Difference between revisions of "Crossing (Winger)"

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* Trains the least number of players after goalkeeping.
 
* Trains the least number of players after goalkeeping.
 
* A lower midfield rating if your trainees don't have high [[playmaking]].
 
* A lower midfield rating if your trainees don't have high [[playmaking]].
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* Difficult to know what to do with the [[half slots]]
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* [[Secondary skills]] are very important, and because of this, [[newbie]]s find it difficult to buy good trainees
 
* Some people claim that wing skill doesn't give a price relative to other skills. This might change in the future because of the recent change that gave forwards less influence in attack ratings on the wings.
 
* Some people claim that wing skill doesn't give a price relative to other skills. This might change in the future because of the recent change that gave forwards less influence in attack ratings on the wings.

Revision as of 16:28, 30 November 2005

This type of training will train the skill Wing for wingers and wingbacks (half rate).

Pros

Cons

  • Trains the least number of players after goalkeeping.
  • A lower midfield rating if your trainees don't have high playmaking.
  • Difficult to know what to do with the half slots
  • Secondary skills are very important, and because of this, newbies find it difficult to buy good trainees
  • Some people claim that wing skill doesn't give a price relative to other skills. This might change in the future because of the recent change that gave forwards less influence in attack ratings on the wings.