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About Daesh

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  1. Squad size limits have always been needed
  2. 1. Allow "no recall" loans to be negotiated. 2. Allow for time specific loans to be negotiated. 3. Speed up the unhappiness for players being loaned out. 4. Allows managers to specify "no cup games" to prevent players being cup tied.
  3. Player concerns - this has had a small but positive impact on the game but it just hasn't gone far enough. a. It takes far too long to reach level 5 b. Clubs and managers aren't penalised for having a player who has 1-4 unhappiness. c. It hasn't significantly stopped player hogging d. Managers can work around it. Its time to overhaul it but retain the same premise. a. Speed the process up. b. No player who is unhappy should sign a new contract (stands to reason). If a players contract expires at the end of a season and he is at level 1 or higher, the player will leave for free. c. A player on level 5 will 100% demand a transfer so the logical conclusion is that a player on level 1 should have a 20% chance of demanding a transfer at those points in a season when unhappiness is scored. And therefore a player is on level 4 has an 80% chance. in most game worlds, the transfer market has stagnated - this will help unclog the market and make the game much more enjoyable. And challenging!
  4. So a manager in one of my game worlds has been running at double figure debt throughout the season but has been bailed out by a £40 million chairman inject. Not acceptable really. Budgets are about looking forward, not spending with the expectation that they can be clawed back at the end of the season. Chairman sales a must
  5. Bye Seriously, stop whinging. The game is horribly biased towards player hogging, even to the extent that clubs can just run up huge debts and hope that the chairman "injects" funds. The game is supposed to be challenging. Chairman involvement enhances game play and increases the challenge
  6. If SM suggest to research players, then SM ought to hide new players and not publish the list. Thus forcing managers to research
  7. And the silly thing is that the one thing that would improve SM beyond measure.......proper squad size limits......but they won't touch it
  8. Try coming back with sensible answers You are in a game which relies on a transfer market. How can you block someone from bidding for a player when you expect managers and computer controlled clubs to respond to your bids. Hypocrisy is the word You are to respond to bids. It's being polite
  9. Big fan of player unhappiness rules - I just lost Thomas Mueller but thats my own fault The process needs to be speeded up and reduce the levels of unhappiness down to 3 levels We still urgently need proper squad size limits of say 50 to 60 players
  10. been watching this for some months......too many clubs operate in the red and wait for the end of the season for a cash injection and / or sell a fringe player. Time to penalise them. As soon as a club drops into the red, the chairman should sell a player (whether the manager likes it or not) Could be the most valuable player or perhaps the player whose value matches the debt closest
  11. Most of the cheating happens because of player hogging. I never condone cheating but I can understand why people do it
  12. Just put the old interface back,even if just as an alternative. Please
  13. Thats disappointing behaviour. That manager has the right to make a bid....it's called negotiating. Ignoring bids shouldn't be tolerated. This is part of SM's problem: the transfer market just freezes up. The rules need to make the market vibrant. That might be random transfer requests, unsettled players moving more often but definitely unhappy players running down their contract and leaving for free
  14. Please return the old User Interface, even as an option. I use an iPad and an iPhone to play SM. The new user interface is just unplayable. It is slow, cumbersome and unwieldy. It takes too long to do anything. Return the old interface please and all will be well
  15. Good input. We must keep the pressure on to stop the reintroduction of "unavailable"