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{{Other use|article = the club '''Hall of Fame''' of retired players | title = Hall of Fame }}
 
{{Other use|article = the club '''Hall of Fame''' of retired players | title = Hall of Fame }}
  
Each team has a '''Hall of Fame''' associated with it. As an alternative to firing a [[player]] who is no longer capable of playing for their team, a [[manager]] has the option of retiring a limited number of players to the team Hall of Fame. After an initial allowance of three players, each team may add one new player to the Hall of Fame one season (16 weeks) after the last player was added. The players have to complete 3 consecutive full seasons at the [[club]] (which is 48 weeks (336 days)) before they can enter the Hall of Fame. So, if you for example rebuy an old player, he has to be in the club for three seasons starting from the date you rebuy him, time previous to the sale does not count.
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Each [[team]] has a '''Hall of Fame''' associated with it. As an alternative to [[Fire|firing]] a [[player]] who is no longer capable of playing for their team, a [[manager]] has the option of retiring a limited number of players to the team Hall of Fame. After an initial allowance of three players, each team may add one new player to the Hall of Fame one [[season]] (16 weeks) after the last player was added. The players have to complete 3 consecutive full seasons at the [[club]] (which is 48 weeks (336 days)) before they can enter the Hall of Fame. So, if you for example rebuy an old player, he has to be in the club for three seasons starting from the date you rebuy him, time previous to the sale does not count.
  
Each player in the Hall may be customized. He may be categorised among different classes of service to the club, including scoring, total matches, and faith to the club. The manager may indicate the player's current post-soccer career, with possible choices including agent, referee, and actor. The player's best match and final match may be retrieved automatically, and in addition to that, the manager may choose the player's most memorable match.
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Each player in the Hall may be customized. He may be categorised among different classes of service to the club, including scoring, total matches, and faith to the club. The manager may indicate the player's current post-soccer career, with possible choices including agent, referee, and actor. The player's best [[match]] and final match may be retrieved automatically, and in addition to that, the manager may choose the player's most memorable match.
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Revision as of 01:30, 29 September 2008

Disambiguation icon.png This page describes the club Hall of Fame of retired players. For other uses of Hall of Fame, see Hall of Fame (disambiguation)

Each team has a Hall of Fame associated with it. As an alternative to firing a player who is no longer capable of playing for their team, a manager has the option of retiring a limited number of players to the team Hall of Fame. After an initial allowance of three players, each team may add one new player to the Hall of Fame one season (16 weeks) after the last player was added. The players have to complete 3 consecutive full seasons at the club (which is 48 weeks (336 days)) before they can enter the Hall of Fame. So, if you for example rebuy an old player, he has to be in the club for three seasons starting from the date you rebuy him, time previous to the sale does not count.

Each player in the Hall may be customized. He may be categorised among different classes of service to the club, including scoring, total matches, and faith to the club. The manager may indicate the player's current post-soccer career, with possible choices including agent, referee, and actor. The player's best match and final match may be retrieved automatically, and in addition to that, the manager may choose the player's most memorable match.

See Also

HTs on Global/Hall of Fame