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[[Defender]]s used for [[counter attack]] tactics (needing good passing), [[Offensive Wingback]]s (needing good wing and [[defending]]), and [[Forward toward wing|Forwards toward wing]] (needing good wing and [[scoring]]) are other possible multi-skilled players.
 
[[Defender]]s used for [[counter attack]] tactics (needing good passing), [[Offensive Wingback]]s (needing good wing and [[defending]]), and [[Forward toward wing|Forwards toward wing]] (needing good wing and [[scoring]]) are other possible multi-skilled players.
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Revision as of 23:11, 29 March 2007

Players that have two or more high level skills.

At the upper levels of the game this may mean utopian playmaking and outstanding passing, whilst lower down the scale, formidable wing with passable playmaking and excellent stamina might fit the bill.

Hattrick has been trying to encourage the use of multi-skilled players over the last few seasons, through things such as wages, and new orders.

There is some debate over how successful these efforts have been.

Wingers are the most popular and widely-trained multi-skilled players in Hattrick.

Defenders used for counter attack tactics (needing good passing), Offensive Wingbacks (needing good wing and defending), and Forwards toward wing (needing good wing and scoring) are other possible multi-skilled players.