen. It tepends, though doesn't it. In this case I agree, just look at the stars, stats, and if appropriate if work permits are eligable.

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Perhaps in future Fms should change the word decent and useful to helpful differentiate them.

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I think SI should do away with the stars altogether and just go with comments - but just expand the comments from half a dozen to hundreds. That way, it would seem like an actual person talking to you about a player instead of a computer making an evaluation based on numbers. Maybe that would even lead to doing away with ratings altogether?

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In the USA, regarding baseball, players are quantified with a 20-80 rating system on different skills (speed, defensive range etc), but that is a sport where there is more statistically quantifiable evidence for such things. Football does not provide the same environment for a rating system. I would love a plain language scouting system. How about it, SI?

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In future they could use the jamie redknapp rating system.

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I would think that "decent" means that he'd be okay, could do a decent job on a pitch. "Useful" seem to indicate he could actually contribute something in particular to the squad, question is what? :p

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