OverviewIf you're the kind of manager who likes to get the most out of training in Football Manager, who likes to sign professional players who are willing to go that extra mile in training then these schedules are for you. These schedules are very effective, intense and are designed to maximize player growth. They are focused on developing specific attribute sets for positions without compromising the basic training needs for a players position. For example, a player on DC - aer - (H) will have extra focus on aerobic training while still receiving good training in strength/defending/tactics etc.
How to useDownload link is at the top of the page, download and extract, save extracted files to: documents\sportsinteractive\footballmanager2012\schedules. If the schedules folder does not exist simply create it yourself. In Football Manager go to the main training screen > schedules > manage schedules > import, select the files from the appropriate folder.
What does each schedule focus on?GK - Han - (H) - focused on keepers handling ability
GK - Ref - (H) - focused on keepers shot stopping ability
DC - Aer - (H) - focused on developing defenders aerobic attributes
DC - Str - (H) - focused on developing defender strength attributes
DC - Tck - (H) - focused on developing defenders defensive abilities
DRL - Def - (H) - focused on improving full/wing backs defensive skills
DRL - Att - (H) - focused on improving full/wing backs attacking skills
MC - Phy - (H) - focused on increasing midfielders physical attributes
MC - Def - (H) - focused on increasing midfielders defensive attributes
MC - Tac - (H) - focused on developing midfielders tactical attributes
MC - Att - (H) - focused on developing midfielders attacking attributes
MRL - Spe - (H) - focused on increasing a wingers speed
MRL - Tec - (H) - focused on increasing a wingers technical skills
ST - Phy - (H) - focused on strikers physical attributes
ST - Tec - (H) - focused on improving striker attacking/shooting skills
- Schedules are designed for professional players (professionalism 10 or higher), they will be pleased with their training schedule workload.
- Players with low professionalism (9 or lower) may become “unhappy with the high training workload” on these schedules.
- Schedule intensity is 1 click inside “very heavy”, although this seems intense I use them all season and I've never had issues with excessive injuries so long as players are happy with their schedule.