Following is the list of most popular ideas that have been suggested by Hattrick managers to the HT-team, but for various reasons have been deemed impossible or unlikely to be implemented.
One important purpose of this page is to keep managers from starting 'let's implement this' type of threads in the Global conference every time a new manager has the same bright idea that someone else submitted a week ago. This would also save HT-team the trouble of explaining the same things over and over again.
Please start a separate section for each idea and put up an explanation why it wouldn't be implemented. Quote the original if possible.
Though most managers consider the Hattrick Masters to be the Hattrick Team's final solution to the Champions League idea, a few users continue to seek a true league for champions, instead of just a cup. The Hattrick Team have declared that they have no intention of implementing a Champions League in the game for the forseeable future, though it should be noted that this quote comes from before the Masters was implemented.
Prior to the implementation of the Hattrick Masters, a Hattrick user Calvert, a lower level manager in the United States, decided to run a simulated Champions League based on a proposal he had submitted in October 2004. His simulation however did not involve playing any 'real' matches because the Hattrick match engine was unavailable for use by outside parties. Instead, the matches were simulated using the previous week's league match with percentages for goals calculated using the HT Ratings match predictor.
More than 8 teams per series
There have been a lot of discussion on how to change the sizes of the divisions. This due to the fact that is takes a lot of time to have to start in one of the lowest divisions, say tenth or eleventh, and advance upwards. It would be easier to advance quicker for really cunning new managers to start in a broader division. But on the other hand, that would imply a lot of changes to the league system of today. Also, having larger division means more competition for advancement and less time for the best managers to build up their teams in optimal conditions, i.e. with little competition. All in all, the benefits of such a change are outweighed by the drawbacks and increasing the number of teams in each series has been ruled out.
Set your own ticket prices
Change The Youth System
Please feel free to add to the list whatever you find appropriate.