I know there are many people who select 1 training regiment and they sell those young trainees to purchase players for other positions on their team. I fail to understand how this can work successfully. Let’s say I do Playmaking training and I play a 352 for league games. I have the following 3 midfield starters for the weekends: Player A- 28yrs magnificent playmaker Player B- 30yrs magnificent playmaker Player C- 19yrs outstanding playmaker Now I start purchasing young 17yr old playmakers (passable, solid). I purchase 3, play them in friendlies for 2 seasons, and then sell them. With that money I maybe buy 2 great defenders (hopefully… is that reasonable 2 defenders that are brilliant or world class, or is it more like only one defender that’s brilliant or world class? I understand it depends on the market and what you sell your players at and how much the others cost, but roughly is that possible?) Then I do the same thing again I purchase another 3 young 17yr old playmakers (passable, solid), play them in friendlies for 2 seasons, and then sell them. With that money I maybe buy 2 great Forwards. (again, is that reasonable?) Now my starting midfielders (Players A, B, and C) are 32, 34, and 23 yrs old respectively. Players A & B are going to have to be replaced. How do I go about doing this? Do I, again, purchase another 3 young 17yr old playmakers (passable, solid), play them in friendlies for 2 seasons, then sell them and try to buy two 23 yr old midfielders? Problem is the drop is midfield skill and level between the 32 yr olds and the 23 yr olds will be huge! My midfield will take a big hit. So what am I not understanding? Thanks!