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Armstrong is a wide player. I need a box-to-box player willing to get stuck in and Ness suited that more than anyone else considering I've lost the likes of Brown and McArthur. He's only a back-up to Bryson so it's not too important, he won't feature much. He looks good in-game (don't rate him one bit IRL) and he had a great season with Orient, getting promotion, so worth a call-up I think.

Fair do. Never seen much of him in FM14. Enjoying your career (and everyone else's)

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The World Cup

Group Stage (Qualified as runners-up)

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What a roller coaster ride! We kicked off the tournament with a 2-0 victory against Jamaica with the help of Romelu Lukaku's brace. Uruguay was up next and we were absolutely robbed in injury time when Lukaku lost possession near the corner flag and they countered brilliantly to score the equalizer in a dramatic 2-2 draw. A draw against Turkey would see us through to the next round and the boys went one better to bag all three points. However, Uruguay's superior 5-0 win against Jamaica meant they finished top and we faced France in the next round.

Fixtures

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Lukaku was absolutely on fire against France and his hat-trick propelled us through to the quarters. Italy was up next in the quarter-finals and even though chances were aplenty, both keepers were on fire as we went into the penalty shoot-out after a stalemate. Thankfully, we won the lottery and the mighty Argentina awaited our jaded players in the semis. Thibaut Courtois was the hero once again as he kept the Argentinians out on numerous occasions in the game. Lukaku came on to grab the all important winner in extra-time and we were in the finals! Disappointingly, the two 120 minutes took its toll on the players as we fell at the final hurdle in a 3-1 defeat against Holland.

Awards

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It was so near yet so far for Lukaku despite his eight goals at the World Cup. He finished runners-up to Robin Van Persie, whose hat-trick in the final won him both the cup and the Golden Boot.

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He had to settle for the consolation prize.

Tactics

The lack of depth in the full-back positions meant I had to play the same back four in most games and they eventually succumbed to fatigue in the final. Nevertheless, the attacking 4-1-4-1 formation employed was successful and helped us over-achieve at the World Cup.

The Defense

We conceded only three goals from open play throughout the tournament and two were from crosses when our full-backs were exposed due to their lack of pace. Alderweireld and Vermaelen played in the full-back positions for most games as we did not have great specialist full-backs. The last open play goal conceded was the late equalizer against Uruguay where they countered swiftly after we lost the ball deep in their half.

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Even though we adopted the attacking strategy, the team was still solid in defense as illustrated in the screenshot above. The back four was positioned deep enough due to the Much Deeper Defensive Line instruction to prevent balls over the top. The midfield Anchor (circled) played a crucial role in defense as it protects the space between the two banks of four. Italy's full-back Santon had the ball in the left wing and was marked tightly by our right-winger who had tracked back well. Italy's front three (1 AMC and 2 STs) were out-numbered by our back four and the midfield anchor.

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In the previous screenshot, Italy looked to attack down the wings. This screenshot showed how we lined up when the Italians tried to play through the middle. Their full-backs were deep in their own half and our wingers tucked in to protect the central areas. The midfield line is arched due to the aggressive closing down of our central midfield pair. Again, their front three is well-marshaled by our back four and the midfield anchor protected the zone between the lines. In conclusion, apart from being exposed in our full-back positions and set-plays, the defensive set-up was solid enough throughout the tournament.

The Attack

Moving on to our attacking play, Lukaku was our top goal scorer and most of his eight goals were scored in the manner as shown in the screenshots below.

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Playing in False 9 role, Lukaku would often drop deep at the start of our attacking play as shown in the screenshot above. The player ahead of Lukaku is our midfield raider (CM-A) and he would often break forward ahead of the False 9 to offer a passing option. However, as Lukaku and Benteke are average passers, we failed to capitalize on the late midfield runs from our ball-winner and midfield raider throughout the tournament. In this move, Lukaku chose the easier option of spreading play to our right winger.

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The thing I like about the False 9 role is that he does not stay put after linking play. As shown in the screenshot above, Lukaku broke forward into the box the moment he played the ball to our right winger (Januzaj).

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Subsequently, Januzaj released our over-lapping right-back (Alderweireld) and he put in a great ball for the on-rushing Lukaku, who connected and scored the all-important winner against Argentina. It was also worthy to note that our midfield raider (Hazard) made another late run to add bodies in the box.

Conclusion

Even though it was a pity to have gone so close without winning the World Cup, I had a great time and the games showed a few things about my favored formation. With a couple of better quality full-backs, I believe the Red Devils can go on to be a force in international football.

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Got round to playing my pre-tournament friendlies at last.

Colombia 0-0 Scotland

Mexico 1-3 Scotland

Ghana 2-3 Scotland

Atletico Mineiro 1-2 Scotland

We've yet to taste defeat under my management! :D I decided to use these friendlies to test out my 433 and it was a lot more dangerous than the 4141 but also gave up more opportunities to the opposition so I'm not sure what to go with in the first game v Belgium. I'm thinking 4141 because it worked out great in our WCQ.

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Belgium 1-2 Scotland

Scotland 1-0 Japan

Uruguay 4-1 Scotland

Okay so losing to Uruguay that way was embarrassing. BUT, I did so because of two reasons: 1. We had already qualified so I wasn't too fussed about winning - either way we'd be facing Colombia or England, both very tough and I'm not sure who I'd rather face; 2. a lot of our players were in need of a rest so I rested 8 players from the Japan victory in order to keep the players fresh for the first knockout game.

I'll get some analysis up soon. Note: It's not great, because I'm not going to lie here - I'm struggling big time. I scraped past Belgium, managing to hang onto victory, and Japan absolutely bossed us but thankfully we took advantage of a corner kick. I'm not sure what use - if any - my analysis will be able to provide because my tactic was essentially "SCORE! DEFEND! PRAY! DEFEND! HANG ON FOR DEAR LIFE! PRAY SOME MORE!" :lol:

e: Uruguay 4-1 Scotland + England 2-0 Colombia = The Auld Enemy in 2nd Round :cool:

Lost 5-3 on penalties :( young Ryan Gauld missing his penalty. We had really awful kick takes out there - all the players I'd depend upon for that sort of thing were either injured, subbed or benched. Had only three players I was comfortable picking and they came in at 1/2/5 (although 4 scored tbf). Whereas the England takers were like Rooney, Baines, Wilshere and Lampard ffs. :thdn::D

Winners - Argentina

Runners-up - England

Third place - Romania (!)

Fourth place - Netherlands

England 4-5e Argentina :lol: Sounds like a crazy game. Romania did really well, too. Bit annoying. They've stolen my thunder as overachievers :D

Our showing in the World Cup makes us 15th in the World Rankings. Most impressive. I took the team from 52nd to 15th and last 16 of the World Cup in 12 months :cool:

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Good campaigns with Belgium and Scotland there. We have only had 1 winner in the thread so far - RTH's England campaign!

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Good campaigns with Belgium and Scotland there. We have only had 1 winner in the thread so far - RTH's England campaign!

I'm still really keen to see someone have a pop with Brazil or Argentina.

I think this thread has been great so far. Really pleased by how people have got into the spirit of things, and the analysis has been terrific.

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Been a bit since I played my next game against Armenia, so I'll mostly just post the results and a small bit of commentary about the next couple of games. As a recap, here's the results going into the final two games of our group. Been undefeated so far since taking over. :)

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Armenia went with a 2-DM shape against us, and like I'd imagined, it did give us some troubles with the way that we were set up to play through the center of the pitch. They were just the kind of physical side that I thought could cause the most issues.

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They weren't a very disciplined side however and got themselves into foul trouble, which you can see in the final stats for the game. There were a lot of cards handed out all around. This game really showed the effectiveness of the CWB role, as their fullbacks just weren't able to handle our runs and you can see here were they just left acres of space for us trying to deal with us. Conboy drives at them down the left flank and our midfield is completely free in front of the area to try and put an attacking move together once he finds them with the ball.

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Here are the options after the pass is made. :)

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And another run into the box from Jacobsen, our right CWB.

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Can't remember why I took this screen exactly :D, but you can see our shape in attack. Width looks pretty good, and the two AP(S) midfielders are positioned like I'd hoped.

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Final result was 2-0, and surprisingly we didn't even dominate possession. Armenia played a very aggressive tackling game (26 fouls, 7 yellows) and I mostly tried to just sit back and counter them down the flanks.

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The result brought us within striking distance (1 point) of Italy to top the group, after they drew 0-0 with the Czechs, with our final game also to be played against the Czech Republic.

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If had FM14 I would've done the country of my birth Nigeria :D

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On to the final game of the group then, against the Czechs. They came out in a 4-2-3-1, which I hoped meant that I'd have some space for Eriksen to work with in front of their defense. I was right, but at the same time they played a fairly high pressing game for awhile that did the job and made it difficult for us to make the most of possession. I decided to lower the tempo and try to lure them in for the counter, which ended up being successful for us. In the end we had some great individual performances that helped us take the victory by a fair margin. Nicklas Bendtner in particular played very well and he got on the end of a byline cross to open the scoring early on. (His attributes in FM14 are fairly ridiculous, btw :D)

We had a lot of chances right in front of goal and our attack is really looking so much better now that tactic familiarity has gone up a bit. We're keeping possession well, running at the defenses, and getting on the end of through balls that are making our chances easier to put away. This result did surprise me a bit, but we ended up comfortable 4-1 winners. Really very happy with this tactic and I'll definitely think about using for other teams in the future. One of our CWB's scored yet another goal, and our play in front of goal is great to watch. Both Eriksen (AF) and Bendtner (DLF) linked up very well the entire game with short passes and through balls.

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So here's the table then after our victory. Italy just about beat us to the top, but we couldn't have done any more than we did. We were always going to need them to slip up.

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But our performance was still enough to get us into the playoffs. :)

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However, the draw could have been kinder. :D No idea how this will go, but I expect us to be underdogs. Our run could be coming to an end soon.

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Friendlies

So I played 5 friendlies leading up to the World Cup, winning all five. The first was actually against one of my group stage opponents. I won't go into too much detail with these, just the statistics:

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I have pretty much settled on my 4-4-1-1 tactic. That will be the one I live and die with. I really wanted to stay within the 30 man roster the US prelimned with in real life, but injuries have forced to me use the following:

GK: Tim Howard, Brad Guzan, Nick Rimando

D: Timmy Chandler, Geoff Cameron, Omar Gonzalez, John Brooks, Clarence Goodson, Tim Ream, Fabian Johnson, Edgar Castillo

M: Landon Donovan, Alejandro Bedoya, Maurice Edu, Jermaine Jones, Kyle Beckerman, Mikkel Diskerud, Clint Dempsey, Julian Green, Brad Davis

F: Jozy Altidore, Aron Johannsson, Terrence Boyd

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I'm still really keen to see someone have a pop with Brazil or Argentina.

I think this thread has been great so far. Really pleased by how people have got into the spirit of things, and the analysis has been terrific.

Fantastic idea for a thread :thup: some great analysis.

I plan on starting with Argentina tomorrow and will analyse my tactics as best I can but it won't be upto the general standards on here so far.

First course of action will be trying to put in all the attacking talent at my disposal.

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MATCH 1 (Colombia)

First meeting between these two since the infamous USA victory at the 1994 World Cup.

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We controlled this match from start to finish, however Falcao scored for Colombia on their first two shots, and we're down 2-0. We went into attack mode and created some good chances. It wasn't until first half stoppage that we found the goal, when John Brooks put away a pinball-style melee off a corner kick and we went into the locker room down 2-1. Not long into the second half, Julian Green finished a cross from Timmy Chandler that was redirected by Jozy Altidore:

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We scored a third in the 60th minute on an own goal that was created by Landon Donovan. With the lead, we dropped off into a more defensive posture and continued to control the game and see out the clock for a 3-2 win that we fully deserved.

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Russia defeated Croatia by the same score:

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This means our next game against Russia could seal our bid for qualification.

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GROUP G - Match Two (Russia)

Russia came even at top with us after they defeated Croatia 3-2. I stuck with my 4-4-1-1, but space was difficult to find for both teams:

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We limited them to mostly hopeful shots. They only managed to put one on target. We didn't get much more on the other end but Jozy had an opportunity he should have finished. We controlled possession but our passing percentage was down to 85%. In the end, neither team could find the net and it ended in a 0-0 draw.

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Croatia beat Colombia 4-2, so us and Russia now sit in first place with 4 points, Croatia with 3. All we need is a draw against Croatia and we are through.

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GROUG G - MATCH 3 (Croatia)

So this one is for all of the marbles. We didn't know this at kick off, but Russia lost to Colombia 3-1. That mean that we could still be through with a loss as long as it was only by one goal. Croatia could advance with a draw as they would have better goal differential.

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This was another game where we dominated but struggled to finish. In the first half we had all of the running, but it wasn't until the fiftieth minute when Jozy finished off a beautiful cross from Timmy Chandler:

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Jozy would add a second after Croatia's goalkeeper tried to clear a ball but it bounced off of Jozy's chest, 1v0 = 2-0. Croatia would score from a long shot in the 92nd to make the deficit 2-1, but they could do no more.

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The win gave us the group and put us in a much easier bracket:

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I'm not trying to say that Egypt, Bosnia, or Uruguay are pushovers, but those 3 obstacles are much more desirable than any other group in the tournament. Russia finished second in our group and they will play Portugal first, and if they manage to win that game they will likely be playing Italy. So this would be the best path to the semifinals that we could have hoped for, I would say.

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Great progress Uncle_Sam.

It's a promising draw. Uruguay are tough nuts to crack, so if you make it through the Egypt game, brace yourself for a hard match.

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Uruguay were the only team to truly outplay my Ivorian side. Glad I only faced them in a meaningless group stage game. Pray Bosnia play a blinder against them. You have a potentially really good path to the semi finals though. Your results seem good, would love you to expand more on some of your decisions and tactical strategies, they would interest me greatly.

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Uruguay were the only team to beat me in 14 games managing Scotland and one of only two teams to score two or more goals (they beat me 4-1, I beat Ghana 3-2). England beat me too obviously but it was on penalties so I count that as a draw.

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Good luck Uncle_Sam. Even with that shock inclusion of Donovan in your squad, I reckon you still have a chance. :cool:

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Well I don't have the patience for uploading pics or long write-ups but I took England for a spin in my first international save and won the world cup on my first go. :) Used a narrow 4-3-1-2 formation, high pressing and short passing. Jack Wilshere in the AMC spot was my highest rated during the campaign.

Drew Spain, Paraguay, and Costa Rica in my group. Costa Rica was put away 3-0 with ease, but Paraguay proved trickier to break down and I only won 1-0 as a result of a brilliant Steven Gerrard free kick blasted into the corner of the net.

Then had to face Brazil in the second round, which was a nail-biting affair in which they controlled much of the game and had several chances expertly handled by Hart. Ultimately I triumphed 1-0 with a late penalty in the 83rd, which Baines put away.

Up next was Cameroon whom I put away 2-0 easily enough.

Then came the most difficult match, the semi-final against France. We scored off a corner in the 8th minute and had control of the game up until the 80th minute when France got a cross into the box which they put away. This led to extra time during which the score remained 1-1. Finally a penalty shootout during which Hart and Lloris each made a save, but Hart made one more and I won the shootout 8-7 with Callum Chambers putting the winning penalty away.

In the final I faced Belgium who had managed to defeat Spain in the semi-final. Following the extra time affair with France my team was desperately struggling for fitness. Despite this we were able to control the match and create several chances but Welbeck failed to put each one of them away. Finally subbed a very fatigued Sturridge in and he immediately scored in the 68th minute. We would then hold on to win the match and the cup 1-0. :)

Now to rebuild the squad as near half of it is over the age of 30. :lol:

I'm tempted to give Belgium a go, they've got some great talent there.

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A little bit more tactical input would be nice please, as that is the point of the thread - even a discussion of your tactics and instructions.

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I'm still really keen to see someone have a pop with Brazil or Argentina.

I think this thread has been great so far. Really pleased by how people have got into the spirit of things, and the analysis has been terrific.

I'll have a pop with Brazil on Sunday and feedback to you all. 1970 is coming to 2014 baby!

In the interm, I have to go and see a man about re-declaring :brock:

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I am interested to have a go at this. I haven't done screenshots in years is there a quick way of doing them?

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I am interested to have a go at this. I haven't done screenshots in years is there a quick way of doing them?

You can download the free GIMP software (Photoshop semi-equivalent). Have it open while you are in FM, then take a screenshot and simply paste it into the GIMP window and export to wherever.

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Okay brilliant I am going to give Argentina a go; with one aim in mind to get the best out of Messi

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Haha. How badly? :D

Only 6 weeks thankfully. Just to give a little idea of what I am doing. I am playing a narrow midfield diamond and the aim is for Messi to play in his best position which is the central attacking midfielder. With Aguero and probably Tevez in front of him.

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This would be progressing if screenshots were actually working instead I just seem to get a picture of whatever would be shown if I wasn't FM. weird

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This would be progressing if screenshots were actually working instead I just seem to get a picture of whatever would be shown if I wasn't FM. weird

How are you taking the screenshots? I use PrtScrn then Ctrl + V to paste into the GIMP window.

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Alright, back to the game a little bit. After looking over my squad I decided to change things up a little bit for the knockout stage. I wanted Julian Green to be able to play wide out left without having to cut inside for the fullback. He has the Moves into Channels PPM anyway, so playing narrower isn't something he really wants to do. This would also leave me a little safer in the back. On the other side I wanted Timmy Chandler to be able to charge forward without a midfielder on his side. I also knew I would need to lose the possession soccer and shorter passing instructions, because I didn't want my left mid and right back be out on island helpless. I might give up the ball more but hopefully what I got in exchange was more chances created. What I came up with was a 4-3-1-2 that functioned like this:

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So this is what the lineup looked like against Egypt:

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The result was outstanding. Egypt never stood a chance. The move to free up Timmy Chandler was very successful. He scored the first goal of the game on what was actually a mishandled cross, and then he later assisted on another goal with a cross. Julian Green, whose skills the tactic were also set up to exploit scored the second goal on a counter attack. Fabian Johnson was moved up to LM after we subbed Green out scored his own goal. In the end, we thumped Egypt 5-0:

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I think my favorite part is that five different players scored goals, and four different players recorded assists. That would be the definition of a team effort. While I definitely have a preferred style of play, I will say that it's fun to take the personnel you have and develop a functioning tactic around them.

Here is Chandler's assist to Donovan:

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More good news, Bosnia defeated Uruguay so they will be my opponents in the quarterfinal:

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Obviously we got a better draw there, however if we can survive our semifinal opponent would be either France or England. But if you make it to the final four, the opposition is going to be stellar. The other side of the bracket is pretty stout as well, with Argentina, Spain, Italy, and Russia fighting out for the other final slot.

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How are you taking the screenshots? I use PrtScrn then Ctrl + V to paste into the GIMP window.

Yep like that

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Yep like that

Full screen or windowed mode for FM? That's about all I can think of. :p

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Full screen or windowed mode for FM? That's about all I can think of. :p

Full screen really weird

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Full screen really weird

I use windowed. Might try that.

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Couple of tips for screenshots: alt+print screen grabs the currently focused window only. The snipping tool (found in accessories in Windows 7 at least) lets you drag out a box to grab a section of screen and save it or copy it somewhere quickly.

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This is a great thread to follow - it makes me want to go and attempt a World Cup myself. I wouldn't be partaking in this thread though, as my knowledge of analysing the tactics is inferior to you guys.. Still, if I win I might share anyway

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This is a great thread to follow - it makes me want to go and attempt a World Cup myself. I wouldn't be partaking in this thread though, as my knowledge of analysing the tactics is inferior to you guys.. Still, if I win I might share anyway

It doesn't have to be a mass detailed analysis. Just a small mention of something you did or a relationship between 2 players on the pitch and their performances is good.

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I'm going to have pop at turning perennial underachievers Portugal into World Cup winners. Will post here when I have started it up

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Right little bit of background info before my 1st qualifying match

The group at the start

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Sitting 3 points ahead of Russia gives me that little bit of breathing space which hopefully I shouldn't need.

My fixtures

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With 3 very winnable games out of the 4 left and only the tricky trip to Russia which I am not 100% certain on winning.

My tactics

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I am going with my trusted 41221. There doesn't seem much quality in the striker positions but hopefully with the likes of Nani, Ronaldo, Quaresma and Danny behind it shouldn't be too much of a problem.

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Right little bit of background info before my 1st qualifying match

The group at the start

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Sitting 3 points ahead of Russia gives me that little bit of breathing space which hopefully I shouldn't need.

My fixtures

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With 3 very winnable games out of the 4 left and only the tricky trip to Russia which I am not 100% certain on winning.

My tactics

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I am going with my trusted 41221. There doesn't seem much quality in the striker positions but hopefully with the likes of Nani, Ronaldo, Quaresma and Danny behind it shouldn't be too much of a problem.

which strategy did you use in this tactic ? balance or fluid control or attack ?

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which strategy did you use in this tactic ? balance or fluid control or attack ?

I've got it set as balanced. Knew I had missed something off that screen shot :o

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I really hope not! We have some unfinished world cup saves from people that I would like to see finished!

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Just come across this thread and I think as no-one has given them a go i'm going to be The Oranje.

See if I can get some Total Football going.

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I still need to play my save out. Combination of busyness and scatter brained FM ideas keeping me from being 'productive'. :D

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Just come across this thread and I think as no-one has given them a go i'm going to be The Oranje.

See if I can get some Total Football going.

Excellent! I look forward to reading about this!

Brazil still haven't featured either, which surprises me enormously.

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I did finish, this is a busy week and I haven't had time to give the rest it's fair space. Hopefully by the end of the week I'll have it up.

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