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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Halsey
    Yes but if you duplicate evryone, then add one more clone for the training play in question, it only increases by 50%. And copies, then add one more for trainers it increases by 33%, and so on...
    But by duplicating everyone the injury likelihood is doubled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    But by duplicating everyone the injury likelihood is doubled.
    Could we then make a modfied sim to reduce it again?

    Nah my idea is getting a bit out of hand there.
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    I think the idea of training is a bit stupid, as it stands I think CW cricket is in a very fine state and this change could really screw it up.
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    Maybe you could just implement it on the day of the game - those who aren't playing in the side get a chance to work on something in the mean time? Except the 12th man?


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    I'm not averse to training, but I don't like the proposed method. Everyone should have equal access to training, and it should be morale based, because just by playing in the nets that extra bit over what we already do won't make a difference when compared to playing IMO. Make it able to affect your morale, I think that would make it worthwhile.
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    Care to go into a bit more detail on that idea, mate?
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    Well, currently the captains can request morale for players, so perhaps they can also nominate a certain amount of players to "train" to hopefully improve their morale through good performances in the nets. You could have the possibility of either getting worse morale or perhaps injury.

    This means that you don't get any permanent effects, but can still change your performances slightly.

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    But in ITC (The Sim currently used) You cant change the morale of players manually. or can you? not 100% sure but pretty sure you cant change it ureself
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    Quote Originally Posted by kears_falcon_9
    But in ITC (The Sim currently used) You cant change the morale of players manually. or can you? not 100% sure but pretty sure you cant change it ureself
    Well if that's the case it's unfortunate.

    I don't think training results should be permanent, but to constantly update things game in game out would be too much of a hassle for Liam.

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    im in favour of training, frankly, because the people sitting on the sidelines game i, game out, can actually improve themselves, giving them a better chance of getting into the team, instead of sitting twidlling their thumbs.
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    then all the players in the system will be superstars. Including the players that have never played a game and are waiting for their chance to play.

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    I'm not against the idea of adding training into the game. However, perhaps next season when we hopefully have more players for squads the schedule could be reconfigured so that captains choose a sqaud of 13 for 2 5Day games and 1 or 2 1Day games for the week, then the players not chosen in that squad are put into two teams that might play only 1 5Day game and 1 1Day game in the same period. This would give the captains some sort of guide as to how the players are performing and would keep the players active. The two teams wouldn't have points or anything but could be considered as trial games or warm up games.
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    but then again, kearsley, thats why you have the added injury risk to balance out training.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketboy29
    but then again, kearsley, thats why you have the added injury risk to balance out training.
    But injuries don't make you any worse

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    Kyle has a reasonable idea there. Regardless of how many sign-ups we have, don't expand the teams, and then where players aren't playing arrange 2nd XI fixtures of some sort wherever possible.

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