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Assen
17-02-2011, 12:07
Hello,

I was thinking about training and attributes changing +/- on players.
I think that if your manage style is more fluid and you use creatively more,when the flair and creatively should increase more easy.
And opposite..If I play rigid style with no creatively then players creatively and flair should go down?
Same can go with running with ball and dribbling..
What do you think about it?

TheGulls
17-02-2011, 12:10
IRL how you play on the pitch can have little effect on your skill levels and 90% of a players attributes are developed on the training field.

milnerpoint
17-02-2011, 12:20
flair isnt taught, its a natural ability.

Sir_aLex
17-02-2011, 12:35
flair isnt taught, its a natural ability.

i wouldn't say that's a 100% true...in my opinion flair is mainly down to confidence and if a player has low confidence then they may have low flair...but you can always improve someone's confidence...

aelshar
17-02-2011, 12:42
i really really like the idea of classic leagues

play as man utd in 1999 and get the triple
play as newcastle in (was it 96 or 97) and love it as you actually beat them
pull of arsenals un beaten season

that and a chairman mode
a just for fun you control everything about the club, and can even appoint a manager to manage the squad
thats pie in he sky stuff though as it'd require a heck of a lot of work

milnerpoint
17-02-2011, 12:48
i wouldn't say that's a 100% true...in my opinion flair is mainly down to confidence and if a player has low confidence then they may have low flair...but you can always improve someone's confidence...

whilst i agree to a point, you still need to have the flamboyancy to be able to use it, anyone can build or lose confidence but not everyone can be flamboyant.

KrisL
17-02-2011, 15:44
I think he's right when it comes to the flair thing because a player with low confidence will be less willing to try the headline stuff than the likes of a player whos confidence is sky high and will try the headline because they will care less about the end result if it fails