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3rd season with Leicester City and struggling to kick on and challenge for honours.

Usually comfortable with a 433 - suits my team very well.

Few points

  • Want to play quite a free-flowing passing game which is why I opt against shorter passing as I have very creative players like Tielemans, Santos etc.
  • I opt to try and play wider as I have two wide players that like to cut in, so I want to make sure they have space to cut in.
  • Really struggling to creative consistent chances even with overwhelmingly creative players - Tielemans DLP(s) for example has 19 vision, 17 flair, 17 passing, 17 decisions etc.
  • Gouiri is my best statistical player and is good enough for CF(a)
  • Left flank is where I concede 50% of my goals
  • Currently I rank 19th in the league for 'Clear Cut Chances' created on the season, my xG is very poor, I actually out perform it.
  • Consistently draw or lose to the bottom teams in the league.
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-Drop overlap left for not decreasing LW’s mentality and not increasing LB’s mentality

-Change DLPs to APs. There is no need to use another holding centre mid when you use one. This will help attacking plays.

-Drop wide attacking width. You don’t need it with a WB. Also bear in mind, high attacking width means more crosses. Increasing attacking width helps when there is nothing to do against narrow deep defending sides or when you have suited formation and roles/duties for wide plays.

-Increase DL atleast one level to decrease space between lines. Default level is too passive for Leicester. This can help counter-press too.

-Drop distribute to playmaker. This can increase lose balls. It contradicts with playing out of defence.

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7 hours ago, zabyl said:

-Drop overlap left for not decreasing LW’s mentality and not increasing LB’s mentality

-Change DLPs to APs. There is no need to use another holding centre mid when you use one. This will help attacking plays.

-Drop wide attacking width. You don’t need it with a WB. Also bear in mind, high attacking width means more crosses. Increasing attacking width helps when there is nothing to do against narrow deep defending sides or when you have suited formation and roles/duties for wide plays.

-Increase DL atleast one level to decrease space between lines. Default level is too passive for Leicester. This can help counter-press too.

-Drop distribute to playmaker. This can increase lose balls. It contradicts with playing out of defence.

will give all of this a go, thanks for the advice.

 

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