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With this training type all [[players]] in your squad recieve [[training]] in the [[set pieces]] skill, whether or not they played a [[game]] that week.
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Regardless of age this training takes about 2 weeks for a player to raise a level.
 
  
Set pieces training is concidered to be one of the most lucrative training types in the game. However, it is done by only 2% of all hattrickers. Note that [[shooting]] also trains [[set pieces]] (as well as [[scoring]]), but at a much slower rate.
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With this training type all [[players]] playing match recieve [[training]] in the [[set pieces]] skill that week.Also, the Set pieces Taker and the Goal Keeper receives 25% bonus training.
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Regardless of age this training takes about 2.2 weeks for a player to raise a level. About 2% of the managers train set pieces. When you train Set Pieces, your Goalkeeper and your Set Pieces Taker will get a 25% bonus on training. To optimize training, you can set up the set pieces taker - in case your regular one is being substituted - using the Penalty Takers tab. If your SP Taker will be substituted, the second player from the Penalty Takers tab will do the job, not the substitute.
  
 
== Pros ==
 
== Pros ==
* Hugely profitable when done well
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* Train up to 22 players
* train up to 50 players<br>
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* Freedom of [[formation]]
* training regardless of age<br>
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* Hugely profitable (when done well)
* freedom of [[formation]]<br>
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* Great return on investment (the more you invest, the more you get)
* Does not increase the [[wages]] of your players
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* Training regardless of age
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* Increase the [[wages]] of your players only a little
  
 
== Cons ==
 
== Cons ==
* Massive start-up costs to be done effectively (approx 10 million EUR)
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* Massive start-up costs to be done effectively
* many [[transfers]] and [[Transfers#TS-Drop|TS-Hits]]<br>
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* Compared to "normal" training types, it requires more [[transfers]] and therefore more [[Transfers#TS-Drop|team spirit hits]] will occur
* Players lose [[form]] when not playing<br>
 
* Very time intensive in real world terms
 
* Players will often need to be listed several times before selling
 
 
* There is only a finite number of Set Piece players needed, so this type can only support a limited number of trainers
 
* There is only a finite number of Set Piece players needed, so this type can only support a limited number of trainers
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Set pieces training was previously considered to be one of the most lucrative training types in the game. It is trained by only 1% of all hattrickers. Note that [[shooting]] also trains [[set pieces]] (as well as [[scoring]]), but at a much slower rate.
  
 
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[[Category:Training types]]

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With this training type all players playing match recieve training in the set pieces skill that week.Also, the Set pieces Taker and the Goal Keeper receives 25% bonus training. Regardless of age this training takes about 2.2 weeks for a player to raise a level. About 2% of the managers train set pieces. When you train Set Pieces, your Goalkeeper and your Set Pieces Taker will get a 25% bonus on training. To optimize training, you can set up the set pieces taker - in case your regular one is being substituted - using the Penalty Takers tab. If your SP Taker will be substituted, the second player from the Penalty Takers tab will do the job, not the substitute.

Pros[edit]

  • Train up to 22 players
  • Freedom of formation
  • Hugely profitable (when done well)
  • Great return on investment (the more you invest, the more you get)
  • Training regardless of age
  • Increase the wages of your players only a little

Cons[edit]

  • Massive start-up costs to be done effectively
  • Compared to "normal" training types, it requires more transfers and therefore more team spirit hits will occur
  • There is only a finite number of Set Piece players needed, so this type can only support a limited number of trainers

Set pieces training was previously considered to be one of the most lucrative training types in the game. It is trained by only 1% of all hattrickers. Note that shooting also trains set pieces (as well as scoring), but at a much slower rate.