After playing Top Eleven for several seasons managers must have come across one or two players who are always phenomenal in the match or gotten good natch ratings even after losing the match or an ST/AML/AMR who always use to score in almost every match. They are the match winners (prolific and promising players) and the club needs such players in order to win a match or some major trophies or triple crown. Now the big question is ‘How to find those prolific players?‘, in this Top Eleven transfer market guide we’ll answer that.
How to identify the best players from Top Eleven Transfer Market
When the manager has a handful of budget or fund and plenty of tokens, it’s very easy to make a 5* team but it’s a tough job to make a promising/catastrophic squad which will destroy all other teams in the league or any other competitions. A team that will make other managers think twice before selecting their playing XI.
Many managers struggle to score goals in the match even if they start the match as a favorite and win the match with a 1 or 2 goal difference against an underdog. Sometimes they lose miserably against equal teams and can not imagine winning against higher teams. And they keep wondering the secrets on how to overcome these issues. The reasons could be very simple,
- Lack of Prolific Players
- Messed up Tactics
- Improper formation
Prolific players will change the game
Let us consider a manager has good managerial skills but he is struggling because of less number of prolific players. When you go to the market you come to see a wide range of players from age of 18 years to 32+years, an overall rating of 40% to 99%, and in the scout list (apart from the market).
A player’s price varies for both age and rating according to the manager level. For every level of manager, there is a certain amount of price hike in top eleven and the managers have to mark that out.
For example, let’s consider 23 years 99% players in level 14 manager, there will be low priced players ($42m), average priced players ($48m), and high priced players ($54m). Out of these many players who have the price tag around $45m and below are not so good players, who have the price tag around $52m and above are really good players (the match-winners), and the rest are just average players.
You may sometimes find an extremely high-priced player in the transfer market, it is highly recommended to buy that player, he might become the next CR7 or Messi of your team and lead you to win many more trophies.
The above Picture is a glance at a level 10 manager’s negotiations list, where better player/s are marked out for different ages. In short, for the same age and rating, ‘higher the price tag, better the player’. Also, If the price tag of 2/3 players is the same then higher wage value is the better player.
Note: This wage method is more applicable when the manager level is higher, like level 40 or more.
The above picture is the visual explanation and proof of this article. So, spend the budget/fund and tokens wisely on quality players rather than wasting on some poor performing players. Quality players will lead the club to glory and to win many more trophies but a foolproof squad will end up nowhere.
Let us know if the article has helped you to find the perfect players for your team or not. Also, don’t forget to comment if you have any doubts/suggestions about the article. We will be happy to help you.