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  1. I have now completed a full season with a slightly different tactic (lower tempo, normal LOE and FBs instead of WBs) and am very satisfied with the results and statistics. I'm playing the fourth season in Championship with Salford with media prediction 23 out of 24. We ended the season in 15th place and even worked our way up to 9th place on match day 34. Here are the goals / assists distribution of my team: AFa: 25 goals / 0 assists (most goals in the league and rating 7.12) DLFs: 11 goals / 9 assists (rating 7.00) APa: 2 goals / 10 assists (rating 7.04)
  2. I didn't notice any major changes in the first few games with an AP(A). What I noticed, however, was that the FB(A) went forward very quickly and were therefore often looked for as an option. As a result, the playmaker was apparently often overplayed. Have now changed both FB(A) to WB(S) and in the first games I like the game structure and the ball distribution of my team much better.
  3. Roaming was an attempt to involve the playmaker more in the game by looking for free spaces. I will now test a AP(A), luckily I have a suitable young player with PPM tries killer passes in my squad.
  4. Thank you all for your input. The playmaker is involved in gameplay, has good passing stats and makes a lot of passes to other players (i.e. FB) which can play the final pass. The tactic is supposed to be a replica of one of my favorite teams and the playmaker was much more involved there. Here are the goals / assists distribution of the real team: Forward 1: 28 goals / 8 assists (my idea AFa) Forward 2: 13 goals / 11 assists (my idea DLFs) Playmaker: 10 goals / 8 assists The full backs had only one assist each, there was another player with 11 assists but he played i
  5. How can I get more out of my central playmaker in a narrow 4132 system? Results are very good over the last 2 seasons but my central playmaker, who should be the brain and heart of my teams struggles with assists and with goals. Initial idea was a narrow 41212 but the narrow 4132 seems to be the better formation and the playmaker was nearly the same in AMC or MC position. Roles as follows: SKd - FBa CDd CDc FBa - HBd - CARs (shoot less) APs (roaming) CARs (shoot less) - DLFs AFs (or PFs PFa) Positive mentality with following team instructions: play out of defence, pass into spac
  6. I play with a narrow 4-1-3-2 system because defending, especially on the flanks, seems easier as narrow 4-1-2-1-2. Traditional striker duo of DLFs and AFa although the game says the best role for both is PFa.
  7. I play a similar tactic with balanced mentality. Players and roles as follows: PFa IWs Wa CMs BBMs DMd FBa BPDd CDd FBs SKd You could try to put you DLPd in DM strata and adjust the CM players a little bit more conservative for a better structure. More urgent pressing could be too much for your team, try a split block with advanced five players press more instead.
  8. Couldn't find a good tactic for my team in the 1st half of the season but found a new target man for my team and amended my tactic as follows: Pa TMs IWs CMd CMs Wa FBa CDd CDd FBs SKd Mentality: Counter / TI: higher tempo, counter, distribute to FB, throw it long, lower LOE, tighter marking / LM and RM switch positions
  9. It would be helpful if you could justify your suggestion.
  10. I play a similar tactic and my left wing makes a lot of assists and got high ratings. Players and roles as follows: AFa IFs Wa MEZsu DLPsu DMd FBa CDd CDd FBs SKd Balanced mentality with following TI: WBIB / counter, distribute to FB, throw it long / lower LOE, tighter marking
  11. Thank you for your suggestions, I started pre-season with the given route one tactic and amended defensive behaviour TI because these seemed to be too passive. Results and impressions were okay but a few days before the first season game my board decided to sell my target man. I don't have a good backup in my team, so either have to find a replacement or change my tactic which is very annoying at the moment.
  12. I got luckily and unexpected promoted from league 2 to league 1 through play-offs. First win after penalties and 2nd win with one goal in extra time. Now we are the absolute underdog and have to fight against relegation. I plan to use a 4-4-2 with a big man and a little man upfront. I am currently planning to play either a variant of direct counter-attack tactic or route one tactic with following roles: Pa TMs IWa DLPd BBMs Ws WBs CDd CDd FBa Gd Any suggestions on roles/combinations for such an underdog tactic?
  13. I use Standard mentality with counter pressing, tight marking and lower pressing line + lower defensive line to overcome this problem. 4 men backline as follows: WBau CDd CDc WBs
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