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27.mp4 27:20 Corner. dc's Baby and Campbell dont even react to cross. GK could also come out and catch it. 55.12.mp4 55:09 Cross from the left formation has 3 DC's and 1 of them is marking st other ones just standing and looking foolish. 65.24.mp4 65:24 Corner Both dc's Baby and Campbell just watching opposition gets to heading position GK Could also run out. This is only a start. Started looking these to know how gk react in crosses. GK should also be a lot more active interceptin crossballs. 10 min. of looking analysis and found allready these. Newcastle
I wish there was the possibility of telling a players to pass the ball to the centre rather than head it inside during corners. This would allow for more creativity and a greater sense of tactical control during the match. Additionally I believe corner routines should have a familiarity factor as tactics do.
My defensive corner setup is this: Now, this has worked fine in Chile, but after I got a job in Colombia, the teams have started to use this attacking combination against me at every corner: (Opponent is grey, I am yellow) Number 8 is lurking quite far from the penalty area near the corner taker. He receives the ball and has free space to sprint into the penalty area, creating a dangerous situation every time. My number 11 cannot intervene, and my three players on the front post (27, 14 and 24) are not quick enough to intercept him. Now, I can put a player in
Is there anyway to defend against corners when my team is abysmal at jumping and heading. No budget for buying anyone, I've done well stopping other teams from crossing but it seems every corner they get is either a goal or a great opportunity. Ive messed with a few different routines but nothing seems to work. Anyone run into this yet??