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kakabunny
19-07-2010, 19:13
yes i know, a needless thread but i wanted a quck answer

i currently have Andrea Pirlo tutoring Pjanic at Milan, but last week Pjanic got an injury and he's out for 4 months

does Pirlo still tutor him over this time and does he still learn? although he is injured, it does still say being tutored on the little icon thing

thx

kakabunny
19-07-2010, 19:52
sorry for the bump but anyone know the answer?

mg539
19-07-2010, 20:04
I presume they continue to be tutored when injured, but I've no evidence for it.

kakabunny
19-07-2010, 20:19
I presume they continue to be tutored when injured, but I've no evidence for it.


Hmmm thanks, for the reply

anyone have a more definitive answer?

StormenDK
19-07-2010, 20:21
It does ... doesn't matter if the youngster or tutor is injured :) .... though I am not certain about whether it affects the chances of picking up PPMs.

kakabunny
19-07-2010, 20:26
It does ... doesn't matter if the youngster or tutor is injured :) .... though I am not certain about whether it affects the chances of picking up PPMs.



Oh okay thanks for that, cos i rly didnt want to have to get Pirlo to teach Pjanic again, once he return from his 4 month injury (which was rly aggravating btw)

are there any other advantages to tutoring other than the person getting tutored picking up the tutors ppm's (sorry im new to the tutoring business) ?

John Smith
19-07-2010, 20:29
If the player has a long-term injury, you will receive a message saying that training has been terminated due to injury.

jod123
19-07-2010, 20:30
Oh okay thanks for that, cos i rly didnt want to have to get Pirlo to teach Pjanic again, once he return from his 4 month injury (which was rly aggravating btw)

are there any other advantages to tutoring other than the person getting tutored picking up the tutors ppm's (sorry im new to the tutoring business) ?

Their mental stats will change to be more like their tutor i.e. if Pirlo has high determination and Pjanic has low determination then Pjanic's determination can increase.

jod123
19-07-2010, 20:31
If the player has a long-term injury, you will receive a message saying that training has been terminated due to injury.

That is in reference to training a new PPM though, not tutoring.

John Smith
19-07-2010, 20:31
are there any other advantages to tutoring other than the person getting tutored picking up the tutors ppm's (sorry im new to the tutoring business) ?

A good tutor will improve the mental attributes of the tutee, which will affect his rate of growth i.e. CA gain.

John Smith
19-07-2010, 20:32
That is in reference to training a new PPM though, not tutoring.

You may be right. Haven't touched FM for some time so I could be rusty.

kakabunny
19-07-2010, 20:32
Ah thanks for all the reply's guys

really do appreicate it

cheers again

StormenDK
19-07-2010, 20:47
Tutoring is a double-edged sword :)

If the tutor has good mental/hidden attributes he can shift the youngster's stats alot. But if his stats are bad (and it can be hard to guess sometimes) he can actually make the youngster's stats worse. So don't just team up any old player with a youngster.

Also their personalities can clash, ending the tutoring prematurely, and causing them to dislike each other, which can cause you problems later on.

Brose
20-07-2010, 17:12
Tutoring an unambitious youngster into a fairly ambitious player could be pretty helpful.

oranjeman
20-07-2010, 17:15
i know if your trying to teach a player a specific move such as "shoots with power" etc an injury will end his progression in gaining that special move..