KCHDD Posted August 2, 2020 Share Posted August 2, 2020 Basically I'm not sure if this is going to work out, I did look at some long threads from guys like @Experienced Defender @Djuicer and have been trying to make a tactic I can use as a base for saves later in the future. I did have a short thread with a 4231 previously but I think 433 seems better suited for what I want to do. So it basically goes like this: GK -- SK(s) RB -- WB(s) Stay wider, Cross aim near post RCB -- CD(d) LCB -- BPD(d) LB -- WB(s) Stay wider, Cross aim near post CDM -- DLP(s) RCM -- MEZ(a) LCM -- AP(s) RW -- IW(s) Cross aim far post LW -- IF(a) Cross aim far post ST -- DLF(a) Mentality: Positive In Possession -- WBIB, Shorter Passing, Play out of Defence, Low Crosses, Fairly Narrow In Transition -- Distribute to CBs and FBs, Counter, Counter-press Out of Possession -- Higher DL, More Urgent Pressing, Prevent short GK Distribution, Offside Trap Can anyone give me some feedback on whether the duties make sense? The main concerns I have are with the striker. I do want the striker to open up space for the wide forwards to get in the box and score which can be done with a DLF or F9 but I don't want to totally reduce him to a supporting role and still want to contribute with goals. I do already have the AP and MEZ behind for some of the creative load. I have seen some instances where AF can work in this formation. I have also read about how using too many in possession TIs could result in tactical overkill, are there any of those I should remove? Also, would it be better to remove counter-press and more urgent pressing and just set my forward players to press harder? Thanks. Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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