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I used to think it's kinda opposite. Tight marking works with low block. Basically, tight marking makes a defender to come close to the off the ball attacker, thus making it harder to pass him the ball. The trade off is that tight marking makes it easier for opposition to pass into space. I recall few years back the conventional wisdom was to man mark stationary roles, such as target forward, and not man mark dynamic roles, such as advanced forward.

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