TheJanitor Posted June 14, 2020 Share Posted June 14, 2020 Hey everybody. I'm playing Norwich in FM19 (I guess their squad is about the same as in FM20) and I need some help. I'm tempted to play a 4-2-3-1 narrow because I think it fits the players at the club nicely. This is what I have in mind (ignore the roles, these are the tactics default): Problem is, I'm really not sure on how the set up the team. The numbers in the middle of the pitch suggests a possession-based setup, so this is what I'm working towards. To give the central AMs space, I'm considering playing the striker as Advanced Forward and the two central CMs as CM/d and DLP/s. This will also form a solid base to allow the FBs to be more aggressive in attack. I'm not sure about how I could set the AMs in a varied, effective way. Buendia is the star of this team and I really like an Advance Playmaker role for him, possibly on attack, to offer close support for the AF. Cantwell is similarly a creative type, but not quite as good yet, and Stiepermann is quite different, decent in the air and has PPMs like Arrives Late In Opponents' Area and Places Shots. I think he could be like a secondary goal-scoring threat after Pukki. I guess I have a certain idea in mind but I'm not sure on the roles and how not to become one-dimensional (by having similar flanks with Aarons and Buendia on the right and Cantwell and Lewis on the left), so I would love some suggestions on this matter! Thanks! Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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