Recent Posts by Will Cornell

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February 18, 2019 01:30

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Yeah it would be planning forced transfers, and just kind of weeding out players I may have the budget for, but don’t really want because they’re expensive as is.


February 15, 2019 23:49

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Maybe adding a scout’s ability to search for estimated value.

Greater than x
Less than x
Between x and x

Estimated value is a value we can all see on every player already, so it would be a valuable tool for scouts to weed out players that would be out of the budgets of lower level teams. Like mine haha


February 12, 2019 03:08

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This is a great idea.


February 11, 2019 22:21

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“This player needs to play for a team in the top 3 countries.”

There are elite players in more than just 3 countries in real life. There’s 7-8 top tier leagues. I really really hate that in order to be the best you have to be either Spain, Brazil or Portugal. So managers go there, and the other leagues remain empty, and underdeveloped.

I suggest increasing this requirement to the top 7-8, at LEAST.

I get that low leagues won’t develop top tier talent, but getting your country into the top 3 is actually impossible. Giving them a chance to get into the 7th or 8th spot is at least possible, and would create competition.

If the game were much much larger then top 3 would work better, but right now, it’s 3 massive leagues and then 1 or 2 managers in the rest.


November 29, 2018 21:17

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This might be the single greatest improvement that can be made.


November 12, 2018 07:25

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Ohhhhhhhhh. Well that’s a game changer. Thanks!


November 11, 2018 10:06

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So, if a player"can still benefit form training" does that mean there’s literally no point playing him in matches? Do matches provide any kind of help to improving players? Or is it just, let him train, wait, find out he needs to play abroad, loan him out etc etc


November 10, 2018 02:09

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Is there a list of things that are being worked on, or a list of improvements that may or may not becoming soonish?


October 13, 2018 02:05

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I can’t even…


September 05, 2018 21:32

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It’s lonely. Need some competition! Come make France great again!

<3 Will

É solitário. Precisa de alguma competição! Venha fazer a França grande novamente!

<3 Will


September 04, 2018 22:14

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So each season the importance of each skill changes a bit?


September 04, 2018 22:12

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“I’m not sure how this player can improve.”

Does that mean he won’t improve until I discover what needs to be done to improve him? Or just keep playing him and hope something happens?


September 04, 2018 20:25

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I feel like if a player makes the world team of the year they should automatically be promoted to “World Class”, as far a their class goes. Seems…odd to have Class A players on the best team possible.


August 29, 2018 03:51

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Ahhhh, cool. Thanks!


August 28, 2018 22:02

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So turn 1 of the new season the transfer market will essentially be loaded with players, rather than the free transfer market?


August 17, 2018 05:04

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There’s a handful of English spelling errors. Is that something you’d like reported? I can start a list if need be.


August 17, 2018 04:18

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I think the solution is make it “Play matches for a an A or B class team.” Other wise you just lump every team in a particular country into being not good enough to develop players.

Playing for a first placed team is not the same as playing for a last placed team. Painting an entire country with a wide brush I think is a bad idea.

If it was “they must play for a higher class of team” then it would make sense to loan them out for a bit, and then when your team improves to a or b or c then you get rewarded with players that improve more often.

Likee a simple reward system. And an easy way to get players loaned out to many more teams and leagues. And might actually encourage managers to play in other countries.

Not trying to exaggerate, just trying to stimulate the conversation, and maybe the competition.


August 17, 2018 02:00

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Something should enable a manager to not have to loan out 8-10 players every season to to develop them a bit. It’s insane. A class players in real life don’t do a quick stint at Real Madrid on loan and then return to their club as World Class. It’s unreasonable.

It’s frustrating that the top clubs have a monopoly on not having to loan out half their squad. Then on top of that they get fully developed players. If anything higher classes of clubs tend to loan out prospects to lower level teams so they get playing time. Not the other way around. It’s completely backwards.

Half the fun of the old game was being able to pick up a team in any league and work hard at developing, subbing, winning matches and ultimately making it a world class club. That’s how the game grew.

As it stands right now you MUST play in the top 3 leagues or you’re just playing “Loan Simulator 2018.” Your team wins its league national cup. Rinse, repeat. That’s not how to get excited about a game.


August 16, 2018 22:35

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“This player needs to play for a team in the top 3 countries or in a country that is at least 3 positions above his home country.”

So pretty much if you WANT to play in a nation outside the top 3 you’re condemned to being bad, always. This “Next Step” pops up all too often and basically turns the game into “Loan Manager” where the leagues with the most managers stay superior at all times unless you’re willing to loan out your players who have stopped progressing.

I’m probably in the minority, since most people in Fast Ticker play in either Brazilian, Spanish, Portuguese, Argentinian or Belgian leagues and they’re quite happy to keep dominating.

No other league will ever be top 5 without half a dozen good managers moving to a different, lower nation.

As a manager in France in Fast Ticker my options are:

1. Loan out my good players to higher leagues and get ultra bored managing loaned players (not realistic)
2. Don’t loan them to higher leagues and watch them never grow and therefore I fail early in international cups
3. Get forced to resign and hire on at a team in the top 3/4 leagues

No one wants to play different leagues because of “This player needs to play for a team in the top 3 countries or in a country that is at least 3 positions above his home country.”

I think the “Next Step”s (almost all of them other than “Benefits from Training” and “Needs to play offical matches” and “needs to play cup matches”) are pointless, restrictive, unrealistic and basically ruin any chance of a giant killer. Ever. And the giant leagues need some competition.


June 30, 2018 19:27

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Need a defender. Any position, 29 year old or younger.

Paying up to $250M

Message me in game.


May 02, 2018 21:58

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First off: I’m a moron.

Secondly: Thanks for listening!


May 01, 2018 20:11

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The unrealistic nature of not being able to train (or pay a few rubies) to add a new position to a player is becoming increasingly frustrating. If it requires a certain amount of matches, or whatever it may be, I’ve had some players in their “unnatural” positions for years. I feel like by now they’d be comfortable in their new role and make it their primary and preferred position.

Being able to change a players side (LC to C – RC to C – L to LC) would vastly improve the transfer market too. People would be willing to SPEND some of the money they seem to horde since they know w player might soon be useful ion a new role, rather than being saddled with an LC when they really need an L or a C.

I don’t think moving a player from an L to an R is a good idea, as this is kind of a major change to their playstyle, even in real life.


LC -> L
LC -> C

Those would make sense.

Could even make C players be able to go LC or RC, but note on their profile they are originally C players, and therefore cannot be changed to L or R after they have been trained in LC or RC. Same with LC or RC who have been changed to C; they’d be unable to go LC -> C and then over to RC.

Give players sides (L or R) and let them train (or pay) or play a certain number of matches in a C LC/RC or L/R role so they can be 100% proficient in their new position.

Just getting a bit frustrated with buying or training up players who refuse to play a couple yards outside their comfort zone after years of training.


February 24, 2018 14:36

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While I love sending scouts out to find players with specific numerical attributes, I should be able to send a scout to scout out a specific player by name. This obviously happens regularly in the real world. You could make it that scouting specific players is more dependent on when that player actually plays in a match. So, the higher the scouting investment then the fewer matches it would take for a scout to return with a report.

Would significantly reduce managers just guessing on players they found by looking into the transfer market and ending up with a complete dud. Would also encourage/reward managers to find players and spend time in the transfer lists rather than just sending out scouts and letting the game basically play itself.


December 07, 2017 02:22

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But I mean, there’s got to be a limit on the level of crazy.


December 05, 2017 14:08

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That’s probably advisable. No drop in stats should result in at least a contract of equal value.


December 04, 2017 19:53

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Bumping, because this needs to happen.


December 04, 2017 19:48

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While I understand the need for a good negotiation team through the investments system, no matter how BAD a negotiating team I have they’d probably never suggest a weekly wage of two hundred bucks. A bit unrealistic. Definitely needs tweaking.

Current wage: $7,351
Suggested wage: $198

I’d fire that negotiator immediately.


May 01, 2013 23:44

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“they r shite.” – davison

figured i’d beat him to it.


April 29, 2013 19:24

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I think it was a youth tournament in SS days yeah, but I don’t really want to go through dozens of results every tick to make sure everyone is <21. 8 people so far…might just get it started and see if it grows over the years! I’ll be back with details.


April 29, 2013 03:16

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I used to run “friendly” tournaments back in the SoccerSim days. Pretty simple. I make fixtures, you arrange them, play them, and the tournament advances. I make more fixtures etc, until a champion is crowned! Pretty much just for fun, but bragging rights are always sweet, and it adds some depth to your friendlies!

Post in this thread if you’re interested, or if you think it’s a good idea, and if enough people are interested I’ll start up an official tournament thread with a link to the Tourney website (where fixtures, groups, results, top scorers etc will be posted and updated)