How the Fair Play Committee members voted:
- volunteers voted "Revert and punish": 0
- volunteers voted "Revert": 9
- volunteers voted "Fair": 3
These reasons were chosen by the volunteers during voting:
6 - Salary drop (one or more useful players are exchanged for useless player(s) with the only goal to reduce salaries)
3 - Suspicion that trade’s goal is to help one of the teams
At least your trade got three fair votes, mine got all voted reverted and one of them even think I should get punished for trading a player who can only play one more season for a decent 7-pot. If the FPC think we should not trade ready-now player for school talents straight up, why give an option for users to spend credits to update the trade level that allows them to ignore the salary difference? If we add some useless player to match the salary, I think then the trade would’ve been voted fair, but what is the point of that? These useless players will be fired anyways and it only costs one of the team to spend more money on the compensation. Saving salary is one of the main goals in many trades. 7 and 8 pot players are useful players, especially in the NE that encourage teams to have a 12-men lineup, not useless at it is described in the “salary drop”
These reasons are confusing. Trade are supposed to help both teams, in this kind of trade, one team gets stronger in strength while the other team gets a future prospect to develop with and save money. It is a win-win trade, help not only one of the team but both teams, and saving is not the only goal here. I have stated this as my explanation for more than one time.
Again: when the referee goes off to play the game, there is no fairness. https://www.basketpulse.com/cn/Trade/information/1131224 before the deal, such deals are no problem, because the deal led to threaten a player (members at the same time he still FPC) upgrade, So he reported it.
Agree that those should be allowed. If it is not one-sided, that two managers acquire different types of positive trade values, we should allow a trade, no matter they are friends or not.
As FPC members may not comment the decisions made, I would like to share the FPC reasoning behind the decision made.
- A defender draft in standard salary with above average WL2 RT
- A 280 peak youth which is considered to be undervalued in WL2
- 336 peak youth which is considered to be future WL2 level
- 28543EU salary drop
Unless the 8 potential players has significantly worse inner potentials than the 7 potential players, the trade is unfair by the vote of FPC.
We would like to encourage the teams making the trades that may look suspicious to describe the reasoning of the trade when making it. By providing more information about the trade to FPC will help the committee to make a better informed decision. In addition, we are encouraging FPC to have a discussion prior making the vote so the decision made is well-discussed.
Banning WL1 to trade for POT 7 school kids is awful.
Maybe some FPC members do not trade frequently enough to understand trad values.
School kids are good and positive trading assets to help elite teams to save future salaries.
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