Great, if you could pm me your tactic, would be greatly appreciated mate.
Just want to try it out with my latest save with Portsmouth. Im struggling.
I could, but not sure it will help - the tactic is heavily based on individuals and their roles, which means you have to alter the roles the players have base on who plays in that role in a particular match. You might have a Limited Defender that should be cover one day, but a Defender that is a stopper the next. Then you need to change these roles when you change the player, to get the most out of each player.
So the roles in my tactic might not suit your players, and then you have to change them.
But if you still want, I can send it.
BTW, Id love to have your savegame to see how I can get it to work there
As for surge's scroogelike comment i've tried and failed miserably with my own creations
So you just gave up? For me the beauty of this game is developing your own tactics over time. It takes time to tweak a tactic to work in the best way for your team. Just because supersaint's tactic works for him doesn't mean it will work for everyone.
Again, not having a go, it is christmas after all and i'm busy making everyone work late.
In happy-happy-sad-sad-sad-land...Bipolarity rocks!
Re: Wanna bet how far I can take it?
Im with Suge on this one
I started with this tactic back in first season, when on the demo. Its only the three last seasons that it started to work almost perfectly. The latest patch made me tweak it a bit more to still be efficient.
So it has taken a lot of time to get it right and to suit my team and my philosophy - and its not a plug and play tactic, which is one of the reasons I wont just make it available to everyone just yet.
When I have finished the season and got my head around some details regarding the Touchline Instructions plus tested the tactic/theory/philosophy for some games with other teams, I will make a summary and make it available through TT&F
(And the summary aint be three lines, I promise you )
Please let that crook get done. He is fine at the weaker teams as he can give them the confidence and basic tactics they need to survive, and improve them with cheapp, unknown but decent quality players. At Tottenham, his signings have been average (Palacios and Defoe good, Keane dreadful, rest average/fairley poor), he motivated us at first but has now not done enough to stop the team getting cocky, and his tactics are nothing special. People say that we iproved alot under him, but Ramos got it all wrong when it came down to judging our players personalaty and wrecked their confidense. Redknapp has us back up to where we shhould be (Europa League places) but I would be amazed if he can take us to the next level and keep us their. We should never have sacked Martin Jol tbh. And btw, I was only joking in post 3 ;)