The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Postby Jamesbond007 » Wed Jun 06, 2018 11:36 am

Got it thanks
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Postby Jolive44 » Tue Aug 14, 2018 12:20 am

Is it worth chucking this guy on AR training to see if I get a quick bowling pop, or just train his as a batsman?


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16 years | 19,611 rating | $713 wage (5% discount)

Right hand batsman | Left arm Fast medium

Talents Gifted (Power)
Nationality Kenya Kenya
Form reasonable
Fatigue rested
Experience dreadful
Captaincy reasonable
Skills Summary
Batsman poor
Bowler poor
Keeper dreadful
Allrounder poor
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Skills
Batting ordinary Endurance dreadful
Bowling poor Technique ordinary
Keeping dreadful Power poor
Fielding average
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Postby Smiddie » Tue Aug 14, 2018 12:23 am

pure batsmen.
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Postby soundscomplex » Sun Oct 14, 2018 2:05 am

Fixing skill problems with my seniors. When is an ideal time (age wise)? I have a few skill problems i want to fix eg: low field, low end and low power. When is optimal against prim training for those skills? Is it worth pushing lagging skills (eg endo to reas field to cap/reli ) at an early age?

I know fielding trains best at 16 and in youths so i would assume it still trains the quickest at 20 for seniors.

Power ive heard starts to pick up efficency around 24ish and grows from there.

Endo Im not to aure as to when the best time to train is?
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Postby GM-crowfan65 » Sun Oct 14, 2018 2:10 am

Endo is the same from 16 to 30, drops away after that
Strength is best between 23-27
Fielding is best done between 16 and about 22 ish, 25-26 onwards starts to be a little too slow
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Postby soundscomplex » Fri Oct 26, 2018 8:52 am

Also again for training prims, what approach is best, alternating prim/tech? I remember hearing tech trains slightly quicker? is that correct?
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Postby Hellbound81 » Fri Oct 26, 2018 9:12 am

My personal approach is to have primary ahead of fielding and to train tech as it is required to catch up.
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Postby Higgy26 » Mon Oct 29, 2018 12:19 pm

16 years | 18,018 rating | $566 wage (5% discount)
Right hand batsman | Left arm Wrist spin
Talents Prodigy
Nationality England England
Form reasonable
Fatigue rested
Experience poor
Captaincy reliable
Skills Summary
Batsman poor
Bowler dreadful
Keeper poor
Allrounder poor
Skills
Batting poor Endurance ordinary
Bowling poor Technique dreadful
Keeping average Power dreadful
Fielding dreadful
Anyone any thoughts to whether I should train this player as a Wicketkeeper or a spinner and how to train him
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Postby Kaidus » Mon Oct 29, 2018 12:32 pm

If you intend to keep him, definitely a keeper.

Actually, I'm not sure how I would train him. Prob fix fielding and tech first, then try and get bat/tech to ord/ord before putting on KB I guess...
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Postby Higgy26 » Mon Oct 29, 2018 11:31 pm

Kaidus wrote:If you intend to keep him, definitely a keeper.

Actually, I'm not sure how I would train him. Prob fix fielding and tech first, then try and get bat/tech to ord/ord before putting on KB I guess...


Cheers for that, really useful :thumbsup
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