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The percentages used were indicative of 2 different interpretations, the percentages [avg] represent the average turnout rates, breeding values is a study of DAC and brun. The percentages [Max] instead resulted from a study DAC (in italian) on OVERSIZED arenas, in which the principle of building reflects the highest turnout, not averages. The basic idea is that selling a ticket even only once or twice during the season you can amortize the costs of construction and maintenance. Attention that these percentages are valid when the stadium is oversized of 15-20% compared to current needs, the basic tool oversized this stage only 10-12% and then to be able to successfully use these percentages you have to slightly increase the number of supporters or The over-correct mood for the stadium.
It is strongly discouraged removing seats when the fans are few, saving a weekly stage 'more streamlined' does not cover the cost of decommissioning plus the re-expansion that should do in the future to the growth of supporters. The dismantling is considered only when the seats are constructed previously really huge, (through the 'dismantling' you can evaluate what is the degree of error to consider before you decide to dismantle a sector).
The calculation of the days following the formula described above, that is 7 days plus one day for every 100k spent. It will take 'normally' from 7 to 15 days for the completion of the work depending on the number of seats, the date of the end of work can vary by up to one day, in more or less.
When you choose the mood set a high value if you meet the expectations of your fans, a low value if you behave below their claims. If the total number of posts there seems excessive or too low 'play' with the value of the moral dimensions according to your tastes.
The calculation of the coefficient follows the formula described above. This follows the study of brun, but with lower values to avoid suggested that the stadium is too big. In this way the stage was set up around 110-112% of the size needed and then allowing an average of going forward a season.
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