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2 hours ago, wakesta said:

Has anyone tried this tactic & had any success with this?

That (in the picture) is not a tactic. That's just a formation. 

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4 hours ago, wakesta said:

Has anyone tried this tactic & had any success with this?

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I'm pretty sure that whatever portal/app you used just laid out the formation/tactic as such without any context. It probably has no meaning whatsoever.

While Benfica predominantly plays the 442, on the pitch it is very fluid, morphing into a 4231, 4222 (picture), 424 or even 433 when Waldschmidt drops deep.

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20 hours ago, MadOnion said:

 

I'm pretty sure that whatever portal/app you used just laid out the formation/tactic as such without any context. It probably has no meaning whatsoever.

While Benfica predominantly plays the 442, on the pitch it is very fluid, morphing into a 4231, 4222 (picture), 424 or even 433 when Waldschmidt drops deep.

If you are talking the way that JJ has been playing this season, he has been using both a 4-4-2 and a 4-2-3-1, sometimes even in the same match.
The "trick" to achieve the way JJ plays is by playing Weigl/Gabriel/Tino (when you'll have him) as a DLP on defend (and distribution to playmaker) in the DM strata and a box-to-box or CM on support with dribble more as an 8.

If you play with two strikers, I would say to use Everton and Rafa, both, Everton as an IW on support on ML/MR strata with roam from position and sit narrower, and Rafa on attack duty, and two wingbacks on support.

Wald is a DLF on support with roam from position as he seems to appear a bit everywhere on the attack and Haris/Darwin are PF on attack duty, as they sometimes come a bit deep and play to the supporting players.

Of course I would start with a few instructions such as, play out of the back + low crosses + narrow shape (not very narrow tho) and then would add what you feel you need. Then, of course, counter-press and counter, and of course, distribute to playmaker (or if it's still possible, distribute to specific area, I think in fm20 you could do that and keep more generic roles) , and Higher LOW, standard LOE, keep short GK distribution, offside line, and more pressing.
That is a goodbase, I would say.

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