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Long story short! This weekend I was finally able to watch an Arsenal match from start to finish. Except for the first 10 minutes or so of the 2nd half, so I don't know if Pepe replaced Nketiah in the half-time or a few minutes into the 2nd half. But that's irrelevant to the topic anyway. What I like about replication attempts is that each of us can see the same thing (i.e. tactic) in a different way. This will be mine, but you are all welcome to share your thoughts as well as your entire tactical setups aimed at replicating Arteta's tactic(s) in this particular match (against Sheff Utd).
I am writing this topic in order to share an interesting tactic I created and receive the opinion of more experienced players. I do not garantee you will get the same results as me since the tactic and squad are still in an Alpha phase of sorts and I believe there are anomalies with the behaviour of one of my players that have bypassed the logical outcome of the matches. I started playing Fm19 back in january and this has been the very first Football Manager I've played. After receiving tips from my friends I started trying (and failing) to implement my tactical ideals in the game. After
Vitória has won 2 league titles in 2 seasons in Benfica. In this thread I will take a look at Rui Vitória's stint in benfica. He took the job after Jorge Jesus left for city rivals Sporting. In the past season, he was won 2 league titles, 1 cup, and 1 supercup. This season things started on a weak note, after a summer of selling some of the best players and a questionable board policy of not investing in the squad. At the beginning, Vitória opted to keep the base of the 4-4-2 that JJ developed, and that led Benfica to 3 league titles in 6 seasons. However this season, RV has c