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i saw may tactic set like this :

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& i have a question,any difference if i pick "closing down full par" + "get stuck in" + "use tight marking"

&

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i mean any difference ??

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First off, no one can tell what it is you have there- it all in Chinese (Japanese? No offense meant by the way, just don't know) and secondly, it looks like every option is selected, including positions. What have you done? :D

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This shud be OI set up. As he said the difference between "closing down more" , "mark tighter", "get stuck in"

"get stuck in" - highest tackle strength, tackle like Roy Keane :eek:

the other two quite obvious....

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This shud be OI set up. As he said the difference between "closing down more" , "mark tighter", "get stuck in"

"get stuck in" - highest tackle strength, tackle like Roy Keane :eek:

the other two quite obvious....

no,i mean any difference between :

if i pick Team instructions: "closing down more full par" , "mark tighter", "get stuck in" all on.

&

OI set up all on...

OI is all about "closing down more" , "mark tighter", "get stuck in" too

is there OI all on = Team instructions "closing down more" , "mark tighter", "get stuck in" all on ??

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I understand what he is asking- so if you have your team set at the highest closing down, marking, tackling settings, is there any point to the opposition instructions that do the same? Okay, I would say yes. Someone can correct me if I am wrong here, but FM your team is playing a zone defense system. If you select an specific opponent to target, this will make sure that he gets extra attention wherever he is on the pitch, regardless of how the zone defense is operating.

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