If you are seeking Football Manager 2012 trainings, then I advise you to take a look at these my FM 2012 schedules.
In one of the previous posts I uncovered my current Leeds coaches and their attributes. Today it’s time of doing an act asked by many of you – sharing my FM 2010 training schedules!
I use approach of performing different and mostly heavy-styled sets of trainings by player position:
So it’s easy to understand that GK means training for goalkeepers, DRL – training for fullbacks and so on. FC(Quick) and FC(Towering) differ perceptibly because the first one is used for quick forwards, the second one – for strong big strikers who prefer scoring goals by means of head.
DC – Medium, MC – Medium, FC – Medium – 3 training sets of average loading that should be used for players who complain about trainings considering them too hard.
Actually I don’t think that I have best trainings – but they’ll give good results if you have some pretty coaches.
Download My Football Manager 2010 Trainings
Steps to install Football Manager 2010 trainings:
1. Download ZIP file using one of the abovementioned links.Hope you will find my FM 2010 trainings helpful!
2. Unpack the ZIP file.
3. Copy unpacked TSH files anywhere. I prefer to use “user data/schedules” folder for that.
4. Then follow this path in Football Manager 2010: <first tab named by your club> –> Trainings –> Schedule button –> Manage Schedules…
5. Use Import button to insert the trainings to your game one by one.