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Hi all, I'm interesting on your approach in creating tactic to total underdog teams. Team, witch media says, that will be last in their (lowest) league, board talking about brave battle against relegation, and most attributes are lowest in the league - so it's difficult to find the way, playing system (too slow to counter, worst technically to posession, weak to defend - in compare to other teams all, let say, between 20th and 17th in 20-team league). What are you doing in this case? Transfer - ok, but let say, that in the moment it is not possible. So you have to work with this play
I read a post from last year about a guy who tried a save where he built a lowly team, sculpting everything but focusing on a couple of specific elements. He made sure he only kept players with very good mental attributes determination composure concentration team work work rate I always liked the idea of using what I like to call the 'underdog stars'. Players that might play for teams in the bottom half of the table and seeing where I could get with them. So I did 'create-a-club' using Crystal Palace as my base club (they had a nice enough squad and wage
Hello guys. I come here with great pressure on my head. I am currently managing harrogate town in Vanarama National League. We have been drawn in a FA Cup (or trophy) 3 round match against AFC Bournemouth who are currently in Sky Bet League One. Now, obviously we are huge underdogs but I wanted some suggestions so that we can hope for the best results and keep our supporters happy. The reason I am posting this thread is that I have noticed whenever we have to play a match against such a big team, the players play their worse game like clearing the ball to an opponent, doing own goals, get