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{{Interwiki/Defensive positions}}
 
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The training type '''defensive positions''' trains the [[defending]] skill for [[Central Defender|central defender]]s, [[wingback]]s, [[inner midfielder]]s, [[winger]]s and [[goalkeeper]]s. This training type is not very popular at about 1% of all people. Note that [[defending training]] also trains the skill, for less people but at a faster rate.
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The training type '''defensive positions''' trains the [[defending]] skill for [[Central Defender|central defender]]s, [[wingback]]s, [[inner midfielder]]s, [[winger]]s and [[goalkeeper]]s. This training type is not very popular at about 2% of all people. Note that [[defending training]] also trains the skill, for less people but at a faster rate.
  
 
==Pros==
 
==Pros==
 
* Potentially able to train 22 players per week, using the 5-5-0 formation.
 
* Potentially able to train 22 players per week, using the 5-5-0 formation.
* Can play 5-4-1 and 4-5-1 and thus train 18 players per week.
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* Can play 5-4-1 and 4-5-1 and thus train 20 players per week.
  
 
==Cons==
 
==Cons==

Latest revision as of 17:51, 19 June 2019

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The training type defensive positions trains the defending skill for central defenders, wingbacks, inner midfielders, wingers and goalkeepers. This training type is not very popular at about 2% of all people. Note that defending training also trains the skill, for less people but at a faster rate.

Pros[edit]

  • Potentially able to train 22 players per week, using the 5-5-0 formation.
  • Can play 5-4-1 and 4-5-1 and thus train 20 players per week.

Cons[edit]

  • It takes much longer for players to increase defensive skill than if using Defending training.


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