View Full Version : What exactly does Creativity in trainining mean?

17-07-2010, 20:34
As it is paired with passing, I thought it is probably to do with creativity in terms of passing. However, when sorting out my wingers, I thought, does it mean creativity in terms of beating a man out of nothing and creating a chance that way?
Thanks in advance
Superb typing in the title there ;)

17-07-2010, 20:58
Creativity in FM is a players ability and vision to see a potential opening. But not his ability to actually make the most of it. So I think while it's most important for a playmaker to have it, I'm sure it's great for wingers as well, as if one is great at seeing openings, whether that's a gap to run into, or a crossing opportunity, it can only help.

17-07-2010, 21:07
Thanks mate

Brian Shanahan
17-07-2010, 21:14
Well it's good for any midfielder, forward or full-back (especially if you let them forward), if you are going to play a short-passing, expressive game.

18-07-2010, 03:28
Beating a man out of nothing relies more on flair than creativity.