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celtcolm1
23-01-2009, 18:42
Any thoughts?

atonement
23-01-2009, 18:44
i like his scouting abilities to be quite high for assessing players when i try to sign them

man managements a good one for team talk advice too

im never too concerned with the actual coaching attributes

though if im a lower league team with a tiny coaching staff, i will look more towards someone with a smattering of coaching ability

anagain
23-01-2009, 18:45
Personally, motivation and some degree of tactical awareness. I'll employ coaches to look after defensive, attacking and goalkeeping training.

Someone with a good level of man-management skills and the ability to judge players well will go down a treat too. I often send my AssMan to go look at players I like.

tcoleman1
23-01-2009, 21:15
following a guide i read. i personally think a good assistant manager should have good man management, good judging player ability and possibly potential. tactical knowledge is good if you have to serve a touchline ban or go on holiday then he can take over, level of discipline and maybe adapting if he is foreign could help too.

hilton210916
23-01-2009, 21:20
Funny, kind considerate the usual

kristoaster
24-01-2009, 00:48
judging player ability
motivating
judging player potential
tactical knowledge

in that order

Carl_272
24-01-2009, 01:06
Nice eyes and GSOH.

ftg87
24-01-2009, 01:06
GSOH, wears a wig and has a pet cat called Mr. Nibbles

To be serious for a second, generally what kristoaster said, but I also try to find one with good coaching abilities that fit into my schedule to help maintain the whole 7 star malarky