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  1. A big thank for for Mr Hough for restoring my faith in this game. I've tried the Classic, Beta, and the GSC versions at Premiership, Championship, League 1 and League 2 with great success. My biggest achievment taking my home town club Grimsby Town to the Championship from League 2 in consecutive seasons with very limited resources. The best tactic by far. Keep up the good work!
  2. I'll do my best for you SFraser but details might be a bit sparce as I can't access my save game at the minute. The majority of the injuries my squad sustained were both during pre-season (which I took as normal seeing as fitness levels were low anyway. I think I'm about 16 games into the season and if my memory serves me correctly I have 5 first team players and 1 youth player out injured as a result of strains caused by weight lifting. I can't remember what level my training facilities are but being Spurs, I would imagine they are pretty good. Hope this helps and if I can provide more infor
  3. I also found that a few injuries occur with these schedules. I'm a third of the way into a season with Spurs and there are a few players out with injuries, more often than not strain injuries caused by weight lifting. This of course will marry up with the high strength training. This isn't a criticism by the way, just hoped I could ellaborate. These schedules are still very promising. Keep up the good work SFraser.
  4. One thing I've noticed is that the players I put on a developing or youth schedule in accordance with their position become unhappy with their heavy training workload. Does this pass as the game goes on?
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