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  1. Thanks so much for the great response and I'm sorry with the delayed reply, been a tough view months with uni etc. You pretty much got in terms of LOE and D-line as it's what has become efficient for me to change the way we control space. Depending on opposition and momentum I will shift around right after goals quite a lot. Also once I think a game is done I usually drop LOE right down. Moving the d-line for me just depends on opposition passing and pace of my back line and their attackers. The reasoning for the switch to a 4411 was to allow a wonder kid to get in the team and it all
  2. Not sure what you want me to say or how it feels too good to be true considering unbeaten runs haven't been that uncommon on FM with the right tactic and players. I wouldn't say we have an obvious talent advantage but we definitely have talent. 2 or more very good players in each position minus a couple. GKs WBs CBs DMs CMs WMs STs
  3. Mini Update- Would like to start by saying a huge thank you for all the feedback received on my first post, I feel very welcomed into the community. I have started the squad building post but work at Uni is piling up so that has to take priority, but it should be completed soon. I just wanted to give a tiny update on the continued success of the tactic, 2 seasons after I first created it. Back to back to back league wins, the third being an invincible league win with only 2 draws. We didn't concede a league goal until January. The system improves as the players improve. W
  4. I've thought this for a long while, always made sense to me in real football but was always difficult to implement in previous FM's. I think the new line of engagement has really allowed situational pressing to be accomplished and I'm glad I was able to use it effectively. Also glad to make you very happy haha! Also thank you for the advice, definitely now understand what you are telling me. Great quote! Thank you man, can't wait to continue. That's amazing to hear, thank you very much my friend.
  5. Currently crafting a post about my squad and how it informed my tactic, and this is apart of that. Short answer yes, but it would depend on who we were up against and who we had available to play. I’ll go into much more detail when it comes to my next post which will cover it! Thank you very much!👍🏻 Wow, thank you man! I’m glad I was able to do that. Thank you man! Thanks brother! Our press usually becomes situational depending on in game circumstances, but always begins high. I can definitely see a big risk in maintaining those TIs for 90 minutes.
  6. Thanks very much! I'm glad I finally got involved in the community after all these years! Big thank you brother! Thank you for the welcome and response to the post. I also appreciated the tweet you sent with my post linked, really inspired me to continue to write more in the future! It felt logical to take elements from different sources and I'm glad I was able to articulate that well. Thanks again! Thank you very much my friend! I'm happy to hear that. Thanks a lot man, really appreciate it! I'm glad I was able to receive such good feedback after just one post
  7. Hi there, excited for my first post here on the forum! I'm afraid it might be awfully long and don't want to bore people, so feel free to skip a little introduction I give and focus upon my new approach to creating a successful tactic with my side predicted to finish bottom of Serie A. I hope you enjoy! Before I get started I wanted to acknowledge that this is my first forum post here. I have dipped in and out of reading threads and articles over the years but I feel inspired to share my recent approach that I formed from reading, watching and trying out a lot of ideas to find something t
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