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Old 22-02-2011, 15:18   #1
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Add difficulty levels in financial management (ML)

In the current ML financial environment, it seems the only way to avoid bankruptcy is to sell your star players before they ask for a big wage, and constantly invest in yongsters. Some fans love it, including myself to some extent, mostly for the fun in discovering talent and sweating for the budget. But some fans hate it too. Admittably, managing finance in this way never results in a dream team, and it's a real shame not to have several loyal players play for your team for 10 years and become a legend.

Given that the fans are so divided on this issue, why not introduce different difficulty levels in finance? Technically, it's straightforwardly feasible-just give more lucrative sponsorship in the easier mode...


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Old 22-02-2011, 16:41   #2
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In the current ML financial environment, it seems the only way to avoid bankruptcy is to sell your star players before they ask for a big wage, and constantly invest in yongsters. Some fans love it, including myself to some extent, mostly for the fun in discovering talent and sweating for the budget. But some fans hate it too. Admittably, managing finance in this way never results in a dream team, and it's a real shame not to have several loyal players play for your team for 10 years and become a legend.

Given that the fans are so divided on this issue, why not introduce different difficulty levels in finance? Technically, it's straightforwardly feasible-just give more lucrative sponsorship in the easier mode...
I think if you do it in the right way, by developing younger players and selling them for big profits then you end up with money in the bank and it allows you to buy the big names.
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Old 26-02-2011, 17:40   #3
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the whole financial system is a sham they havent thought it through, there should be more indepth financial systems implemented, i tried to sign aguero his demands were 93 million for transfer and 29 million for wages, what a joke the most anyone is paid in wages is around 15 million a year? i could be wrong but seriously they act like were the qatari family
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