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board expectations at the start of season

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If you don't talk to the board about their expectations, the game doesn't give you another chance to talk to them.  As with most dialogues, I was expecting the game to stop and remind me to tell the board how well I expect to do in the coming season.  And now it has rolled off my inbox messages and I can't get it back.

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1st or subsequent seasons? as i wasnt able to progress without dealing with that email in the 1st season at Stockport 

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2nd season. I'm currently in preseason so is it possible for them to come back and ask me again before the real games start?

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It's not currently a 'must respond' item, think it should be? I can see arguments either way.

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33 minutes ago, Alari Naylor said:

It's not currently a 'must respond' item, think it should be? I can see arguments either way.

it should be really, it underlines expectations. If you don't say how you are supposed to do then that isn't realistic as every club would have this at the start of the season.

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Yes it should be. I missed my window to reply and now am stuck with the lowest possible budget allowed. I was basically a no-show to the board meeting where the club's season expectations were discussed - a likely fireable offense in real life. 

And ideally, the board should be more flexible with the performance related requests. If I say I will bravely fight against relegation but spend most of the season mid-table, it would be nice to go to the board and "upgrade" their expectations for some more transfer/wage cash before the January window. Currently, it's an ineffective one-way system to request more money from the board which is refused like 99% of the time. 

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