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I wanna make a tactic work around a trequartista because I'm a fan of Roberto Baggio. Anyone got an idea about a tactic? I'm a fan of 4-2-3-1 and 4-3-3 DM Wide, but I want to have all my players above at least 6.90 avarege rating. But I want especially my trequartista excelling at assists and my lone striker (read Icardi) as a goalmachine. I know the ME isn't favorable for through balls, but I don't have a problem with crosses from the flank neither. I was thinking about managing Internazionale and buying Luis Alberto from Lazio as my trequartista, dream player would be Paulo Dybala of course!

PS: Sorry for thos who'd expect a plug-n-play tactic in OP :) hopefully further up in this topic!

@Ö-zil to the Arsenal!

 

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21 hours ago, BadAss88 said:

I want to have all my players above at least 6.90 avarege rating

How is anyone supposed to guarantee that to you ???  :idiot:

People can give you some good (or not so good) ideas on how you can set up a tactic around a TQ, but for anybody to offer you any more concrete suggestion, they would need to know a lot more about your team (not only the TQ and striker).

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On 23/11/2018 at 23:48, Experienced Defender said:

How is anyone supposed to guarantee that to you ???  :idiot:

People can give you some good (or not so good) ideas on how you can set up a tactic around a TQ, but for anybody to offer you any more concrete suggestion, they would need to know a lot more about your team (not only the TQ and striker).

I don't want it guaranteed, I just like having my players have good average ratings. It's the factor I look the most at to see if a player performs in my tactic!

Well, like I said, I'm thinking about starting with Internazionale, a well known team I suppose. But I rather like a general tactic apart from the players I would use where the play is orchestrated by my TQ and the goals are mainly from my (lone?) striker. I just want to get a great discussion started about how people see a TQ flourish in a certain tactic or how they would set-up such a tactic!

Any suggestions are welcome!

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The 4-2-3-1 is a difficult formation, I think you might benefit from using something more traditional, something closer to a 4-3-1-2. I believe it easier to see what the players are supposed to do in this formation around the trequartista and maybe then move to more complicated formations. Plus there are gr8 articles about the origin of the role in this formation and why the system was "developed" in relation to the Trequartista in later decades (for example in Argentina) due to changes in football.

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