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A (hopefully) simple question for more experienced FM players: does the term defensive block (primarily) relates merely to the position (depth) of d-line or to the space between the lines in the defensive phase (i.e. when out of possession)? In other words, can a low block be applied when you play with a higher d-line or only when it's deep(er)? And vice versa, high block with a deeper d-line? For example, if your back line is positioned higher up the pitch and your next (midfield) line is fairly close to the d-line, so that there is very little space between these two lines, is that a low or high block (or medium for that matter)? And finally, can you play a low block with a more offensive mentality, and conversely - a high block with a defensive mentality?