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Future England and Manchester United Stars

Two you products of Manchester United
Started on 7 February 2012 by Ory1997
Latest Reply on 28 May 2012 by Slitty
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#46189 nakulp : Hey Orry, can you pls give me some advice on how to develop those youngsters i told you about? see link on your previous page! thanks
I'm not sure about the 24 year old guy as so far I found that players develop really slowly at 24 and above. The first thing you should do is improve your training facilities or improve your coaches or both. In my game nearly all my staffs are paid below 2000 pounds and they are all world class. Some really good coaches with four and a half stars will except pays as low as 300 pounds. Now looking at your youngster. These days before I begin training them I always think where he will they will fit in my squad. If there is a place for him and I mean like if he's the 3rd or 4th defensive midfielder you should keep him and tutor him. Try to train his tackling and marking as in my opinion they are the two most necessary attribute for any defensive role. Now make sure you are putting him in a good training shcedule, I don't have my own and I downloaded my schedules, so far the results have been great, these schedule makers are really good. Now he is a defensive midfielder meaning that other attributes such as technique and passing is a really good for him. Now since improving defensive skills and technique skills are really slow to do through specific traiing it is a bad idea to do so. Now this is the trick: I find that tutoring players not only give them mental and playing style, it gives them an overall boost on their attributes. Now for example I trained Andrew Love to specifically impove his speed but I also wanted him to improve on his skill (technique, attacking creativity). So I got a senior player who is strong in all three, in this case Hamsik. So through personal training Andrew got his speed and through tutoring he got his skill. Make sure if you keep your players that you play them, they need it. Otherwise loan them. The most important thing about loaning is actually how much it tests your player. Training facility is important but your player's effort is worth more. For example when I got Deane he was completely rubbish except for his speed and strength. So I loaned him out. Now the most important things about choosing the right club to loan your player to are: Is he going to play a lot and how tough are his oponent. It would be useless to loan him to a club in which your youngster is leagues ahead of his opponents, it would be too easy for him. Now it would also be pointless if he does not play if his teammates are way ahead of him. In my case I loaned Dean Keane to Antwerp first. In there he was the first choice striker but his opponents were also tough. In his informaiton he said it was too easy but after that season he was good enough to break into the FC Twente first team then on to becoming a world cup winner. I hope this helps, sorry for really long message, your question is not simple and has many ways to answer.
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