The Looking For Staff Thread

Aannddyy

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Recently there has been a massive rise in threads asking who to sign as a scout/first team coach/ assistant etc. So I have decided from now on if you are looking to sign some staff and need help use this thread. However I recommend you first check this thread out.

Please use the following template:
Club:
Level:
Position:
Wages:
Max Fee
Season:
Additional Information:


Example Post:

Club: Manchester United
Level: Premier League
Position: Assistant Manager
Wages: <£10,000 p/w
Max Fee £1,000,000
Season: 2009/10
Additional Information: Must be English, good adaptability.
 

Manchesto

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Club: Southampton
Level: Championship (Newley promoted, no games played)
Position: Assistant Manager, Physio and Coaches (Youth + Regular)
Wages: Low, my board wont allow me more than 1.3k a week for an *** Man? :S
Season: 2 no games played
 

DavidCfc

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Club: Everton
Level: Premier League
Position: Coach
Wages: anything up to £8,000
Max Fee: any
Season: second
Additional Information: my ratings for : ball control, defending, attacking, shooting & set pieces are all 2 and a half stars and i'd like to get them up a bit :)
 

Jak

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maybe this thread should be stickied so more people can use it and see it to help those who need it? just a suggestion
 

Ed Syers

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I would reccomend Keith Millen as an assistant-manager. Relatively cheap from Bristol City, always does well for me.
 

livipunk

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Club: Southampton
Level: Championship (Newley promoted, no games played)
Position: Assistant Manager, Physio and Coaches (Youth + Regular)
Wages: Low, my board wont allow me more than 1.3k a week for an *** Man? :S
Season: 2 no games played

Graeme Robertson and David Bowman are decent assistant managers (I'd go for Bowman first).

Peter Davidson for your physio.

Coaches try, Glynn Snodin, Dennis Rofe, Ben Stork not sure if you'll be able to get any one better than them...

Try to get Dan Ashworth as a youth coach.

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Club: Everton
Level: Premier League
Position: Coach
Wages: anything up to £8,000
Max Fee: any
Season: second
Additional Information: my ratings for : ball control, defending, attacking, shooting & set pieces are all 2 and a half stars and i'd like to get them up a bit :)

Man U youth coaches - Brian McClair, Paul McGuinness etc. also try Steve Bould from Arsenal.
 

rdn2k10

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Club: Tottenham
Level: Premier League
Position: Scout
Wages: Below £10,000
Max Fee: Any
Season: 09/10
Additional Information: good world scout and good for looking young players - cheap.
 

livipunk

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Scouts are pretty easy to find, just put into staff search, that your are after a scout and put judging potential and Ability to at least 17.

Sack anyone that has under that, and sign everyone who is willing to come that has over that.
 
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Club: Southampton
Level: Championship (Newley promoted, no games played)
Position: Assistant Manager, Physio and Coaches (Youth + Regular)
Wages: Low, my board wont allow me more than 1.3k a week for an *** Man? :S
Season: 2 no games played
Ian Banks, assistant manager, heck I even had him as an assistant for Gillingham in the premiership for two seasons as I had no funds at all.
 

hellroker

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Club: Dinamo Kiev
Level: UEFA Champions League
Position: Voavh
Wages: upto 5,250 pounds per week
Season: 2 January
Additional Info: 4 star or above in Attacking/Ball control/Shooting.
 

Xeque279

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Club: Manchester United
Level: Premier League
Position:
Coach
Wages: Any
Season: 2 (Pre-Season)
Additional Info: I want to increase all my training stats to atleast 4 1/2 stars. My Set-Pieces, Shooting and Goalkeeping stats are quite high but the rest are around 4. I bought few young coaches (Age=30-38) with attacking 20 but the max they could give me was 4 stars. Can anyone please tell me what attributes i need to pay attention to while buying new coaches. :)

Will really appreciate the Help :D
 
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stein96

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Club: Napoli
Level: High, Good Trainer
Position: First Team Coach/Coach
Wages: Up To £7,000
Season: 1 (Pre-Season)
Additional Info: Good stats for Shooting, Set Pieces, Ball Control.
 

Redrup

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Club: Manchester United
Level: Premier League
Position:
Coach
Wages: Any
Season: 2 (Pre-Season)
Additional Info: I want to increase all my training stats to atleast 4 1/2 stars. My Set-Pieces, Shooting and Goalkeeping stats are quite high but the rest are around 4. I bought few young coaches (Age=30-38) with attacking 20 but the max they could give me was 4 stars. Can anyone please tell me what attributes i need to pay attention to while buying new coaches. :)

Will really appreciate the Help :D
Ricardo Moniz is a must have if you don't have him already.

This would also be a good signing for the above poster.
 

arun

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I don't know if it is appropriate to say this in this particular thread, but the best thing for these people is to use the Genie Scout to find the staff that they want. Of course, most people see the Genie Scout as a cheat, but in the case of staff, it shouldn't be a problem. After all, you don't scout for a staff member, you have to search staff members with good attributes. You might as well use the Genie and save time.

If you want to search yourself, you can look for the following training areas and the attributes required:


[FONT=&quot]Coaches
Strength: Coaches should have a high Fitness rating.
Aerobic: Coaches should have a high Fitness rating.
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[FONT=&quot]Goalkeeping: Coaches should have a high Coaching Goalkeepers rating.
Tactics: Coaches should have a high Tactical rating.
Defending: Coaches should have high ratings in Coaching Defending and Tactical.
Ball Control: Coaches should have high ratings in coaching Technical and Mental.
Attacking: Coaches should have high ratings in coaching Attacking and Tactical.
Shooting: Coaches should have high ratings in coaching Attacking and Technical.
Set Pieces: Coaches should have high ratings in coaching Technical, Mental, and Attacking

Apart from these, all coaches should preferably have good stats in Determination, Level of Discipline and Motivating. They also determine the star rating of the coaches.

Scouts
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[FONT=&quot]Judging Player Ability and [/FONT] [FONT=&quot]Judging Player Potential are essential. Good Determination is helpful. I am not sure about Adaptability.

Correct me if I am wrong.

Some top coaches in the beginning of my game (Note - they may be coaches, first team coaches or youth coaches):

Strength and Aerobics
José Omar Alves Feitosa
Tony Colbert
José Mário Campeiz
Bruno Demichelis
Vincenzo Pincolini
Valter Di Salvo
Gian Nicola Bisciotti

I will list more coaches later as I need to run right now :)

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winfield

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Club: Dinamo Kiev
Level: UEFA Champions League
Position: Voavh
Wages: upto 5,250 pounds per week
Season: 2 January
Additional Info: 4 star or above in Attacking/Ball control/Shooting.
Robert Prosinecki
4 star attack
4 star Ball control
4 star shooting

also very cheap (17k pa)
 

Tehkid

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Club: Leeds United
Level:premier League
Position:Assistant Manager
Wages: Under £12k
Max Fee None
Season: 2013/2014
Additional Information: coaching stats not too important

Currently have Ciro Ferrara but wondering if there is better?
 
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