I've voted no, but I don't feel we HAVE to get rid of them.
I like the idea in principle but I realised fairly early on that all of the players produced were pointless as had been well outlined above. None of the players get anywhere near first team standard. Making it compulsory to sheet just makes me want to leave the whole site, rather than actually encourage me to sheet. It feels like I'm being punished for (this isn't a genuine complaint, just my honest thoughts) not engaging with a feature I didn't ask to be involved in.
That being said, I have no objection to youth leagues. I don't see why we can't have more Abs gained per game and more Abs gained for younger players generally at the end of the season. The real limitation is obviously the cap on the quality of the player in the reserves forcing each team to generate many a deadwood player sit around in their first team becoming more and more rubbish or as others say sold, which I haven't got round to doing yet.
We could/should be allowed to have a pre-set tactic/formation and in order to reduce workload on staff after an initial trial of new rules we could just run the games in one job lot at the start/end of the season.
Like I said, I voted no but also happy to keep so long as changes are made and not being made to sheet just for the sake of it.