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  1. Even though it's the most 'true to life' version of the 4-2-3-1 commonly employed IRL, I haven't seen many people use it and I haven't used it myself either. There are posters much more qualified than me to offer advice, but the thing that really stands out is having a DLP at DM and then two playmakers out wide as well. What is the thinking behind having the two out wide? Personally I would look at more direct runners in the MR/L positions, although this obviously depends to some extent on the team/players. Looking at the TI's, I'd potentially get rid of the 'Look for overlap' shout as well.
  2. http://community.sigames.com/showthread.php/403153-Building-A-Tactic-From-The-Beginning-And-Maintaining-It-Long-Term
  3. As a long time fan of Capello and threads by the OP (and a long time lurker), I'll be following with interest .
  4. Hi, I've browsed the forums for a while and intrigued by the tactical side of the game - whether offensive or defensive. My latest FM project is trying to recreate the style used by Fabio Capello - obviously not straightforward given the tactical flexibility he's shown. Also I'm struggling to find too many FM threads on him? Any general pointers as to how to recreate his 4-2-3-1/4-4-2? I'm particularly interested in his last two club jobs at Juventus and Real Madrid and the tactics he used there. Going to try this with Milan I think.
  5. Unfortunately I don't have the same knowledge as some of the more experienced players of the game...but the Simeone style has fascinated me though over the last couple of seasons and I'd love to try and help replicate it.
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