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    I would say handling is most important for gk's, but who knows. If I play a GK with low jumping the opposition will often score by outjumping the gk, yet it rarely happens to AI keepers with a similar jumping attribute it seems

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    Decisions seems to be very important too. Would go for high decisions over the 'known' good attributes

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    I just had a quick look at players in the 1st tier England and the 2nd Tier for England.

    I was looking for players with high decisons and/or high workrate

    I noticed a lot of time that a star player of a team has decent level of decisions 14/15+ and decent level workrate 14/15+.

    So good decisions AND workrate means a decent player.

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    I always look for Anticipation, Determination and Positioning in all players. If they can stay one step ahead, stick to their designated position (let's face it, tactics are pretty much everything) and are driven every game then you're onto a winner. Obviously for a central defender for example I'll always look for Heading, Marking, Tackling etc. too.

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    Good point. I am starting to think decent anticipation, decisions, determination, and workrate can over-ride poor stats elsewhere.

    I have yet to find a player that proves it though.

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    Guide for attributes

    Guys I remember seeing on a thread a list of attributes ranked for each position. I can't seem to find it anymore

    i.e GK

    Handling
    Reflexes

    Does anybody have a link to the guide or knows what I am talking about?

    Many Thanks

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    Eejit covers that somewhere in this thread i think

    http://champman0102.co.uk/showthread.php?t=714


    Nope

    It is in the first post here though

    http://champman0102.co.uk/showthread.php?t=7674

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    Hi thank you for replying,

    That isn't the information I'm looking for. I rember seeing a post on player key stats for each postion.

    For example Dmc:

    1) postioning, teamwork
    2) tackling

    Does abybody remember this post?

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    second post spoiler in the 2nd link

    nope, it isn't actually

    Where's Fods....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 316'sRegen View Post

    Where's Fods....
    ???

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    This is what you're looking for i guess.


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    When CMAgent calculates the rating it uses in-game values for CA15 attributes, but not intrinsic values. Therefore, this rating is useless. Am I right or not?

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    Hi Everyone,

    I got 2 questions for you. Those look like a basic questions

    1. Sometimes, i can't decide where to put at for player who has position as AM LR, and actually he has left foot as his specialty. Should i put him on the right side (since he has two abilities L&R) or the other?
    2. What if a player as a FWD position and he has his specialty on his left foot. However the formation would be 4.4.2, then there will be two FWDs. Which position should i fit him? Left side or the right side?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thithoe View Post
    Hi Everyone,

    I got 2 questions for you. Those look like a basic questions

    1. Sometimes, i can't decide where to put at for player who has position as AM LR, and actually he has left foot as his specialty. Should i put him on the right side (since he has two abilities L&R) or the other?
    2. What if a player as a FWD position and he has his specialty on his left foot. However the formation would be 4.4.2, then there will be two FWDs. Which position should i fit him? Left side or the right side?
    1. If he has good crossing I would put him on the left side, but if he has good long shot and finishing, I would put him on the right. Depends on your other winger as well.

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    It completely depends on your tactic as well. If your wingers are crossing the ball then you indeed want them on the side of their strongest foot. However, if your wingers are not set to crossing but are on short passing and run with ball, you probably might want to put them on the opposite side, much like Arjen Robben.

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    Key Player attributes

    I remember someone on the old forum once doing research & finding the key attributes in certain positions. I can't remember who made it, but I remember using it is a template & pretty much winning everything with any team.

    Anyway, I'd obviously copied it & I've found it on my old laptop. Credit to whoever made it. Key attributes marked with a *. Feel free to add anything extra:

    Goalkeeper
    * handling, one on ones(hidden), positioning, reflexes
    4 agility
    3 anticipation
    2 bravery, jumping
    1 acceleration, pace, balance

    Defender Centre
    * marking, positioning, tackling
    5 anticipation
    4 bravery, jumping, strength
    3 acceleration, pace
    2 decisions, heading, teamwork, determination
    1 agility, stamina, work rate

    Defender Right/Left
    * acceleration, pace, positioning
    5 tackling
    4 teamwork, work rate
    3 agility, anticipation, bravery, determination
    2 crossing, decisions, dribbling, off the ball, passing, stamina, strength, technique

    Defensive Midfielder
    * positioning, tackling, teamwork, work rate
    4 anticipation, bravery, determination
    3 acceleration, marking, pace, passing, stamina, strength
    2 balance, decisions, jumping, technique
    1 agility

    Attacking Midfielder
    * creativity, passing
    5 technique
    4 decisions, flair, off the ball
    3 acceleration, agility, anticipation, determination, dribbling, pace, teamwork
    2 finishing, long shots, stamina
    1 balance, heading, work rate

    wingers
    * acceleration, pace, dribbling, crossing
    5 technique
    4 agility, flair, off the ball
    3 determination, passing, creativity
    2 anticipation, decisions, finishing, long shots, stamina
    1 balance, teamwork, work rate

    Fast Striker
    * acceleration, pace, finishing, off the ball
    4 agility, anticipation, dribbling, flair, technique
    3 determination, decisions
    2 balance, stamina, creativity
    1 heading, long shots, passing, strenght

    Target Striker
    * heading, jumping, finishing, off the ball
    5 strength
    4 acceleration, anticipation, flair, pace, technique
    3 determination, decisions
    2 agility, balance, bravery, dribbling, long shots, passing, stamina, creativity, teamwork, work rate

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    I think Marc Vaughn has mentioned that in lower division, physical attributes dominates.

    In lower division, high positioning of over 15 and high jumping of at least 13 will make a central defender unbeatable. In high level, with positioning, tackling near max and good jumping, nothing else seems to matter.
    For attacking players, off the ball is OP. In lower division, if you find players who are near 20 in off the ball, you see him get super high rating and nothing else seems to matter. In high level, in addition to off the ball, I go for high technique, high passing, and dribbling.

    Unless you want to role play, you don't need wide players. All super tactics are based on centralized play without having any wide players.

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