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Apparently, you can concentrate on 'Decisions', 'Anticipation', 'Vision' & 'Composure' in training yet you can't focus on 'Dibbling', 'Crossing' or 'Heading'...

Yep. I'm stumped. 

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This is, what, the fifth thread you've either made or derailed to make this point?

Please change the record.

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10 hours ago, Bothan Spy said:

Apparently, you can concentrate on 'Decisions', 'Anticipation', 'Vision' & 'Composure' in training yet you can't focus on 'Dibbling', 'Crossing' or 'Heading'...

Yep. I'm stumped. 

 

You've had specific answers by SI here, regarding Heading

 

Then you created a thread ranting about training (and heading again?) here: 

 

 

 

Then you had the same rant about dribbling and heading (again) with the same answers as before.

 

 

To sum up, you have had answers from users, mods and SI (who consult real life professional coaches on this) on why things like dribbling, heading etc cannot be trained as an individual. In case it isn't clear though:

Individual training has moved in a more realistic direction.
Complimentary attributes are now grouped together, where it would be impossible to train one without influencing the other.
Some attributes are no longer available under individual training. This is because it is not realistic to be able to train these on a one-on-one basis. They are included in the team and unit training sessions however.
Goalkeepers have no Individual > Additional Focus. Instead they have their own bespoke training sessions available in the schedule.
Explanation on some of the attributes that are no longer available for individual training:

  • Crossing - this is more dead-ball crossing, so Free Kicks and Corners. Open-play crossing is prevalent in quite a few of the team/unit training sessions.
  • Dribbling - dribbling around cones in isolation isn't reflective of actual in-match dribbling and not something that is done in reality to improve dribbling.
  • Tackling - this isn't the lack of another player to tackle but rather that tackling is something of an innate ability and not a skill that is directly improved with individual work. It is more a player's positioning, marking, decision making etc. that is worked on and improved one-on-one.


If there are further questions, feel free to ask here: 

 

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