|HP - SP||EN - SH - PA||AT - BL - CA|
PA stands for "Pass". It dictates how far your pass can go before the receiving player fumbles it. When the ball leaves the player's hand, it can be blocked by a gaurding player and be intercepted if the guarding player brings the PA score down to 0, or the ball can continue towards the desired player. If the PA score goes down to 0 during this time, the receiving will fumble it at all times. The ball will then be retreived by the nearest player. A high PA score is crucial for a midfielder. They get the ball to the fowards and must be able to bypass defenders by throwing the ball wel enough so that the defenders cannot block it. Special passes can be used by midfielders to make defending players regret blocking the ball by cutting their stats.