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  1. As I sad, it would be very, very, ...., very nice to see an engine where overly attacking tactics tend to fail, compared to current state of the engine (in previous 2-3 years). Even if it means waiting for FM16, it would be an improvement that would actually make FM16 worth the money.
  2. Dear SI, would you please fix the ME, even for FM16, so that overly attacking tactics are torn down to ****, and not producing results such as 33-5-0 league score? It is becoming really boring to see utterly unrealistic tactical systems produce bloody fantastic results, even though those systems have almost no logic. Attacking + Higher tempo + Close down more + More expressive = destroy the AI. It just shouldn't be that way. Thank you.
  3. I think that the whole Fluidity concept needs an overhaul. Instead, we should have separate instructions for vertical compactness, creative freedom (in some way, maybe not as it was earlier) and other instructions affected by Fluidity. Also, horizontal spread (narrow-wide) should be looked into, teams should still be able to play narrow formation (narrow 4-4-2, for example) without focusing the passes through the middle. Fluidity just isn't right. Instructions for controling space between the lines and width should be improved. Think of Sacchi, whole team in 25x25m.
  4. Maybe it wasn't actually a flaw. Maybe there should be on/off option for tracking back. It would solve many problems. And, no, I am not forcing my interpretation, I am saying that my interpretation was good on 15.2.1, and I have screenshots to prove it, and now it looks like rubbish, because someone thought that strikers shouldn't defend that much. Great.
  5. It's interesting that now I showed you evidence that "normal" 4-4-2 could look like Atletico, you say that it shouldn't look like that at all. I wanted it to look like Atletico, I wanted it to be so deep. You could make totally different 4-4-2 variations, possession, attacking ones, that make strikers' positioning totally different. That's what I'm talking about. Options. And this can't be replicated in 15.3, at least not with 4-4-2.
  6. Same tactic, before 15.3. This is way more like Atletico, I'd say.
  7. I've given you my instructions just below the picture. No PIs. 2xFB(A), DC(D), 2xWM(A), CM(D), DLP(S), DF(D) F9(S). Doesn't look imbalanced, does it?
  8. Not true, again. This is what I want. And, yes, they ARE strikers.
  9. Defensive, tried Flexible and Very fluid, TIs: Pass into space, Work ball into box, Clear ball to flanks, Exploit the flanks, Higher tempo, More disciplined. Red circle is DF (defend), blue circle F9 (support). No, they don't defend. At least not as a unit, and not as they defended on 15.2.1.
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