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How To Keep Team Leaders Happy

Football Manager 2018 Walkthrough and Guide by warrior13
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How To Keep Team Leaders Happy

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More than ever before in the Football Manager Series, it is incredibly important to keep the Team Leaders and the Highly Influential Players happy on your given Football Club in Football Manager 2018. If you're looking to do this very thing in order to keep your locker room peaceful and focused, the Best to do so is to give your players the appropriate playing time based upon their status on the team. This might seem like a no-brainer for more seasoned veterans of the Football Manager Series since most sports games correlate Player happiness to the playing time they receive, but a number of new fans might not be fully aware of this at the beginning of the game (especially when considering it's a simulation system).

Key Players, such as Team Leaders, expect to be playing in every single game, and because of this, it would be a good thing to do so in order to keep their moral up. Not only that, but they also expect to play loads of minutes in each and every match you have. When it comes to Rotation Players, they really only need to play every couple of games to stay happy. Furthermore, paying your players more based upon the status they have on your team and how much playing time they are receiving is also key in keeping everyone at peace in your locker room. Removing players labeled as Bad Eggs from your team will also help boost other players' morale.

When in doubt, you can't go wrong with siding with the most influential Players you have on your club. However, there are a few cases where going against the leaders on your team can actually benefit your club in the long run. This many cause initial unrest within your locker room and among your squad, but it could see the quality of your team improve as time passes. One example of this is selling one of your Team Leaders whose abilities are beginning to lack, replacing him someone on the Transfer market that, in the simplest of terms, has greater skills and is a better fit for your club.

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