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deanh210

Help with italy

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I started a new game with italy and wasnt sure who to play left-mid.

There are a lot of good players i just dont know who to play

I posted this on the tactics forums but no one replied

all comments appreciated, thanks.

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depends on what your formation is.

you can play de rossi as central midfielder with side arrow to the left, so you can include all three italian star-midfielders (de rossi, pirlo, gattuso). this gives you stability in the defense.

if you want to have an offensive left-winger, then you could play cassano (who is rather a second striker and more central), del piero (the same, and further too slow) or quagliarella (also rather striker).

there's unfortunately no fitting solution for this positon. in real life it would be di natale, who is at the moment the best italian player of all, but in the game he is seriously underpowered, because of his two-footedness, which takes points away from his other attributes. so he never becomes that great in FM 08.

Hope I could help you

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i was going to play a 4-4-2 but i kight trya a 4-1-2-1-2 diamond .. but i cant try it t make sure thats good as i have france for my next match

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i you are insistent on playing a left winger, i would recommend quagiarella,d'agostino,rosina or semioli. They may not be experienced but they will not let you done- look into them

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