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Hi all, This is hopefully not another one of those "fix my tactic for me" sort of posts but - I am after a little bit of assistance. So, I am in season 4 with Arsenal and have been using the below tactic for the last two seasons. It has worked very well and we've won the last two league titles, and narrowly missed out on the Champions League. However, in season 4 - it's struggling a little. I don't think it's a terrible tactic by any means but I'm after some tinkering help to improve it. There are 2 main issues: 1- Away from home it's really poor at creating chances. Defensively it is fairly solid but we regularly have ratings around 6.4-6.6 for the front three. I think this is related to the limitations of the system. When we are at home, we camp outside the opposition box and our chances tend to come from overlapping full backs and late runs from central midfield beyond the striker. When we are away, we struggle to keep possession that far up the pitch and I think the whole team becomes too spread out and cannot keep possession. My obvious thoughts for that are to push the D-Line higher and try retain possession? 2 - My best players have always been Savic (same as everyone else), Bellerin, Tierney (or Alba) and occasionally my AML (either Kean or Griezmann). The only position I tended to struggle with was my CF. Who had been Lacazette, playing as a DLF(A). So, I reasoned in the summer that I needed a striker whose link up play was better and more capable of weighing in with assists for the wingers and Savic. I eventually opted for Dybala (mainly as a throwback to when I had in FM17 and he broke Henry's records). He's had a few good games but when he doesn't score - his rating is 6.5 at best. I think I am just struggling to get him involved. So, I have tried some other roles (such as trying him as a Treq in the screenshot below) but I am still left with the same issue unfortunately. Don't suppose anyone can recommend anything on that front too? Thanks all - welcome any views.
Hello again guys, This time I'm here to share with you my recent video! My comparison between Paulo Dybala and Mauro icardi!Tell me your feedback! In your opinion who is the best???How many goals did these 2 wonder players score on your saves???For what type of football would you pick Dybala and for what type would you pick Icardi???Please show me their stats on your saves
Hi all, First, I wish you a terrific holiday period and merry Christmas! Hope all is well Second, would really appreciate some advice on the tactics I am running with my Chelsea squad in the '20-'21 season. I'm trying to achieve a 4-2-4 tactic that has at its core (1) an aggressive defensive style, with a high level of pressing/closing down, (2) on offense, creative attacking play with multiple goalscoring threats. To that end, and with the help of Chelsea's significant financial resources , I've stocked my offense with what I consider to be a fairly potent force: Insigne, Dybala, Pulisic, and Asensio. It's a fairly effective tactic, but my squad launches a significant amount of long shots. Our offense shoots more than anyone in the league, and yet with a mediocre shots on target %, I feel like we still have room to grow. I've attached my tactic, the TIs, and screenshots from a recent game. Any ideas as to how to fix this? Given my formation, I don't feel like my attackers should be isolated or desperate to shoot, and yet sometimes these guys will throw up outrageous shots (see Asensio's try in the screenshot, when he clearly had passing options available). A few ideas I've thought of include (1) slowing down the pace (but don't feel like I should have to), (2) adding the "Shoot less" PI - but that seems overly heavy-handed, (3) Would moving Dybala to a striker role help? Thank you for any help here!