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I think this might be my first ever tactics upload and I've been a member on here for a good few years. As the title suggests this is a rock solid 4-4-2 for any level of football but I'm using it in the 10th level of English football. Your board probably won't give you any awards for entertainment but in terms of grinding out results they won't have much to complain about. Link below Rock Solid LLM 4-4-2.fmf The main principle behind this tactic was simplicity. My players are dreadful. My PF(a) has finishing of 4. Yes, 4. He's currently the division's top
What is Team Shape? Team Shape is one of 3 primary factors which determine a players individual mentality. Team Mentality determines the team's collective mentality / strategy. Player Duty determines an individual's duty, within that collective team strategy. Team Shape how individual players prioritise the collective team mentality vs their own individual duty. → More Structured team shapes instruct players prioritise their individual duty over the team mentality. → Flexible team shape means players balance team mentality and individual duty equally. → More Fluid team
Hi all, I want to build a tactic that focuses on moving the ball in a simple, practical manner. I'm thinking of a system where the first attacker will be expected to go for the most readily available pass most of the time. This would mean that he would require enough support behind and in front of him to pass to the second attackers feet, or into his short run. The main aim of the tactic is to get the ball from A to B in the most practical and precise way possible, by using the open spaces between the lines and within the channels to retain possession in a forward thinking manner, wi