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Thread: Strong young player training at low speed

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    Strong young player training at low speed

    Hi there I have a concern about a new MC I acquired recently.
    It's almost 5 star (24 quality when most of my players are around 17-22) and he has 18 years, but it trains at the speed of a player of 23-24 years.
    My other players of 18-19 years train at double of his speed, I can't understand why it's like that.
    It's simply the player bad at training (i know that sometimes happens) or he is slow because he's simply too strong compared to my other players?
    I'm asking because i need to know if it's worth keeping him.

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    Not all 18 year olds are fast trainers. Some are very slow and that's just how the game is.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dv8r View Post
    Not all 18 year olds are fast trainers. Some are very slow and that's just how the game is.
    damn, 3/4 of my balance gone for a lazy ass

    thanks anyway

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    The market value of a player indicates a players potential, i.e. if two youngsters have the same quality but different market values, then the one with the higher market value will be a better trainer.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Rath View Post
    The market value of a player indicates a players potential, i.e. if two youngsters have the same quality but different market values, then the one with the higher market value will be a better trainer.
    thanks for the tip
    now that i think about it, that player was surprisingly cheap compared to the other youngsters of the same level
    lesson learned

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    Well, if he has good Q for now & you didn't pay a ton, not a bad lesson! Sounds like you could use him and sell him off at the season end.
    Some of the slow youngsters are basically the "free" youth from levels above, they will be the "ducks". The value compared to others is the best gauge of train speed, for sure there is no exact way to tell, until you get them, but avoid the too good to be true price.
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