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  1. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by nummer7: <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Page 1 2 3 4 </div></BLOCKQUOTE> Hey FUSS... Great tactic but what do yuo think a target man should have in his profil to be a good target man... cant find out my self.. </div></BLOCKQUOTE> This are some of the attributes you need for a good target man Heading Jumping Strength Work Rate First Touch Determination Or check out Alan Smith and match your target man according to him. he's leathal in my Arsenal squad. Here is a picture of MR.Target Man
  2. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Dalv: I see all of you are playing with world class teams like Chelsea or Man Utd but this tactic doesn't seem to do so well with mid to low skilled teams. The opponents have lots of chances to score and you get to be relying on your GK abilities most of the times while you rarely have a chance or two to score. I don't know why those spaces since your full backs are also set to defend... </div></BLOCKQUOTE> Well i have to disagree with you here. I was first testing this tactic with my home town side CMC Publikum (real life currently very crappy in Slovenian 1st league). And I won league and the leauge cup in the first season. In the second season i even got to Championship League through 3 teams (first some crappy side second NK Hajduk and third Benfica). In the CL group stage I went on to be third in the gropu behind Barcelona, Chelsea and infront of Anderlecht wich i beat on both occasions) I went on to UEFA where I lost in the UEFA QF after being beaten by Tottenham away 2:0 (first game went in my favor 3:1. So this tactic is for me solid gold and all you gotta do is set your players accordingly and make some minor tweaks according to your player staff.
  3. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by James9: Nedved what changes do you make to V1 to make it work because i am about to give this tactic i try with Arsenal what training do you use i have heard of matts training and one other but cannot remember the name. </div></BLOCKQUOTE> i make changes due to players on the positions. For example if I play Henry and RVP in attack I put Henry on the right side striker(target man) with ball destibution To feet or run onto ball. And I gave my fullbacks a bit higher mentality and creativity freedom. In midfield i gave Fabregas direct passing with normal closing down etc. I just checked attributes of my players and made some changes according to their stature. But with this being such a nice tactic for most teams you can just leave everything as it is and you will still have success but I you want to dominate and dominate bad you can make some minor adjustments and you will see your guys fly all over the pitch. For training I just made one of my one for fullbacks, defenders, midfielders, wingers and strikers as usually. It's not anything extra but it keeps my players fit and happy.
  4. God damm it I can't edit my post. Up there I meant HLEB not Hlev (it's just a typo ) Oh yeah and i also brought in Ribery and he's even better then Hleb on MR so if you can afford him you can try him out.
  5. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by DonStilling: <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Nedved10: <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Anyone tried this tactis with Gunners? Cheers </div></BLOCKQUOTE> I did and it worked very nice. Altough Henry was injured for most of the season (I really hate this injures ) he was the top striker of the leauge bagging 23 goals in 23 app. Overall he scored 32 goals in 32 app. so you can see he was injured a lot. I was playing Baptista on target man role and he was very good in that position and in January I brought in Alan Smith for that role and he did fantastic scoring and assaisting a lot. But as Henry he also had a lot of injures (3 weeks twice and once a month long and they all came in matches). He was fouled 51 times in 13 matches so you can see he was on the receiving end of tackles alot. Overall this tactic works great with Arsenal and you can try it out. </div></BLOCKQUOTE> Thanks Nedved10. What are your experiences with the midfield? RVP and Hleb as wingers, or? What about the two central midfielders? (who to play) Are you using the v.2 of this tactic or what do you prefer? </div></BLOCKQUOTE> Well in midfield I usually have Rosicky(ML)-G.Silva(MLC)-Fabregas(MRC)-Hlev(MR) and they very good. V.Persie is more of a back-up striker-midfielder when injures strikes. I also like to play Flamini alot so i usually rotate Silva and Flamini as they both play great. Fabregas on the other hand is untochable in my team. I forgot to say that Wallcot is excellent as a substitute. I mean every time he comes on the pitch as a substitute he scores. He bagged 18 goals in my first season coming on for Hleb and Henry. And now in the second season I got back Reyes form loan and he played in the team superbly scoring 4 goals in 4 matches and assisting on 4 occasions. I use both versions of the tactic but i prefer V1 with minor tweaks cause I can't get any real succes with V2 altough when i changed to V2 it worked great in the start but then i started to lose games rapidly with every team outplaying me all over the pitch.
  6. <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Anyone tried this tactis with Gunners? Cheers </div></BLOCKQUOTE> I did and it worked very nice. Altough Henry was injured for most of the season (I really hate this injures ) he was the top striker of the leauge bagging 23 goals in 23 app. Overall he scored 32 goals in 32 app. so you can see he was injured a lot. I was playing Baptista on target man role and he was very good in that position and in January I brought in Alan Smith for that role and he did fantastic scoring and assaisting a lot. But as Henry he also had a lot of injures (3 weeks twice and once a month long and they all came in matches). He was fouled 51 times in 13 matches so you can see he was on the receiving end of tackles alot. Overall this tactic works great with Arsenal and you can try it out.
  7. Well i'm playing now with arsenal and V2 is working great. I use Baptista as a target man and I brought in also Alan Smith for 16 mio. E to try him out as a target man. In his first game against blackburn in the FA Cup he played a superb game scoring and asisting for a 2:1 victory over rovers. In his second game at home against Man Utd he managed to asist once before he got injured in 57 minute. I think that despite his height he can be a deadly target man due to his determenation and workrate. The tactic it self is very good and strong but can be frustrating to play against very weak sides because they play that annoying 3-3-2-1-1 tactic. The only way taht i found out that can efficently counter that chicken style of play is to start playing wide and to build up your attacks with patience.
  8. Fuss I must say you struck gold with this tactic. I was testing it with a Slovenian side CMC Publikum and it's solid gold for my team. I won the leauge and the cup with ease and got in a group stage of CL in the second season beating Benfica and Dinamo Zagreb on the way. It's a fantastic tactic and KUTGW
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