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elland road boo boys
17-07-2010, 07:15
Not sure if this has been brought up before, but what are the most important stats for these staff members that are more essential than others?

Cougar2010
17-07-2010, 09:38
Damn, I wish someone had thought about discussing staff attributes before ;)

Do a search to find the more in depth answers but as a general guideline:


Physios: Physio (surprisingly).

Scouts: JPA & JPP mainly. I also like tactical knowledge for those scouting your next opposition.

Coaches: Relevant coaching attributes + determination, motivation & discipline.

AMs: Depends what you want them to do. If you want them to coach then as a coach, if you want them to judge your squad than as a scout or if you want them to do team talks etc then motivating, tactical knowledge & man management.

elland road boo boys
17-07-2010, 10:30
Thanks. That was all I wanted was a General Guide!!!

Is sarcasm a poor form of wit?

BathPalace
17-07-2010, 11:02
Is sarcasm a poor form of wit?

No, that's what victims of sarcasm say to save face.

DivineOne
18-07-2010, 11:21
Scouts: JPA & JPP mainly. I also like tactical knowledge for those scouting your next opposition.


+determination, the more determination they've got, the more results.

ozzay
18-07-2010, 11:33
the stats are pretty self explanatory champ,

djvandyke
18-07-2010, 16:11
A quick guide to coaches.

All coaches must have a good combination of Determination, Discipline & Motivation. If he is lacking in one the these attributes then he must be very strong in the other two to make up for it.

They must also be very strong in these coaching attributes.

Strength or Aerobic Training:
Fitness

Goalkeeping Training:
Goalkeepers

Tactical Training:
Tactical

Ball Control Training:
Technical
Mental

Defending Training:
Defending
Tactical

Attacking Training:
Attacking
Tactical

Shooting Training:
Technical
Attacking

Set Pieces Training:
Attacking
Mental
Technical

elland road boo boys
18-07-2010, 17:31
Many Thanks for the sensible replies lads. You keep my faith in these Forums.

Cougar2010
18-07-2010, 17:53
If you are going to post a guide like that do it properly otherwise it can be misleading.




Below DDM = Determination + Discipline + Motivation.


Strength or Aerobic Training:
Fitness + DDM (Fitness is approx four times more important than DDM)

Goalkeeping Training:
Goalkeepers + DDM (GK is twice as important as DDM)

Tactical Training:
Tactical + DDM (Tactical is twice as important as DDM)

Ball Control Training:
Technical (Technical is twice as important as Mental and three times more important than DDM)
Mental
DDM

Defending Training:
Defending (Defending is around three times more important than the rest which are all equal)
Tactical
DDM

Attacking Training:
Attacking (Attacking is twice as important as Tactical and three times more important than DDM)
Tactical
DDM

Shooting Training:
Technical (Technical is twice as important as Attacking and three times more important than DDM)
Attacking
DDM

Set Pieces Training:
Attacking (Attacking, Mental & Technical are all equal and all 50% more important than DDM)
Mental
Technical
DDM

elland road boo boys
18-07-2010, 18:21
If you are going to post a guide like that do it properly otherwise it can be misleading.

Cougar2010 Forgive me if I am wrong, but shouldn't it read like this.

Fitness Coach Fitness x 9 Add DDM x 2

GK Coach GK x 2 Add DDM x 2

Tactics Tactical Coaching x 2 Add DDM

Ball Control Technical x 6 Add Mentality x 3 Add DDM x 2

Defence Defending x 8 Add (Tactical plus DDM) x 3

Attack Attacking x 6 Add Tactics x 3 Add DDM x 2

Shooting Technical x 6 Add Attacking x 3 Add DDM x 2

Set Pieces (Attacking Add Mentality Add Technical) x 3 Add DDM x 2

Cougar2010
18-07-2010, 18:28
That looks about right :thup:

Knock the *2 off the DDM on GK though.

elland road boo boys
19-07-2010, 06:43
So just straight forward DDM then?