If you are seeking Football Manager 2012 trainings, then I advise you to take a look at these my FM 2012 schedules.
Many of you asked me to share the training schedules I use in Football Manager 2011. Here they are. I created them for Deportivo story. The main ideas behind this pack of trainings are heavy workload and differentiation by positions. So if you are going to use it don’t forget checking happiness status of your players. Just decrease workload moving a player to one of general schedules if he becomes unhappy with his training.
My FM11 training schedules are formed for the positions and roles:
|Schedule name||Who should be trained|
|WBL-WBR||Left and right defenders, wing backs|
|DMC||Defensive central midfielders|
|ML/MR||Left and right midfielders|
|MC (Playmaker)||Attacking midfielders|
|FC (Poacher)||Forwards with Poacher role|
|FC (Other)||Forwards with other roles|
- GK (Youth)
- D (Youth)
- M (Youth)
- F (Youth)
Download FM 2011 schedules
How to import training schedules?Steps to install Football Manager 2011 schedules:
1. Download ZIP file using the link above.Hope these FM 2011 trainings schedules will be helpful for you!
2. Unpack the file.
3. Copy unpacked TSH files to any folder you like. I prefer to use Football Manager 2011 user data folder for that.
4. Then follow this path in Football Manager 2011: <first tab named by your club> –> Trainings –> Schedule button –> Manage Schedules…
5. Use Import button to add the schedules to your game one by one from the folder where you copied the TSH files.