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  1. Just to give you an Idea of how good this is on FM19. West Ham won the league, Carabao Cup and FA Cup treble with this tactic for me. Second season after picking it up with about 1/3 of the first season left.
  2. Km using !FM19BEOWULF451KnapPressP100.fmf in my West Ham save and winning plenty of home games however I am suffering away and loosing to team i shouldn't be. Watching the highlights the team are having plenty of shots but none are considered CCC. Any thoughts on how I may be able to improve the quality of chances being created?
  3. Ive not been here for years, what the hecky peck is a SUS tactic?
  4. Player Information First name: Gary Last Name: Amor Nickname (optional): DOB: DD/MM/1995 (16yo) 21/08 City of Birth: Basildon Nationality: England Second Nationality (optional): Spanish Height (CM): 183 Weight (KG): 100 Ethnicity: Northern European Hair Colour: Light Brown Favourite clubs (optional): West Ham Disliked clubs: (optional): Chelsea Favourite personnel (optional): Paolo Di Canio, Harry Redknapp, Disliked personnel (optional): John Terry, Ashley Cole, Player data Contracted Club (leave blank to be a free agent): West Ham Preferred position: GK Preferred foot:Right Preferred squad number: 13 3 x Technical Attributes: Reflexes One on Ones Tendency To Punch 3 x Mental Attributes: Bravery Influence Positioning 2 x Physical Attributes: Strength Acceleration 2 x Bonus attributes: Anticipation Decisions Personality (highlight 2 x strengths below - use bold or put an X beside your selections) Adaptability Ambition Controversy Loyalty Pressure Professionalism Sportsmanship Temperament Preferred Moves (highlight 3 x strengths below - use bold or put an X beside your selections) Shoots With Power Tries Killer Balls Often Plays Short Simple Passes Gets Forward Whenever Possible Moves Into Channels Gets Into Opposition Area Runs With Ball Through Center Runs With Ball Down Right Runs With Ball Down Left Places Shots Curls Ball Likes to Round Keeper Likes to Try To Break Offside Trap Argues with Officials Likes to Lob Keeper Plays No Through Balls Dwells On Ball Arrives Late In Opposition Area Tries To Play Way Out Of Trouble Stays Back At All Times Dives Into Tackles Does Not Dive Into Tackles Hits Freekicks With Power Runs With Ball Often Runs With Ball Rarely Shoots From Distance Avoids Using Weaker Foot Tries Long Range Free Kicks Cuts Inside Comes Deep To Get Ball Hugs Line Looks For Pass Rather Than Attempting To Score Marks Opponent Tightly Plays With Back To Goal Possesses Long Flat Throw Stops Play
  5. Nation: England Division: Prem European Competition: doesnt matter Media Prediction: mid table downwards Board Expectation(s): as above Transfer Budget: 5-10 mil Wage Budget: this is is where i want a good bit of wedge Finances: whatever
  6. I hear this game has been made available for free now. Anyone know if thats true and is so where i can get it
  7. I have in the past tried, without much success, to build a dream team database. The idea was that, for the top divisions at least, clubs would have their best ever players within the current squad. This would have involved players being duplicated if nessecary, Ian Wright at Palace and Arsenal if needs be. Also, I would make all the decisions on players attributes and so on and try to keep it as fair as possible. I would look to then roll it out to the other divisions and leagues after doing EPL. It would included past and present players and those who are retired or past their best would be put to their 'prime age' to ensure all players can be used effectively My main problem is that I wouldnt be able to do some teams myself so would be looking for some suggestions. Anyway, would there be any interest in this idea?
  8. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by James9: i am playing with arsenal and it seems that this could be a good tactic for the gunners my problem is that i like van persie but cannot play him and henry in the same starting lineup because neither have the target man attributes needed for this tactic to work i just wanted to check if anyone has tried using henry has a traget man how successful it was. </div></BLOCKQUOTE> You could try it as he does often slow play down to allow other to join up with the attack irl. However if you were to use him i would suggest having his supply as to feet ormore appropriately as run onto ball
  9. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by FuSS: ------------------------------------ ••• MiNiMaL_FuSS_07 v2 ••• • It's HERE!, so here's a brief run-down. • I think afew of you will be disapointed with the lack of change, however it's very hard o decide which changes will benefit the tactic when it's already doing so well. • Because of this V2 would more acturately be described as 'V1.5' • Rest assured however I'm testing some big changes at te moment and V3 should stir things up a little. ------------------------------------ ••• OFFICIAL CHANGES ••• • Mentalities tweaked a little • Closing down tweaked a little • Target man settings RE-DONE!!! • Set Pecies RE-DONE!!! (still not happy though) • Winger swapping removed as default (feel free to re-enable) ------------------------------------ ••• NOTES/TIPS ••• As before make some important last minute changes, this works amazingly well in 07. • You'll notice in V2 Target man is set to aim for 'HEAD' by default, try changing this at half time during a game for some seemingly fantastic results (as long as your target man is capable) - I'm guessing that by half-tike the opposition has worked out that your using a target man and how your using him, and so they will likely counter this (marking him with a taller striker if he's reciving to head for instance). And so by changing the way your target man is reciving the ball you seem to out-fox the enemy. • Sometimes Alter pacey striker free-role • Sometimes Alter target man hold-p ball • Sometimes use Swap position for the wingers • Sometimes use it for the strikers (also you manually swap tem occasionally) It's small but important changes like this that will keep the tactic fresher and help beat the enemy. ------------------------------------ ••• V3? ••• I'm experiemnting alot at the moment and nothing is concrete, but here's some of the things im considering: • Man marking system • 4-4-2 Diamond formation change • Back-Arrows on the Full backs (seems to stop people getting in crosses) • Standard 4-4-2 but with one more DMC like player and one more AMC like (rather than the same MCs) • Set-Peices are still driving me nuts • Creative freedom. ------------------------------------ You may share my tactic else-where as long as I'm given appropriate credit. Thanks, V3 will blow your minds!! </div></BLOCKQUOTE> Having had some success with V1 of this tactic only for injuries to stall my progress I thought I would give V2 a go tonight. I had had some problems defensively with V1 but figured that was down to my players more than the formation. I read further up that fuss was concidering trying barrows on full backs for v3 and as I had noticed that I was conceeding large numbers of goals fromcrosses when the opponents got around my full backs I gave it a go. Results Legia H 0-0 Blackburn H 2-0 Fulham A 3-0 Wigan H 1-0 (Wigan are top of prem) Southampton H 1-0 Everton A 1-4 (I changed the formation and forgot to put the barrows back on by the time I noticed I was loosing 3-1) Dnipro H 3-0 (I put them back on) This run of 6 clean sheets in 7 games came after I had failed to keep a clean sheet since the friendlies. The barrows on full backs seemsto have had an immediate effect. I think for me so far this is working, it seems to restrict the crossing chances for your opponents with out stopping you fbs getting forward. The total number of chances against (Excluding the Everton game) was 33 in total 12 on target in six games. Thats only 2 shots on target per game and 6 in total per game. In case you were wondering Everton had 11 shots 7 of which were on target. I had also experimented with a barrow on Mascherano but he didnt seem to be as effective however I have bumped Reo-Cokers mentality up and Mascheranos down a notch or 2 and they seem to play more like a diamond now and offer more options when going forward as well as being solid when defending. My team for the games was GK Green RB Pantsil LB Konchesky CB Collins/Gabbidon CB Ferdinand/Squillaci MR Walcott/Benayoun ML Figo MC Reo-Coker/Noble MC Mascherano FC Ashton FC Owen/Harewood Subs Foster Squillaci Mears Noble Harewood I only made changes to players for injuries or resting. Finally I have changed the Target man supply from time to time including putting Owen as a target man and supplying him 'run onto ball' All in all a very good tactic which is not far from being one of the best I have used with small tweaks. Dont forget some of the player instructions will need tayloring to your squad. Well done Fuss!!!
  10. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by romayrag: I had developedmy own 442 home and away before i started to use this which was working well West Ham upto 4th in Prem. My Nephew told me about this tactic and I thought I'd give it a try. Beat Man U, Chelsea & Liverpool and drew with Arsenal but lost to Pompey who are bottom. Just read the instruction with it and am going to try a few things but so far a small improvement to my own tactics performance. Cheers </div></BLOCKQUOTE> In the end didnt tweak to much myself Tried Tevez (fast skillfull st) in the 'withdrawn role' and gave him a farrow to fc and this worked for a while. Found that the further throught the season I got the more inconsistant I became loosing to the smaller side in the prem and spanking the big teams. ended up 8th semi final of FA cup quarters of Euro Cup and 3rd round of League cup 'before i started using the tactic and with virtually a res side out against spurs' Over all It's not bad. I found Zamora the most effective target man he scored 10 goals using this tactic but in only 4 games then got injured. Tevez ended the season on 29 and Harewood with 25. Ashton spent more time injured than playing and I think that coupled with Zamoras injury and Etherington being out for 3 months took it's toll on my small squad. I will give this another go in season two when I have stregthend the squad. Probably with another cb, rb mr and maybe another st. Tevez will go to fund the rebuild so he will need replacing, but I am hoping that 20 mil will go into the pot as a result. I will keep you informed as to my progress.
  11. I had developedmy own 442 home and away before i started to use this which was working well West Ham upto 4th in Prem. My Nephew told me about this tactic and I thought I'd give it a try. Beat Man U, Chelsea & Liverpool and drew with Arsenal but lost to Pompey who are bottom. Just read the instruction with it and am going to try a few things but so far a small improvement to my own tactics performance. Cheers
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