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== Pros ==
 
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* Probably the best overall training type, especially in lower divisions
 
* You train 10 players (though 4 at half speed), which is the most after defending training.
 
* You train 10 players (though 4 at half speed), which is the most after defending training.
 
* A fast way of building an effective team, as midfield is the most important area in hattrick.
 
* A fast way of building an effective team, as midfield is the most important area in hattrick.

Revision as of 01:57, 3 January 2006

This type of training will train the skill Playmaking for Inner Midfielders and wingers (half rate). Midfield is considered the most important part of your team, so improving that is a good idea. This is the most popular training regime, as 22% of Hattrick managers train Playmaking.

Pros

  • Probably the best overall training type, especially in lower divisions
  • You train 10 players (though 4 at half speed), which is the most after defending training.
  • A fast way of building an effective team, as midfield is the most important area in hattrick.
  • Allows flexibility in your style of play, through clever use of secondary skills.
  • Since playmakers are in high demand, this might make you a lot of money.

Cons

  • Only 3-5-2 and 4-5-1 are viable formations from a training perspective.
  • You need 10 trainees, so start-up costs may be high.
  • When beginning this regime, your midfield rating might be very low if you've chose to train midfielders with either lower stamina or playmaking.
  • You cannot play the same midfield in league and cup matches and still train at maximum efficiency, which can limit your chances in one or the other.
  • You need to either buy trainees with high stamina, or switch to stamina training sometimes, because playmaking skill is dimished if a player doesn't have excellent stamina.
  • Everybody else is doing it. Do you want to follow the herd?