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about the: 17 Mar 2009 Inflation issue

Post by javanbakht » Wed Mar 18, 2009 1:44 pm

Surely, all the managers has received the latest announcement on 17th March, regarding the increasing the wages and every other charges for the next season. I totally disagree with this new decision as I cant understand why the Soccerproject programmers always keep making this game more difficult for the managers??!!!?
It does not make any result but dropping dawn the number of managers who love this game but suffering from the unreasonable decisions by the Soccerproject’s ptogrammer.

Please write your idea and opinion here to protest against it, here.


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Re: about the: 17 Mar 2009 Inflation issue

Post by saman13 » Wed Mar 18, 2009 6:14 pm

hi javanbakht,nice to see u here man ;)
yeah i think like u , around few months ago number of managers was 40000 but NOW ....
i think for the new managers the game must be easier and after they first steps programmers can take hard to them :wink:
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Re: about the: 17 Mar 2009 Inflation issue

Post by Justin » Wed Mar 18, 2009 9:41 pm

I'm totally agree.
Why they keep increasing the wage for players and staffs to unacceptable numbers. We "new manager" have to pay for many things but there is no sources to increase our income.
Salary and cost for staff courses increased like 10 times compare to the past.
In the mean time, there is no advertising boards to sign.

No wonder why 44000 came down to 19000 managers, mostly long-time played manager in 19000 left.


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Re: about the: 17 Mar 2009 Inflation issue

Post by pehari » Fri Mar 20, 2009 6:47 pm

I'm not a new manager but I agree with the others who think the costs are too high.
Now I've got to take a loan to pay for all my expenses.
The costs for personel is too expensive.
This was not a problem, there are other problems to solve.
There should better be a solution for merchandising boards,
I've only got 7 but I can put 30 boards.

The game isn't improving this way.


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Re: about the: 17 Mar 2009 Inflation issue

Post by jamiehutber » Fri May 08, 2009 4:37 pm

lol boring... You guys obviously don't understand the problems with inflation in a game. But fair play your upset that you can't make enough money so you blame the management. If fact this game is slightly easy for managers in H or G it gets harder the higher you go you know :wink:
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Re: about the: 17 Mar 2009 Inflation issue

Post by PaToM » Sun May 10, 2009 7:14 pm

Remember: "The SP is a GAME :!: "
Do you know what is the purpose of games primarily in general? Of course, to entertain people and not make them bored... When your budget still decreases, you get bored with it, because you can't buy anything - you CAN'T buy players, you CAN'T improve your youth center, you CAN'T increase the number of seats at your stadium...
This is my opinion. This GAME should serve as something that will dulcify your free-time. You should relax while playing this game and not get angry about that it can take about 7 seasons till you can increase the number of seats at your stadium, for example.
So, don't say anything about infation on SP, there is no real economic on SP, don't worry about some economic crisis or decreasing the value of players and other stuff.
The only thing I would like to do when I log in to SP is: to sit, relax and PLAY SoccerProject 8)
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Re: about the: 17 Mar 2009 Inflation issue

Post by Razvanica » Sun May 10, 2009 10:51 pm

PaToM wrote:Remember: "The SP is a GAME :!: "
And, like any game, some people know how to play it and enjoy themselves and other people don't know how to play it and complain about the rules.
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Re: about the: 17 Mar 2009 Inflation issue

Post by Notwell » Mon May 11, 2009 8:45 am

I don't think the changes is a big deal at all. They are rather small steps, and it is equal for all. If fighting the inflation works, it would mean smaller expenses reflected in transfer market fees. The losers would be teams who have their cash tied up in squad (hardly the newbees) and managers who do trading well.

But I don't think this effect will be huge as the changes are small.


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