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    have you ever tried your schedule for lower league? that will drain most of the players condition to bellow 90%, even for the best player.

    FYI: I used to play this game on windows ME back in around 2003/2004. Then I stop playing this game because I don't know how to setup the training schedule. I saw the other team's youth player improve their stats, mine doesn't. That makes me frustrated. I decided to never play this game ever again. I broke my CD, uninstalled the game and deleting all files related to it. I did spend money for the game, spend time trying to figure out how it work, but after all I still don't get it. Don't have a clue for proper training program, and the game developer remain silent till this day. Never give any hint how to train players properly. All we have so far, different training setup from each user/gamer. That is sucks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BADjoel View Post
    have you ever tried your schedule for lower league? that will drain most of the players condition to bellow 90%, even for the best player.

    FYI: I used to play this game on windows ME back in around 2003/2004. Then I stop playing this game because I don't know how to setup the training schedule. I saw the other team's youth player improve their stats, mine doesn't. That makes me frustrated. I decided to never play this game ever again. I broke my CD, uninstalled the game and deleting all files related to it. I did spend money for the game, spend time trying to figure out how it work, but after all I still don't get it. Don't have a clue for proper training program, and the game developer remain silent till this day. Never give any hint how to train players properly. All we have so far, different training setup from each user/gamer. That is sucks!
    Ok mate, download this, extract the files to desktop and then copy and paste the whole raining folder into your main CM 01/02 Folder.

    https://www.sendspace.com/file/1y49zb

    Once you do that if load up the game, go to squad screen and training.

    Click on one of the empty training boxes, click schedule and load, it will open up the training folders that you can then use.

    Drag your players into their specific training and off you go!

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    Red face Best training settings

    Can somone tell me or give me the best training setting for a team in this game? and also for the young players in my squad ?

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    Talking Best training settings

    Can someone help me with the best training for a team and the best training for the young players ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harmdrago View Post
    Can someone help me with the best training for a team and the best training for the young players ?
    Download Fods's above link and use it

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    Hi Guys

    Great thread ! Does anyone know which abilities tactics and skills affect? i guess fitness, shooting and goalkeeping is straight forward.. Don't know if anyone already explained it (cant find it)? but would be nice to know which effects what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc1986 View Post
    Hi Guys

    Great thread ! Does anyone know which abilities tactics and skills affect? i guess fitness, shooting and goalkeeping is straight forward.. Don't know if anyone already explained it (cant find it)? but would be nice to know which effects what?
    Stickied thread at the top of this sub-forum called "everything there is to know about training"

    Everything there is to know about training - by The Eejit

    https://r.tapatalk.com/shareLink?url...3&share_type=t

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fods View Post
    Ok mate, download this, extract the files to desktop and then copy and paste the whole raining folder into your main CM 01/02 Folder.

    https://www.sendspace.com/file/1y49zb

    Once you do that if load up the game, go to squad screen and training.

    Click on one of the empty training boxes, click schedule and load, it will open up the training folders that you can then use.

    Drag your players into their specific training and off you go!
    Link die, pls reupload, tks

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    Wow... I really must try some of these... I usually don't have different training sets for different middlefielders (Attacking, defending and even wng-backs).

    My biggest question is about players in need of a rest. What do you usually do in terms of training? And how much does he need to rest to get back into full form... like... a month without playing in the middle of the season helps? (like... december and january when there are less games)?

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    I usually just put him on no training, and dont put him in the squad. Should be fine within a week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomtep View Post
    Link die, pls reupload, tks
    https://www.sendspace.com/file/4wsbf9

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    Quote Originally Posted by troza View Post
    My biggest question is about players in need of a rest. What do you usually do in terms of training?
    I do nothing, and if the player is above 94% he'll play the next match. Players who are 'exhausted' may get slightly lighter training and be out of the team a game or two if he can be spared.

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    I only up (Gk) Fitness from Light to Normal.

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    I never touch to General box. All Medium.
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    In addition i create (Pt) Punishment training. All intensive.
    I move players from (General) to (PT) for 2-3 weeks period who did fitness worry. (i also warn or fine them for unprofessional behaviour)
    Last edited by scemoka; 12-04-17 at 12:00 PM.

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    I do training like @scemoka with everyone on General (All Medium) and upping the GK schedule for Fitness (and Tactics for the Positioning attribute) in order to have 1 Intensive, 1 Light and 2 Medium (I think that's equivalent to 4 Mediums).

    What I found was more important though is the coaches. Having the correct assignment for the coaches makes a huge difference. Your entire team will be "in the green" and coaches will regularly notify you than your players are improving.

    Reading through the threads in this forum, and from personal experience, having each category of training (Fitness, Tactics, Shooting, Skills, GKing) covered with a total of 50-55 coaching points is the way to go. What I also found very informative was the document written by Marc Vaughan (in the Tools section of the Downloads). In that doc, he gives emphasis on the "Judging ability" attribute of the coaches (as opposed to the scouts). Judging PA/CA by a coach help in determining how much training the coach gives each player in the assigned category. So a coach with good ability judging would see who of the players has more potential for improvement and the result is that coach will give you regular notification on who has improved. Another thing I found very useful from that doc is that "Discipline", "Youngsters", and "Tactical Knowledge" attributes has special boosting effect on "Fitness", "Skills", and "Tactics" training categories.

    So the way I assign coaches is following those 3 rules:
    1. Coaches must have good "Judging Ability" attributes.
    2. Individual coaching points for outfield players and GK are not important at all, what's important is the total points per training category (best between 50-55).
    3. Coaches doing "Fitness" must have high "Discipline", doing "Skills" must have high "Working with Youngsters", and doing "Tactics" must have high "Tactical Knowledge".

    Hope this helps.

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    Has anyone experimented with absolutely blasting the players for a while? I'm thinking of putting all my wide players and central midfielders at least on intensive fitness, tactics and skill to see how/if it accelerates development. Obviously a larger squad would be needed.

    Anyone had positive (or negative) results with this kind of thing?

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    I do that for all my youths, see lots of green in the attributes section

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psmith View Post
    Youth(everyone that is 24 and under no matter how good they are)
    Fitness:Intensive
    Tactics:Intensive
    Shooting:Intensive
    Skill:Intensive
    Goalkeeping:Light
    It's not a good idea. If your youth player reaches it's peak, he is not going to get any better. You don't want your youth player to reach his peak by learning useless skills. I have developed some very useful players in the highest who only have ability in the 130 ~ 140's. Each player in his position only needs a handful of key attributes to be successful. For example, my leading scorer has finishing and dribbling of 20 and everything else is crap. When I had him as a youth player, his finishing and dribbling were like 13-14 or so. But if his other skills were improved drastically, he would not have gotten to 20.

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    My training routines at the moment, are General - Technique intensive all the rest medium. Goalkpeers, Fitness on medium, tactics on medium, GK Intensive, technique light, no shooting training.

    Thing is, the players develop and I easily beat the national leagues I'm in, but when it comes to Champions League or UEFA it changes my results, I have to put Technique and Tactical training on Intensive in General training so I can get results.. Is this normal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeman View Post
    It's not a good idea. If your youth player reaches it's peak, he is not going to get any better. You don't want your youth player to reach his peak by learning useless skills. I have developed some very useful players in the highest who only have ability in the 130 ~ 140's. Each player in his position only needs a handful of key attributes to be successful. For example, my leading scorer has finishing and dribbling of 20 and everything else is crap. When I had him as a youth player, his finishing and dribbling were like 13-14 or so. But if his other skills were improved drastically, he would not have gotten to 20.
    The problem is that the training categories will affect attributes that you just don't need. For example, to train the "Dribbling" attribute you need the "Skills" category at intensive. The problem is that the "Skills" category will also affect the "Crossing" and the "Tackling" attributes (also Heading, Passing, and Technique). For a 'lead scorer', you certainly don't need to train Crossing or Tackling, but it will happen and you don't have control over that. The same goes with the "Tactics" category which trains "Off the ball" attribute, which is needed for striker, but also the "Positioning" attribute which is certainly not needed.

    The game is probably set in that way to prevent players from training youth into specific desirable areas resulting in freakish attributes (like 15-20 in all attacking attributes and 1-5 in all defending attributes).

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