Perfect Lock but Reporter doesnt think so???

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Perfect Lock but Reporter doesnt think so???

Post by Guest on Mon May 14, 2012 9:54 pm

I have a young player who i have recently promoted from my YA, he is one of my traniee's so i have dedicated 10 nets to him, I see him as a Lock, but keeps getting a cross from reporters.

Should i go with what i think? or move him around until reporter thinks he is in the best Position, my worry is that i train him for the next 3/4 seasons in a position he is never going to reach full potential in the reporters eye.

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Plays for South London Scorpions
Nationality England
Salary $96,259 ($6,016 per week)
Weight 121kg
Height 203cm
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Birthday Round 5, Day 1

Right handed, right footed, in average form Stable.
A conservative player with reckless discipline, admirable leadership, and non-existent experience.

Stamina: Reputable Handling: Reputable
Attack: Admirable Defense: Princely
Technique: Limited Strength: Admirable
Jumping: Decent Speed: Average
Agility: Limited Kicking: Horrible

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Re: Perfect Lock but Reporter doesnt think so???

Post by Wingnut on Mon May 14, 2012 10:36 pm

give him 2 tech 2 jumping 2 stamina 2 strength
1 defence 1 handling

and fire your reporter
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Re: Perfect Lock but Reporter doesnt think so???

Post by mmm on Mon May 14, 2012 11:25 pm

Yeah 121 kg and 203cm he seems ideally suited to the second row.
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Re: Perfect Lock but Reporter doesnt think so???

Post by Flu444 on Tue May 15, 2012 4:32 am

I reckon it will be his low Tech that is causing the reporter to reckon he is a center or backrow.

few tech and str pops and he will get a big green tick

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Re: Perfect Lock but Reporter doesnt think so???

Post by Raggs on Tue May 15, 2012 6:19 am

I'd say the low tech may be causing it to think centre, definitely not backrow though, tech is the most important for backrow.
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