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This keeps happening to me in LLM, does this happen to other managers out there?
 
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I couldn't get less first time-started with 0, was given 0 when promoted to blue square north lol. Maybe to do with ambition of board? they may think keeping club financially sound is more important
 
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With the amount of unattached and out-of-contract players at that level, I'd imagine you wouldn't need a transfer budget?
 
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I couldn't get less first time-started with 0, was given 0 when promoted to blue square north lol. Maybe to do with ambition of board? they may think keeping club financially sound is more important
Could be, but I got 600k first season, then 120k next, with the same rate for my wage budget.

With the amount of unattached and out-of-contract players at that level, I'd imagine you wouldn't need a transfer budget?
You still buy players, they're just cheaper.
 
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Yes. I had 650k before i got promoted and then i had a measly 45k???

But as seasons went on i got more and more money so just keep at it!
 
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You still buy players, they're just cheaper.
Yes, but what I was saying is that, at that level, the out of contract players (who you can sign for free) should be enough to build a team, meaning that you can get by without a transfer budget.
 
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Yes, but what I was saying is that, at that level, the out of contract players (who you can sign for free) should be enough to build a team, meaning that you can get by without a transfer budget.

vance i agree with you mate

when i start off at the Lower leagues i never use my transfer budget
ye just dont need it
 
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the lower league prize money especially BSN/BSS and BSP is **** or next to nothing, understandably so is the TV money, the best way i raise money for my Woking team is to organise pre-season friendlys with teams like derby, your stadium will be nearly sold out for those games.
 
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