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Tug's Training schedules for FM 2010

Welcome to Tug's Training 2010!


# All schedules modified slightly in key areas so as to hopefully create the most successful and comprehensive training schedules yet.

# Extensive testing on demo with a range of teams, many thanks to all testers!

# Updated versions will be added to the site as testing continues in the full game, keep an eye on this site and tactic/training sections of various FM scene websites.

NOTE: At the moment there are no part time schedules, and as you probably gathered from the last 2 versions there are no plans to make them. Sorry about that.

Football Manager 2010 Best Training Schedules


If you think you have a player who doesn't fit into any of the schedules, put him where your best judgment says you should put him. For example If you have a left back who plays very attacking football, you might prefer to train him as a midfielder or even a winger. Also, if one of your Strikers is more of a flair based player, you might fancy training them on the attacking midfielder regime. Or in reverse: an attacking midfielder who is fairly clinical might benefit from striker training.

NOTE: I use these schedules as an improvement on the default FM schedules, if you have a player who needs a lot of work in a certain area, copy their schedule and tinker with it. Eg. a well developed player who has disappointingly low pace, might benefit from a lower intensity on certain parts of his training in aid of more intense Aerobic training. Play around with them, individual training schedules can be important!


Occasionally, you may want to rest your players, perhaps nearer to the latter stages of the season.

Or sometimes just clicking down the training intensity a few pegs can help a bit.

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Tug's Training 2010 PC INSTRUCTIONS:

Download the files and then copy them to:

(My) Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2010\Schedules

If you don't have a Schedules folder, simply create one.

When you're on the training screen in game, click on Edit training, go to import, select the Training files and click OK one file at a time.

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Tug's Training 2010 MAC INSTRUCTIONS:

Coming soon...



Football Manager 2010 (Tactics, Trainings, Graphics, Players)


Bilal Ahmad Sunday, 31 January, 2010  

Thanks for Tug's Training schedule! I was looking for a good Training schedule for my West Brom side!

Anonymous,  Saturday, 06 February, 2010  

i cant use it because its a rar file,, what should i do??

Anonymous,  Friday, 12 February, 2010  

how to open tsh files?

Anonymous,  Monday, 08 March, 2010  

un-rar it!

Anonymous,  Tuesday, 09 March, 2010  

Cool, working fine for my York team.

Anonymous,  Sunday, 25 April, 2010  

how do i get my youth scheldue up as i only can get up the senior 1

Anonymous,  Friday, 30 April, 2010  

The tsh files dont seem to appear when i try to import then, but they are there when i have a look through My Computer. What do I do?

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