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***disclaimer - I use Libero role first time in my life, so if you experienced guru, this text can be boring for you. For me it is an exciting adventure and all things which I notice are something new for me Cheers! *** I started this tactic in FM19. At first edition it was inspired by Conte and my Torino was pretty succesfull in this - UCL place and final of Copa Italia. But inspiration by Conte limited me and I just continue to improve my own 523 without any IRL links. The first thing which I wanted to change is set mentality for more riskly. I dont like attacking mentality, but cautious/balanced were unleavened for me. But TI will be later. 3CB is meaning solid defence and fluid in attack. But as Pep Guardiola said - 2 players behind ball line is enough. Modern football needs more and more resources so 3CB is really luxury for managers. IRL teams solve this problem in different ways. Unfortunatelly some of their ideas impossible to realize in current ME system because these ideas broke system meaning of formations (perhaps the canonical example is Alaba played 3th CB in defence and WB in attack). But we have one solution at least - libero. And I thank @Rashidi , he explained for me limitations of my first edition's tactic and after this I focused in system with Libero. The main idea is simple - to use CB aka Libero in DM zone in stages 2-3 (#22 in screenshot) In first picture I show links with CB at first. More clear example and links with CMs / Ws : In 523 system we have just 2 CM, what can be considered critically small number if we take into account we need use one CM at least for cover own CM->DM zone. But availability of Libero give us opportunity to use both CM in support higher: I counted 7 (seven) players which support attacking phase in regular basis in view of we have no real risks in defence. I tried to use the same idea but I used HB instead Lib. And this was my mistake because roughly speaking HB has inverted moving in compare of Lib. Or easier said - its more solid to use 3th CB as DM than DM as CB. Easier for team interaction. Especially it looks in opposite counter where Lib returns for line and this structure more solid in logic and in practice both. ice_video_20191225-145111.webm In first play deeper (as CB) Lib give possibility to play wider for CBs. 3 players in defence is solution for almost all opposite attacks. Despite I play in low team (for eurocups standarts) goals conceded were in reasons of individual mistakes more (like richochet, technical/mental mistake, etc.), not a system fails. This moment is difficult to formulate in English for me, just hope you understand what I mean. In second this structure have less problems with marking, because in triangle of CB-HB-CB opposite strikers move into and confuse them. In the end, how it could be in roles CB-CB-CB (edit) and how it looks (real screenshot without edit) This is not only Lib is he. Its more about what Lib give for teammates ice_video_20191225-150415.webm So this is tactic. After introduction and examples I have no idea what to say about roles or TI. Results (started new save for Almeria) upd - finished season
Hello guys, I have some mysterious affection with the Target Man role and now I want to create a tactic with a more specialised version of Target Man, the Wide Target Man. I am uploading the tactic because the tactic is, for some reason or the other, not working well enough. I lost a friendly match against Everton 1-2. The first match of Premier Division against West Ham ended in a 1-4 lost. Second match was against Liecester city which ended disastrously in a 0-5 lost. I am ready to change the tactic completely but the only thing I want is a Wide Target Man. Open to critics and suggestions.