From Hattrick
Revision as of 08:42, 24 August 2007 by (talk) (Reducing the SPAM)

Stamina is absolutely vital for any players who use playmaking. For inner midfielders it's not a secondary skill, but a primary one together with playmaking. One of the most common mistakes by playmaking trainers is to slowly increase stamina for their players. Playmakers with anything below solid stamina are a waste of resources in a league or cup game.

If a player does not have enough stamina, a serious drop in their playmaking contribution will be noticed, particularly during the second half of matches.

In addition to this main use, it is somewhat important for other players (see Special Event) and it is very important when using the Pressing tactics.

Stamina training is the only way of improving this skill. It is not used very often, as it may drain the form of players in the squad.

From August 2006 new rules apply. The stamina will be reduced over time, with approximately 1-2 levels lost per season.

From July 2007 other rules are applied, namely that the stamina training is a percentage of your normal training, varying between 5% and 100%.

Midfield Stamina Effect

The following contents are based on experience and/or research conducted by Hattrick users — which means that their veracity and accuracy have not been confirmed by any official statement, and consequently they do not necessarily reflect the game reality. Please take this into consideration!

The following percentage gives the impact of stamina on the midfield rating for a player with the same form/experience/playmaking rating

Formidable 100%
Excellent 100%
Solid 91%
Passable 81%
Inadequate 72%
Weak 63%
Poor 53%
Wretched 44%
Disastrous 35%