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Every time your [[team]] plays a [[match]] with one of the 6 standard alternatives ([[4-3-3]], [[5-3-2]], [[3-5-2]], [[4-5-1]], [[3-4-3]], [[5-4-1]], it will acquire formation experience. Formation experience for [[4-4-2]] is always [[excellent]].  The team can't acquire formation experience with formations differing from the 6 standard alternatives; so if you want to use an [[extreme formation]], you'll have to put your trust in your [[player]]s' individual [[experience]].
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Every time your [[team]] plays a [[match]] with one of the 6 standard alternatives ([[4-3-3]], [[5-3-2]], [[3-5-2]], [[4-5-1]], [[3-4-3]], [[5-4-1]], it will acquire formation experience. Formation experience for [[4-4-2]] is always [[denominations|excellent]].  The team can't acquire formation experience with formations differing from the 6 standard alternatives; so if you want to use [[extreme formations]], you'll have to put your trust in your [[player]]s' individual [[experience]].
  
 
If you don't play with a certain formation, experience will decrease over time. A good idea is to always use an alternative, or switch between two alternatives. If you use more, it is not surprising that the players will get [[confusion|confused]]. Also, anytime you sell a player, you will risk losing formation experience.
 
If you don't play with a certain formation, experience will decrease over time. A good idea is to always use an alternative, or switch between two alternatives. If you use more, it is not surprising that the players will get [[confusion|confused]]. Also, anytime you sell a player, you will risk losing formation experience.

Revision as of 16:31, 16 December 2005

Every time your team plays a match with one of the 6 standard alternatives (4-3-3, 5-3-2, 3-5-2, 4-5-1, 3-4-3, 5-4-1, it will acquire formation experience. Formation experience for 4-4-2 is always excellent. The team can't acquire formation experience with formations differing from the 6 standard alternatives; so if you want to use extreme formations, you'll have to put your trust in your players' individual experience.

If you don't play with a certain formation, experience will decrease over time. A good idea is to always use an alternative, or switch between two alternatives. If you use more, it is not surprising that the players will get confused. Also, anytime you sell a player, you will risk losing formation experience.