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A quick question:

If I'm creating a player/players or editing existing ones, how do I find out the CA?

For example:
Currently, Alex Chamberlain for Saints has 14 accel or something. If I changed this to 16 or 17 (or whatever) his CA would be higher - how do I find out this CA? If I don't change it then they seem to lose all the attributes I gave them.

Also:
When talking about potential, what do the minus numbers meaning? Some people say like "his potential is -9" when all I've seen on FM is potentials like '175' etc etc.

Cheers :)
 
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The -9/8/7 etc. value is a number that gives the player a random PA.
Something like

-10 = PA between 170-200
-9 = PA between 150-180
-8 = PA between 130-160
 
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@fm1063: I realise you can find out the current CA with FMRTE but how do I work out what the CA is after I've edited stats?

@aananasfan: Ahh, thank you!
 
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@fm1063: I realise you can find out the current CA with FMRTE but how do I work out what the CA is after I've edited stats?
If you edit individual stats, it won't change the CA. After a while, if the CA is really low and some of the stats are quite high, then the stats will decrease over time

Use this thread to ask questions about CA/PA in future please
 
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