🦥3. Player Skills in Lazy Soccer

Every player in Lazy Soccer has a unique set of skills that determine their abilities on the field. The skill set varies depending on the player's position.

  • Goalkeepers: The skills of goalkeepers include abilities specific to their role, such as clearing the ball, intuition, reaction time, agility, positioning, and playing off the line. This combination of skills allows goalkeepers to effectively prevent goals and support the team's defense.

  • Field Players: The skills of field players cover a broader range of actions on the soccer field, including defensive moves, shooting, speed, technique, passing, and heading. These skills assist players in attack, defense, and in maintaining and leading the ball.

Skill Balance and Development in Lazy Soccer

In Lazy Soccer, the balance of player skills and the algorithms that govern their behavior during match simulations are continuously refined. At the initial stage, it's important to pay attention to how your player is generated, as this will give you insights into which skills are most beneficial for players in different positions.

Example: For central defenders, the priority skills are "defense" (81) and "heading" (73), making them particularly effective in defense. However, remember that all skills are important, and improving less significant ones can significantly enhance a defender's performance in other aspects.

As you continue to develop and train players, it is advisable to consider their initial skills and strategically develop them according to the requirements of your tactics and playing style. This approach will allow you to maximize the potential of each player and enhance the overall strength of the team.

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