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Tactics Advanced football 2.0


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So. This is my new tactic I've analysed countless tactics and player instructions and playing styles so let me explain.

I realised teamwork varies on the creative freedom 

Disciplined=more passing and slower build up play and wastes time

Expressive= leaves players on their own leaving them prone to tackles and losing possible 

So I had to go for Balanced with makes sure they're creative enough as a team 

As for the defensive side I had to go for a high intensity backline and front line 

I know you're probably wondering about the static midfield. They stay back to maintain defensive cover and maintain possession by bossing the midfield

Screenshot_20240421-073314.thumb.jpg.dc055c5f32504884275ba023adfda64c.jpgWith the inside forwards running in to form a 3 striker attack the wing backs cross the ball and allows the team to score by overloading the opponents defence 

And the attacking midfielder attempts shots from outside the penalty box while using his excellent passing ability to provide crucial assists and generate counter attacks 

 

 

 

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12 hours ago, Hurkoli said:

I've tried it on german 3. division with dresden. It works great.

Thank I tweaked the tactic 

To defensive line 

Balanced 

Creative freedom 

Balanced 

Tempo 

Balanced 

Width 

Balanced 

And added early crosses

My striker gets 53+ goals and I changed the pressing forward to A complete forward 

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