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03-22-2011, 10:19 AM
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Forsbergwannabe
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Originally Posted by RW8 View Post
Your player is very similar to the one MadArcand just bought and forsberg figured his will be roughly 370 AI. Your guy will likely be right around the same.

For a bit of a comparison, I have a 22 year old 92Q I started playing week 2 of his age17 season. He started at roughly 44 AI and is now at 191.
I based it on my old yp, who to the day had 27 ai less and started out in a 83% T/R, but had 95 Q instead to balance it out and he ended up being 346 at his peak, hence the roughly 370 ai depending on injuries.

Generally speaking a max-1 player with 90+ Q, who reaches 100 ai early in his 19th year will break 350 ai, unless very unlucky with injuries.
It is important to note that max-2 players training decline at the age of 24 vs 25 for max-1 and max players, which costs them about 10 ai that year alone often.

Example of an 92-93 Q max-1īs average training based on my own players:
Age 19: 50% = 35 ai
Age 20: 50% = 35 ai
Age 21: 42% = 29,4 ai
Age 22: 42% = 29,4 ai
Age 23: 42% = 29,4 ai
Age 24: 42% = 29,4 ai
Age 25: 27% = 18,9 ai
age 26: 22% = 15,4 ai
It drops about 3 percent every year at the age of 27 and onwards.

Total = 221,9 ai gained through 19 to 26, but more or less injuries/national team etc can make these numbers differ abit, but I hope people get the picture.
Then with max-2:
Age 19 to 23 is identical
Age 24: 26% = 18,2 ai
Age 25: 24% = 16,8 ai
Age 26: 20% = 14 ai

Like I said these numbers are based on my own players, but they should serve as a rough guideline.

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