Looking For A Player: Read This Before Posting

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Redders

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We have decided to have a trial of removing the "looking for a player thread"

For now, that thread will close and members can post asking for other members' suggestions on who to buy in the Looking for a Player forum. However so that things remain tidyish we will impose a couple of rules;

Firstly, the title of the thread should be in the following format:

'Team Name - Position(s)'

So for example you are Manchester Utd and you are looking for a striker and a left winger;

'Manchester Utd - Striker & Left Winger'
or something similar (ST &LW) that is easily recognisable.

Then, within the thread you must specify the amount you are willing to spend (your budget) and also the year you are in.

Notes


If the thread title isn't in the correct format, a mod will edit it. If you continue to use the incorrect format you will get infractions.

Within the thread, if you don't specify the budget or the year, a mod may close the thread, or ask you to edit it.

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Simple, right?
 
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Lee

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I agree with Jake, while not essential, letting people know what league you are in will likely increase your chances of finding the right player.

Are you fighting for survival in the Premiership? Going for a European Spot? Or competing for the Champions League.
 

Lee

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Bumping this because there's been a lot of lazy people lately popping up posting threads in the wrong places and with useless thread names. Sort it out.
 
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