Difference between revisions of "Goalkeeping training"

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* [[Goalkeeper]] is one of the most important positions on the field
 
* [[Goalkeeper]] is one of the most important positions on the field
 
* A good option for people with limited time
 
* A good option for people with limited time
* Enables a manager to use a very small squad, with the low [[wages]] that entails.
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* Enables a manager to use a very small squad, with the low [[wages]] that entails
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* Short-term [[injury|injuries]] may be partly compensated for by [[skilltrading]]
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* Fast training means rapid improvement in [[defence ratings]]
  
 
==Cons==
 
==Cons==
  
 
* All outfield upgrades must be paid for, as team does not improve through training
 
* All outfield upgrades must be paid for, as team does not improve through training
* [[Injury]] problems are more damaging than with any other type of training
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* Injury problems are more damaging than with any other type of training
 
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* Goalkeepers gain less value through training (in proportion to the number of trainees) than most other types of trainees
  
 
[[Category:Training types]]
 
[[Category:Training types]]

Revision as of 08:03, 17 February 2006

Goalkeeping training trains goalkeepers only, in their goalkeeping skill. Rougly 6% of the Hattrick population trains goalkeeping.

Pros

  • Incredibly simple, as there are no secondaries to consider
  • Very low start up costs
  • Flexibility of formation
  • Goalkeeper is one of the most important positions on the field
  • A good option for people with limited time
  • Enables a manager to use a very small squad, with the low wages that entails
  • Short-term injuries may be partly compensated for by skilltrading
  • Fast training means rapid improvement in defence ratings

Cons

  • All outfield upgrades must be paid for, as team does not improve through training
  • Injury problems are more damaging than with any other type of training
  • Goalkeepers gain less value through training (in proportion to the number of trainees) than most other types of trainees