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==Facts==
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Improves the [[passing]] ability of your [[Inner Midfielder]]s, [[Winger]]s and [[Forward]]s
===Effects===
 
* Improves the [[passing]] ability of your players.
 
  
===Players affected===
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==Pros==
* [[Inner Midfielder]]s, [[Winger]]s, [[Forward]]s
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* you can train up to 16 players by using [[2-5-3]], and up to 14 players using standard [[formation]]s.
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* Since there are so many training spots, a loss of one of them during some weeks does not have that much impact on the whole training program, allowing to use a player in both matches during the week (this might lead to a better [[cup]] run, or similar) without noticeable drawbacks.
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* You can configure your squad by having different sets of trainees, making it easier to have replacements for your A-team.
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*  you can play [[3-4-3]] and [[3-5-2]] at your will without sacrifizing real training spots. You can discard a slot and also play [[4-4-2]]. This, combined with the possibility of having an ample set of substitutes, leads to a better-than-average tactical flexibility.
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* Since passing will be your player's second highest [[Skills|ability]] most of the times, its impact on the [[wages is lower]]. This allows creating [[multi skilled]] players that will have only a slightly higher wage as the same player with no passing, but better performance in the field.
  
==Observations==
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==Cons==
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* having 14 perfect (in market terms) trainees requires a investment that most teams cannot afford. A lot of millions need to be invested in trainees to get the maximum profit. Because of this, most of the time you can earn more money by training a primary skill.
===Benefits===
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* since the number of players with higher than excellent passing in the market is very low, it is hard to know the right price of such players. Most of the time you just have to be lucky an owner who likes passing spots your player at the moment of the deadline to have it sold. While this can be also a good thing, most of the time selling such players is a risk.
* '''Number of [[trainees]]''': you can train up to 16 players by using [[2-5-3]], and up to 14 players using standard [[formation]]s.  
 
:*Since there are so many training spots, a loss of one of them during some weeks does not have that much impact on the whole training program, allowing to use a player in both matches during the week (this might lead to a better [[cup]] run, or similar) without noticeable drawbacks.
 
:*You can configure your squad by having different sets of trainees, making it easier to have replacements for your A-team.
 
* '''Tactical flexibility''': you can play [[3-4-3]] and [[3-5-2]] at your will without sacrifizing real training spots. You can discard a slot and also play [[4-4-2]]. This, combined with the possibility of having an ample set of substitutes, leads to a better-than-average tactical flexibility.
 
* '''[[Wage]]s''': Since passing will be your player's second highest [[Skills|ability]] most of the times, its impact on the wages is lower. This allows creating [[multi skilled]] players that will have only a slightly higher wage as the same player with no passing, but better performance in the field.
 
  
===Drawbacks===
 
* '''Economical investment''': having 14 perfect (in market terms) trainees requires a investment that most teams cannot afford. A lot of millions need to be invested in trainees to get the maximum profit. Because of this, most of the time you can earn more money by training a primary skill.
 
* '''Market unpredictability''': since the number of players with higher than excellent passing in the market is very low, it is hard to know the right price of such players. Most of the time you just have to be lucky an owner who likes passing spots your player at the moment of the deadline to have it sold. While this can be also a good thing, most of the time selling such players is a risk.
 
 
===Formations===
 
[[3-5-2]] and [[3-4-3]] are the most popular, since they are the dominant formations at the moment. Some managers also play [[2-5-3]] in friendly matches, so they can use the extra-training spot.
 
 
===Popularity===
 
The number of [[user]]s training short passes is around 25.000, which is 4% of the total hattrick managers.
 
  
 
[[Category:Training types]]
 
[[Category:Training types]]

Revision as of 00:18, 14 December 2005

Improves the passing ability of your Inner Midfielders, Wingers and Forwards

Pros

  • you can train up to 16 players by using 2-5-3, and up to 14 players using standard formations.
  • Since there are so many training spots, a loss of one of them during some weeks does not have that much impact on the whole training program, allowing to use a player in both matches during the week (this might lead to a better cup run, or similar) without noticeable drawbacks.
  • You can configure your squad by having different sets of trainees, making it easier to have replacements for your A-team.
  • you can play 3-4-3 and 3-5-2 at your will without sacrifizing real training spots. You can discard a slot and also play 4-4-2. This, combined with the possibility of having an ample set of substitutes, leads to a better-than-average tactical flexibility.
  • Since passing will be your player's second highest ability most of the times, its impact on the wages is lower. This allows creating multi skilled players that will have only a slightly higher wage as the same player with no passing, but better performance in the field.

Cons

  • having 14 perfect (in market terms) trainees requires a investment that most teams cannot afford. A lot of millions need to be invested in trainees to get the maximum profit. Because of this, most of the time you can earn more money by training a primary skill.
  • since the number of players with higher than excellent passing in the market is very low, it is hard to know the right price of such players. Most of the time you just have to be lucky an owner who likes passing spots your player at the moment of the deadline to have it sold. While this can be also a good thing, most of the time selling such players is a risk.