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    Trainer question

    Now that I have a decent quality squad...do I,
    Concentrate training on improving the 4* to a 5* ( improve squad depth) , or
    Improve the 5* ( improve the individual players), or
    work on the fast trainers only ( selected players)

    My thoughts are on improving the squad.
    Your experience please.

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    Sell your 4* and buy 5* player that are close to the 6* in your level it's 54 of quality I think
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    The same I say everyday for my experience, if, a player have good statistics, keep this player in your team, it doesn't matter if he have 4 stars and all team have 7, if he, is programmed to have good statistics, for example.. when he have a level in the Attack habilities of 5*, he will work in this sense, and will be good always.
    So, try to know your team, try to see if like in my case there is a player that in corner works well in the 70-80% of cases. And if you have a player for 2nd half, a ST or a MC that scores for you playing only 35 minutes, try to see that, and take advantadge of that.
    My training is based in the Fifa experience, I always buy in this game the faster and resistant players, so, thats why I train first this side.
    Other things to see are the hidden habilities... but, is what I say, I know my team, and you have to know your team bro'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salifc View Post
    Sell your 4* and buy 5* player that are close to the 6* in your level it's 54 of quality I think
    Correct, 55 is 6* at level 7

    And what happens if I cannot afford a squad of 6* players just yet?
    What if my 4* are 19/ 20 yrs old, who dropped from 5 or regained 4*?

    Which route do I go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salifc View Post
    Sell your 4* and buy 5* player that are close to the 6* in your level it's 54 of quality I think
    totally agree with this strategy

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    If you have young fast trainers, just dont lose any chance of training between matchs, thats what i do, and i hVe players that gaine 90SP season, even without spend greens, sometimes i just use a few greens If they are already near the next star.

    As Khris said, some players will play good no matter the stars.
    Last season my second Best ST was 3* with 18 goals in 22 games. My Best MC was a 31 years old 4* the weaker of all my MCs in Q.
    My ML /AML is in His 6th season, he is now only 3* but in 3 games, 2 assists, as Been always one of the players with more goals scored.
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    THIS GAME IS TO RANDOM! I STOP WAISTING MY TIME!

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    If you don't have tokens and/or money to buy players check how many skill points your young players get after full training if they don't win at least 2 points after train match cardio and stretching don't waste your time
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    In my limited experience my fast trainers were also good performers on the pitch. They hardly got any rating below 7 and more often then not outperformed better quality players in my team. Would you say this is typical?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fugazi View Post
    In my limited experience my fast trainers were also good performers on the pitch. They hardly got any rating below 7 and more often then not outperformed better quality players in my team. Would you say this is typical?
    I agree, Fast trainers do seem to be good workers on the field as we'll.