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Ok so me and my friend where having a bit of a talk about possible tactics for fm 19 and we ended up on the topic of jumping reach and how many inchs in height a player can potentially gain with each 1 stat increase . Are scenario is that you have two players about to attempt to win a cross, there is the defender who is 6ft 2inchs and the attacker who is 5 ft 9inchs both players stats and mentality and fitness are identical apart from jumping reach , the defender is set to zero he's stuck to the ground like a tree but he is naturally taller, what would the attackers jumping reach need t
i have 3 short youth players who i think about training to be CBs, for fun more than an actual need: 16 yo DC 175 cm 10 JR 1 ca 1.5-2.5 pa (coach assessment, just to estimate if and how much room they have to improve, 1.5 gold stars 2.5 black star) 16 yo DM 176 cm 10 JR 1.5 ca 3-4 pa 17 yo DM 176 cm 8 JR 1.5 ca 3.5-4.5 pa (favorite as he is generally better, plus the DC has poor passing and technique and the other DM has very poor heading) a good DC with cover duty for my team would need at least 12 JR, 10 is someone i might play if i'm sure i'm going to win and want to
Hi all. I have a regen in my u18 squad that is a pretty good defender with very good ratings for national u19 team but he lacks in jumping reach. He got 181cm at 16 years old and I've been training him as a Central Defender with an individual focus on jumping reach but it didn't increase at all in 1 year. What should I do? Could he ever become an good-ish Premier League defender or I'm wasting my time with him? Could I retrain him in a different position? If yes, which one would suit him better?