Posts by domac101

    I'm not sure if you're joking or what...30 experience in 2 years?

    Average experience growth per season is about +-15, considering there is a 2 year difference, they are almost the same..Ability wise Cesar would be worse but I personally favour a different ability distribution so I don't think having 5 ability more is necessarily a better thing..

    I don't want to continue the discussion any further because I don't want to reveal too much information..Managers with strong analitical skills figure those things out themselves over time and I'm sorry for those who don't..

    Edit: just to point out - all coments above and on the deutsch topic are my opinion, not the ultimate truth and I might be wrong.

    I'd like to put everything to rest because there is no need to make a big thing out of it.


    In my opinion, still a better prospect than Baumer, if all the right moves are made...But doesn't matter, I have no problem with that sale...

    I decided to completely change the strategy of my second team so Cesar is not that needed anymore. Even though I won't reduce the price because I don't need to sell him at any cost.

    Maybe he doesn't look as attractive, but he wasn't raised improperly to look better than he is..I've had players worse than Cesar that became pretty good 2nd league players...So I agree, the price not high enough and I'm not making any profit on him...

    I'll open the thread for Bundesliga/Premier league managers in case more international players break in..

    About my own experience - this is my 2nd visit but I guess the same as the 1st one, I'm not ready to really compete so I have to try some things out...

    But I'm more motivated than ever to reach the necessary level and compete with the legends of the game...beware:evil:

    It's definitely easier for me to write and make a point in english. I hope even German managers visit these threads, like I visit the deutsch section...

    But it wasn't that fun because I was the only one...I'll try from now on and maybe more managers will come...

    on topic - congrats to Sebert once again, good job. :thumbup:

    If you want, we can revisit this topic in 4-8 seasons ;)

    Not a bad player, just don't believe he's worth it...If some things were a little different then definitely...Like you said, times have changed a little, the competition is deeper..

    I guess I disagree with both of you, based on my own experience with such players...Doesn't matter anyway, Habula's problem now :D

    On the other hand, with such strategy I doubt he'll ever stay in 2nd League for 2-3 seasons in a row...

    Tired of translating to deutsch so I'll just write my comments here in english.

    Didn't mean to insult anyone or something like that...Maybe I am a little bitter because of low selling price of Javor, even though I know why he is a somewhat deficient player (for Bundesliga teams)...Honestly, I expected a price between 57 and 62 k at most...Good job for Sebert :thumbup:

    My other comments were about "players who will never learn" and I stand by it...Even after so many seasons, some guys still make the same mistakes while buying players..No real plan or strategy..I guess the game needs many different players, even guys like that but that makes it a little less competitive than it could be..

    I just can't understand how someone is willing to pay 60-70k or more for a developing player that is already doomed at the age of 16-19..Even after seasons and seasons of careful development, with quite high costs, there isn't a guarantee that you'll get a real Bundesliga player, I'd say quite the opposite, there is a quarantee that most players won't be good enough because some mistakes (or was it intentional) were made in the development before that (main reason of the sale)..

    I could understand if there was a strategy of team reconstruction with some young guns coming out of your own "incubator" so you buy someone in between to get a better age ratio of the team, more balance for the future but usually it's not the reason.

    Are some managers still experimenting or just lack a deeper understanding of the game, I don't know, but I see too many "mistake buys" while there are better options on the market..

    But like I said earlier too, we're all free to do as we please so all of this is just my "two cents", my opinion that is not important..

    I wish you all the best, to enjoy the game as much as I do..

    Wenn man Mitt- und Enddreißiger von Bundesligisten kauft, ist das für einen vergleichbaren Preis ein wesentlich schlechteres Geschäft.

    Was genau ist das Ziel Deines Beitrags? Leute belehren, die Du schon als unbelehrbar abgestempelt hast? Oder nur anderen das Geschäft nicht zu gönnen?

    Ich sage nur, dass manche Leute immer wieder den gleichen Fehler machen ...

    Vielleicht haben sie andere Ziele und denken gar nicht daran, in die Bundesliga zu kommen ...

    So oder so, sie können ihr Geld beliebig ausgeben ...

    Aber es wäre schade, wenn jemand Interesse an dem Spiel verloren, weil es,

    und ich glaube nicht, dass es zu schwer ist, ein paar Dinge zu lernen und in Zukunft bessere Entscheidungen zu treffen.

    Baum ist ein ziemlich guter Spieler,

    bitte jemand kaufen und gib mir die Chance, den 1. Platz in der Liga zu erreichen :D

    10% Provision ist normal;)

    Wir müssen abwarten und sehen ...

    Einige von uns sind auf dieser Ebene neu, daher wird von uns erwartet, dass wir sie als Training und Entwicklung nutzen werden.

    Aber es gibt einige gute Manager, die bald aufstehen werden ...

    Um nur einige zu nennen: Lippstadt, Portwein, Rogi, Clemz0r, Sebert, Holger, Raldag, HerrWittler ...