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  1. @herne79 I should have guessed this was coming, we are good still, on occasion, sometimes, possibly, hopefully in the near future haha. Thanks for replying, I'm not sure how much further I will continue with this save as it was made just as a throw away, and I already have a United save 4/5 seasons into the future. Although I am using a similar tactic to this Just with a better squad. I have a West Ham save too that was made just to test this out and it's going fairly well so if I get to a stage where it's still working and I've played a few games I'll upload what's happened hopefully or start a save somewhere else and test it out there too.
  2. Hey everyone, I just wanted to try and add to the forum with a slightly lopsided formation I’ve created. For anyone looking for a tactic to download at the end please stop reading now, the same goes for anyone hoping to find something that can transform Chester FC to consecutive promotions season after season. This will hopefully just be a thread explaining how I came up with a plan and stumbled across a reasonable level of success or at least I got what I aimed for in terms of the style of play. What’s the plan? To begin with there wasn’t much of a plan to be honest, I was just a bit bored of doing the same thing. I’d create the bog standard, 4231, 442, 433 but the football would generally be very similar mainly because I’d pick mostly the same instructions. What began to annoy me was the lack of variation in the play, nearly all my goals would be scored from the same situation. We’d dominate possession, hold back the opposition but create very little chances and have too many long shots. And any chances would be created from a cross from the winger/ full back. Which is a solid option, but it became generally the only option which was down to my own poor instructions. Pleasing to watch- One of the important ones, I want to see football that’s easy on the eye. Building from the back, attacking with pace and purpose, scoring goals whilst doing the basics well. Multiple avenues to goal- With the above in mind I wanted something that would create a realistic type of football with chances being created from Through balls, counter attacks, crosses, set pieces sign us up for all of them! A different initial set up- I wanted something I don’t normally use, so picking off what I liked from the formations mentioned above the idea of a lop sided 4-3-1-2 came to mind. Harnessing the strike force of 2 strikers but the midfield balance of a midfield three. I also wondered if I could get the formation to take the shape a little like a 433 in game. High Press- I want to win the ball back high up the pitch, it’s a modern part of football and it’s also very pleasing to watch, Forcing the opposition into mistakes could also create another type of chance creation. Possession with purpose- I’m looking to have the lions share of the ball, but not for the sake of it there’s no point having 60%+ possession but not creating anything. Focal goal scoring striker- Something I’ve struggled with on this year’s game, I want to have one striker that’s purpose is too put it in the back of the net, if the team scores I want it to likely be him. Realistic secondary scorers- What I mean here is I don’t want to have the full backs being the ones scoring the goals, I want it spread across the second striker, midfield and winger when possible and for everything else to be a bonus. Tight Defence- I think everybody wants a tight defence and it may not always be possible but what I mean here is I don’t want to win games 5-4. I want us to attack well but also be able to defend. Putting that into practice Before I go on here, I imagine a few people won’t appreciate I’ve chosen a top team to try and create a new tactic. I understand it’s not as impressive as creating something like this with a lower team but I just don’t think I’d be good enough to do that, I’m not a tactical genius or anything like that and I do support Manchester United. I’m looking to create something to enjoy Football Manager again so why not pick my favourite team. Team play style and instructions As you can hopefully see I’ve gone for Gegenpress, it seemed to tick a lot of boxes for what I wanted, heavy pressing football, moving the ball quickly, but still being able to play out from the back, hopefully perfect! Positive Mentality- Like I mentioned earlier I want to attack well but also defend well, positive seems like a good start, going to Attack may see the right-hand side be even more exposed possibly too. Be More Expressive- I added this as that’s what I want, there are some good players in the team and I want them to express themselves on the pitch and hopefully create some nice football. Much Higher D.line + Much Higher Line of Engagement- I think this explains itself, I want to press and I hope the 2 strikers being so close together can really force some errors from centre backs and goal keepers specifically when they press as a pair. Work Ball into Box- I’m hate seeing the number of long shots make up nearly the majority of shots we’ve taken. I don’t see them to be effective and working the ball into the box should hopefully help. Formation and player roles As you can see it’s the lopsided formation as mentioned, I have my 2 strikers slightly off centre and this is done to hopefully decrease the risk of having nobody on the right-hand side. I like the idea that anything coming in from the left towards the back post could lead to the opposition defence being outnumbered by the 2 strikers as well as the support striker being closest to the right meaning they should drop back even slightly to create a little more of the 433 shape I’m after in game. A flat midfield 3, I did think of picking a defensive midfielder, but having the flat midfield should hopefully allow for cover again to the right-hand side which is significantly my weakest point. Player roles Sweeper Keeper- With a high line it makes sense to have the keeper looking to sweep up anything over the top where possible. Left full back support- With having a winger already ahead I don’t see the need for an overlap, Also with the right full back having a slightly more aggressive role having them as a basic full back should hopefully help us defensively. If the right back is caught out of position or is being doubled up on for example. Ball playing defenders- I like to see eye catching football that is built from the back, Bailly specifically isn’t a great ball player so I may revert to a standard centre back if I see them loosing possession, in what would be a dangerous area. Right wing back support- Given a slightly more aggressive role than the left back, I still feel the need for width as I don’t want everything just going down the left-hand side. Although I don’t’ want the RB to be caught out of position hence only being given a support role. CM attack- The key midfielder, I want him to make runs into the box, really overload that final third whilst also creating chances. Told to shoot less but take more risks in hope of finding that key pass. I’d hope they will come up with goals on their own. DLP defend- Hopefully key in keeping possession, I want them to be a constant outlet for the ball and look to collect it from the defence where possible and not look to move forward much with the ball themselves but to rather play it forward. Added instruction to mark tight to help defensively. Carrilero support- It seems to make sense for this role to try and plug the gap on the right, added instruction to Shoot less again for more pleasing football and to Mark tight to aid defensively. Winger attack- I wasn’t too sure what role to pick here to be honest, Although I recognised the need for width and with only 2 other attack roles I thought this would make us a little less passive. Staying wide on the right would also make space for the CM attack to roam forwards too, Also instructed to shoot less. Deep Lying forward attack- The focal striker I was after, the main goal scorer. Not given too aggressive a role to keep them in touch with the midfield supporting them. Deep lying forward support- The support striker but I still want them to score, they’re not hear just to assist or drop deep to make space but to be part of a duel strike force. It seemed to make sense to me so far, so it was time to play and see what happened. For this I just created a throw away save. I started the save as close to the league season as possible and had the assistant take control of friendlies but using my tactic. Even after a very small sample the age-old problem was occurring, my goals or chances being created were coming from the right full back crossing to the back post… ARGHHHH. Hopefully you can see from the screenshots above that Darmian takes the ball out wide, looks up and fires the ball to the back post from deep for a goal. Like I mentioned I don’t mind this happening from time to time, it’s a perfectly good avenue to score. But this happened twice in the Southampton game and in the game before that against Newcastle. You can see here how Darmian was the only outlet, and I want multiple avenues to goal which I’m failing at currently. What’s worse is Darmian’s crossing stat is 9 but he has 3 assists in 3 games all from crosses! Back to the drawing board. Yes we have won all 3 games, and yes it’s such a small sample size but I can see things I don’t like and I can’t help but want to make just a few changes. I’ll admit I’m really not very good at watching full matches too see where the problems are etc, although I did notice that I think we’re moving the ball too quickly. We’ve had a lot of the ball but with such a high tempo everything seemed a little rushed, more touches could have been taken or a slight pause could have created an opening rather than it being shunted out wide to Darmian. So, with that in mind I think I’ll significantly decrease the tempo and maybe change to a more defensive role for him. Other than that, I prefer my analysis to be stats based. What has worked is that we’ve not conceded yet and haven’t really been ripped open at any point. In the 3 games we have played so far only 1 ccc had been made and 0 half chances by the opposition. We were averaging over 57% possession, were averaging over 7 shots on target per game and had scored 4 goals in 3 which could have been worse I suppose. What I didn’t like was Rashford who I want to be my focal point hadn’t as many shots as I’d like and he also wasn’t involved with the play too much either, I wasn’t too bothered about the latter. I went back to basics really and thought the most chance he’s got is to get closer to goal and so switched him to an Advanced Forward as they’re slightly more involved than a poacher and play more on the shoulder than a Deep lying forward on attack. I’d hoped this would also stop any congestion in the middle of the park. I wasn’t totally convinced with the winger on the left hand side, Although Martial had played there and had high ratings a lot of that was due to the cross from deep to the back post and I want him to be move involved in the play especially with having an Advanced forward who won’t be too much involved. Like I mentioned I stumbled on wanting to create a tactic that acted like a 433 on the pitch even if the line up isn’t in that exact shape. And I think I’ve achieved that to some extent. Hopefully you can see from the heat map above for the Southampton game it does look like a 433 which I’m happy with, what jumps out at me though is the left winger is maybe wider than I’d like them to be and that’s with a player who has the PPM to cut inside. So the winger role may be the reason why they aren’t as involved in the play as much as I’d like them to be. Also the Carrillero may also be slightly wide too but as with the winger maybe making them more narrow would just make things congested? What’s changed? With the above in mind I made changes, I was just planning on lowering the tempo but after reading through the different tactical styles I decided to change to the Vertical Tiki-Taka. “A quick passing style of possession and movement, with a narrower, more direct approach than the standard Tiki-Taka” That’s exactly what I want, I want us to move the ball quickly but I’m completely fine with us going direct at the right time. I want a variation in play so having the direct option definitely adds to that. What I removed in terms of tactical instructions though was the Underlapping fullbacks and playing through the middle instructions. I didn’t want us to solely focus on one area of the pitch, and I have a pretty secure midfield 3 so I don’t think I need the fullbacks to Underlap especially on the right where the fullback is the main source of width. I maxed out the pressing and high line as well as making the passing Directness standard rather than short, for the reasons I mentioned above and the direct option. I also decreased the tempo to slightly lower, in the hope it would involve my midfield a little more and give key players like the CM-A time to not only make their move forward but also pick out their targets. I set the right back to a bog-standard full back on support to see what difference it would make, I’m happy with us scoring from crosses so I don’t want to get them to cross less via an instruction. But maybe joining up the pitch a little later in the move will mean somebody else would have moved into a better passing position. I know that Fullbacks play a key part in the offense, and I’ll enjoy goals from crosses as long as the build up is good before hand, rather than just a deep cross from the full back. Did the changes work? The million-dollar question! I’d say yes What disappointed me in the first 3 games was the lack of variation and that’s what I was looking for. After I made the changes it still wasn’t perfect but I was creating more varied chances which was one of my main goals. Hopefully you can see in the chance above, Fred has moved across the pitch with the ball from the right and is looking to play in Chong who was on the left for us in this game. A great chance but one that wasn’t converted but that doesn’t bother me too much, I was just happy to see a nice bit of football. Hopefully you can see here Alexis has moved from the right and cut inside, I’ve highlighted Martial his target who you can see in the next picture has been slipped in. Martial had been changed to an Inside Forward on attack and it seemed to pay dividends. Martial cuts inside taking the touch into the box before slamming it past the keeper, great move and great finish against a Wolves side that were playing a back 5 and 2 defensive midfielders. Another snap shot of the Wolves game, Adama Traore has just taken a free kick on my right-hand side. Bailey beats it out of the air and the counter is on! I love counter attack football, and I find it easier to create when I play 2 strikers. Rashford bursts forwards doing what he does best, Alexis is positioned away from the opposing centre backs and towards the back post. Rashford sends him the pass Although It wasn’t the best pass in all honesty with Sanchez having to take two touches but he did get his shot off at goal inside the box which is a chance in my eyes. Finally, the fixtures, I didn’t really want to show theses as the whole purpose of this save was about the performance, and the variation in creating chances in a formation that would fall into a 433 on the pitch. You can see it's such a small sample size against not the greatest of teams really. Summary Did I set out what I wanted to achieve? I like to think so, I was creating differing chances, keeping the ball well but being direct when I needed too. Was it perfect, no far from it a number of the goals scored were through player quality, Lingard and Herrera scored a few from just outside the box as did Alexis on occasion but I was happy with the build up play around them and the space was created outside the box for them to unleash a strike. I wanted Rashford to be my main striker and he has scored 6 in 9 with 1 assist which isn’t too bad a return. Although he did score from a few headers from set plays but I suppose that’s part of the varied chances we created. I wanted my deep lying forward to still be involved with the goal scoring Lukaku scored 4 in 5 and Alexis scored 1 and assisted 1in 5. Great for Lukaku not so great from Alexis so that part is still largely unanswered. Would I continue winning games and hardly conceding? No, it’s such a small sample size and I can’t say the teams I’d played were of much difficulty especially for a team with the quality of United. I tried to be as true as possible, I switched off being able to make transfers and I played the kids on occasion too. Pogba was largely injured for most of them games and I think he came back against Wolves. I also scored a few penalties which were awarded from runs specifically from Martial and Alexis. I didn’t set up any set piece routines or even manually select the set piece takers to be honest. I wanted to score from open play as often as possible but I did score a few from set pieces in the end too. We were also still having a few too many long shots on occasion, but I always blame that on lack of other options so there is still a lot of work that would be needed to be done to make this exactly what I wanted. I think that’s all from me, I hope at least one person enjoyed reading this. I just wanted to contribute to the forums a little, I’m not sure if I’ve really wrote anything that will teach anyone, but I hope it may have created questions for yourself to answer or even start a lopsided formation yourself. If anyone see’s something glaringly obvious that’s hindering my chances please feel free to comment. Thanks Jp
  3. I don't think I've ever seen anything like this, even during the Championship manager days !
  4. Thanks for getting back to me, yeah I've noticed a lot of what you've mentioned in the bugs forums as well as through when I've played myself. I'm sure they will fix it in the next main patch, maybe I should try the strikerless then when it's a little more consistent.
  5. Has anyone gone striker-less with Spurs ? I sold Llorente and being left with only Kane I eventually moved towards it in the middle of November. I'm unbeaten for the season but without really being very good. Early on it was the usual Full back get's the ball in the opposition half in loads of space,crosses and the striker or wide player at the back post heads it home. I don't mind scoring from crosses but it just wasn't the type of football I was after, What I'm looking to get is combinations between the 3 amc's. I was hoping a shadow striker starting deeper would move forward far better than a support striker currently does at dropping deep in the match engine. I've altered the controlled-possession tactical set up, but the title is what I want, I want us to have most of the ball and I think the team is technically capable of doing that. What I'm also looking for is plenty of assists/ key passes/ chances created from not only the 3 amc's but the 2 box to box midfielders. I suppose what I'm trying to do is decrease the goal scoring/ assisting impact of the fullbacks. I make alterations sometimes, maybe a little too much by making too many changes I don't get too see which instructional change is making the difference. Just wondered if anyone else has tried it, too see if there set up can help mine at all ?
  6. Hey ! Just getting through the last few friendlies before the second season starts, Completed the proper treble in my first season and fairly comfortably too weirdly enough. Loved that I got to beat Liverpool in both the FA and Champions League finals ! I try to be as realistic as possible in regards to signings at least for the initial few seasons, I allowed transfers in the first window which I don't usually do but I wanted to try and sort our problems out early. 2018 Summer Transfer window Outs: Darmian £9.25M(£10.25M)- Thought he looked really good when we first signed him, but unfortunately it didn't last. Stats wise everything is pretty spot on as well as being able to play on both the left and right but his Crossing and Dribbling is very poor and this was vital in how my tactics worked. Pereira and McTominay went out on loan for the season as did one or two youngsters, Both of who'm I was looking to sell although with McTominay's stats and being homegrown I do wonder how good he would be, if he was retrained at CB if anyone has tried it or had the same thought? Incoming: Milenkovic £15M (£21.5M)- Seems a popular choice, and for that price it's a bargain. A slightly more technical Vidic at a stretch (What we would pay to have him back!) I always like having a CB that can dominate in the air, and being 6'5" and 18 jumping reach at 20 years old he was already ready made for the position. Hirving Lozano-£24M Again not breaking the bank but I feel like he was one of the best options to play as my right winger even if he is listed as preferring to play as an Inside Forward on the left although I do think the cut's inside from both flanks PPM probably effects his performances. 2019 Winter transfer window We were top at Christmas and looking comfortable but there was no need for too much change, But I wanted to make a few more changes to the squad and get rid of players who just don't cut it for me in real life and weren't used in game. Out: Rojo on loan to Everton- He starts the game injured I think, and he wasn't in my plans and so didn't play a single minute for us. I tried to sell him but nobody was really interested so a loan seemed the best option. Young £2.5M- Ashley is a strange one for me, for everything he offers there's something he takes away which is confusing. I think if you asked him when he first signed if he still thought he'd be at United and playing into 2018/2019 he'd have probably said no. Although he's put in some consistent performances in a position that he's definitely not a natural in, I do wonder how he is still at the club especially for the wage he is on. I think it's an underlying problem with United it's not just who we haven't got in but it's who we haven't got out as well to the point where we're stuck with Players that should have left a fair few seasons ago unfortunately. Fellaini £28.5M- I was fairly comfortable keeping my midfield, Fellaini wasn't a starter but he filled in when I needed him too and I found how he would dominate in the air in the midfield would win a number of second balls which started a few counter attacks which was valuable. But I couldn't say no to that amount of money and I have Herrera and Fred to step in instead. In: Kieran Tierney £36M(£45.5M)- Getting rid of Rojo and Young left only Shaw that was capable of playing on the left, I had my eye on a few different left backs including Alex Telles, Jose Gaya and Grimaldo. A few of them wanted just far too much money than I wanted to pay, I actually think I over spent on Tierney too? but other clubs were lurking and making offers so I had little room for maneuver. Really happy to have got him though, he shouldn't cause me any problems with the Brexit Scenario and is so young I'd hope to get 10+ years from him anyway and I see him as a more offensive and aggressive option compared to Shaw but that left hand side should be sorted for a very long time hopefully! The season soon finished, I was expecting to struggle a lot more than I did. I liked bringing in Gomes, Chong and Greenwood from the youth sides too. Greenwood impressed scoring 3 premier league goals as well as scoring in the home leg of the 3-0 derby Victory against City in the quarter finals of the Champions league. I was fairly happy with the squad and knew I wouldn't need to make drastic changes, I prefer the odd few signings rather than a complete overhaul. 2019 summer transfer window out: Sergio Romero £10.5M(£13M)- I was a little disappointed by Romero's stats as I actually think he's a V.good keeper, Although he hardly played and was worth a fair amount of money which I didn't see much point in keeping sat on the bench. I had hoped for a bit more money from the sale, and was disappointed to have to sell him to Spurs, but I don't expect much of a challenge off them so I didn't really mind. Also with Dean Henderson coming back from loan, I thought he could do a job when I needed him and he's also English which would help me with the number of foreign players rule for Brexit. Demitri Mitchell £1.4M (£1.7M)- Played a lot of games on loan at Hearts in the first season, and although it's always sad when an academy player doesn't make the grade he simply wasn't up too it. Again I didn't get much money for him but he was only really attracting interest from Scottish Clubs and there's only so much they can cough up. Phil Jones- Unfortunately for me Phil is one of them players we should have sold a few seasons ago, he had promise but it was never really too consistent although his injuries haven't helped. I had always planned to sell him, and stupidly left it too late. He soon had 6 months left on his contract which I hadn't kept an eye on and so other clubs were able to approach him. Weirdly he picked to sign for Saudi Arabian club Al-Ittihad. He never played for me in the whole season, which made me wonder why didn't I transfer list him sooner so I could have got some sort of money for him? His jumping reach being so low was dangerous for me from the start. Fosu-Mensah- Loaned out to Bournemouth, A versitile cover player but I don't think he will ever make it to a standard where he's knocking on the door to start every week. I tried to sell him on but there was no real suitors. With only a year left on his contract though I will be trying to sell him on for some money rather than him leaving for nothing ala Jones. Marcos Rojo £12M- I wished I got more money for him too, I think that is a reoccurring thought actually, is everyone finding it difficult to get decent money once you've transfer listed them? Again nothing much wrong with him stats wise, A lower jumping reach than I'd like and a very poor Composure stat. I just have better options who're also younger, Lindeloff, Milenkovic,Bailey and Tuanzebe's return from loan have signaled the end of the old. Andreas Pereira £15.5M-I was fairly happy with the sale price here, he had a number of offers to go and play away on loan last year. I usually accept all offers for loans regardless of the money and leave it up to the player to decide what they want. He picked EA Guingamp which was an odd choice for me, he played a lot of games but didn't perform too well. Not playing an AMC and only having a 2 man midfield means I need them to be up to a job going both forward and backwards a lot of the time, something which I don't think he has. I will miss his ability from set peices though as his Corners and Free kicks are a lot better than anybody else that are in the squad. Chris Smalling £25M- This was a mixed one for me, I don't think he's the real deal by any stretch of the imagination but I do believe he get's what it means to play for Manchester United unlike a few players in the squad. I think in the 1v1 situations against pace and trickery he is shown up more often than not which is a shame as he's probably the most commanding player we have in the air at the back in real life. There have been a lot of questions as too why Jones and Smalling were still starting together for us last season, but for me the questions were more why is Jones still starting rather than Smalling who has also scored some important goals. I do think we can obviously improve on him but I don't think he's a bad player to have in the squad. And in a system where the 2 cb's had some form of protection ahead of them I think he would be consistent. He did play well for me but eventually the writing was on the wall what with the other options at our disposal, but I think £25M is a good price ! which is probably the first time I've got to say that. In's: I didn't see many area's where I needed to sign someone new to be honest, the team is far from being a team of world beaters but I'm winning and I hate having to spend £70M+ on one individual even as United manager it would have to be for someone very special. I also want to give the 3 youngsters named above a shot, as well as Rashford and Lingard. I think it's just the dream to have as many former academy players as possible in the first team. I'd really like to get Rashford especially to score 200 goals+ depending on the length of the save, I'm not sure if anyone's had the time to put that many seasons into the game yet to make that happen? Almamy Toure 19.5M (£23M)- One area I was looking to strengthen was right back, Toure is very well rounded and there should be a good battle for the starting spot between him and Dalot. This should also spell the end to Valencia who I'm trying to sell. Yes Valencia has been a good servant to us, he's worked hard to become a right back or sorts but again he's a player that should have left a few seasons ago. He works as hard as anyone and he's experienced but for a converted winger going forward he's woeful. Most of his runs are stop start, there's always too many touches and his crossing is more just hitting it with everything he's got and hoping as well as being a very very strange choice of captain. Nicolo Barella £46M (£49M)- My most expensive signing yet, very highly recommended by scouts and honestly a player I'd never heard of. Already a World-Class Midfielder he will add competition for Pogba's position although he's already sulking that I rejected an offer from Barcelona for him. One of the small 'Problems' I have with the way I'm set up is nobody really averaged superbly over the season. Lukaku was my and the league top scorer and averaged 7.46 which I don't see as huge. Martial averaged less than 7 in the league as an example which is very disappointing. Although everybody contributes the goals and assists are shared out so I presume that's probably why? or maybe the game has changed in the sense that someone averaging 7.5+ fairly easily is no longer the way? With this in mind I'm worried that spending big money on players like Barella will never seem worth it what with the ratings they get? but time will tell and I have a few changes that worked towards the end of the season. I honestly didn't start meaning to write so much ! I hope my mumblings on the team in the real world aren't confused with Football Manager, always interesting to hear what other people think though !?
  7. Just about finishing the first season in game, I've not gone Arsenal but I can't help but enjoy their transfer business, They've signed Icardi for £99mil meaning they could play a front 4 of Icardi, Aubemeyang, Lacazette and Ozil ! As well as signing right back Kevin Mbabu from Young Boys for £10.5 mil including all the add-ons which seems a bargain as he's a good all rounder is now only 24 and is valued at £26 mil !
  8. Hadn't played FM in ages, so decided on starting a save with Southampton and it's probably been the best save I've had this year. I started off not allowing any more signings considering it's the last patch and everything was up to date anyway and apart from reluctantly selling Yoshida and gladly selling Redmond in the winter transfer window I wasn't given much money to spend accept for what we accumulated from their sales so I decided just to bank it instead. We finished 2nd in the league on 77 points and but for a more consistent start to the season we could have got closer to United who finished 1st on 84. Some real surprising results including beating Chelsea 4-0 at home, United 3-1 at home and City 4-2 away kept us challenging from most of the season. We also managed a domestic double winning the FA cup and the league cup although the final opponents being Leicester and Everton made it slightly easier. Hoping for another successful second season, hopefully challenging for the European places once again, I have a very impressive £82 mil transfer budget and so far I've only signed Harry Maguire from Leicester for £25 mil. I know I need to improve the depth of the squad but I'm not 100% on who I want and for what positions, also looking to improve how quick the team is especially going forward, for all their positives Gabbiadini, Austin and especially Carrillo aren't rapid and although Long is the quickest his age and poor finishing count against him so I'm looking to sell him. I'd definitely recommend starting a save with Southampton, I think they have a squad that can play a few differing formations as well as having enough quality to cause the odd upset too!
  9. Huge fan of Martial myself, currently have him as an Inside forward attack which I think his PPM's are made for, on the left in a deep 4-2-3-1 in the first season for United, his goal tally isn't as incredible as it is for you them numbers are brilliant. But in all competitions he has played 27(3) scored 22 and assisted 11 by the end of January.
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