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Been doing some experimenting with team talks recently (reloading, replaying and recording player effort, performance and possession etc with different team talks). Heres what I use
It seems that "for the fans" is the most effective pre-match team talk at home and sometimes "we can win this" if you are underdogs.
When away "for the fans" can be effective but "we can win this" usually gets the best results from if your slight favourites to heavy underdogs. "no pressure" can be effective if your heavily unfavoured or morale is very low.
"wish lick" seems to be effective if your team is overconfident, form is really good and odds are close.
If losing I always say "I want to see more from you".
If drawing I almost always say "disappointing", the exception being any players who have a rating of 7.0 or higher, to these players I say "pleased" or "you have faith".
If winning by 1 or 2 goals I almost always say "encourage", "disappointing" if the performance is bad and we're winning by luck and most players have rating below 6.9 (players with rating of 6.9 or higher saying "have faith" or "none") and finally if we're strong favourites and dominating "don't get complacent".
This post was edited by Evo (2011-01-24 19:11, 4 years ago)
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