my tv broke wrote:
It's an interesting one because they get Pangai for like 100k.. which fits in with what is left with their cap, sure, but not if he was there for the whole season.
That said, my carefactor.. pretty low. Pangai wasn't staying around anyway and I'm kind of excited to see him play in a top side.
It doesn't really bother me either, but I do think it's creates a strange value anomaly with the way they apply the cap/market rate proportion.
The players salary/value is naturally distributed across the year (appropriate to how they'd be paid), but when nearly half the year is off-season it means the late player transfers only need to be paid a 1/6th of their salary to play 1/3rd of the season - that makes a fair difference for premium players - but I guess it is what it is.