Alright, so I'm managing Swansea and everything is going smooth. Currently 5th in the league mid-season.
I've been building my football around a counter-attacking philosophy and really feel that I've been spot-on with the tactic (according to my players)
This has been working against bigger teams such as United, City and Chelsea. To my surprise I even beat United 4-0 and were very pleased by it.
However against lower sides, such as Southampton (etc., etc.) It's been poor performances. Which led me to think, that using a high (MAXIMUM!!!) pressure against lower sides would be much more ideal while still playing on the counter-attack after the ball have been intercepted. Since this is the first year I'm playing FM...
TL;DR:I would very much appreciate help for a tactic contributing high pressure, direct counter-attacking!
Any suggestions for this idea?