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  1. Yea, it's funny, what's even more funny though is that the next tactic(more attacking is actually on Control!)
  2. I agree with all you said.Kroos' role is difficult to replicate, so I am letting it be for the time being.This tactic is just a replication of how they played against big teams in Europe, their most defensive tactic, there is more to come, replicating their high pressing tactic(Juve/Arsenal) and their tactics vs small teams
  3. I agree with all you said.Kroos' role is difficult to replicate, so I am letting it be for the time being.This tactic is just a replication of how they played against big teams in Europe, their most defensive tactic, there is more to come, replicating their high pressing tactic(Juve/Arsenal) and their tactics vs small teams
  4. Thanks! Here I go Since the intro is done, I'll jump right into the tactic Jupp Heynckes Defensive Big Game Tactic Resources http://www.zonalmarking.net/2013/04/24/bayern-munich-4-0-barcelona-bayern-produce-an-astonishingly-dominant-performance/ http://spielverlagerung.com/2013/04/27/bayern-munich-fc-barcelona-in-depth/ http://spielverlagerung.com/2013/03/08/english-bayern-munichs-pressing-201213/ Theory Formation A Simple 4-4-2/4-4-1-1 by the way you look at it.But since we want Muller to have more more space to roam around in and do his raumdeuter duties, we set it up in a stunte
  5. Thanks for the good wishes, Ozil, your advice and pointers are always appreciated, how would you play your wingers here?Both of them would sit narrow and occupy half spaces when defending and then surge wide to facilitate counters.Ribery played as a wide player who would sometimes cut inside but usually dealt in low crosses from the left.Robben on the other hand would sit narrow, surge wide on counters, then cut inside to cause havoc and then shot or cross.For Robben I'm pretty sure I can achieve this by playing him as a W(A) and having the width on narrow, because he has cuts inside from righ
  6. Oops.Sorry for the mistake.They were so similar in the way they played, got them confused.Not doing very well with the proactive pressing tactic, so I decided that I'd do the Counter-attacking one first, expect a post in about 18 hours time.Btw, is there a way to encourage strikers to play through balls while the other moves into a channel?Whenever one of my front two(Muller and Lewa)moves into a channel while the other is in possession, the other one doesn't play the ball into the channel, missing an opportunity, on other times, the ball is played into a channel without the other striker not
  7. Every school has them.Boys(or girls)who have talent but just can't seem to be able to impress teachers with it, this is usually owing to shyness or simply just a lack of interest in glory or credit, they have great and innovative ideas for projects, but their presentation fails them. Meet Jupp Heynckes, the epitome of underrated.Someone whose career of goal-scoring brilliance was eclipsed by Gerd Muller, he won the Champions League with Real Madrid, only to be sacked for finishing in 4th in La Liga.Since then, he went under the radar for a while, taking low key jobs at Schalke and Borussia M'
  8. Yea, that is the problem they were extremely flexible, so we'd have to make 2-3 tactics.I'd focus on the one with Muller as 10 though, since that one was most successful(or successful at the most difficult time).I'll open up a thread in a bit
  9. Hey Ozil, out of curiosity, how would you do Jupp Heynckes's treble winning bayern's playing style?They were extremely flexible, so I ended up with a stunted 4-4-2(a mirror image of yours)with Vidal and Alonso/Thiago in midfield with Prevent GK distribution(something they surely did), Play out of defense and Pass into space.Everything else can be changed manually(D-line, offside trap, pressing etc).Another thing I did was give the team OIs to never tightly mark any opposition player(this should help us stop players getting dragged out of position and helps us keep our shape)do you think this w
  10. Great piece again, just one small query. I don't think Sacchi's team played possession football per se, could you please explain why you've used the TI play out of defense?
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