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Fullbacks feel that working on crossing is not beneficial


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Whenever I set crossing as an individual training for fullbacks, they always complain that they feel it is not beneficial to work on it.

I think it is straightforward what's the problem with this. Crossing is an essential attribute for fullbacks. It's like a forward would complain that he does not think working on shooting or off the ball movement is beneficial.

This problem occurs for many fullbacks, this is not an individual case.

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Hello and thanks for the feedback.

 

I tried reproducing this internally, but to no avail, as fullbacks only started being unhappy after a prolonged period of time. Can you upload a save for us to investigate further? Here's how you can: 

Kind regards,

Vik

 

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3 hours ago, Viktor Ilivanov said:

Hello and thanks for the feedback.

 

I tried reproducing this internally, but to no avail, as fullbacks only started being unhappy after a prolonged period of time. Can you upload a save for us to investigate further? Here's how you can: 

Kind regards,

Vik

 

Hello Vik and thank you very much for your reply.
I have uploaded a save file named:  Emmanuel Petit - Toulouse FC.fm

If it helps, the most problematic player with this issue was Kelvin Amian. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that he is not only natural a fullback, but also a natural centre back?

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