It is certainly an enjoyable run - the Union is a strong team that directly counters my playstyle, so while we will fight until the last drop, it is a tough matchup.
That said, my team was built to win in the next 3-4 seasons, all key players are signed long-term, and I am impressed with their play (and balls) this year. The offence has been dominant throughout the entire season. If we fall here, I will still consider it a success.
Oohhhhhhhh. Well this is awkward. We are also planning to win in the next 3-4 seasons.
Of course we first need to figure out what those balls are that you speak of.
You both can rest easy, for the 'Cats are built to win *for* the next 3-4 seasons.
Erzac - how do you continue to bait my team into penalties. I remember our GHL/SHL playoff series from Biscuit where I took 50 more PIMs in a 3-game series. Now in Cage over 4 games the PIMs are 44-20. Something about the Stray Cats send the Leopards into a rage.
Simply a territorial dispute - Leopards can't handle Stray Cats wandering into their zone.
To add to this as the other team in the second trade - the draft pick I traded is back in my possession, whilst I still also have the player I acquired as well. Something is indeed not right with trading picks.
Edit: As a possibly related side note - the picks still appear under the name of the previous(unedited) team in the trading screen.
On a quick glance it'd seem like the ratio for great and "normal" players seems to be good. Before more or less every player reached 90+ given enough time. Now the salaries are much more reasonable(high) for the star players as well.
Those players generated on FA are likely completely random, including their hidden potential. When they get a generated with a much higher overall than their potential would otherwise allow, that's when they don't develop or start dropping for no apparent reason.