Crossing (Winger)

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This type of training will train the skill wing for wingers and wingbacks (half rate). About 4% of the managers train crossing. Note that Wing attacks will also train the wing skill, for more players (forwards as well) but at a slower rate.


  • Fastest training type (with goalkeeping).
  • Relative freedom in formations you can play.
  • Teams are unpredictable because of the ability to switch wing attacks
  • It is more profitable than often given credit for, providing you are training the right players


  • Trains the joint 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 wingback 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.
  • There are at least three different markets for finished wing trainees, and the wing trainer must be aware of all of them