What can you manage in the squad section?


Under “Squad” you can manage the players on your team. This will allow you to easily view development statistics on a player or generate them as well.
Warning: Please keep in mind that this section already contains your team players in the database.
To view how to create opponent players please click here.
To view how to create players on opponent teams that are being observed please click here.

Where do I find the squad section?


This is how you get to the squad section:

  • Click on the “Team and Sessions” link on the upper navigation bar.
  • Click on the “Squad” link in the navigation bar to the left of your screen.

Create a new player


Warning: This section contains information on how to create players for your own team.

To view how to create opponent players please click here.

To view how to create players on opponent teams that are being observed please click here.

  • To create a new player on your own team click on the “New player” entry you will find in the players section on the bottom left of your screen. It will be easily recognized by a green addition symbol.
  • To add a new player you must enter at least the first and last names.
  • All additional data is optional and can be completed at a later moment.
  • Once all the details have been completed click on the “Save” button on the bottom left side of the screen, and the new player will be added while you will also see the navigation tree to the left of the screen.

Tip: If you enter an email address for a player you can also invite him directly as a member of the team who develops a role as a “Player”.

Review players


  • To modify the data of an exisiting player, click on the “Players” section on the lower left corner of your screen and choose the player you would like to edit.
  • On the right you will view the existing data which you can modify according to your preferences.
  • To confirm your changes click on the “Save” button.

The changes you make will not be saved if you move on to another player or another page without previously saving them.

Establish positions and properties


Aside from the personal details of every player you will have the possibility to assign up to three positions per player and award them properties such as “Striker” and/or “High performance player”. This has an advantage as you will have an exact overall view of the games in which only “Strikers” or “High performance players” participated by accesing the Statistics module.

  • Tick the control boxes to activate the striker or high performance player properties.
  • To establish a player’s position, select the “Edit position” option and a blue “Pop-up” will appear.
  • Once in this window you can select the position/s of your choice for this player.
  • Confirm the positions you have selected by clicking on “OK”.

You should be able to view them when you Generate/Review the lineup for a game.

Delete players/Convert players into former players


You will not be able to directly delete a player that has already been created. But you will be able to move a player to the “Former players” category. This has the advantage that player data will be stored even after players leave the team during a season.

  • To convert an active player into a former player you must click on the player of your choice from the menu on the left of your screen.
  • Then you will find a “Delete” button to the right of your screen. After this please confirm this action clicking on the “Yes” button.

To delete a player for good go to the help available under “Former players “

Player statistics


You can view players’ statistis by clickin on the “Statistics” link you will find directly below the players name. On the upper right side of your screen you will be able to view, by previously selecting the tab, players’ statistics for each training unit, league games, cup games and friendly games. Each statistic refers to data that has been created and kept for each player individually in the training and game units.

Training units


  • The first tab on the upper left side of your screen shows you the training statistics of each player.
  • The diagram in the middle is generated automatically based on the notes you have established for each player for every training unit.
  • The blue line indicates the training notes.

After a certain number of training days, due to space issues, you will only be able to view the second date of each couple of dates. However, all the notes will be reflected in the diagram and the ratings.

Below the diagram you will view all the training units as well as a general overview of the attendance records and absences and also the training units that have not been rated.

Game statistics


The second tab in the upper middle section of your screen will bring you the game statistics of each player. These are generated according to the data that you have entered for the corresponding games.

  • The first diagram shows the number of bookins for a player. A yellow or red column on the diagram will let you know if the player has been booked. Two yellow cards in a single game date mean the player has seen the yellow card twice.
  • The yellow line shows the total number of yellow cards of each game day. After a certain number of game days, due to space issues, you will only be able to view the second of every couple days. However you will be able to view all the game days under a single column. In the lower left side you will also view the number of bookings along with all the game days.
  • The next statistics you can view are goals and assists and is shown in a diagram. The columns represent the number of goals and assists in a game day; the rows represent the addition of both goals and assists.
  • The statistics on a player’s condition are generated based on the notes you give each player for every game. The line represents the tendency so an upward line owuld mean that a player’s condition is improving and viceversa.
  • The last two statistics represent the playing time (only one per each game type) or the total playing time (league, cup and friendly games).

Each line on the table represents a game. The first columns refer in the first place to the game in general (game day number, home or away game, date, type of game and final score. The remaining columns refer to the players and indicate their personal condition, goals (G), assists (A), yellow cards (Y) and red cards (R) as well as the playing time in minutes.

By clicking on “Print”, you will have a few options open where you can choose the statistic you wish to print. Confirm your selection in “Print” and a window with a print preview will open along with the printer properties window.

Player values


In order to comprehend the exct development of your players throughout a season not only based on the games and training sessions but also to have a general overview of each player’s strengths and weaknesses as well as all changes, you have a function called”Player values” at your disposition. Here you will be able to manage all properties and values related to games, trainings and the team in an individual and flexible way. This data is not related to training units or game days directly. You will be able to create them when you choose to do so as well as review and modify them later on.

  • To view the values assigned to the players, select the player you wish to view from the navigation bar on the left and click on “Player values”.
  • You will find individual evaluations with the date format on the left, under the player’s name. If no value has been created yet please click here.
  • Click on the “Print” button and you will now be able to select between a general overview or the tendency curves. Simply choose the option you prefer and confirm by clicking on “Print”. Now a new window with a print preview will open and you will also have your printer options available.

Create new player values


  • Select a player
  • Click on “New Value” which is easily recognizable by the green addition symbol.
  • Select the day you wish to evaluate.
  • Give your evaluation notes by moving the individual indicators.
  • To confirm the evaluation values click on “Save”.

Review player values


  • Select a player
  • Select the date of the evaluation.
  • Modify your evaluation by moving the individual indicators.
  • Confirm your modification by clicking on “Save”.

Delete player values


  • Select a player
  • Select the date of the evaluation.
  • Click on “Delete”.
  • Confirm you wish to delete by clicking on the “Yes” button you will see on the pop-up.
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