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  1. I find that the cautious and defensive mentalities are not working at all in FM, once I put them the opponent just runs past my defenders even though i have my defensive lines very deep and narrow. Also they just shoot from everwhere until they score. So...how do i play against bigger teams in the top 4 leagues? I just let them go past, play the match by itself, take the loss and prepare the next game. Sometimes the AI gives me a surprise win or draw, but its rare. I think teams reputation does have a lot of influence, because testing the same tactics in different clubs do give me very differe
  2. oh... hard season, we woke up too late picking up a late exhibitional improvement, the 4th place was right there, but a 93 minute goal by Torreira sends us down to Europa League. Details to come
  3. yeah, either that or a wide role with him getting into finishing situations
  4. "Do you know how much average time, in 90 minutes, each and any one of you has the ball on your feet? a minute and a half. I'm going to teach you what to do in the other 88 minutes" - Jorge Jesus By all means this going to be a total recreation of someone else's tactics, but more to follow the same philosophy and apply on my own. The first destination I chose was a club that fits the philosphy and values the aesthetics of the game. That club is Rio Ave, a club that in recent years has been an example in management, coherence when choosing their next manager, fitting the game model they de
  5. I'll be on the look, i've been noticing lack of reaction from crossed shots mainly
  6. https://streamable.com/jr88wa here's a trademark move i want to see and got it i'm liking the cautious mentality in terms of defensive solidity and rigid shape, but at the same time the team wins the ball and gets deadly attack (missed the goal this tme)
  7. the wingers he has been changing that in recent years. In Sporting for example he used both Bryan Ruiz and Bruno Cesar as wingers at the same time. Then came Gelson and he his tradition winger, although he did lots of inside to outside movements
  8. I have got myself down to this. Why the 4-1-3-2, well, when they start their build up the number 6 drops between the central defenders, whilst the 8 and the wingers sit in front of him in a line of 3 mids. Also the first pressing phase sees the 8 closing down with the attackers, not always though, but he will try to press the opponents defensive midfielder, if it's a solo guy. My only difficulty is with the wingers really. I find that the inverted wingers or wide playmakers, they don't come inside as much as i wanted, during the build phase i mean. For example, seeing a Flamengo game, imagine
  9. Anyway, i would like your take on this https://totalfootballanalysis.com/head-coach-analysis/jorge-jesus-flamengo-2019-tactical-analysis-tactics How would it be on FM?
  10. I find that inverted wingers (wide open, then cutting inside) on pair with inverted wing backs are one way to go against tight defences. If you can squeeze in a Mezalla making runs good too
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