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Guide to Training on Football Manager | FM22

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Guide to Training on Football Manager | FM22

In this guide to training, we want to look at how you can get a little bit more out of the training system in Football Manager.


Football Manager 2022 provides us with more options than ever before for building not only a squad, but an entire club. A huge part of that comes down to development of training regimes, youth academies, and more. In this series, we want to take a closer look at some of the most important elements involved in choosing a club that you can develop. In this article, we'll take a look at how we can get more out of the training system in FM22.

So, how do you put on fun sessions that benefit your team?
 

Training develops player attributes


The first thing we want to speak about is the importance of understanding what training does and does not do. Training for each player – individually, anyway – determines the attributes they are developing. So, if you put a Winger on an Inside Forward training regime, they will be working on the parts of their game that might be lacking.

Please note that role familiarity does not matter as much as attributes. If someone has all of the attributes needed to play as a CF, they can likely do so.

If you play someone in the position you want to develop them in, they will become more adaptable and capable of playing in that role. You need to play them in actual games to help them become more familiar with the role, though; simply training is not enough. Attributes and your coaches ability to judge a player will determine what roles appear as recommended for them.
 

Your team training is absolutely vital


One thing that many people do not realise is that they can edit individual training regimes, as noted above, but they can also edit the weekly training regime for the whole squad. This means that if you find your team is not making enough chances, then you should be including more things like Attacking Movement as part of your weekly training.

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You can choose from many pre-set training styles and tinker further to set up your ideal training.

You should be looking to evaluate where your team is going wrong, basically. Let us say you are trying to play a counter attacking system, but you feel like your team is being caught out of position and being broken on themselves. Including more training sessions (for the team, not the player) that work on things like Teamwork can go a long way to making sure your team stay in position and help one another.
 

You need to set your own set piece training


Many FM22 players are left disappointed as they feel like their team simply do not make enough chances via set pieces. This is because (especially if you do what we mention below) none of the pre-set training schedules include set piece training.

Many times, you have a ‘Rest’ schedule at the end of each training day. For maybe 2-3 days per week, you could include an adjustment to the session to include things like Set Piece Delivery, Attacking/Defending Corners/Free Kicks, and Penalties.

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Replace 'Rest' for 'Set Pieces' training and reap the benefits. 

Add them in and you will soon notice that your team is far more fluent when it comes to set piece scoring. Also, be sure to look at the actual Set Piece systems you have set-up. Many just leave these on default, but moving players around and changing how the ball is delivered from set-pieces, as well as training on this, can change things quickly.
 

You should not allow your Assistant Manager to do everything


Training looks confusing, and it is common for FM22 players to just leave it to your assistant. Unless you have managed to bag a top-class assistant, though, this is a pretty poor idea. The little things that can make the biggest difference for a player will need to be included by you.

This means that including things like Defensive Shape, Match Tactics, Teamwork, and Match Reviews should be a key part of your weekly training regimes. You need to add these in manually if you let your coaches handle training.

They can set general training systems, but they will always leave some gaps as we mentioned above in the Rest category. Including some key extras for things like Team Bonding and the aforementioned above could be very important to long-term player development and growth.
 

Always look to the training page


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Take advantage of training screens to help develop your players.

Many people just ignore the training page, but if you click on it you can see lots of key information – including who is (and is not) happy with training. Look into each player profile, and praise/critique them for good/bad training ratings. If you see a player is unhappy because they feel like they could be doing more training (Quickness is a common complaint) then you should look to add in some Quickness training as part of their individual training.
 

Listen to staff recommendations


While we mentioned above that you should not leave your staff to do it all, the regular staff meetings you are asked to attend will give you recommendations for training regime changes for players, and the team as a whole. It might also give you some suggestions for things like Player Preferred Moves (PPMs) to teach/remove from players based on their stats and their role in the team.

Keep those in mind, as they can often give you some insight into how to make training even better for your players. Thus, you will see more improvement from your team and more growth tailored to the roles and positions they play.
 

Looking for a place to start?


Then we recommend you look at some of the FM22 training sessions that you can download. Many choose simply to use a prebuilt training regime as it can fit in with the style of football they wish to play. For example, you can find training systems built around the ideals of someone like a Jurgen Klopp, Antonio Conte, Brendan Rodgers etc.

This can save you time, but please make sure you actually look at the adjustments being made in the training sessions. You might find it easier just to use a prebuilt training system, but learning more about it and what it changes should be high-up on your list of plans.

The more you know about the training system, the better you can do. Just as downloading a prebuilt tactic can give you some ideas and education, so can using prebuilt training regimes.

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