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I've recently tried to create tactics for spurs and liverpool which mirror their real life playstyle, and I began to notice something weird. For players like adam lallana and dele alli, in real life you often see them making frequent runs beyond the other attackers, however, i can't get them to do so frequently and I'm certain it's because of their high levels of teamwork. I'm sure because I've experimented with altering nothing else except their teamwork (lowering it) and the number of runs they make afterward as well as the aggressiveness of their runs is greatly increased. Question is, is this working as intended? Because I've always thought that higher teamwork should mean trying to adhere to manager's instructions as opposed to simply coming deep for the ball and wanting to be closer to it at all times. Which should follow that if i tell a player with high teamwork to get further forward, move into channels, AND he has gets into oppo. area ppm, he should be making these runs diligently every other minute for the good of the team (as you often see lallana and alli do irl). I was also wondering if the s.i researchers are aware that this is what high teamwork does, because i believe if they were, a few players would have lower teamwork in the database so that they can make more frequent runs mirroring their real life playstyle.