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Everything posted by Falahk

  1. For cm's and dm's it don't matter that much For cb's thought, it's very important since it impact how players move backwards in the ME, for example using two right footed cb's and a left footed lb, will create a small gap between the lcb and the lb that can be exploited
  2. Seams I'm not that bad at predictions after all
  3. Honestly think that out of all the big teams we could have faced we have the best chance of winning against England, so hopefully they will beat Germany
  4. That is definitely racism, thought just saying siptare is not I don't think they realize just how accurate this is, it's just simply how Balkan peapol argue, been on the receiving end of a couple of those jibbes from my ex gf, well deserved I might add, acted like a knobb and she called me out on it
  5. Lets get this straight, is it racist to call an Englishman, English? This is pretty much what some of you are implying
  6. Agree completely with @(sic) and @GunmaN1905 , the rest of you guys are just trying to find a problem where there isn't one
  7. Seams like Pellegrini is out due to injury, Castrovilli called up instead
  8. If the old interface is anything to go on, then the main difference is that a wb have hug touchline (so he will play wider) and is set to cross higher up the pitch (this will make them run/dribble a bit more before crossing)
  9. To add to this, there is a community wide trend to focus way to much on youth development This leads to a lot of ppl icorectly assuming that an aggressive high intensity style is more effective, since it works better for the type of squad they are building
  10. One of the main changes that started to take place between 10-15 years ago irl, was the type of player being used in the trequartista role, nowdays it's extremely rare to see a pure playmaker, now it's ether a hardworking guy who is reasonably fast (attributes to look at: pace, acceleration, stamina, workrate, teamwork, strength) or someone who would have played as a winger for an English team (attributes to look at: pace, acceleration, stamina, flair, dribbling, tecnique, of the ball) Some playtesting on older fm's have also shown this is the way to go
  11. Probably sounds odd, but I would only consider using him as a creative striker in this formation, he is way to slow for the AMC role and don't have the defensive ability to play deeper in midfield
  12. If I remember correctly, then this playing style requirement only take into account how many shoots you fire at the opposing teams goal For example my board was extreamly happy with my cautious Brazilian box that averaged rhoughly 35% possession, but created a lot of chances on the break
  13. I thend to create a tactic during preseason (often inspired by something I observe while watching football) and then stick to it for a full season, I might make minor tweaks if I spot something that don't work as well as I anticipated but that's about it really During matches I never make tactical changes, I just alter how the team is playing with player selection and substitutions I might make a new tactic to accommodate how my squad is developing between seasons or if I'm bored with how my team is playing
  14. Second tactic goes like this: Gk: goalkeeper/defend Lb: wingback/support Cbl: central defender/defend Cbr: central defender/defend Rb: wingback/support Dmc: Anchorman/defend Mcl: advanced playmaker/support Mcr: box to box midfielder/support Aml: inverted winger/attack Amr: inside forward/support Stc: advanced forward/attack Balanced mentality Ti's: Much shorter passing, pass into space, play out of defence, play for setpices, take short kicks, distribute quickly, counter attack, regroup, higher defensive line, higher line of engagement, extremely urgent, prevent short goalkeeper distribution, thight marking
  15. Not my native language, but close enough for me to translate it First tactic goes like this: Gk: goalkeeper/defend Lb: fullback/support Cbl: central defender/stopper Cbr: central defender/defend Rb: fullback/support Ml: inverted winger/attack Mcl: deeplyining playmaker/defend Mcr: box to box/support Mr: wide playmaker/attack Stl: advanced forward/attack Str: advanced forward/attack Coutious mentality Ti's: Shorter passing, pass into space, play out of defence, play for setpices, take short kicks, distribute to fullbacks, dustrbute quickly, counter attack, counter press, force opponents outside, higher line of engagement, thight marking Will do the second tactic when I have charged my phone
  16. One of the guys over in the Manchester United thread in gptg was experimenting with this and did really well, so might be worth it to have a look Have never done 100% strikerless on fm (only lone striker dropping deep), so can't really offer good advice myself
  17. Think the couter press instruction used to be called hassel opponents back then
  18. Strikers should if possible both be right footed, while lcb and lb should be left footed, rcb and rb right footed For the whole midfield strong foot don't make a significant difference
  19. I thend to look for players with high dribbling attribute and composure (for every position), this will allow the players to hold onto the ball when put under pressure, before making a pass to break the high press
  20. AMC on AP support and the South Korean guy as first choice as an advanced forward
  21. Have a look at Andrea Petagna's attributes, you need a striker in a similar mold to him You could literally play Malen in every role there is and it would still not work, since he don't have the attributes to play striker in your system
  22. IMO don't look like a good striker for the formation you use, would play him out wide That being said, it's a bit hard to judge without seeing the whole tactic and what type of players you have in your team
  23. B is a bit better then the other two, but tbf they are all rubbish, even if you are playing in vanerama north/south you should be able to find a better keeper
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