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Tactics Franky's SLICK Tactic - 94% win rate 😳


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10 hours ago, panjalakuruchi said:

Hi Frank.. if i use liverpool should i use control or attacking then? Version 1 or version 2

Hi....... Control all the way (version 2).

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On 23/02/2024 at 12:44, bcfclee27 said:

Have you tweaked the set pieces mate, if so can you screenshot them as unable to download on this phone.

thanks

No, set pieces are the same as before....... all in the screenshots posted on the first page.

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Hi guys,

Thanks for this amazing tactic! So far the best I used on FMM24. 

By any chance, did someone already tried it on the 15.2.0 version of the game? If yes, do you have the same results? 

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This tactic is absolutely brilliant, brought enjoyment back to the game for me.

Playing as Roma won everything in first 2 seasons, and I think one of my best ever league campaigns. 

Retraining DMs to be IWB, and retraining wingers and AM to be BBM and RP added a further level of intrigue. 

Although the more traditional midfield 3 of Pellegrini as RP, Koopmeiners as left BBM and Casedei as right BBM are tearing it up. 

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So after the 15.2 update, I decided to go back to this tactic to see how it would hold up. Originally had won the quadruple with Man United with a win rate of 94% so started a new game with United for comparison. This time around, sent a few players out on loan for the whole season to get buffed up (Hoijlund, Greenwood, Mainoo, Diallo, Andre) so they played less than 5 games each, leaving me with a squad that required plenty of rotation. Anyway, again won the quadruple in the first season, albeit the win rate dropped to 84%. As a comparison, I could only win the league but none of the cup competitions using my Relentless tactic with this exact same team so if I continue playing, it will be with this tactic as the pass and move triangles through the centre that cut open opposition defences are just so satisfying to watch.

I used control mentality all the way through with the game management strategy being to use time wasting at some point in the second half (usually around the 70 minute mark) in order to hold onto single goal leads.

A tip for anyone starting a new game in the top flight....... get Serhou Guirassy as your first signing (he has a release clause of £17m at the beginning of the game). The guy is an absolute beast of a striker and the reason I let Hoijlund go out on loan.

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Hey mate, 

Did you try this tactic in lower leagues?

I'm looking for tactic that will work in campaign of Wrexham to Premiere League challenge. Players in third league are quite unskilled and some tactics are not suited for this

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1 hour ago, Disque said:

Hey mate, 

Did you try this tactic in lower leagues?

I'm looking for tactic that will work in campaign of Wrexham to Premiere League challenge. Players in third league are quite unskilled and some tactics are not suited for this

I've not but it should be okay as the tempo is normal, whereas quick tempo tactics can be more difficult to execute well with lower league players. Also, the inverted wing backs aren't bombing up and down the flanks so don't get gassed half way through the second half like regular wing backs do. I'd say the only thing to look out for is the players not responding well to high pressing due to poor stamina or work rate so if you get several players complaining about that (dislikes the intense work rate that his team mates expect) then maybe change 'closing down' from all over to own half......... let us know how you get on.

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21 hours ago, Lisandro Resburgo said:

What type of tactical style do you use tiki taka, intensive pressure or vertical tiki taka?

 

You know what, I don't even know because it's totally irrelevant in my opinion but had a look and it's control possession.

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On 16/03/2024 at 02:17, thebraid said:

This tactic is absolutely brilliant, brought enjoyment back to the game for me.

Playing as Roma won everything in first 2 seasons, and I think one of my best ever league campaigns. 

Retraining DMs to be IWB, and retraining wingers and AM to be BBM and RP added a further level of intrigue. 

Although the more traditional midfield 3 of Pellegrini as RP, Koopmeiners as left BBM and Casedei as right BBM are tearing it up. 

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Is this on the latest version? 

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I'm coming back with feedback about the lower leagues results. 

I played first season with Wrexham and won a league with almost non transfers. I sold a lot of useless players and loaned out a whole second squad. I used the tactic as a plug and play with control mentality. When i was losing massively in first half I used to change the mentality to attack. 

The only thing that bothered me a little was amount of draws.

As we can see midfielders are doing really well same as the striker, but the invented wingbacks are not providing almost any assists or goals. Did you think about changing the IWB to WB?

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4 hours ago, Disque said:

I'm coming back with feedback about the lower leagues results. 

I played first season with Wrexham and won a league with almost non transfers. I sold a lot of useless players and loaned out a whole second squad. I used the tactic as a plug and play with control mentality. When i was losing massively in first half I used to change the mentality to attack. 

The only thing that bothered me a little was amount of draws.

As we can see midfielders are doing really well same as the striker, but the invented wingbacks are not providing almost any assists or goals. Did you think about changing the IWB to WB?

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I wouldn't worry about the lack of assists from the inverted wing backs as that's not their role within this tactic. From an attacking perspective, their role is simply to help create passing triangles within central areas and feed the RPM and the IFs, that's it. If you use them as regular wing backs, the whole dynamic of the tactic will change from central pass and move plays to wide plays.

If you want to try wide play, you can set them to WBs and see how it goes but my advice on that is to only use WBs in matches you expect to win. Against superior opposition, better to use FBs because WBs can be a defensive liability as your flanks will be exposed on the counter. I have another tactic (link below) called RELENTLESS that has wide play if you're interested. It is just as effective as this one, especially if you have decent full backs........ let us know how you get on.

 

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So far so good with this tactic with Barca but I’ve noticed most goals are scored in the first half and second half major drop of  and no goals being scored. But other than that 👏 

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hey i wanted to confirm, this is for FMM24 right? I got the same error as Agamer6001 (unable to import the tactic). 

 

When i tried to replicate it using the screenshots, preliminary tests were not very successful (unable to beat Nottm Forest in 5 tries as Man Utd). Feel like i could be replicating something wrongly somehow so wanted to load the tactic directly from the file but was unable to do so. 

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Bro one thing that i couldn't find an answer. In most cases when you play IF then left winger should be right footed  and right winger with left foot. It gives them opportunity to cross to the inside and shoot like Robben did. 

 

Second thing is the training of positions. Should we train the players for the roles in tactic or should we train them differently? F.e. I see that if i train my strikers for PF they are not scoring much.

 

What is your opinion on those two points.

Thanks

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18 hours ago, Disque said:

Bro one thing that i couldn't find an answer. In most cases when you play IF then left winger should be right footed  and right winger with left foot. It gives them opportunity to cross to the inside and shoot like Robben did. 

 

Second thing is the training of positions. Should we train the players for the roles in tactic or should we train them differently? F.e. I see that if i train my strikers for PF they are not scoring much.

 

What is your opinion on those two points.

Thanks

The IFs should be inverted foot so right footer on the left and left footer on the right. However, if a player has good pace, dribbling and crossing then a left footer on the left and right footer on the right works just as well.

As for the PF, I train my strikers for this role and have never had any problems with them not scoring. All of my PFs have actually been quite prolific.

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On 28/03/2024 at 16:27, afcanick said:

Is this your tactic ?

Yes it is but I have no idea who uploaded it to YouTube 🤷🤷🤷

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hi franky, for your man united playthrough, is the only player you bought Guirassy? who did you play at the various positions? it's been a struggle for me the first man u season with this tactic so i am really curious

i didn't get guirassy (wanted a "pure" playthrough) but i'm wondering how dependent the tactic is on a really good striker

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1 hour ago, neutralstate said:

hi franky, for your man united playthrough, is the only player you bought Guirassy? who did you play at the various positions? it's been a struggle for me the first man u season with this tactic so i am really curious

i didn't get guirassy (wanted a "pure" playthrough) but i'm wondering how dependent the tactic is on a really good striker

Hi. Rashford and Hoijlund are also very good in the striker role. Any decent striker will do so not really a highly specialised role.

If you're gonna play without any transfers, squad depth is gonna be a problem....... that might be why it's a struggle.

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On 06/05/2024 at 13:21, neutralstate said:

thanks man. who did you pick for the DLP? Casemiro? or someone else you signed.

Casemiro and McTominay. Both are very good as RPMs, especially Casemiro who smashes 30 yarders in regularly. This game is so unrealistic as I've only ever seen him smash in one long shot in real life and that was in the CL final against Juve seven years ago.

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UPDATE........ I've abandoned my other tactics and would recommend this one to anyone looking for a killer tactic. The last update has rendered the others less effective but increased the effectiveness of this one...... happy days!! 😊

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