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Training has been changed in Football Manager™ Console 2024, with Units replacing the Team section from the previous version.


Units are part of team training structure and are divided into three sections: Attacking, Defending, and Goalkeeping. Players can only be moved between Attacking and Defending, and once moved or selected for that unit, they will then take part in that unit’s training schedule.It's necessary to remember that players can become unhappy if training isn’t meeting their needs. If you give them too much to do or unsuitable individual training, focus too heavily on one positional unit at the expense of another, or negate to work on certain attributes, it could lead to individuals becoming disillusioned with your practices and asking you to do something about it.


Players can be assigned new Positions and Roles to train in; they do this automatically during training sessions. They can also be tasked with working on a ‘weaker’ area of their game, using training sessions to specifically focus on a small number of attributes that either need improving, or are heavily stressed for their position and role and therefore need further dedication.

Individual training can be undertaken in the following areas:

Injury Rehabilitation: Quickness, Agility and Balance, Strength, Endurance and General Rehab (this is only applicable when a player is recovering from an injury)

Set Pieces: Free Kicks, Corners, Penalty Taking, Long Throws

Attributes: Quickness, Agility and Balance, Strength, Endurance, Defensive Positioning, Attacking Movement, Final Third, Shooting, Passing, Crossing, Ball Control, Aerial

Goalkeeping: Reactions, Tactical, Technique, Sweeping, Long and Short Distribution


Mentoring, previously a concept known as Tutoring, allows younger players to learn from more senior teammates by working directly with them during training. A group must feature a minimum of three players before they can begin working together. You can do this manually or ask your assistant to assign some for you.

The closer they are in profile, the more likely the senior player will be able to translate some influence onto the younger player, while success is also based on several factors like the senior player’s age and importance within the squad, and how well the players in the group get along.

The influence is ongoing; the longer they spend working together in the same group, the more likely it is to succeed, but it isn’t perpetual; there will be a point where the return has been maximised and can no longer be of any use to the younger player.

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