noah08

Tactics for Lower League Teams?

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(fm09)

I play as a team in the BSN. We have been having a hard time to score.

I usually just use 4-4-2 because it seems the easiest at this level.

Does anybody know good fm09 9.3 tactics to score more?

I honestly don't think it is the tactics or the formation because I have gotten help from these forums with it. It seemed to be working until this long drought. My players really aren't that good attacking.:p

Any feedback would be great.

thanks

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Ok I think I'll copy this into those sections.

Go Milwall:thup:

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oh sorry too late:p

i'll tell a mod to close it:thup:

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Making a thread like this in the LLM forum is suicide. They'll rip you to shreds then tell you to **** off to GPG :p

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Making a thread like this in the LLM forum is suicide. They'll rip you to shreds then tell you to **** off to GPG :p

Sorry. :(:p

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Sorry. :(:p

no problem:p

back to the topic tough, does anybody remember any good tactics they used? I've seem to run into a brick wall.

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Personally I think a 4-4-2 is more than fine at that level. It's more about the quality of players you have IMO. Then once you climb the leagues, that's where the formation/tactic comes into play.

As long as you have a half decent finisher, creative midfielder/winger and a solid defender that should see you through the lower leagues...well, it's worked for me anyway.

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