Difference between revisions of "Farming"

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Farming is the practice of growing one player, to the supposed detriment of the rest of the team.  [[Farm teams]] train a  [[player]], often a [[National Teams|National team]] player to tremendous heights. They cope with the immense [[wages]] by using cheap players everywhere else, and often only play one game a week. Some [[farm teams]] log in only every 6 weeks to [[Hattrick]].  
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Farming is the practice of growing one player, to the supposed detriment of the rest of the team.  [[Farm team|Farm teams]] train a  [[player]], often a [[National Teams|National team]] player to tremendous heights. They cope with the immense [[wages]] by using cheap players everywhere else, and often only play one game a week. Some [[Farm team|farm teams]] log in only every 6 weeks to [[Hattrick]].  
  
 
'''Opinions about Farming'''
 
'''Opinions about Farming'''

Revision as of 15:00, 29 November 2005

Farming is the practice of growing one player, to the supposed detriment of the rest of the team. Farm teams train a player, often a National team player to tremendous heights. They cope with the immense wages by using cheap players everywhere else, and often only play one game a week. Some farm teams log in only every 6 weeks to Hattrick.

Opinions about Farming

Opinion about farming varies. Many players decry it as unrealistic and a ploy to get national team members beyond the level non farming teams could provide. Others see farming as another approach to a game played for diverse reasons.

See also these quote from HT-Jonas on Global.