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I tried this with PSG (yes I know its expected to win with them in France) But this one really is good , both domistic and out in Europe. But as you all know to play this kind of football you need good players and right type of players. Here is the tactic Note I changed the gegenpress. As this is the gegenpress combined with tiki taka ' Thorow ins is important. Its important to keep the striker front of goal. In tiki taka systems, the striker flows to much to the flank specially on throw in Ask the CD to stay wider Match stats: Clear cut chace 8! LF (Mark right back) Right Winger (for me winger scores more in a 4-3-3) Mark Left back BWM: Make sure he dont drible and thake risk, he wins the ball and keep it easy Veratti is the best Regista in the game. He can defend as weel so ou can keep pressure Results
Hi managers Lately i have been trying out something new, and to a sort of mixed success. I played Bari up to Serie A using this tactic 50 % of the time, but there are some aspects i'm struggling with. The idea is to use a Regista to run the middle of the park completely ( Dahoud is not my main man for this job, but international duty and Tonali still being very young forced this for now ) Next to him i want to run a halfback, that will sneak in between the central defenders and that way widen up the back, allowing my wingbacks to play very aggressively and further up the pitch. Defensively i have found this work incredible, and my issues are mainly going forward. I've asked my inside forwards to sit narrower and let wingbacks fill in on the outside. My main concerns are what role to play my CM as and what type of football to play. CM Attacking doesn't feel optimal, but i can't play a mezzala without causing assymetry. I suppose i could put the Mezzala in front of the half back maybe? Also. What kind of playstyle would benefit my Regista? A possession based slow football, or vertical tiki taka for quick flaired space-balls? My main issue with the slow pace i am trying now with Dortmund is that my wingers are rapid, absolutely rapid. And i feel like the low pace could hold them back from doing what they do best? Any input would be appreciated, i really want to make this regista/half back combination work but going forward i feel like something is missing, the movement in midfield is a bit clumsy and might prohibit my regista a little bit. Last of all, are there any individual trais i could benefit from running this tactic for a long time? Mainly for my 3 midfielders. Cheers for reading, lets theorycraft!
Hi Everyone So not a lot of people seem to be using registas in their tactics. I was wondering if someone can provide some information on how best to use the role as part of a midfield trio. What would be the best formation en player roles to compliment a regista? I have been trying to use the following formation without much success: GK WB: S..........CB: D..........CB: D..........WB: S REGISTA: S CARRILERO: S..........MEZZALA: A CF: S..........CF: S..........CF: S Mentality: Positve In Possession: shorter passing, play out of defense, work ball into box, be more expressive, play through the middle, slightly lower tempo In Transition: take short kicks, distribute to centre-backs, counter, counter-press Out of Possession: extremely urgent, prevent short GK distribution Any advice?
Why 'ello dere. How you doing? Yep, it's me, back again with the first of the part of my FM18 blog on the SI forums. I will try and keep my intro post short and sweet for you guys as there's so much FM18 content to get through right now! However, if you follow me on Twitter (and if you don't then why not?! @registafm - go and follow now...) you will have seen that I am going to be starting off my FM18 journey in Portugal with a lovely little side called Boavista. And if you haven't seen this yet, well here ya go! So why Boavista? Well, let's give you some facts. Name - Boavista Nickname - "As Panteras" - The Panthers or "Os Axadrezados" - The Chequered Ones (ooh-er) Founded - 1903 Ground - Estadio do Bessa Capacity - just your 28,263 crazy Portuguese football fans Fact - One of two sides to win the Primeira Liga outside of the BIG THREE in Portugal, along with Belenenses (yeah - surprising right?) Now - that last one is the reason that I'm taking on this lot as my first team in FM. Rebuilding fallen "giants" is how I normally play Football Manager, and I could have picked anywhere and found clubs that want to relive their glory years. I've really got to thank the Deep Lying Podcast for this one, as their Portuguese League Preview really got me inspired to begin the quest for world domination in the birth-land of the best player in the world (sorry Messi fans). Portugal does not require players to have work permits, allowing me to steal the best youngsters around the world and breed them for success. Plus breaking up the BIG THREE gives a) a sense of longevity to the save, as they are so far ahead of everyone else and b) a real sense of achievement when we smash them in to oblivion. Also, the stadium looks cool. Just look at it. The big thing for me this year is to try and keep to one save file. I really fancy the ideas of moving on from Boavista once I've accomplished what I need to there in to an unknown game world - hence the name "The Chronicles of Regista". When Boavista have been established as a European powerhouse, we'll move on to a different league and team. Teams will rise and teams will fall - who knows where we'll end up? You'll just have to stick around to find out, all whilst eating Nutella in our pants. The next installment is coming soon...