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 U23 league - why?
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islander1
15:49:16, 31.12.19

Just wondering. I don't see teams signing up to earn 1/3 the experience and then have their best player go RFA 4 years early...

thegreat8
18:37:25, 31.12.19

Player only goes to RFA if you leave him on the team as a 24 year old. U23 now gives you a chance to give players top line training and exp (III league levels), while being competitive with your main team.

muffty
11:48:41, 01.01.20

What happens to my U23 guys, if i play in 4th or 5 th league in germany?
does the U23 guys get then 3rd league EXP if i put them in a U23 team?

jetsdude|HA
15:52:37, 01.01.20

muffty 11:48:41, 01.01.20 What happens to my U23 guys, if i play in 4th or 5 th league in germany?
does the U23 guys get then 3rd league EXP if i put them in a U23 team?


Yes.

islander1
15:56:16, 02.01.20

I'm really not sure this is such a good idea. It's just going to benefit the rich teams who can rebuild on the fly with two concurrent high end teams at once.

These teams will never leave the top leagues as a result, making upward mobility nearly impossible for newer teams.

Good thinking!

thegreat8
23:19:40, 02.01.20

It's that way already. Top teams just buy established players. The only reason I rebuild is because it's exciting.. I could have stayed in I.1 as long as I wanted too. At least this way it introduces some more long term planning and strategy.

Keiris
00:55:03, 03.01.20

It says in the anouncement the experience will be around III league level.
Soo will it be better to train guys in the main team's III league or in the U23 team (experience wise)?
And what about friendlies? Will U23 teams be able to play against main teams? If not, what will the experience be for friendlies?
Also it says that the first two facilieties are shared. But what about Cheerleaders? Will there be no advantage of playing home games?

Anyway, I think this is a great idea. Can't wait for it. 2 thumbs up !!

Macos
03:26:34, 03.01.20

Keiris
But what about Cheerleaders?!


Just spoke with the boys on my main club. Sharing the cheerleaders is a straight up non-starter...

05:59:36, 03.01.20

just a feature. you put in extra work, you get rewarded. that's it.

this will be available to anyone.

islander1
21:58:24, 03.01.20

icko 05:59:36, 03.01.20 just a feature. you put in extra work, you get rewarded. that's it.

this will be available to anyone.


Available? Yes.

Useful? Fundamentally, how many teams could actually afford to rebuild a new team before selling off their current one?

That's not the way most managers can afford to work. They have to sell their senior team to finance their next rebuild. One of the biggest questions as a manager is deciding exactly when to sell off :) The ones who try to rebuild on the fly without being rich end up eventually failing and going broke.

Respectfully, all this does is help the top 4-5% of rich managers who can actually afford to build two teams concurrently. Any team with 3 billion dollars and a 'good' existing senior team can do this, and never leave their division. This will do nothing to help new players become more mobile as far as promotions.

This, along with the maximum money cap increase to 12 billion is going to unbalanced the playing field. Talent will cost more since the whales will have more money to spend. Once again, putting more value on the RNG gods of youth pull land - which is how many of these mega rich clubs got to be that way to start with.

Maybe there are new changes in your new version that will mitigate this - I have no idea. These changes alone don't look good for the newer players still joining.

In concept it's a nice idea, but in action now teams in I.1 leagues will never leave. At worst, they might drop 1 division.

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@thegreat8 true, you could but I don't believe it's a profitable endeavor. Eventually you'll run out of money unless the youth school RNG gods love you, since there is no market for low exp players anymore. Yeah, it's possible to tread water but generally speaking 26 year old talent costs more than 31 year old talent.

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mikeinportc
04:28:11, 06.01.20

My U23 in beta costs ~1M/day , fyi . Not that much .
So far, I don't see teams buying whole squads of top talent. Just giving young players more TOI.

islander1
05:10:00, 06.01.20

mikeinportc 04:28:11, 06.01.20 My U23 in beta costs ~1M/day , fyi . Not that much .
So far, I don't see teams buying whole squads of top talent. Just giving young players more TOI.



because there's no value in results in beta. You will see it here. Guaranteed.
No more dropping 3-4 divisions for the top 5% of wealthy teams. Just reload on the fly.

Especially in medium population countries. In USA for example, both my team this season, and jkburns (killer b's) made it to USA I.1 by age 23/24. Small chance of demoting one division down to II league. Actually, Burnsie promoted at age 22, and almost survived.


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