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  1. Generation-Next

    The Perfect Tactic of the Future

    I was wondering what on earth this was supposed to be.
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    FM19: Liverpool - Success Has Many Fathers

    Starting a new save. Going to train TAA to be the best Mezzala in the universe.
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    Nahitan nandez

    I played him in net. Was class for me.
  4. Generation-Next

    Wonderkids: top 10 strikers

    No one likes videos. This is a forum. Not a Youtube Channel Promoter.
  5. Generation-Next

    Developing and Improving a Catenaccio.

    He's given you the exact positions and roles, in his post.
  6. Generation-Next

    FM 19 Tycoon takeover thread

    Wow. Thanks.
  7. Generation-Next

    Tácticas del "Maestro" Tabarez

    Dude, at least use a translator!
  8. Generation-Next

    FM18: Liverpool FC - Pace Abuse

    So, I brought my Marco Rose tactic from Salzburg all the way to Merseyside with the intention of playing a high tempo - possession hungry - flair style of play. Now the lads have adjusted to what I've been asking of them and it's wonderful. Possession Not as much as I had with Salzburg but considering how tough the Premier League is, I'm made up with this so far. Passes I came into this looking to pick up between 600 & 700 passes per game. On average it's around 614.5 completed per game here. Chances Created There's no point in having all the possession but not being able to create any scoring opportunities. We're the second top goalscorers so far. With 11 goals in 5, one behind Burnley? So far, so good. Very enjoyable experiment.
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    FM18: Liverpool FC - Pace Abuse

    Sorry I've not been about guys to update you on my mental diamond as I've been working hellish hours. The tactic that worked wonderfully with Salzburg is a bit hit and miss with Liverpool, I did expect it though as Salzburg quickly learned my tactic as it is a tactic they're used to. With Liverpool not so much. But hopefully It's coming along a little now. My last game against Hoffenheim A game that Hoffenheim really needed to chase to come back from a 4-0 deficit at our place. I controlled the game possession wise, completing 556 passes in the process. The Hoffenheim goal came from an annoying cut back cross. Something that I'll need to sort out immediately. Something else I've also noticed. I need a completely different plan when I go a man down. I was comfortably cruising to a 0-2 win against Burnley but when TAA got sent off, and I moved a player from the ST position down to FB and put Gomez on, we ended up losing 3-2. We didn't have the pressing capabilities as the 2 men up top did and it showed. I'm delighted with an opening day win against City though.
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    FM18: Liverpool FC - Pace Abuse

    The only thing about this tactic, is it's not massively high scoring. Due to the very quick high tempo they seem to snap at chances. You'll usually bag 2 or 3.
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    FM18: Liverpool FC - Pace Abuse

    These are my opposition instructions too.
  12. Generation-Next

    FM18: Liverpool FC - Pace Abuse

    Nothing to write home about, due to being a friendly against extremely poor opposition, but this was my first friendly with the tactic no where near fluid yet. and the tactic BBM's have get further forward and more risky passes, the FB's are actually on support (ignore the screenie for that) They both have get further forward, but cross less often - because as with Marco Rose team, he doesn't put crosses in, he has his fullbacks cut it back. Which seems to work well with these instructions as they look for the pass rather than the cross.
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    FM18: Liverpool FC - Pace Abuse

    I also tried bringing Xavier Schlager with me from Salzburg - he looks like he could be world class managed properly. 19 years old, can play AMC/MC/DM (Retrained to DLP DM)
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