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Everything posted by cfkllasdfaslkdfj

  1. I like Portugal. A nice language and player names. A fight with Benfica, Porto, Sporting, Braga.
  2. Do you separate CDL/CDR and DML/DMR only by leading foot or by the subrole on the pitch like small and quick vs strong and big?
  3. @looping, try to add close down (much) less to CBs (because your CBR has lost a position before their striker broke into the penalty zone) and add press more in TI (+ maybe higher DL) (or go Control) and tackle harder.
  4. Yeap, as I'd like to hear about changes you made during season and tightened up instructions to supplement your squad players. Maybe you could portray templates of your players by every position and how to mould worthwhile youth from a dross as well. I like your deep 4-4-2 and the way you play it, notwithstanding I cannot crank it up.
  5. It's interesting to read you but give us more tactical analyzes and squad development. Good stuff.
  6. Please, post screenshots of your line-up, TI, PI. How do you adapt mentality, instructions, roles to weak and strong rivals? How do you train players?
  7. @roggiotis There are some questions about your tactics. Could you describe your thoughts that sometimes you place holding midfielder at the MCL near the playmaker (MCR). Above him is the F9 alongside the CF/SS. However, next time you swap the Holder - Playmaker pair or F9 - Scorer. What type of wingers are you keen on? The same foot as a side? Do you change CF to DLF/DF/etc if he doesn't fit this role? Also it would be perfect if you delve into describing how you adapt to an opponent and change your TI/PI/Roles and so on. Could you share you approach how to build a squad, the DNA of your team as well?
  8. Yeap, my CFa looks like an alien body in this structure. I don't know whether it is because of his two-bit quality or not.
  9. @rossi789 I've tried to play 4 games with your tactics and principles of the pressing/defensive line amendment: 3W/1D, 4 scored, 0 allowed. Not a big distance to make global decisions, but I struggled to get points with other different variations of 4-4-2. I can afford to play the same way with my team because nearly every player fits this scheme. Only one change I made is an alteration to the Highly Structured shape due to the poor level of decision making, anticipation, flair, stamina etc, since we are underdogs and stepped into the season with difficulty. Could you post some statistics and all pictures of your main squad in order to use your players as a mold?
  10. @rossi789 Post your line-up, please. How often do you score from pure counter-attacks? What are the best players (positions) in your scheme that make your tactic tick?
  11. I've found a discrepancy. If we look on your tactic, you use 4 specific roles (BBM, BWM, WP, F9) but your team shape is fluid. It's not according to 12 steps guide. I know that this guide is not a gospel, however, why have you chosen another type of the shape? I would like you to continue revealing information about adaption to opponents. Maybe you should create your own thread.
  12. @facman And what about team shape? When do you prefer to go structured/flexible or very fluid? And what events fire you up to change mentality?
  13. @Loversleaper Perfect input. How do you change Team Shape and TI/PI and player roles while adapting to the opponent?
  14. I'm not even near professional understanding of the game, but I'm going to try to help. Your system is well balanced, but it seems to me your Poacher/AF is placed far from other team and barely involves himself into a game. I would prefer DFs/DFd combination. You've scored easily against Juventus because they played openly and left pockets of space behind, that was used by your offensive players. Other teams are sitting deep and don't allow you to trigger counterattacks often. So your team is stronger than nearly every opposite side. In terms of this you should work out plan B how to unlock rival's defense: maybe playing in higher tempo and taking greater risk, maybe implicate fullbacks into attacking phase by giving suitable instructions out to them.
  15. Keep it up. Tremendous topic and analysis. I suppose you could cope with 4-4-2, however, your strikers should be hardworking and a defensive one marks opponent's DM.
  16. @smp It's hard to believe that you have no holding midfielder in your tactics. How is it going? Please share with us your vision of the gaming outline (TI/PI), responsiveness and adjustment to the opponent, recruitment and cultivation of players. In future histories it would be interesting to monitor the analysis of matches and the progress of players.
  17. Sad to say, but you have the fake German National Team due to license issues (it's treated) and a small number of championships (only Big Five is loaded). Hence every solid player with 2nd nationality will be played for another team differs from Germany in your save.
  18. Yep, it's very interesting indeed. I prefer (as probably many others) to read more than leave comments. I would like more information about the progress of players, training, analysis and tactics improvements. By the way, how is big your database and how many leagues have been loaded, cause so many players with a second nationality (according to the Stuttgart game) didn't choose Germany?
  19. LPQR, please tell us what types of players are needed for this tactic, as well as how to modify it under certain situations when the opponent is stronger, or I have lower class players?
  20. HaroldHammond, accordingly, if you play a weak team or you do need to keep a clean sheet, then you move to the Structured shape, don't you? Do you usually change the mentality during a match or, for instance, slightly modify the defensive line, width etc?
  21. Thank you. I think there is a certain amount of sense. Also interested in how tactics adapts to stronger opponents and what alterations help to break the intense defense.
  22. Herne79, you said you were going to rely on players' decision and wanted more creativity. Why didn't you choose (Very) Fluid Shape?
  23. So, if we simplify things, if the players in general have high values in Decision, Anticipation, Team Work, Concentration, Vision, Composure attributes, we choose a more Fluid Shape, focusing more on player decisions and if our players are strong in technical/physical abilities, it is reasonable to increase the risk to Control/Attacking mentality? On this basis, the majority of players who have high mental skills, also have high rates in technics, so, almost every tactic that has a Fluid shape should go with an increased risk (>= Standard). Whereas for the counter-attacking or defensive might be best fit Defensive/Counter - Structured combination. Am I right?
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