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Robbie Hanson

Tactics 5-3-2 Wing-Back Attacking Formation

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Hi guys, thank you for checking out my 5-3-2 formation guide. I played with Sheffield United for 4 years (in game) and was relatively successful. Won FA Cup 1st Season, won Premier League 2nd Season and Community Shield 3rd Season. Qualified for Europe 4 times. Been having up and down seasons but doing relatively well.

It is mainly a play on the Wing formation where the Wing-backs get forward for crosses. I would say you need good crossing ability, passing, shooting and pace (pace on Wing-Backs and Strikers). You can also play 5-1-2-2 which is the defensive version of 5-3-2. If you move your MIDDLE midfielder and put him as BWM just like you do with normal 5-3-2 you should be fine.

Currently testing out with lower league teams

Test it out and let me know what you think.









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A lot of the instructions you have contradict each other and I’d change one of the AP for an RPM. High line but sit back; doesn’t really make sense. 

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