No useing AI for setting objectives isnt stupid and unfair. Its about life and random. There arent such a great differences among teams from same divisions.Paul_G wrote:I disagree with the board settings. Objectives set by AI would almost certainly not match with the abilities of the team in many cases. It would get stupid and unfair.
I think you should set them yourself. Just make it so that harder objectives give you more reward if you meet them.
So if you're in E, and you set your objective to 'Don't get relegated', then you'd get 25k. But if you set it to win the division, then you might get 500k. The price values change according to what division you're in.
I would also add that teams that have just gotten relegated should NOT have the opportunity to set objectives during their first season in the lower league, to prevent people from exploiting this rule.
In general I think it's a great idea!
Its not funny to set objectives by yourself. At first you do it anyway during whole your manager career (and SPFA members can write that into their press anoncements). But mainly its really boring after. You want to minimize a chance to failed, to have everything under control with possibility to choose...but (at least in my opinion) the point is that not everybody can succeed - like in a real life.
And money for this? = higher inflation, nothing more.