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I manage Kaiserslautern in the Bundesliga and I signed the striker Andrija Pavlovic in the summer. At that time he was completly competent (10/10 in pie chart) as a Complete Forward. Unfortunately he got injured in his first match and was out for 6 month. Now he recovered from his injury but his role ability as a Complete Forward is only 2/10 while all other roles didn't change. His attributes still fit the role perfectly. Does anyone have the same problem or knows how to solve it?
I have this youngster (btw 16y old and bald?): In my tactics, he will play (not now, after some years) as Poacher and Complete Forward/S. I was wondering, what would the best approach be for his development. 1) Choose to train him as a Complete Forward so that he will focus on more attributes and with a additional focus on Finishing/Off the Ball, like the following image, or 2) choose to train him as Poacher with an additional focus on Dribbling so that he will focus more on the "important" attributes? His other (less important) attributes are very good for his age and i am sure they will be increased with/without me. I would really like to focus more on his Dribbling, Finishing, Off the Ball and Acceleration. What should i do? Go with Poacher? EDIT: I am in control of the youth's general training. After the first 2-3 weeks of fitness training in pre-season and the one month of team cohesion after that, i distribute the other 4 categories (attacking, defending, ball control, tactical) equally, different training each week.