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    i'm too lazy and annoyed to write down all the details but here's my experience: again all 4 players gain roughly the same in training as the the 4 players last season. this season used senior coach for 3 players for 1 week and for 1 player local coach for 2 weeks. this didn't seem to make any difference compared to last season when i hired no coaches.

    all 8 players train significantly slower than any academy player i got from the old academy.

    new academy: using very hard drill gives (at best) 1-2-2-2-1-2-2-2-1 SA points
    old academy: using very hard drill gave (at worst) 1-2-2-2-2-2-2-1 and at best 1-2-2...2's till infinity.
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    So today I will begin adding the data from season 128. I will add the number of the season in the table, so that we notice when something changes about the trainability of the players.

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    Also here is an example, that the data we collect actually makes sense and is an indicator for how fast the player gains in training together with his market value.
    We see here the 2 players from last seasons youth intake:

    S 127 MC Youan-Bi 56.4% + 37.0%
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    S 127 ST Kouadio 59.3% + 32.6%

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    It is clearly visible, that Youan-Bi is the faster trainer of both of these. He is lower rated, yet still has the higher market value compared to his teammate Kouadio.
    Youan-Bi was projected to gain 37.0% if we had assigned a head coach to him, while Kouadio only would have gained 32.6%.
    Of course Kouadio was the higher rated player to begin with, still the projected 32.6% were really low and similar numbers could be achieved by players who were almost 10% higher in their starting quality.

    If we further collect data, we can pretty safely say who of your players will be worth keeping and who will not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Der_Ryan_M View Post

    If we further collect data, we can pretty safely say who of your players will be worth keeping and who will not.
    I agree, lets keep collecting data. From my two teams the data for this season is below, in the format: Name, original quality, % increase with head coach

    GK D.Morse 68.00% 31.30%
    ST S.O'Callaghan 61.60% 32.50%
    AMC D.Lynch 60.30% 32.70%
    AMC C.Ormonde 59.70% 36.10%
    DR R.Owusu-Ansah 59.20% 36.20%
    ST J.Murphy 58.20% 36.40%
    ML J.Linney 57.40% 36.80%
    ST S.Cadogan 55.00% 37.40%

    From these I will be focussing on Ormonde and Owusu-Ansah as they seem to gain more % than they should do.
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