My chairman just transferred my starting GK because of player concerns... At one time, I had two GK, but sold one off to elevate the "unhappy" keeper to starter. He started the final 20+ games of the season but still could not bring his concern down (instead it went up and he demanded a transfer). I now have just one GK on my squad - and he is far inferior to the keeper who was sold. Why was he able to be sold and leave just one keeper on my squad? Any other time, I have been unable to buy/sell a keeper if it would leave either sqaud with just one keeper. This doesn't seem right, since I sold a "starter" to make room for the keeper and adress his concerns of playing time and he still ended up leaving and now i have an inferior option with just one keeper on my squad.