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I'm fairly happy with defensive performance but attacking play and particularly xG is so poor.
    
Here are some recent results. I'm Southend

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And my tactic (only added 'Move into channels' and 'Roaming' to my AMC Attack)
 

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What do you think about to improve it? Thanks in advanced.

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First thing that sticks out is you're playing a relatively strong attacking formation, but only have one of your front four on attack. That's not inherently problematic, but I find myself questioning, who's supposed to be scoring your goals? Especially since that "one" is an AM and I don't know traits or PIs for that player. You're set to "hit early crosses," but how often is anyone in position to get on the end of those crosses? 

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2 hours ago, iav said:

I'm fairly happy with defensive performance but attacking play and particularly xG is so poor.
    
Here are some recent results. I'm Southend

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And my tactic (only added 'Move into channels' and 'Roaming' to my AMC Attack)
 

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What do you think about to improve it? Thanks in advanced.

Your TI'S suggest you want to play defensive football, but you have a wing back on attack and your 2 DM'S are very aggressive. You also have little penetration in that front 4, I'd add another attack duty. Pass into space should only really be used on situational basis so I'd remove that.

I'd also like to raise the question: what's your style of play?

 

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3 hours ago, iav said:

What do you think about to improve it? Thanks in advanced.

what style are you looking for?

  • Do you want to play tiki-taka?
  • Do you want to catch the other team on the break?
  • are you looking for defensive football?
  • Do you want to play attacking football with a high press?
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