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Hey all, I've recently found myself with several quality strikers, so I decided to make a tactic suited to a two striker formation. The tactic and player roles is shown in the screenshots below.

Player instructions are as such:

Advanced Striker (Right):

- Take more risks 

- Dribble more

- Shoot more often

Pressing Forward Support (Left)

- Move into channels

Inside Forward Attack (Left)

- Cross aim centre

- Shoot more often

- Sit narrower

Winger Attack (Right)

- Cross aim centre

- Shoot more often

Ball Winning Midfielder Defend (Left)

- Standard instructions for role

Deep Lying Playmaker Support (Right)

- More direct passes

Wing Back Automatic (Left and Right)

- Cross more often

- Cross from byline

- Cross aim centre

- Shoot less often

Central Defender Defend (Left and Right)

- Standard instructions for role

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2 minutes ago, Urbiscuit18 said:

Wow that’s a lot of instructions. How is it performing?

Only used it for one game so far, created possibly the most chances I've ever seen however it was pretty open defensively (of course my strikers missed every chance that was handed to them!)

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9 hours ago, Manicbruv said:

@Urbiscuit18Would you have any tips for improving it?

 

If it was me, I’d start with no instructions and watch a game in comprehensive highlights and tweak from there. What type of style are you aiming for here?

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@Urbiscuit18 Honestly, I'm not to sure what style to choose. Although I'd like for it to be that the defenders/BWM win the ball and give it to the DPL who then sprays it out to the wings, who then cross it to the forwards. Additionally, the pressing forward pressures the opposition, winning the ball and passing it to the advanced forward. But I'll try with no instructions and see how it goes. 

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I think the issue with this tactic (just in my opinion) is youre trying to micro manage your team a little too much, and youll probably end up easier to defend against because you want your players to make the same movements all the time.

 

I think id take some instructions away, and see how performances change. add in an instruction or two mostly for specific situations or opponents.

 

Thats my view, but good luck with the tactic

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21 hours ago, Manicbruv said:

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Good tactics are usually quite simple. There is absolutely no need to use so many instructions. Sometimes you can even play without a single instruction, provided you set up roles and duties in a sensible, logical and balanced manner.

If you want to use the 424 (btw, not sure it's the best idea when you are tactically inexperienced), then this is a simple setup you can start with:

DLFsu    PFat

Wat                                   IWsu

CMsu   DLPde

 

FBsu    CDde   CDde    WBsu

SKsu

Start with the Balanced mentality and no instructions at all (both team and individual). Play, watch the match carefully and make small gradual tweaks (one at a time), but only if really necessary. Don't add instructions just for the sake of using them.

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