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CA/PA or Positional rating

Started on 29 March 2010 by Knap
Latest Reply on 29 March 2010 by garry_1305
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Do you use the positional rating rather than CA or do you set up a seasrch with own attribute criteria?
MGBV8 : Do you use the positional rating rather than CA or do you set up a seasrch with own attribute criteria?

When I first got into using it I assumed PA was the one to go by. I then discovered the column with "Potential Rating" and have always always used that ever since. In recent versions though I've found this to not be as accurate as it used to (my opinion) and have used a mix.

Sometimes though, if a player has two or more natural positions (i.e. AM R/ST) then I'll enter "80% or above" into the positional rating as the one I want. Otherwise you might be given the impression this guy is going to be the one you want as your new winger, but infact he's actually a natural striker and only an "accomplished" winger.

Hope this helps :)

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