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Re: rugby league manager on pc Mon Sep 12, 2011 9:15 am  

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Completed the second season, won the League and Grand Final, although lost in the 2nd round of the cup against Hull KR.

Playoffs were pretty simple this time, having finished top we played Huddersfield, who we beat by 20pts. The second game was against Wigan, We beat them 18-10, was a very close game, up until Roby scored in about the 60th minute, which sealed the win. We then played in the Grand Final against Hull KR, Roby got injured the day before the game, but it didn't matter, Scott Moore played his role fantastically and we got sweet revenge for the Cup loss earlier in the season, winning 16-6.

The good thing about this season is we've had 3 Internationals pass through the Alliance, the first the winger who had been there from the first season, then I just went out and signed English Alliance players who had nearly finished their development. Works a charm too, signed an International prop to replace TP who I didn't renew his contract by accident, off to Wire he goes. Then coming up to the third Alliance player, was a centre who is one game away from becoming International standard. Have a Loose in the Alliance, although he's a few months off becoming an Academy player.
Re: rugby league manager on pc Mon Sep 12, 2011 10:47 am  

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I started off my season by selling Chris Flannery to Barrow :lol: Going well on the field, 100% after 5 games, but I'm currently losing 2% confidence every single day due to overdrawn warnings, which is annoying. Really don't understand the alliance thing, could somebody help me with that?
Also it said I had job offers from dream teams and representative teams but couldn't find how to accept them.
Signed Preston Campbell too, pretty old but anything is better than Wello :D
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Re: rugby league manager on pc Mon Sep 12, 2011 1:00 pm  

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Haha, sold two of your best players there. Wellens actually has a lot of pace on the game and is rated better than Campbell :D Whereas, Flannery is just your average player at Loose Forward, cheap, does the job and scores lots of tries.

Alliance is basically the under 19s. The bigger the development bar is the better than the player will become. So, if it states next to their development bar that their rating will be National, International, then you might as well play them every week.

Can accept your dream teams and rep teams by going to manager, then click profile and click the job you wish to accept, then go to the bottom left and click accept. No need to reject jobs, as they dissappear once you have accepted your job.
Re: rugby league manager on pc Mon Sep 12, 2011 2:03 pm  

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Haha, sold two of your best players there. Wellens actually has a lot of pace on the game and is rated better than Campbell :D Whereas, Flannery is just your average player at Loose Forward, cheap, does the job and scores lots of tries.

Alliance is basically the under 19s. The bigger the development bar is the better than the player will become. So, if it states next to their development bar that their rating will be National, International, then you might as well play them every week.

Can accept your dream teams and rep teams by going to manager, then click profile and click the job you wish to accept, then go to the bottom left and click accept. No need to reject jobs, as they dissappear once you have accepted your job.


Thanks, will have to check that out later! And I still have Wello, just don't play him atm. No point breaking up a winning team :p Sold Flannery as I just don't need him, play Wilkin at LF with Soliola/TP/Moore/Dixon as SRers
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Re: rugby league manager on pc Tue Sep 13, 2011 8:56 am  

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Damn, he's removed the ability to break the World Class limit by churning through a load of academy players: now how am I going to get a squad of 20+ of them per team? :lol: Probably a smart change but I do wonder what the advantage of the Alliance method of WC/E players is over just buying them? Beyond I suppose my new Welsh Elite FB for Crusaders destroying the Aussies in the World Cup final before he was 20 8)

Steady improvement again, but the Ad-Lib options are a minefield I'll have to get used to :)

Love these games though!
Re: rugby league manager on pc Tue Sep 13, 2011 10:20 am  

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Have to admit I've not used the Ad-Lib options yet, I just look at them and think WTF.

If you're not scared enough, you can release your world class players and they will still be able to play for Wales :wink:

Not tried going for an Elite player yet, I am just happy trying to get some international backs for England. Got a World Class LF coming through though, so not all that bad.
Re: rugby league manager on pc Wed Sep 14, 2011 9:08 am  

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Saint Ryan wrote:
Have to admit I've not used the Ad-Lib options yet, I just look at them and think WTF.

If you're not scared enough, you can release your world class players and they will still be able to play for Wales :wink:

Not tried going for an Elite player yet, I am just happy trying to get some international backs for England. Got a World Class LF coming through though, so not all that bad.


I just tend to use Ad-Lib moves when I'm near the opposition try line, seems to be a sure fire way to get through within a set, otherwise the safer structured method seems to be the way to go for me.

In 2010 my usual style would be to fill my team with WC, sell them off and restart to make sure whichever nation (NZ, Eng, Wales, France... never the Aussies they have it too good already :) ) would be full of Int/WC players. Suppose with the limits it will just take a lot longer than the mysterious bunch of 20 year olds who can take down any team :lol:
Re: rugby league manager on pc Fri Sep 16, 2011 7:02 pm  

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I'll have to give this game a go.
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Re: rugby league manager on pc Sat Sep 17, 2011 9:18 am  
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I have just downloaded the game and I cant work out how to accept transfer bids or place players on the transfer list. Can anybody help?
Re: rugby league manager on pc Mon Sep 19, 2011 7:20 pm  

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Er, you've probably worked it out, but here you go.

Go to contracts, senior players then click a player and in the bottom left you can loan them, transfer them or give them a new contract. Also, bids are automatically accepted.
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