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Couple of valuations

Post by ormian7 on Wed Aug 22, 2012 6:50 am

Can someone please give me a couple of valuations for these guys please

20 y/o (R4, D1) | 77,759 CSR | $10,412 p.w. | 180cm | 130kg | England
Right handed, right footed, in satisfactory form .
A collected player with collected discipline, average leadership, and horrible experience.
Energy: Fit %
Stamina: Sumptuous Handling: Decent
Attack: Sumptuous Defense: Sumptuous
Technique: Amazing Strength: Amazing
Jumping: Moderate Speed: Average
Agility: Average Kicking: Despicable

20 y/o (R8, D6) | 73,259 CSR | $11,710 p.w. | 182cm | 88kg | England
Right handed, right footed, in satisfactory form .
A collected player with controlled discipline, moderate leadership, and horrible experience.
Energy: Pumped %
Stamina: Princely Handling: Amazing
Attack: Impressive Defense: Princely
Technique: Moderate Strength: Satisfactory
Jumping: Admirable Speed: Princely
Agility: Impressive Kicking: Satisfactory

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Re: Couple of valuations

Post by ormian7 on Wed Aug 29, 2012 10:06 am

Thanks everyone!

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Re: Couple of valuations

Post by Flu444 on Wed Aug 29, 2012 12:03 pm

400k-500k i reckon each.

Hands really let the first guy down but he is good and heavy.

agi is low for the second guy but he is decent, maybe he could go for abit more

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Re: Couple of valuations

Post by jeolmaga on Thu Aug 30, 2012 12:15 am

Lets see 600k-800k 130kg is very rare (ish) so thats a huge incentive
and the second guy would be 600kish. One tip if you want your backs to sell for more is to increase defense and attack and definitely dont train jumping e.g.
Stamina: Princely Handling: Princely
Attack: Princely Defense: Amazing
Technique: Moderate Strength: Satisfactory
Jumping: Moderate Speed: Sumptuous
Agility: Princely Kicking: Satisfactory
^ this guy I'd expect to sell for over a mil.
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Re: Couple of valuations

Post by ormian7 on Thu Aug 30, 2012 6:52 am

Thanks both

Why is jumping so bad?? I haven't actually trained it but it seems strange that it is a definite no-no!

I am going to continue training the first guy and maybe sell the second guy. I'm training these other two at the minute, hoping the first guy makes the U20s

Weston Pellew
18 y/o (R2, D3) | 48,541 CSR | $8,440 p.w. | 180cm | 100kg | England
Right handed, right footed, in admirable form .
A collected player with collected discipline, limited leadership, and despicable experience.
Energy: Weary %
Stamina: Impressive Handling: Princely
Attack: Impressive Defense: Princely
Technique: Satisfactory Strength: Admirable
Jumping: Limited Speed: Decent
Agility: Reputable Kicking: Satisfactory


Reuben Ennis
17 y/o (R13, D2) | 29,327 CSR | $5,579 p.w. | 174cm | 118kg | England
Right handed, right footed, in average form .
A conservative player with collected discipline, limited leadership, and despicable experience.
Energy: Weary %
Stamina: Decent Handling: Satisfactory
Attack: Reputable Defense: Impressive
Technique: Impressive Strength: Admirable
Jumping: Average Speed: Moderate
Agility: Limited Kicking: Despicable

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Re: Couple of valuations

Post by quind on Thu Aug 30, 2012 8:50 am

ormian7 wrote:Why is jumping so bad?? I haven't actually trained it but it seems strange that it is a definite no-no!

It's not bad as such. As has been noted by many restarts can oddly be claimed by players performing any number of roles, so jumping can help anyone. Also for those managers looking to utilise a healthy percentage of U&U jumping is a good skill to train. But in the main managers looking to buy players with high jumping stats are thinking of either lineout jumpers, and then mainly locks and back row (some props can jump), or fullbacks.

So the fullback is the only back where many managers are looking for a good jumping stat, and even then only as a secondary skill, and many might just be happy with a tall player without okay or better jumping. So training jumping on backs will for most managers be at best a tertiary skill, and won't add much to the perceived value of a player.

So not a no no, more a be careful. Mind at some point all these managers not training jumping will come across a team all over 200cm with good jumping where the manager hits a great many U&U using an excellent kicker - and they might not be overly happy at the outcome.

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Re: Couple of valuations

Post by ormian7 on Wed Sep 19, 2012 6:52 am

Got a bid of $896,969 for the second guy from the top post already and he's only been on the market for 24 hours!

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