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Sojaa satya, tune jyada dimag laga lia :P
97 months ago



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by vijaypratap (spurs) 97 months ago


Guys please don't do this,poor teams like mine cant survive

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Satyasarthak (Shree) Bangalore # 21

And Yeah the most important point...budget...!!!!!

the team should always be given a budget.....for his transfers(buying)...salaries and also for upgrades...and he has to utilize that to the fullest....

Lets say my budget for transfers is 10M.....I should be not able to buy players more than that....and If I under utilize the budget...the next season my budget for transfers goes down....same goes with salaries construction etc.....
97 months ago
Rishav (Meerut muskateers) Hyderabad # 22
@Poisson
Keynesian system has its own issues, it relies too much on the central body governance. As Devs, it becomes a scaling issue, plus we don't want to be all controlling. I think Free market economics, with us "butting in" in fringe cases, is the way to go. 
97 months ago

Sojaa satya, tune jyada dimag laga lia :P
97 months ago
Rishav (Meerut muskateers) Hyderabad # 24
Satya, No quarter, great points so far. 

There are lot of things, newbies take time to learn and realize. Very few people start to think about the "long term" from the get go, they will try a few strategies , improve , fail , improve and get there. Major part of their education is going to come via participation here, learning and asking. 

Understand the whole concept behind "longevity, profits and sustaining" is not exactly simple and its hard to balance those decisions when you have promotion or a match you need to badly win in sight. 

One thing to note, we are an evolving free market, demand - supply is going to start to even out as the initial training cycles change and teams mature. It has in some ways started to even out for some things already. Edge cases where a player suddenly becomes high demand will always exist, no matter how much we control the economics. Somewhere someone will have a lot of money and he will shell it out if he wants a particular player really bad. 
97 months ago
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Sir Kashyap (Army Ants) Hyderabad # 25
@noquarter: I'm glad you think the same way abt the RP :)
The prices of good players right now are what we've expected them to be always. Rule of the thumb, if you could buy one of the best players in the game for a cost equal to 30% of your seasonal ticket sales, there is absolutely nothing wrong with the price. 

The RP will be adjusted to fit the market trends soon, tbh right now it's biggest use has been to regulate the market a bit with the FPC...not the most ideal way of dealing with things I know.

'Inflation' is generally with the mediocre-avg young players, mainly due to lack of supply to meet the demand. 

Regarding new teams making too much ticket money,
The assumption was, the money they make initially would enable them to upgrade training facilities and buy some trainees. Clearly some of them have different priorities... :)
worst case, we force them to upgrade facilities before they can bid in excess of 1M...bit of a draconian rule hehe
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