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    Train or loan?

    Which is better for developing youngsters?

    a) loan them out to lower league teams, they get regular first team action but train in poor facilities + poor coaches

    b) keep them in your squad, they get regular reserve team action and maybe a few first team sub appearances. They train in top notch facilities + good coaches

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    If they get match time then loan. Match time does more for improvement than any training.
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    So, first team match time, regardless of level, is more valuable than Premiership reserve team match time?

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    when playing in spain, you can use CM explorer to add another human manager to control your b team and reach segunda.
    so you can train your players yourself and give them first team experience in a decent league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JLa View Post
    So, first team match time, regardless of level, is more valuable than Premiership reserve team match time?
    Yes. Providing they are getting a regular game.
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    Cheers!

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    And what about friendly games?

    I use to field youngsters in that kind of matches.

    Is it useful to improve their abilities?
    Or there is a difference between friendlies and official matches?

    Thank you for the help

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    Don't think friendlies have any impact


    Playing youngsters in games like European games that have relevance are great for improving youngsters. Later stages of cups help too

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