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

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

Post by Turbz » Tue Oct 20, 2020 1:11 am

Brunel37 wrote:
Mon Oct 19, 2020 6:32 pm
Raqib Omar Bangladesh
16 years 0 weeks old | 22,197 rating | $934 wage | Right hand batsman | Right arm Finger spin | Slower Ball, Skilled (Technique)

dreadful experience | reasonable form | rested fatigue | average captaincy

Endurance poor
Batting poor
Bowling reasonable
Technique poor
Power reasonable
Keeping poor
Fielding poor

Going to train this guy to capable fielding and then work on bowling tech/bowling. With a lavish academy what level do we think he might reach when he leaves the youth squad and turns 21?

Is there any other way I should be training him?
As was said, good training plan with fielding first then bowling-tech training.
At 21, he would reach expert bowl with expert tech and accomplished fielding. If left fielding at capable, would be mid-expert/expert.
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Post by Brunel37 » Mon Nov 16, 2020 7:42 pm

Just pulled this guy this week. I know his tech is low, so would you go pure bowler (fast) or try for an all-rounder and take advantage of the seam specialist trait?

Yahir Mohammed UAE
16 years 0 weeks old | 20,012 rating | $718 wage | Left hand batsman | Right arm Fast | Seam Specialist
atrocious experience | reasonable form | rested fatigue | average captaincy

Batting ordinary Endurance poor Fielding average
Bowling average Technique dreadful Training Fielding
Keeping poor Power poor

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

Post by Cyrus » Mon Nov 16, 2020 9:00 pm

Brunel37 wrote:
Mon Nov 16, 2020 7:42 pm
Just pulled this guy this week. I know his tech is low, so would you go pure bowler (fast) or try for an all-rounder and take advantage of the seam specialist trait?

Yahir Mohammed UAE
16 years 0 weeks old | 20,012 rating | $718 wage | Left hand batsman | Right arm Fast | Seam Specialist
atrocious experience | reasonable form | rested fatigue | average captaincy

Batting ordinary Endurance poor Fielding average
Bowling average Technique dreadful Training Fielding
Keeping poor Power poor
Field to cap or reliable then bowl tech till you close the gap, I’d go pure bowler if you have time a power pop along the way to help being a fastie.
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Post by cricfan » Mon Jan 11, 2021 7:39 pm

What would be the best route for me to go with this guy? Bowler or Keeper? He has Gifted trait in bowling but already average in Keeping.

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Player Info
16y4w | 19,041 rating | $594 wage (5% discount)

Left hand batsman | Left arm Finger spin

Talents Gifted (Bowling)
Nationality Scotland Scotland
Form reasonable
Fatigue rested
Experience dreadful
Captaincy dreadful
Skills Summary
Batsman dreadful
Bowler dreadful
Keeper ordinary
Allrounder dreadful
Skills
Batting poor Endurance atrocious
Bowling poor Technique dreadful
Keeping average Power poor
Fielding reasonable

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

Post by Cyrus » Mon Jan 11, 2021 10:57 pm

Will be hard to get him to a decent level in either but personally I’d take advantage of his fielding and keeping, I’d go bat tech until he gets to ord bat and tech and then maybe some fitness before going keeper/batsman.
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Post by cricfan » Tue Jan 12, 2021 2:47 am

Thank you. Appreciate your suggestion

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

Post by cricketiscool » Tue Jan 12, 2021 11:46 am

With no intention at all to disregard Cyrus for his time/energy giving (solid) advise....

On cricfan`s question there is imo a simple answer;
FIRE that youngster and buy a talent on the market....can be picked up for 1-5K :think

I too often see managers hanging on to (youth)players who are absolutely useless 8)

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

Post by Cyrus » Tue Jan 12, 2021 12:35 pm

cricketiscool wrote:
Tue Jan 12, 2021 11:46 am
With no intention at all to disregard Cyrus for his time/energy giving (solid) advise....

On cricfan`s question there is imo a simple answer;
FIRE that youngster and buy a talent on the market....can be picked up for 1-5K :think

I too often see managers hanging on to (youth)players who are absolutely useless 8)
Would of been my advice as well, but the question was best route to take bowler or keeper.
If the question was what do I do with this guy, my answer would have been the same as yours 8)
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Post by cricfan » Tue Jan 12, 2021 5:38 pm

Firing away then

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

Post by Chaisa » Mon Feb 22, 2021 11:53 pm

Thoughts?

Add this player to your bookmarks Southern Squirrels >> 108. Bastiaan Schaars >> Details
Player Info
16y0w | 28,526 rating | $916 wage (5% discount)

Right hand batsman | Left arm Fast medium

Talents Skilled (Keeping), Opener
Nationality Netherlands Netherlands
Form reasonable
Fatigue rested
Experience poor
Captaincy average
Skills Summary
Batsman ordinary
Bowler ordinary
Keeper ordinary
Allrounder ordinary
Notes

Skills
Batting ordinary Endurance average
Bowling ordinary Technique average
Keeping ordinary Power average
Fielding average

Talents might suggest batsman-keeper but is utilising his LFM skill better? Deluxe Academy.

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

Post by Cyrus » Tue Feb 23, 2021 1:19 am

Chaisa wrote:
Mon Feb 22, 2021 11:53 pm
Thoughts?

Add this player to your bookmarks Southern Squirrels >> 108. Bastiaan Schaars >> Details
Player Info
16y0w | 28,526 rating | $916 wage (5% discount)

Right hand batsman | Left arm Fast medium

Talents Skilled (Keeping), Opener
Nationality Netherlands Netherlands
Form reasonable
Fatigue rested
Experience poor
Captaincy average
Skills Summary
Batsman ordinary
Bowler ordinary
Keeper ordinary
Allrounder ordinary
Notes

Skills
Batting ordinary Endurance average
Bowling ordinary Technique average
Keeping ordinary Power average
Fielding average

Talents might suggest batsman-keeper but is utilising his LFM skill better? Deluxe Academy.
Personally I would take his fielding to cap, then Keeper/Batsman all the way to seniors
Skilled keeper is good to have, the opener talent will be good throughout youths and T20’s and just because he has that talent doesn’t mean you have to open with him, the fact his tech is ahead of his batting and keeping will come in handy as that trains slower than the other two.
But yes I would train as a keeper for sure.
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