That's a good point actually. But maybe if the individual training was only for Youth players it would be more fair? It seems illogical that my players wouldn't want to better their careers by focusing on a skill set that at least gives them a roster spot. For example if a player is a 85 in speed, 42 in agility, 35 in accuracy, 80 in dexterity, 50 in strength, for example, they are basically useless. Not agile enough to play seeker or keeper and not accurate enough to be a chaser and not strong or accurate enough to be a beater. I just find it frustrating when our Youth players turn out this way and realistically it doesn't make a lot of sense. However, maybe I only feel that way because I haven't been through the cycle yet--this is the first team I've built, I bought a bunch of good youngsters back in the Iron League days and now they're hitting their primes in the Gold League. I'm just worried that once my players get old I won't have any Youth players that can actually play a particular position.