Once you kick start your managerial venture in the latest Football Manager 2015 game, it’s hard to avoid signing best players and watch their impact on your team. When scouting these players it’s important to make sure that these players are not injury prone. They might be out of the squad for days, months, maybe a full season, depending on the nature of their injury. You may have bought the player for a club record fee, but it all goes in vain if he is injury-prone. There are players who get sidelined soon, either in training or in just few minutes after the match starts. It’s better to analyze their natural fitness, strength attributes before signing them. To avoid these problems for your side, we have listed here ten players who are injury prone and whom you should not try to buy for big bucks, once you start the game. It is to be noted that in every FM game there is a hidden attribute 'Injury Proneness' which tells us how often some player might get injured in the game. This attribute ranges from 0-20, less often the player gets injured, the less likely his Injury Proneness attribute is to increase. Lower Injury Proneness means that injuries are suffered less frequently.
#1 Jack Wilshere
The 22-year-old England International is the youngest ever league debutant for Arsenal at the age of 16 years and has made 96 appearances for the Gunners. He has represented England at all the youth levels.
He is a future star for England and will be a key player for the future. But, Wilshere is very injury-prone and has missed some crucial matches for Arsenal mostly in every season. Last season, Wilshere suffered a hairline fracture on his left foot and was sidelined for six weeks, missing key matches against Chelsea and Manchester City.
This season, he was ruled out for three months after the home defeat against Manchester United, following surgery on his left ankle after injuring the ligaments. You should think twice before signing him for your team.