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Thanks to @Cleon, I have created a very good possession-based tactic. I am in my second year ingame (16/17), FM16. I had this tactic from a previous save and I haven't changed anything in my second ingame year, it's the same from day one. As you can see in the images below, it's working: The problem? My problem is that my wingers and my complete wing backs tend to not cross while in position of crossing. They are in the following area: and instead of crossing, they prefer to pass the ball outside the penalty area to my DLP, BWM or AMC. It's happening very often (I would say 8 times out of 10) and it's getting very annoying. My Control 4-2-3-1 Wide tactic: -Formation and Team Instructions: -Player Instructions (Complete Wing Back R and L are the same, Winger R and L are the same): And my Attacking 4-2-3-1 Wide tactic (in case it's informative): -Formation and Team Instructions: -Player Instructions (Complete Wing Back R and L are the same, Winger R and L are the same): What I always do, in terms of approaching matches, is to play 15'-30' with my attacking tactic and 60'-75' with the control tactic. I never use the control tactic for the whole 90 minutes and I never change TI's or PI's while in a match. What I sometimes do, is to swap my wingers and change them to IF's (both on support duty in my control tactic and both on attack duty in my attacking tactic) and I am doing that because in the Greek league, the opposition tends to use a very defensive tactic against me. But I am doing it for a maximum of 15'-30', most of the times I am playing with wingers. I know that, the way the control tactic is set up, it's not that risky. But, as you can see from the PIs, even those aggressive ones don't help. This thing doesn't happen with my attacking tactic, but I can't use my attacking tactic it for the whole 90' cause it's very aggressive and doesn't help with possession. What can I do about it? PS. The problem didn't appear in my second year. It was happening in the first year as well.