Are you sure you found that management style on a simulator because it sounds very hodgsonesque to me. 😉
I'm pretty sure some football management expert wrote a manual on this. I just happened to have read about this management style recently. It's so cutting edge that I won't be surprised at least one of us would claim to be the one who wrote it, although most of us wouldn't...
I think I applied this management style to a simulator and the results were great. It kind of validated this method in some way. However, the simulator found world class players to be unhappy playing 50% of the time. But the manual said we should expect players to be happy being rotated (maybe my simulator has a bug). And if world class players don't join you for this reason, it's their own fault because they lack ambition.
Last but the most important thing, the manager who adopts this system is never ever at fault. It's always someone else. I found it to be quite an interesting bulletproof, whip-based management system.
While most of us interested readers do not judge nor condemn this system, I do realise that people raise a lot of questions (which is normal since it pushes the envelope), largely to gather more answers and to test the soundness of the system and to understand more. Hopefully a version two of the manual can address any inconsistencies raised by interested readers. Maybe that's why no manager has used this method extensively yet. I'll shall keep everyone updated should there be any updates to this unique management style.
Sorry for sidetrack. Let's return to Gini Wijnaldum.