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  1. Do you have AML right footed and AMR left footed? Going to give this a test.
  2. Just started giving fighter v1 a go. One initial observation is that where the opposition employ an AML and AMR, my wing backs get done out of position every time and the AML/AMR are given free rein. I'm sure you did, but wondering whether you played around with full backs instead of wingbacks? If so what was your conclusion? My only question re the tactic tips in terms of player requirements is in relation to the wingers. Where you say left winger needs to have at least a fairly strong left foot whereas the right winger must have a very strong right foot, does that basically
  3. Summary comment on the final iteration....? What formation are you working on with the new project?
  4. Thanks for replying. So we're clear that chances described as CCCs in the stats are not actually (for whatever reason) often true CCCs? If so I'll ignore the stat. The problem in previous years was the opposite - what visually (do to a poorly evolved visual representation of what was going on under the good) looked like CCCs were in fact not. Is it generally thought that this is no longer the case? I've basically gone from FM 2012 to FM 2020....!
  5. Hi All I'm aware that on many versions of FM in previous years it has been all too easy to create clear cut chances (or at least what looked like clear cut chances before the introduction of the CCC stat). So much so that, users often got annoyed that they were creating so many but only scoring say one or two. However, on this year's version (at least on 20.4 patch, I haven't played since Christmas so just updated), I am seriously struggling to create just one or two CCC and half chances. So I'm posting to find out if it's a known issue or if not (and therefore it's my tactics an
  6. I haven't had an issue with fouls. But I am getting hit with balls over the top.
  7. Trying this and it's looking very promising so far both in terms of results and performance!
  8. Knap can you ask M L to test the following tactic. Ive been using it and it seems very good. https://fm-base.co.uk/resources/mass-attack-imperator-by-ad1990.46/
  9. please could you link to the download and also post your best starting 11? Thanks!
  10. Thanks. I'd happily give it a blast, but is there any way the inverted wingers can be AML and AMR instead of ML and MR? Have you experimented with this?
  11. This is a really good thought/question and hopefully Knap will have an answer/ have already tested or if not hopefully he will test it. I'm still not exactly sure what in the FM 2020 terms play offside does - for me it only seems to work either by accident (i.e. where the play pin balls and the SC just doesn't get back quick enough and is a mile offside) or for obvious through balls from midfield/wings. But the main problem are the long balls from full backs and DCs just sailing over the top of even a low DL and the DCs being oblivious to see it coming so don't step up.
  12. Thanks Jugers. Please can you post a change list between v1 and v2? Your original tactic has been going really well for me and has been the closest to resembling actual real world football of anhy tactic I've tried.
  13. What signings have you made? EDITED to add: one game played one game won, with a clean sheet. Liverpool and Arsenal my next two games. Also, did you try having to either two IW or two wingers or the mirrored version of what you currently have i.e. winger left and IW right? EDITED to add: lost 1-0 to Liverpool, but was an even game and if anything we had the better chances (3 CCC to LFC's 0 CCCs). I notice the DL is at very low. Have you experimented between very low and low?
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