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FMKorea FM20 Training Schedules 2020-02-03

A total of nine training schedules created by Marsara at FM Korea.

Save the files to:
\Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2020\schedules

How to load:
Training > Schedules > Dropdown > Custom Schedules > Get More > Select the Schedules > Once Opened Click Save.

How to use:
Training > Calendar > Dropdowns per each week.

Pre-Season Training
Weeks one, two and three intense training for endurance and quickness. They will also help with recovery.

Four and five is much more technical and overall physical.

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If you have a longer pre-season, then repeat one/two/three and finish up with four and five.

Matches:
Generally if you only play league games and are knocked out of the cups you'll only play one match during the week however if you are in cup competitions still then you'll likely be facing two matches a week on the occasion.

If there are no matches during the week then it's quite hard training:
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One Match
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Two Matches
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Big Matches
This is ideal when you have a Cup FInal.
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Principles
  1. The day before a match, teamwork and match review training is required.
  2. Home games, teamwork and attack movement is very useful.
  3. Away games, add attack movement to the last day before the match.
    • If a weaker team, use defensive movement
  4. On the day after a match, do recovery and match review training. Match days are when a players fitness and condition are the lowest. The next day rather than overtrain, it's better to do a recovery drill to reduce the chances of injury.
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This looks really good. Thanks for posting.
What to you do if you have 2 games in one week and one of them is a big game?
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