Lower League Tactics

by Mark, Jan 17, 2021

Nikko said: I don't think that improving the training facilities would give you any significant benefits but I haven't played much in the lower leagues and I have no idea what benefits you get from becoming professional... could you enlighten me?

You are right about training facilities. The benefit is marginal, but I like to think I am improving the quality of the team I am managing, instead of just winning trophies.

About professional status, it allows players to train every day instead of just two days a week. It also allows to train three sessions in a day, instead of only two. Other benefits include longer contracts, more sponsorship and better reputation, which can atteact better players. On the other hand, the wages become more expensive.

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Prutton said: About professional status, it allows players to train every day instead of just two days a week. It also allows to train three sessions in a day, instead of only two. Other benefits include longer contracts, more sponsorship and better reputation, which can atteact better players. On the other hand, the wages become more expensive.

Then getting professional status looks like the best choice to me

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Nikko said: Then getting professional status looks like the best choice to me

Except that it costs like 1 million euros. The problem of being the worst team in the worst league is that no good players or staff want to move to your team. It doesn't matter if you have millions if your team has no reputation.

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I always try and work towards being a professional club but dont really expect it until I make the top of League 2

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