Thursday, 8 November 2012

Football Manager 2013 Coaches

The new FM13 training system has influenced many of us adding some new and somewhat tangled at the beginning features. However, coaches still remain coaches. An effect from their quality is the most significant factor when we talk about player growth. The other factors: training scheme, work rate and professionalism of player, training facilities.

I decided to write about every type of coach in Football Manager 2013, their key attributes. Additionally, I created lists of the best cheap Football Manager 2013 coaches in every category.

Football Manager 2013 coaches

Goalkeeping Coaches

GK coaches are used for two training areas:  Shot Stopping and Handling. These guys work for senior and youth team simultaneously. The best of them have the highest values of the following attributes:

  • Goalkeepers;
  • Determination, Level of Discipline, Motivating and Man Management;
  • Working with Youngsters is necessary for training young players (U18);
  • Adaptability can be important if your coach is foreign and has not worked in your club’s nation.

Best cheap Goalkeeping coaches in FM 2013

Name

Club

Wage

Marco Onorati    
Tony Coton    
Frank Brugel    
Roy Tunks    
Tomislav Piplica    
Xabier Manzisidor    
Joe Corrigan    
David Coles Al-Jazira (UAE) 1K
Pedro Jara Dnipro 1.1K
Nigel Spink Bristol City 2.4K
Inaki Granada 2.6K

 

Fitness Coaches

Fitness coaches in Football Manager 2013 are used to improve physical attributes of players. They coach players in the first team and youth team in two training areas: Strength and Aerobic. Important attributes for fitness coaches are nearly the same as for Goalkeeping ones with a single difference:

  • Fitness;
  • Determination, Level of Discipline, Motivating and Man Management;
  • Working with Youngsters is necessary for training young players (U18);
  • Adaptability can be important if your coach is foreign and has not worked in your club’s nation.

Best cheap Fitness coaches in FM 2013

Name

Club

Wage

Giambattista Venturati    
Antonio Pintus    
Paul Winsper    
Steve Black    
Luca Alimonte    
John Brierley    
Julen Masach    
Feliciano Di Blasi    
Elio Carravetta Internacional 0.8K

 

Coaches

It’s a versatile type of coaches that may train first and youth team players in any area. It depends on attributes level of coaches.

For instance, high Tactical attribute value means a coach may get more stars in Tactics area. The rules for the other attributes:

  • Attacking attribute -> Attacking area;
  • Defending attribute -> Defending area;
  • Mental attribute -> Ball Control area;
  • Technical attribute -> Shooting and Ball Control areas;

At the same time high values of common attributes are still very significant:

  • Determination, Level of Discipline, Motivating and Man Management;
  • Working with Youngsters is necessary for training young players (U18);
  • Adaptability can be important if your coach is foreign and has not worked in your club’s nation.

Best cheap coaches in FM 2013

Name

Club

Wage

Angelo Antenucci    
Marcel Lucassen    
John Owens    
Paolo Riela    
Luca Alimonta    
Valter Vio    
Franck Jurietti    
David Bowman Dundee United 0.4K
Elio Carravetta Internacional 0.8K
Colin Cooper Middlesbrough 1.3K
Victor Onopko CSKA Moscow 1.5K
Volodymyr Rashevs’kyi Shakhtar 1.7K
Rubio Getafe 6.7K

 

Youth Coaches

Youth coaches train youth players only. Requirements to them are the very same as for standard Coaches described in the previous passage. Working with Youngsters attribute is crucial one in this case.

Best cheap Youth coaches in FM 2013

Name

Club

Wage

Paulo Riela    
Erick Mombaerts    
Luc Rabat    
Ivan Juric    
Neil Bailey    
John Owens    
Chris Sulley    
Momparlet    
Pierre Mankowski    
David Bowman Dundee United 0.4K
Wim van der Horst Sparta 0.7K
Simon Ireland Blackburn 1.4K
John McMahon Tranmere 2.4K

 

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Vitaliy Mokosiy

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Author: Vitaliy Mokosiy

Playing Football Manager since 1996. Blogging about it since 2007.