Bantam Searley95

Administration>Bust

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On the game, is it possible for a team to enter Administration and go bust? Bankrupt and gone completely. Like Chester, Scarbrough and Halifax for example?

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Not only is it due to legal reasons but I imagine the coding involved could probably cause further problems and bugs.

The one thing that I wish they would do and has no legal implications as Administration is already used, is that when a team goes into Administration the following steps are taken by the FA

they are

1 - docked 9 points Premier League and 10 for the other leagues

2 - If a team fails to meet the administration terms by a deadline date they potentially lose evan more points (example Southampton 17 points)

Currently FM only applies step 1 and step 2 could be applied and would add further realism that SI seem to crave.

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Its all coding and no non-existent legal reasons....which is absurd because SI dont even have licenses for some playable leagues.

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I thought there was the legal issue of allowing a club to dissolve therefore implies that the club is so poor at financial management that they are likely to dissolve?

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Its all coding and no non-existent legal reasons....which is absurd because SI dont even have licenses for some playable leagues.

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No, it's primarily due to potential legal reasons. In the same way that certain things you'll see happen in the media with regens, you'll never see happen with "real" players.

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