have noticed that in the beginning of the Hitwicket life many managers face a
large number of defeats (which is quite natural), which leads to many of them
dropping out of the game (noticed with a few friends). But, here is a probable seasonal approach with which if
a newbie sticks, he would be rather better.
1: Learn from loses
be defeated a lot, some may be lucky
enough if their star players fire regularly. But then, you know your team is
Recruit a few good scouts and meanwhile try to upgrade all your training
facilities, training is the thing which
starts with upgrading them.
Ideally, by good management, you must be able to upgrade all facilities at the
end of your first season (or about 6-8 home matches)
to forum for doubts, search your problems and understand the game and your team.
- You may not have good trainees, so better it is to meanwhile give about 4 fitness and then fielding training, and make them good keepers and fielders, will be good if some of them stay long in your team.(by Varun pathi (SUNRH))
2: Spend a lot, train a lot
Early on, figure out what is the need of your team, guys with what aspect are
younger. Say, you have 3 good 18-19 year old Batsman and bowlers are bit old,
then train batting after spending some money in buying 3 more young trainees.
have young fast bowlers, do it with them, or with spinners, depends on your
you have your trainees, TRAIN THEM.
Again, you may lose some matches because of training, that’s fine.
3: Save a lot, train a lot
have your trainees, go on training them more.
Recruit good scouts, if needed keep them, if not sell them and earn money.
your incomes, by the end of season your trainees must be quite good after two
seasons of training
Surely you would start winning most matches
4: The Big Deal
good-young-costly-players of aspect you haven’t trained till now with all the
can either continue your training with same trainees you had earlier in that
aspect, or start training these newly bought players. All the aspects must be strong