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Re: Few questions

1.how can a rating of a player raise?

2.what are the things that count on the dissapearing of an injury?how can you see if it's gonna last a lot or less?

3.If a players it's young then he is going to have his condition low much heavier then an old player?

Welcome mate and Merry Christmas:)

1.

Within Soccer Manager each player is given one rating within a scale of 60 to 99 (with 99 being the highest rated):

* 60-70 - A player who has just started his career or playing non-league football;

* 70-75 - A player who has just started his career or playing in the fourth tier within the major world leagues;

* 75-80 - A player who has proved himself on a regular basis in the third tier within the major world leagues or 'minor' leagues;

* 80-85 - A player who has proved himself on a regular basis in the second tier within the major world leagues or 'lesser' leagues;

* 85-90 - A player who has proved himself on a regular basis in one of the major world leagues or excelled in a 'lesser' league;

* 90-95 - A player who has proved his class on a regular basis in one of the major world leagues or for a top ranked national team or on the continental stage;

* 95+ - A player who has proved his class both on the domestic and continental or international stage.

A player will increase or decrease in rating depending on his form as well as his ability in real-life' date=' and it is not affected by how he performs for you in Soccer Manager. Players ratings are reviewed and updated by our team of specialist football researchers based on their performances in real-life.

When Do Changes Take Place?

Rating changes take place on a weekly basis within a Player Rating Changes Schedule which covers the majority of the world league’s and runs throughout the year.

What Can Influence Changes?

Each week our team of researchers will assess players performance from certain leagues (based on their performance over a significant period of time) to decide whether they warrant an increase or decrease in rating.

The main factors that contribute to a down-rating include:

* Long term injury;

* Serious dip in form;

* Dropping down a domestic league level;

* Moving to a less competitive domestic league;

* Lack of regular first team football;

* Lack of regular continental football;

* Lack of regular international football;

* Long term suspension from the game.

The main factors that contribute to an up-rating include:

* Individual awards and accolades;

* Domestic honours;

* Continental honours;

* International honours;

* Domestic experience;

* Continental experience;

* International experience;

* Reaching the next stage in their career (e.g proving themselves in a higher division or at a continental/international level).

The majority of players will not have their rating changed unless they fall into the above categories. Also players will not have their rating changed purely on playing time (minutes accumulated) unless they fall into the above categories.[/quote']

2. There's nothing you can do when a player is injured, all you can do is wait. To see how long he is out for, go to his profile, then selection details at the top, then next to Injuries it should say what happened to him and when he will be back.

3. I'm not 100% sure about this one, but I'm guessing so. It would make sense for a older player to get his condition lower quicker then a younger player. Other factors are taken to consideration like the tempo your team plays, fast means they tire quicker:)

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Re: Few questions

1.how can a rating of a player raise?

2.what are the things that count on the dissapearing of an injury?how can you see if it's gonna last a lot or less?

3.If a players it's young then he is going to have his condition low much heavier then an old player?

im sorry but i dont understand your post.

Thanks,

Bud.B)

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