5 Clauses That Will Lead To Bankruptcy (Unless Properly Dealt With)
Avoiding bankruptcy can be done with our How to make money in Football Manager article. But as with every subject regarding our beloved game there are more things you can do and/or consider to boost your finances. Guido from Strikerless has written a piece about 5 clauses in the game that can cause bankruptcy unless you deal with them properly. As nobody wants bankruptcy it is very wise to read the article and then use the information to help you sort out the finances at the club you are managing. The stronger the finances are, the more money you are able to spend on your facilities aswell as buying talents or (star)players that you want/need for your team. Most people know the importance of good finances in Football Manager but for those out there who do not know it’s importance i urge you to read the article below!
My video games tend to lean towards either the sports side of things or the tycoon genre. The FM series is a mix of both those loves. I approach FM first as a business simulator, with the added benefit of scratching my football itch.
One of the most exciting things in-game for me is the hunt for new players. The negotiation. Getting that what I want out of the deal without breaking the bank.
I found that some of the clauses that you can offer to clubs or players are fascinating when it comes to getting what you want, but that they can also severely hinder your progress in the long run. In this article, I will look at five of the most dangerous ones.
5. Sell on fee release percentage
4. Salary increase after X number of matches
3. Contract extension after X number of matches
2. Minimum transfer fee release clause (in any form)
1.Match highest earner
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