Hi guys, Food for thought on our trading process. We want coaches to be able to trade with freedom and flare while avoiding the 'clanger trade' or coaches getting taken advantage of. What I have seen done before that works well; All trades get posted in a sub forum 'TRADES'. In separate posts, not one large one. example; 'Iron Knob and Marble Bar trade' within the thread is a run down of the trade and if its a big blockbuster type deal with marquee players a brief explanation by each coach on why they are doing it. One coach posts the trade. The second confirms. example; Lenh - Marble Bar sends Jeremy Cameron to Iron Knob for their 5th round pick in the MSD 2014 Jim - Confirmed After this the 3 commitee members have 24h/48h to 'approve' or 'reject' the trade. They also can post reasoning if they feel its required. NO OTHER COACHES can comment. If the trade is accepted all good. If it is rejected by 2 or more members then its no big deal - its back to the 2 initiating coaches to rework and repost a fairer deal which is then re-evaluated all over again. The committee members decision is above reproach. Cry all you want, if your trade is rejected you need to rework it. Thoughts?