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    Default Red bars on training

    What do they mean?

    Do they mean a player is being overtrained or that he's doing the best ever possible?

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    Default Re: Red bars on training

    They measure how well your players are doing in particular types of training

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    Red... bars? I'm not quite following here... do you mean red arrows?

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    Default Re: Red bars on training

    Oh, I found out they aren't red in the original skin, but light blue.
    http://img504.imageshack.us/my.php?i...d095tmpxo8.jpg

    Anyway, why some of these bars change colours after they're higher than a certain threshold

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    oh those bars, I was thinking of something completely different...

    Those training levels bars seriously confuse me though...why would a bar with medium training be lower than the one with none....
    At any rate, the training progress is how well the player has progressed in the given months. As you can see this player has had a steady level of improvement, but declined significantly in april and may. Probably due to injury.

    And the colour is probably there to make it easier to read.

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    Default Re: Red bars on training

    I was just wondering what the colours actually meant.. from July onwards they become light blue, and I wondered if it meant overtraining or just good training.

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