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coaching attributes and player-coach relations


itay.bing

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it might be nice if coaches who are not good in discipline or motivating could still train (almost) as good as coaches with higher stats provided that the players have good personalities. a professional player does what the coach tell him to do even if he isn't looking, and a driven player does not need a coach with good motivating in order to give 110% in every training session.that way there will be a clear distinction between determination-"how much effort the coach puts in to make sure the players train in the most advanced and efficient ways", should have an effect on his progression rate as he constantly seeks better training methods,discipline-"how does he handle players that take shortcuts and how well he spots players that are not doing the drill right",is less meaningful if players are at a good level and are naturally disciplined and motivating-"how good is he at making sure players are fully committed and push themselves to their physical and mental limits", should be slightly more important to fitness coaches than other coaches, less meaningful if the players are competitive towards others and themselves.

also, coaches with good discipline and motivating will be necessary if the team is unambitious and unprofessional in order to make sure training has any efficiency at all. coaches with good motivating and discipline may improve player personalities over time. 

coaches should have bad relationships with players if they have bad professionalism and the coach has high discipline (in addition to personality differences).the player may train worse at the area the coach is responsible for,he will think (rightfully or not) that the coach is being particularly harsh on him and will lose moral and training form.if his status at the club is high he may demand that that coach will be sacked.the coach may think the player is lazy, will often suggest you should increase his training workload,will be the first to say you should fine or bench him for nonsense,and his perception of the player CA\PA will be lower than if the player had a better attitude towards him. the whole fight should make other players feel uncomfortable and can hurt the team general moral and training efficiency.

 

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Just now, itay.bing said:

that way there will be a clear distinction between determination-"how much effort the coach puts in to make sure the players train in the most advanced and efficient ways", should have an effect on his progression rate as he constantly seeks better training methods,discipline-"how does he handle players that take shortcuts and how well he spots players that are not doing the drill right",is less meaningful if players are at a good level and are naturally disciplined and motivating-"how good is he at making sure players are fully committed and push themselves to their physical and mental limits"

 there is a difference for managers,assistant managers or anyone else you delegate some aspects to, but for training it's just mashed together to the star mechanism.

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