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andrew2scott2
posted: 2015-12-05 18:12:14 (ID: 100063859) Report Abuse
I was under the impression. That you could offer only 2 contract to any retire. But if your offer was decline. That was it.

OH well it still a step forward. Good job

Last edited on 2015-12-05 18:12:32 by andrew2scott2

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posted: 2015-12-05 18:26:10 (ID: 100063860) Report Abuse
If you could chose the whole retirement system would be quite useless, this was the reason it is as it is. Requests for changes will become refused
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notsch
posted: 2015-12-05 19:09:53 (ID: 100063864) Report Abuse
I didnĀ“t receive a mail...so that does mean that none of my 9 retiring players wanna stay one more year, right?
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Meitheisman
posted: 2015-12-05 20:27:11 (ID: 100063870) Report Abuse
This is an awesome addition Pete, thanks for taking on suggestions and making RZA even better than it already is, excellent work my friend
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jmehnert86
posted: 2015-12-05 20:35:12 (ID: 100063873) Report Abuse
Solana_Steve wrote:
I have an offer from a 32 yo. Wonder if it's true for all ages...


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I know Pete already answered it, but I can confirm for 35yo. His base wage is 58,000 and he is asking 2 million.

Note: this is going to effect my habit of ramping players up to 50 in skills if they are known to be retiring, which is probably a good thing.
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posted: 2015-12-05 23:28:30 (ID: 100063883) Report Abuse
So do all the offers come out at once (on this particular week) or is it a rolling thing?

Wonder if a player get extend more than once?


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Toni Gorilla
posted: 2015-12-06 01:10:46 (ID: 100063887) Report Abuse
So does that mean we could increase chances of top "old players" offering to extend their contracts if we beforehand fire the not-so-good ones?
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Gambler75
posted: 2015-12-06 02:33:31 (ID: 100063890) Report Abuse
I have one asking for $5M. I assume that's a flat payment to simply not retire - then one has to separately negotiate salary afterwards?

Is there any way to see a ballpark of what they're going to ask for, before giving them that big chunk of cash?
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jmehnert86
posted: 2015-12-06 03:19:26 (ID: 100063892) Report Abuse
Toni Gorilla wrote:
So does that mean we could increase chances of top "old players" offering to extend their contracts if we beforehand fire the not-so-good ones?


If I had to guess, this is probably only true above a certain threshhold. Find the percent chance of such a contract being offered and that threshhold can be determined.
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jmehnert86
posted: 2015-12-06 03:20:11 (ID: 100063893) Report Abuse
Gambler75 wrote:
I have one asking for $5M. I assume that's a flat payment to simply not retire - then one has to separately negotiate salary afterwards?


Yes.
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