I don't know much about the game. I used to play a little, but I'm not familiar with the game. I could not find a guide for this game in my country. I follow you on youtube because I don't speak English, I use google translate. And I would ask you to add subtitles to the videos you shared. I do such research using google translate in the forum. I was playing in the 4-2Dm-3 AMRLC -1 formation until I found this problem. I was keeping my line of defense standard or high. I was trying to play close to the ownership style. I have read a few titles on overloading tactics. I'm trying to try them. I don't know if this tactic can be done in low league and weak teams. When I tried to play a defense game I got worse results. It may be possible to play aggressively.
I worked. My best players in my team are those in the AMRLC position. This is considered to be the average level of our league. My tactic is as follows.
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I'm using fullback at DRL location. and I use instructions for players to dribble less, take fewer risks, and progress over long distances. When I used the rear wing, they spent a lot of time with the ball and I was losing a top. Cycle through AMRLC circulation from positions, simple press more. The mark is displayed in the AMRL position on the right and left defense of the racquet. I often make changes during the match. It's like taking DR into a support post. When the opponent team has trouble with the wings, I set my fullbacks as attack. I use the tactic you see in the picture as an attack. When I take the lead, the right defender pulls into support. Since we are weak in air balls, I usually have trouble with set pieces.
I also think about this. As a beginner who doesn't know the game, is it bad that I picked a weak team in the low leagues?
Thank you so much for your time and response.