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Old 10-08-2017, 03:53 AM   #1
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Hi everybody,

Just a quick question here. Play with a swedish team in SHL and wondering how I offer players on loan?
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Old 10-08-2017, 04:12 AM   #2
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Not possible right now, other than sending them to your own junior teams, and a couple of teams who have parent/farm team relationships with teams in lower leagues. Loans to unaffiliated teams can't be done yet.
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Thanks for quick reply! Is this something that possibly will be implemented soon?
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We tried to get it working a few months ago, but it didn't work out for a couple of reasons. I may have a partial workaround for it, but it's likely to be a while before it can be implemented. One thing I considered doing temporarily is making sure every playable Swedish team had at least one non-junior "farm" team at a lower level (probably a team they frequently loan players to in real life) so they at least have one option for players older than 20, but I'm not sure if that'd look too unrealistic.
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I think that every SHL team should have such a team in "allsvenskan" untill the loan function works. It´s really a big thing to be able to develop players.

How do you send J20 players up to the A-team? Can´t find that function.
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They have to be signed to a contract first, then you can move them up and down.
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Is this something that could be worked on? After spending some time now with the game and the only team im interessted in (Färjestad in SHL) i think it gets a bit shallow without the loan function and be able to move J20 players up and down. This is such a big part of how to play with SHL teams and develop youngsters. Maybe it´s other rules in other leauges but to my knowlage you don´t need to sign players to be able to move them up for a couple of A-games
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Is this something that could be worked on? After spending some time now with the game and the only team im interessted in (Färjestad in SHL) i think it gets a bit shallow without the loan function and be able to move J20 players up and down. This is such a big part of how to play with SHL teams and develop youngsters. Maybe it´s other rules in other leauges but to my knowlage you don´t need to sign players to be able to move them up for a couple of A-games
Yeah there is the same thing more or less with the KHL. It's not simple stuff, I can say that in the game the KHL is organized similarly to what Jeff described here, and it works rather well. A good compromise, IMHO.
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I have an idea on how to do it, but it's going to require a fairly big change to the way farm/parent relationships work (loans would essentially be handled as a temporary relationship between the teams for a single player.) We'd need quite a bit of development and testing time for it; it's not out of the question that we'll be able to get it into an FHM4 update, but not one of the early ones.
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