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  1. At the moment I have very little time for testing. I would be interested to know this as well. I'll see what I can do with testing in the coming weeks, but can't promise anything.
  2. Thank you for the feedback @kanonz You raise valid points. I'm busy at the moment. I will try to make some balance tweaks when I have the time. I like the core of the tactic very much. But I'm certain that I can come up with improvements for lower tier teams. Thanks again for bringing this up.
  3. Thank you for your testing@FM Base It's currently marked as 'pending test'. Looking forward to seeing the results!
  4. Pacey defenders will be a crucial addition. A good deep-lying playmaker is important too. That's no concern with Barca of course. I haven't developed set pieces and simply used the standard ones. So better use your own.
  5. Thanks @Podsyman. Let me know if you have any questions.
  6. Shameless plug: my set of tactics is possession based: Normally 55%+ possession. The third formation I use is a 4-2-3-1. I can't say that it is 'the best' tactic. But I get very good results and an exciting brand of football with it.
  7. Does anybody else have some results to share? The tactic works extremely well for me, so...
  8. Interesting @Matsbrunsen It's a great formation to dominate possession and dictate play. Very good for a short and fast passing game because there are lots of triangels. I arrived at that formation because of the style of football I wanted to play. Works very well for me.
  9. Cool, thanks for the feedback @BigBobJoylove Sounds like the framework of the tactic works for lower league teams as well. Please let me know whether you are scoring more with players that are better suited for the tactic. And yes, the style of play is an important factor for me. Though I want to win too, of course
  10. You are absolutely right. If you have a midfielder you can retrain as a fullback that works very well. I play Blind as a fullback from time to time. But usually he is too important as the deep lying playmaker in my side. If you can afford to put such a player in the fullback spot that's awesome. If you can't, a 'normal' fullback can fill the role as well.
  11. The style of play is the same in each tactic, so I wouldn't change anything and use the 3-6-1 as your base tactic. I'm curious to hear how it works for underdog teams.
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