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    Default Physios and youth coaches

    Hello.

    Does anyone know, is there a reason to have more than one physio? Also, what kind of attribute does represent accurasy of injury time prediction?

    And why are youth coaches is needed, if i can make general coach to train my regens? Is there any benefit from assigning two coaches to same training?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: Physios and youth coaches

    More hands make light work. If you can afford more hands.

    Youth coaches are specialists in developing young players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobby_McDonald View Post
    More hands make light work. If you can afford more hands.

    Youth coaches are specialists in developing young players.
    i think everyone thinks like that but there is no proof about it. just we can hope these are true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b_raven View Post
    hello.

    Does anyone know, is there a reason to have more than one physio?
    no one has ever established any advantage.
    also, what kind of attribute does represent accurasy of injury time prediction?
    just he physio attribute
    and why are youth coaches is needed, if i can make general coach to train my regens?
    again, no one has established any advantage other than youth/specialist coaches generally ask fo rles wages.
    is there any benefit from assigning two coaches to same training?
    only to ensure low workload
    thanks in advance.

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    It's common sense that two good physios will be able to cope a lot better dealing with ten injuries than one good physio.

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    I think youth coaches produce better regens, even though i'm not confident on that one but i definitely sign plenty of youth coaches just to increase the chances

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobby_McDonald View Post
    It's common sense that two good physios will be able to cope a lot better dealing with ten injuries than one good physio.
    May be, but that's not always the correct logic to apply to team talks, press conferences etc. No one has ever succeeded in demonstrating that to be the case.

    Nb. I spend a lot of time in the Tactics & Training forum where these tests are reported; a place you don't go, S

    Same with your point Quads - it's an undemonstrated assumption, as you recognise.

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    Default Re: Physios and youth coaches

    I've heard both motivation and fitness as playing a part in a good physio...so I generally hire one physio with good motivation and physio attributes, and one with fitness and physio (which are harder to find.)

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