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Come on then who’s blown their cash too soon?
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June 27, 2020 - 1:53 pm
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A lot of players on this weeks auction went for massive prices, for all of you now in the red I’m willing to buy the players you don’t want to help out your bank balance lol

Hannahs elite 518 lg1
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June 27, 2020 - 1:56 pm
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I never had much, to spend lol

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June 27, 2020 - 2:02 pm
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There are a lot of extra players on the League 3 auction list for this turn. I will try and do the same for the next few turns to hopefully calm the market down a little.

There are quite a few new Managers joined League 3 for the new season so obviously they are desperate to find players that will improve their teams.

I would just point out that a winning bid may be double that of the 2nd placed bid or it may be just a fraction so that is a judgement call to make for managers. PCs site will help as to previous auction winning bids, it's a valuable resource and everyone should use it.

Secondly... be wary about bidding for highly rated old players. They may be highly rated but look at their wage demands as you will have to pay that for the duration of the contract which may lead to you losing money every turn.

Thirdly... loaning players is a 'quick fix' but it's expensive. The player may add something to your team but you won't benefit from that in the long term, the club loaning him to you will . You will pay a fee and pay the players wages for the duration of the loan.

Summit is basically a building game. If you get upset because you didn't get promoted in your first season then it's probably not for you.

It's about developing youth talent to get better every season, about using the transfer market wisely, and the auction market, about recognising that there are hidden attributes within the game that influence match results ie don't pick the same team every game if you're on a losing streak, change something.. it isn't just about ratings and don't change tactics too often from one game to another.

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June 27, 2020 - 10:34 pm
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Any measure to cool the market down a bit is good. The shame of it is that a new manager will splash all of their cash and get a bit disillusioned when he/she realises they have spent too much and only built a quarter of a team. They may then quit playing and those high bids have effectively blocked others from adding to their squad.
But hey, everyone is free to do and spend as they wish!

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Yes you're right Darren of course.

But it's an auction, I can't put a maximum bid on it or everyone would just bid the maximum.

Hopefully that new Manager will get to grips with the game sooner rather than later which is why I made a rather long post before your reply which I hope they will find helpful

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June 27, 2020 - 10:54 pm
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I absolutely agree. That's just the way it works. I've decided not to go mad and I'm going to sit it out and build up my cash until prices fall.
I'll still put in a few token bids just in case.

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Thirdly... loaning players is a 'quick fix' but it's expensive. The player may add something to your team but you won't benefit from that in the long term, the club loaning him to you will . You will pay a fee and pay the players wages for the duration of the loan.

I agree with all Steve said apart this the loaning if players if you generally loan players at the start of season the wages are way what they should be after season end boost and league3 is great example of loaning players is great a deal both managers.
You can loan a decent player say rated around 20 value 4m wages should be around 20k but most probably will be around 10k but then to buy a player of the auction at the minute will cost in the region 6-8m when in a few turns the prices will drop to 3-4m saving you 3-4m while only spending around 80-100k on a loan so to me loaning can benefit both clubs.

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Yup, I agree Colin. Even further on in the season. I have built most of my promotions on loaning players I could not afford to buy. It allows me to coach lesser rated players and/or focus on youngsters. Absolutely aware those players will improve and go back to the parent club but without them I would have to fill the team with oldies on high wages and bin them off each season.

Deffo a system to use in the lower divisions!

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June 28, 2020 - 9:05 am
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Very good point about loan deals being very good value at the start of the season. I have a couple of players that arrived back to me at Silversprings this week that are well under paid due to the end of Season boost.

With auction prices so high Vale Park are extremely reliant on the loan system for now. I can't spend the money without blowing it.

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June 28, 2020 - 1:30 pm
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Chance’d be a fine thing! Trying to spend money but coming up empty handed. Even when I place what I think are daring high bids, they’re always several million too low!
I’m determined not to pay over the odds and be sensible but it’s frustrating.

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Yes all good points about the loan system particularly at the start of the season when wages may not be aligned with the value. I hadn't thought about that.

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