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snugglecakes

My team only seem to play proper after going one down...

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It's in the title really. Going in to half time one down is a reason to be cheerful for me, as the "I want to see more from you!" team talk usually results in my team destroying them in the second half.

If only I could get them to play proper like in the first half too. Does anyone else find this?

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Team talks cause all kinds of appalling effects if you get them wrong. If I ever use the "You can win this" team talk to start a game I'll be guaranteed to see an appalling first half performance and be at least a goal down at half time.

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Ah, so that's where I've been going wrong.

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If I have to use the 'for the fans' teamtalk one more time, I'll gouge my eyes out with a biro. But unfortunately it's the only one that will get results... I hope there are more options in FM09.

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yes, ive been wondering about that. when is it appropriate to use the 'you can win' team talk?

as a rule, i use 'for the fans' at home and 'wish luck' for away games. it seems to work. against the really big sides, where i dont stand a chance on paper, "no pressure" works very well. icon_smile.gif

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I find that "you can win this" tends to work when you are slight underdogs in an away game.

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i use team talks based on morale.

there's a wealth of information (and conjecture) in these forums on the subject.

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