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

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

Post by XUVwalagunda » Mon May 30, 2022 12:04 pm

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Player Info
16y0w | 23,525 rating | $ 1,035 wage (5% discount)

Right hand batsman | Right arm Finger spin

Talents Gifted (Batting)
Nationality West Indies
Form reasonable
Fatigue rested
Experience poor
Captaincy dreadful

Skills Summary
Batsman average
Bowler dreadful
Keeper poor
Allrounder poor

Skills
Batting reasonable Endurance dreadful
Bowling dreadful Technique ordinary
Keeping poor Power ordinary
Fielding average
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My best batting recruit yet. How should I train him? How much would his rating be when he is, say, 19 years old? Is fielding training for 16 yo a thumb rule?

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

Post by quirkilyalive » Mon May 30, 2022 12:13 pm

XUVwalagunda wrote:
Mon May 30, 2022 12:04 pm
My best batting recruit yet. How should I train him? How much would his rating be when he is, say, 19 years old? Is fielding training for 16 yo a thumb rule?
Gee, always love a good West Indian recruit. I think he'll make a solid bat with the starting primary and the talent. I'd go fielding first to capable/reliable based on the academy level you have. And given the gifted talent and the starting primary bat has, I'd stick him on batting tech most of his life as a youth, maybe a couple levels of power when he is close to 21, but that depends on how he looks at that point.

At the same time, I think this will be a U20 level batter and I think he can fetch a decent bit of cash on the TM if you aren't heavily youth focussed. Tough to gauge for 16yo's but I think he is a quality player.
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Post by malik66junaid » Sun Sep 18, 2022 12:08 pm

I am new to game, can someone please help me train this player and does he have any potential with my academy level? Which is reasonable.

Academy Level: Reasonable

16y3w | 24,113 rating | 

Right hand batsman | Right arm Finger spin

Talents: Skilled (Technique)
Nationality: New Zealand

Skills

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

Skills Summary

Batsman ordinary
Bowler poor
Keeper dreadful
All-rounder poor

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

Post by boscorp » Mon Sep 19, 2022 6:25 am

I'd put him on to batting training for now.
With a reasonable academy you get approx a 9% boost to training speed which equals about 9 days per season.
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Post by malik66junaid » Mon Sep 19, 2022 7:52 am

Thanks for responding. Will do that. But didn't get What you meant by 9% or 9 days. If you can please explain it a bit. :)

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

Post by casperj » Mon Sep 19, 2022 9:24 am

malik66junaid wrote:
Sun Sep 18, 2022 12:08 pm
I am new to game, can someone please help me train this player and does he have any potential with my academy level? Which is reasonable.

Academy Level: Reasonable

Batting average
Endurance dreadful
Bowling poor
Technique ordinary
Keeping poor
Power ordinary
Fielding capable
At least initially I'd go Batting Tech rather than Batting, to get that Technique level up.

Looks like he could be a decent prospect. Try to play him in your youth matches if he isn't playing already so his experience level increases.

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

Post by ellandrdcricket » Thu Sep 22, 2022 1:32 pm

Any training advice for this pull please? Wasn't sure if I should train as an all rounder.

cheers.

16y0w | 24,596 rating | $1,143 wage (5% discount)

Left hand batsman | Left arm Fast medium

Talents Safe Hands
Nationality Kenya Kenya
Form reasonable
Fatigue rested
Experience dreadful
Captaincy accomplished
Skills Summary
Batsman ordinary
Bowler ordinary
Keeper dreadful
Allrounder ordinary
Skills
Batting average Endurance ordinary
Bowling average Technique average
Keeping dreadful Power poor
Fielding ordinary

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

Post by CraigFisher » Fri Sep 23, 2022 8:18 am

I would put him on fielding till reasonable, then allrounder to see which of bat/bowl pops first. Then fielding till capable/reliable and depending which of bat/bowl popped you can decide how much of a batting allrounder you want, captain too so that's nice.

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

Post by ellandrdcricket » Fri Sep 23, 2022 1:29 pm

CraigFisher wrote:
Fri Sep 23, 2022 8:18 am
I would put him on fielding till reasonable, then allrounder to see which of bat/bowl pops first. Then fielding till capable/reliable and depending which of bat/bowl popped you can decide how much of a batting allrounder you want, captain too so that's nice.
Thanks Craig, will do! Just need to improve my academies when I have money lol

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

Post by Dietrich » Mon Oct 03, 2022 9:36 am

Hi All,

How would you train such player? I am interested to know your insights. Currently, I am planning to put him on fielding(Academy Level:-lavish).
Should I train him as batsman or as a bowler(Too low endurance IMHO for making him an allrounder)?

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

Post by GM-crowfan65 » Mon Oct 03, 2022 9:58 am

If you have the patience I would be tempted to go bowling with the gifted bowling
But the skilled tech will help the batting if you wanted to go that way
With fielding so low its a tuff call
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Dietrich
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Re: The "How to Train?" topic (part 2)

Post by Dietrich » Mon Oct 03, 2022 10:10 am

GM-crowfan65 wrote:
Mon Oct 03, 2022 9:58 am
If you have the patience I would be tempted to go bowling with the gifted bowling
But the skilled tech will help the batting if you wanted to go that way
With fielding so low its a tuff call
Thank you for the tip. That indeed sounds a great plan. I will try to give him some matches to test what is his stronger suit and then maybe decide what option is better.

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