torchibo Posted September 3, 2020 Share Posted September 3, 2020 Hello guys, I hope some of you can help me with this tactic. I want to play Gegenpress and fast attacking football nothing out of the ordinary. The type of goals/attack I envision are: Because of overload and combinations on the right side. That's why I chose a mezzala, inverted winger, and a wing-back for some width. Mez-A cause I think there needs some drive to the goals to create some chances. If the overload on the right side struggles or if the ball goes to Thiago he tries to create a threat with through balls or a cross to the left side, which is on full attack to use the spaces. Cm-U I see as a general help to give the midfield some stability but I also think a Box-Box could be better although I don't know what exactly differs those two. The DLF-U is used just as a link between attack and midfield either on the overload side or the left side. The next possibility for chances is made by playing overlaps or underlaps, depending on which side, to create dynamic football. In my mind, this tactic looks exactly like what I thought about but on the field shows me the reality. General lack of pass security which is understandable because I have high-tempo with rather direct passing but still from a side like Munich its confusing ( I guess the cause lies within the tactic). There isn't a useful overload they just push the ball around until they lose it or give it to Thiago who shows his occasional genius. The left side looks blank and uncreative. There isn't combination anywhere besides the occasional chance. Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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