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andrew2scott2
posted: 2015-12-06 19:27:41 (ID: 100063929) Report Abuse
So let be sure I understand you.
After you offer a player the amount they ask for. On the player detail page.
You then have to negotiate a contract. That will be more than there normal contact base on there skill. If you have hr active.
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posted: 2015-12-06 19:32:51 (ID: 100063933) Report Abuse
I have no idea how you come to your conclusion. Again: you make him rethinking about his retirement wishes, pay the money he asked for, and he becomes a normal player.

Now:

A.) You have the HR Dep: the contract ends at the end of the season, as before. It is on you to negotiate for the next season.

B.) You don't have the HR...at next season rollover he gets a recalculated wage based on his skills.

There is no change on that part...
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andrew2scott2
posted: 2015-12-06 20:05:26 (ID: 100063936) Report Abuse
Answered the question about the process.

But not about the wage.

Once you talk a player out of retirement.by paying the 2m to 10m

Is weekly wage more than what stated by the manual.
Where 50 skilled player would would make 502000 a week.

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posted: 2015-12-06 20:23:12 (ID: 100063938) Report Abuse
andrew2scott2 wrote:
Is weekly wage more than what stated by the manual.

Why it should? I would have mentioned that
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andrew2scott2
posted: 2015-12-06 20:50:31 (ID: 100063939) Report Abuse
I am confused by other people's comments. I just wish for a answer.lol
Your comment not a simple answer.
But I understand you right.
The wage remains as is. For players that that you talk out of retirement

Last edited on 2015-12-06 20:54:28 by andrew2scott2

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posted: 2015-12-06 21:55:35 (ID: 100063941) Report Abuse
only one yoda there is
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notsch
posted: 2015-12-06 22:04:08 (ID: 100063943) Report Abuse
So, just to get a guess of how that choosing randomness works: How probable is it to get no request from any of your retiring players, when you have nine of them?


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posted: 2015-12-06 22:10:04 (ID: 100063946) Report Abuse
9 players for retire and you received NO SINGLE offer yesterday?

Don't play lottery...
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posted: 2015-12-06 22:12:09 (ID: 100063947) Report Abuse




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lynx13
posted: 2015-12-07 06:42:02 (ID: 100063957) Report Abuse
Does this feature only works for premium players who activate their HR dept?
I mean, if you don't have HR, then you can't negotiate players' salaries right?
And if you don't have premium, then you don't know which of your players will retire?
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