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Post by Meeeeeeeat_ on Sat Oct 20, 2012 4:05 pm

egidio colvello - hooker
what do you reckon i'd get for him if i sold him at the end of the season? i'm not particularly that fond of him anymore but if i'd be making a loss then i'll keep him because i'm going down to div V so he'll do
18 y/o (R15, D1) | 37,590 CSR | $6,227 p.w. | 179cm | 101kg | Italy
Right handed, right footed, in average form .
A collected player with rebellious discipline, reputable leadership, and despicable experience.
Energy: Weary % Stamina: Decent Handling: Princely
Attack: Moderate Defense: Princely
Technique: Princely Strength: Satisfactory
Jumping: Horrible Speed: Moderate
Agility: Moderate Kicking: Limited

also i've got this lad in my youth, he's a light flanker - Alfred Goodale. I know its difficult to say as his stats havent all been released yet but the ones that have are looking good. so any advice if he'll sell for a decent amount again at the end of the season? or better off too keep him for myself? he would likely get a place on my bench
Alfred Goodale
18 y/o (R5, D3) | 191cm | 95kg | England
Right handed, right footed, in decent form .
A conservative player with collected discipline, decent leadership, and despicable experience.
Energy: Energised % Stamina: Decent Handling: Unknown
Attack: Horrible Defense: Reputable
Technique: Decent Strength: Medium
Jumping: Unknown Speed: Admirable
Agility: Low Kicking: Unknown
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Post by Meeeeeeeat_ on Sun Oct 21, 2012 10:43 am

or any sorts of rules that i can use to figure them out myself?
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Post by jimjam_w on Sun Oct 21, 2012 11:54 am

The rule I go for is that anyone in the 25-35K CSR bracket a fair price is roughly equivalent to their CSR.

That said, people with good untrainables (height weight etc) - which neither of these have, well, good untrainables can go for much more - there's more demand/ competition for them. Also, rarer skills like good kicking tend to add to the price too.

As Quin and others have noted...youths with higher and higher CSR are coming out of the academies recently, so players around 35K are becoming more available...so their price is going down and you can snap up some bargains for very cheap (c.$20K) prices.

I'd say you won't make a lot of money on the senior player, but is even a small amound better than spending on his wages ($6K per week)? If not, have him as a stop gap in Div V while you build up and sell him at the end of next season?

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Post by Meeeeeeeat_ on Sun Oct 21, 2012 12:55 pm

ahh ok thanks jim_jam. yeah i know his untrainables suck which is why i wanted some advice. and seeing as i'm going down to div V, my replacement hooker is still good enough so yeah i could still sell him and probably find a replacement that can be the substitute to my current replacement - if that makes sense - for probably quite cheap and much less salary as you mentioned. and the youth guy, well i may aswell leave him in till he's about to turn 20 then, i want to pull him at some point cus i like his stats - except attack
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