This thread is a sort of spin-off to the one @SweetLou9208 posted: https://www.leaguegaming.com/forums/index.php?threads/has-lghl-become-stale.301566/ there is a really good discussion there with issues, and if you haven’t checked it out, I highly recommend doing so. I wanted to create this thread because I know multiple people (including me) have brought up the management skill gap as a big issue. I wanted to try and generate a focused discussion on this topic to try and come up with some way to reduce this gap because I think any changes could be implemented fairly quickly (summer season). Below are what I believe to be the benefits of improving the management skill gap: 1. More balanced teams 2. A more competitive and therefore more fun LG experience 3. Less ECU army games 4. Less cancerous behavior (hopefully) In terms of possible solution ideas: 1. More strict criteria for management selection (ensure better managers) 2. Added bonuses or perks to those who choose to be management (increase available pool of managers to choose from) 3. Additional tools to help newer or less experienced managers to mitigate learning curve and increase chances of their first or second season being toxic. If you have other benefits or ideas, or some specifics for one of the one I mentioned, post below. In terms of the management criteria one, I think we would want to get some type of rules such as: 1. must have had at least one winning season in a league in the last “X” amount of seasons in order to be management eligible for it. 2. “X” amount of losing seasons in a row will result in a person being unable to manage in whichever league they were in until they have a winning season as a player. That logic above is far from perfect, but that’s why I made the thread!