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It looks fine for me.It makes a lot of sense if we would like to see people joining the league.....especially when auctions are already finished......
Only protecting half your riders to me seems like giving Blankzy slightly too much freedom of choice. especially considering how much time was spent to have to assemble the teams within the budget confines. Personally id suggest protection of 20 riders is fairer as it should still give him a pool of in excess of 100 riders to choose from and is unlikely to have many budget issues, unless someone is willing to let a top rider go in teams that dont have a full roster. I presume Blankzy is taking up lotto? would it be with in the rules for me to propose a multi rider trade to him before the expansion draft?
Personally id suggest protection of 20 riders
I presume Blankzy is taking up lotto? would it be with in the rules for me to propose a multi rider trade to him before the expansion draft?
Imagine there was a draft, and everyone picked their first rounder cyclists, all the big names. Then the 2nd round, 3rd, 4th, all the way to the 15th round. Then you let someone who didn't get to take any of those riders get first crack of everything that's left.
Well, I must admit the original proposal was going to be either "protect 15" or "free up 10". My gut told me the former would be simpler, but I can see your point, and I imagine the latter would be your preferred version. Nothing is decided yet.
Not exactly. We acquired everybody via auction, so I can't really tell you if I prefer to keep Lutsenko for €30 or Wiggo for €1000. Or at least this should be my state of mind. Maybe to achieve this I should allow people to keep the money they don't spend for next year?
I'd say that the standard should be 15 protected riders, with an exception for those teams with a highly homogeneous roster
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