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ChelseaFCZola Premium_small (Players for sale) 7 February 2019, 01:35
Hi

I have a 31 year old player and I'm trying to roughly divide his 900 games to his age.
https://www.virtualmanager.com/players/12309503-temur-dzodzuashvili

So for example a season is 1 week and there is 30 games. 4 weeks of 120 games equals 1 year of player age.

so 900 games divide by 120 games is 7.5 years of his age in the team.

This helps me determine finding a replacement at age 22-23.

His total stats is 520, I think roughly he has gained 200 total points.
(Not too sure how I can work out that)

In summary I bought a 23 year old for 350K he turned out to be a decent squad member

Remember cup games smiley

Rhythm FC (MMM) 7 February 2019, 14:52
Just going off history page you bought him at 23 years old

And cross refering that with the chart on his training page you can see that he had 278 abilities at 23 years old

but my question is why not buy a better player because that player wasnt very good at all

ChelseaFCZola Premium_small (Players for sale) 7 February 2019, 15:07
im not sure how can i target the better players.
by looking at higher totals at that age?

Rhythm FC (MMM) 7 February 2019, 15:37
ChelseaFCZola wrote:
im not sure how can i target the better players.
by looking at higher totals at that age?
yes pretty much, all within your budget

please re-read what i told you on here:
https://www.virtualmanager.com/forums/topics/1198388-goal-achieved

The Goon Squad Premium_small (Sixteen Hours Daily) 11 February 2019, 15:04
I don't get dividing his age by his game what can you get from that

The Goon Squad Premium_small (Sixteen Hours Daily) 14 February 2019, 13:03
The Goon Squad wrote:
I don't get dividing his age by his game what can you get from that
?

ChelseaFCZola Premium_small (Players for sale) 14 February 2019, 13:45
The Goon Squad wrote:
I don't get dividing his age by his game what can you get from that
I realise now there is a graph to show previous stats at earlier ages.
I think someone pointed that out after OP
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