You need to get to 3501 points mate. I?d guess you?ve got about 3050 at the moment. If you realease a couple of players, and sell a few with low potential, whilst buying a few with high potential, you?ll have better staff in no time. Anyway, I?ve wrote down a few thoughts
Tiverton town (24 players) ? 8 too many
Jones Jales ? sell
Madou Rahbi ? sell
Rayyan Gettge ? decentish (not good enough)
Tauseen Rege ? Sell
Lamberto Ragno ? potential, train up, play regular
Carlo Ricciardo ? first out the door
Teppo Erikkoinen ? sell
Mohit Nogornaik ? sell
Flavio Dilluca ? keep for now ? you need 16 players or you?ll get sacked (ignore the board warnings). So they can?t all leave yet
Avenir Ivanov ? Release
Tullip Traci ? renew conract, minimum 3 years (or sell)
Battista Bellini ? renew contract ? Mediocre- but keep for now. Try and get 5 year contract now, train up, and sell on in 2 or 3 seasons
Nicolo Dimuzzio ? needs 3 year contract ? his high overall rating and continuing training potential will help push up your overall squad rating
Rossano Gallioto ? release
Fabrizio Sciallio ? sell
Fabio Farra ? sell/release
Beppe Nobiella ? His lowest fixed attribute ?FA? (apart from loyalty) is aggression ?71?. Young, great potential. Keep him, he?ll train quickly, and push up overall squad rating
Fabio Sciarrilo ? poor, but keep, train, need 16 players. Renew the contract. Long contracts, generally keep wages down.Higher rated (trained) players want considerably more money
Lorenzo Moirella ? young, potential, lowest FA ? adaptibilty 68. Needs long contract, and trained up to the 70?s.
Abishek Deshpande ? very nice. Kind of player you could sell for 10-15m. But, keep him, his lowest FA is 85, and he?ll train up to an overall rating of around 77-80 with coaches that can be acquired when your club rating is at, or over 4501. With a high squad rating you?ll reach this very easily.
Everisto Sciallio ? Keep and train. As a hole player, his value will be higher than most othe players. This is ideal as high value players add massively to your squad value, which again boosts squad rating.
Nicodemo Delpiano ? try and get a 2 year contract , or sell
Fabiano Nave ? release
Bradley England poor, but keep
8 can leave straight away.Try and sell the oldest ones, before they retire, because money is king in this game, and it?s relatively difficult to get. You can only sell 2 at a time, so selling 8 would take half a season. Release the worst four, cut the time in half, and your squad rating improves, leading to a higher club rating and higher attendances. Train all the players as quick as possible, as this also improves the squad rating, which again improves the club rating. And , buy a few older players (minimum of 4 year contract), high FA?s, to further improve the overall squad rating. Obviously, it?s a short term measure which I think only works up to a point. But money being king means it?s a necessity to do reasonably well in all the cups, and the money also helps club rating.
Originally posted by KevinHann_2nd
I can honestly say the most major misconception about building a club from the ground is "I have a squad good enough for the lower divisions". It just doesn't work like that. Buying mid quality players will get you acceptable results in poor local competition but also locks valuable funds in assets that actually limit your rating instead of pushing it up. And you suffer in the cups.
I would always choose a heavy investment in a top quality goalkeeper or striker instead of buying two mid-range players for the same combined price (which seems to be about the going rate currently). Grab a top, top keeper and striker and build from there. Most clubs are able to generate the funds needed to do this from their starting point through selling high quality assets in other positions. If you don't have the means to generate those funds you were really unlucky with your starting point or you simply spent them on something else and found your potential handicapped down the line.
Just my opinion