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    In Season Training

    During the games players improve as they use their skills.

    However, during the season teams will have their own training and practices. These training sessions will allow teams to address their issues and needs.

    Intensive work can allow a player to improve in areas but it also has the effect to neglect others.

    Basically, a player can improve in an area at the cost of another. This allows players to be more suited to their teams plans and their teams more balanced.

    During the season a player can improve a stat by 2 points once, by asking for 3 points to be taken off elsewhere. To re-state, this can be done once in the season and the improvement must be a min and a max of 2 at the expense of 3 points from elsewhere.

    If a player decides to do this then they must say so in this thread AND the change must be confirmed by their captain.

    Example
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    Name         Age Nat St Tk Ps Sh Ag 
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    E_Xample     27 CWL  1  10 10 10 20
    wants to become a better midfielder. So they ask for 2 off attacking and 1 off defending (or any combination totaling 3 points)

    Resulting in- New profile
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    Name         Age Nat St Tk Ps Sh Ag 
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    E_Xample     27 CWL  1   9 12  8 20
    Only CW players can take advantage of this

    EDIT- It is different for keepers. Goal keepers can make a straight swap of upto 2 points from a non-keeping skill to a keeping skill.
    Last edited by Goughy; 22-02-2008 at 03:03 PM.
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    For keepers some only have say 2 or 1 points in non keeping areas. Can they drop their points to 0?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaminda_00 View Post
    For keepers some only have say 2 or 1 points in non keeping areas. Can they drop their points to 0?
    If they have 2 they can drop it to 1 but there must be a min of 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goughy View Post
    If they have 2 they can drop it to 1 but there must be a min of 1.
    Yeah but don't you have to drop 3 points. For example

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    Blake_Donald  18 CWL 22  1  2  1
    If he wants to improve his keeping he can only drop points in passing and only 1 point. Can he still add 2 points to keeping. Or due to fact he doesn't have 3 points to drop else where he not allowed to be trained.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chaminda_00 View Post
    Yeah but don't you have to drop 3 points. For example

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    Blake_Donald  18 CWL 22  1  2  1
    If he wants to improve his keeping he can only drop points in passing and only 1 point. Can he still add 2 points to keeping. Or due to fact he doesn't have 3 points to drop else where he not allowed to be trained.
    Original post edited. Keepers can make a straight swap of upto 2 points to their keeping skill as long as they keep a min of 1 on all categories.

    I think it makes sense that keepers can focus on their keeping skills and neglect their others whilst doing so.
    Last edited by Goughy; 22-02-2008 at 03:13 PM.

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    Might as well start things off.

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    I reckon I could do with this to shapin my finishing.
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    Kingsley Clapham: TK 3 to 1, PS 13 to 15, SH 11 to 10
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clapo View Post
    Kingsley Clapham: TK 3 to 1, PS 13 to 15
    Need another point off from somewhere

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    3 off passing to 2, 2 on shooting thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    I reckon I could do with this to shapin my finishing.
    Yeah, I would highly reccomend doing it.

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    Copied straight from the power thread

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    I'm not convinced, but on the Captain's recommendation:

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