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U23 teams of professional parent teams lose players and staff due parttime contracts

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The U23 teams (clubs with status "U23") of the professional clubs can award a maximum of part time contracts, but they are professional teams except for the effects of the age of a U23 team.
All employees and players will not extend their contracts and all will "escape", and no equivalent replacement is possible to be engaged. They are only snapped at the maximum possible contract offers, because they were previously provided with full-time contracts.
This leads to chaos and unrealistic behaviour. For example, if a club loses its manager, it may not make a new commitment to that position beyond the current season.
Impact range:
- This effects currently all U23 teams in 4th tier in Germany ( 18x ).
- As well as a range of possible future promoted teams in 5th tier ( >20x )
Nominal state:
Even as U23, these teams should be able to give full time contracts (if parent club is able to do it).
A U23 team should be able to award the same contracts as the parent club, because they are administered by the parent club.
Giving the U23 teams the status of a professional team has otherwise caused problems with transfers and compliance with the age limitations in the past and is therefore not an option.
If a savegame for investigation is needed please let me know.  Since this is a reproducible general behavior, I did not consider it necessary.
Edited by GameCrasher

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