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any suggestions of how to get the best out of blackburn with formation and training im struggling to death! before any of you get in there it is probs cos im **** lolbut your help will be appreciated!Cookie
 
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Pre & mid season I go with Fitness on Heavy, during a season I rely mostly on Ball Control on Average, with a few months (~3) of Attack & Defense I mix in on no specific basis.

I think a lot of poeple just stick to Balanced on Average for a season (+ Fitness training off season).

Also when your team's not that used to your tactics you could/should mix in a few months of Tactics training.

When it comes to training FM13 is both relief and PITA - way more uncomplicated but not sure if there's any difference at all (except for the likes of Fitness, Tactics & "the rest"). But the latter can be said about lot of things in FM.
 
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Like above: look at you as à manage of and decide upon what kind of football you want to play. Next, look at the team and its players to see if that is actually possible. If the answer is yes, then try to focus on using the kind if training that suits that kind of football. Is it a possession based approach, then perhaps Ball control, Tactics and Attacking ( do 4 months each), think Arsenal, Bar à

Is it a more direct Counter based approach, then perhaps Tactics and Physic is what is needed( Think Mourinho , Bolton, Stoke etc )

Next, look at the players. Are you playing a really fluid approach where all players needs to be good at everything, then perhaps stay away from training them in specialist roles but instead, let the focus on one stat that you want them to improve lots in, like a weak stat that hinders them in everything. If you are are playing more rigid where the players stick to their tasks, then train them in the roles you want to use them in.


Also remember that the match prep is a preparation for the next game, like the attacking moves, the set pieces, with one exception, namely " Tactics". Here, this means that they focus on the approach in it self and are getting more familiar with it.
 
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