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  1. Arteta is complaining that I'm not playing a loan player in the agreed position (TF), I speak to him and after the conversation he agrees that its no longer a problem because he's playing games. this message comes up every month and we have the same conversation
  2. The players positioning when we have a corner is poor, they tend to stand next to each other offering very lift in terms of protecting from a counter and being able to recycle the ball if a defender heads it out. A lot of teams now tend to have 2-3 players all spread out around the box which allows them to be able to recycle the ball as quickly as possible if lost. Minute - 36th Min (First goal) Minute 46:01 Vasalunds IF v AFC Eskilstuna.pkm
  3. Im currently using a narrow 352 with an AM, I play narrow and focus my attacks through the centre, however majority of my attacks seem to be using the width instead while the centre is completely left alone. I decided to use the data to back me up which it did. AFC Eskilstuna v Norrby IF.pkm
  4. Minute 11:19 When the oppositions GK has the ball, my entire midfield are far to high up leaving the defence completely isolated vs their entire midfield & Attack. Im using a DLP-Defend in the middle of a midfield three who Id expect to drop much deeper considering the threat behind him. AFC Eskilstuna v Landskrona BoIS.pkm
  5. I could be wrong but potentially using a DLF-A could offer you a mixture of what you are looking for, I find that the DLF-A is a very underrated role, I like how it drops deeper and links play but also runs beyond like a AF in many ways, especially if he has the right traits. Could be worth trialling it and seeing if it does the job
  6. I would say no because I've seen it happen multiple times today let alone in the last couple of months. Thing is, I've tested different set ups throughout the past 6 months and nothing stops it from happening. Some friends of mine said they hadn't actually noticed it until I showed them, now they notice it all the time.
  7. Im aware you have nothing to do with the bug forum. I would say looking at these images there is something not right.
  8. Your LWB will naturally overlap the IF so imo I wouldn't feel the need to use it, Also remember when you use Over/Under Lap it will have an effect on the more advanced players mentality, for example in this case if you use over lap on the left, your LWB will become more attacking, however your Left IF's mentality will drop. You also have to remember what this TI does, the IF will hold onto the ball for longer to wait for the WB to overlap, this can have a knock on effect on how it performs in the final third.
  9. I don't mean to be blunt but you could read the role descriptions, watch the roles in game and then you will have a better idea of what the roles do. Also, check out Youtube as there is plenty of content explaining what the roles do etc.
  10. Nothing is guaranteed in football manager, just like in real life some training set ups with with one team but not with another.. that's why its so important to understand how you want to play and then implement the training around that. Also, remember the players cant always be happy, that's life. I used to always dislike cross country running when I played football, moaned here and there but got on with it because its part of the game!
  11. This is something I reported back in November, the list of examples is endless as you can see.
  12. Team width being extremely wide is a good starting point as this naturally spreads the players out wider, Also Saka is left footed so his natural movement will be inside but you can try and add "Hugs the touchline" trait as well.
  13. What about Marcelo Gallardo's 4-1-3-2 Narrow system that he uses at River Plate!
  14. You should be able to train your WB/CWB to get into the opposition box when possible. more and more we're seeing WBs get further forward and if you watch RB Leipzig, they basically use Angelino as one of their main goal threats who often gets inside the box
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