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Rob Aloha

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  1. So, you mean under-lapping runs? Your IF will push the ball up to the center (that's his role), holding the ball and as the defender IF he presses, which creates a gap behind the defender for your AP midfielder to attack the pocket... My thought process of an underlapping run is when your midfield passes the ball to your wide player, your AP will attack the space behind the defender if he press, (looks like pep guardiola's half space) which leaves a gap in the defense but because of your IF, both players are in 1 lane, which i think is a disaster as both players will have no room to operate. (Your AP will attack straight and your IF will intercept his lane, am i wrong?) Look for overlaps, i think, is when your IF pushes the ball to the center, which creates space for your Wingback to make an "overlapping" run, so he can cross the ball. If I'm wrong then ignore this comment.
  2. i didn't know that but my comment was specific to the idea of "misconduct", not the Easter egg that this post was all about. You said "An action that " could've led to a serious injury" would not result in a 90 day ban." I said that but i never said it could result in 90 days.
  3. misconduct could refer to as "violent misconduct" as when a player does something (an action) that could've been avoidable. Like a slide tackle that could've break a player's ankles. Anything action that "could've" led to a serious injury. Pure reckless and dangerous. Could've been a player jumping and elbow someone intentionally. You can imagine if you want
  4. When i said "copy and paste what you see" i mean what i said "WHAT YOU SEE" To clarify: GO to your fm mobile game. Once you're in the game, LOAD your "save" that you want to use this tactic. Once your game is loaded, Go to your tactics page. You should know where your tactics page is at. (If you see your club's logo, click on it and you should see a black logo called "tactics"... that's your tactics page) Once you're on the tactics page, proceed to copy and paste what you SEE on the image. To help you even further, there should be a tab called "actions". Click on that and click the one that says "save tactic" to save the tactics that you're currently using. Once you done that, click "clear selection" That will erase your tactics and then proceed to copy and paste what you see. I think i already helped enough. I don't think my comment needs to be more specific and clearer instructions
  5. it works. Amazing job. If i won the lottery and proceed to put all that into investments and make more money, 100% i would donate to this site and fm site
  6. I'm confused. i downloaded the pack. I extracted it. The "extracted" folders from the pack, do i rename it to "Logos" and THEN create a new folder from the desktop called "Pictures" and move the "Logos" folder into the "Pictures" folder and proceed to do the itunes step?
  7. i had a similar idea with this but instead of wide wbs in the left and right dm spot, i drop back the wbs to the actual fb spot to make it a REAL 5 at the back. Also making the middle cb a libero to act as dm. I haven't tried it yet but i will try it on an English lower league club like Tonbridge Angels FC in Vanarama South League.
  8. You can save your tactics. Go to your tactics page and there should be a button that says "action" at the bottom. Click on it and you can save it.
  9. just copy and paste what you see. not that hard
  10. How active are you, assuming that you would look to ppl's tactics and then decide if you want them to be put in this post because its good enough?
  11. 20 minutes to put together a post? And how many screenshots did you take and then to upload them to your post that you're "putting together" that makes a total of 20 minutes? So, If i plop down a 1 MINUTE video that it takes me "1 minute" to record my screen and then "put together" a post, would you assume that it would take me 25 minutes? Not saying that's what you're assuming.
  12. So at least 5 seconds to find what you're looking for aka "flicking through a video" is a pain? You can just pause and then "flick" OR do what most YouTubers and ppl in the youtube comments done: Timestamp or is timestamp a pain too?
  13. not gonna be rude but your comment is insulting and over dramatic with the whole "id be impressed if you find 3 ppl who likes video format." Not complaining of a text/screenshots, just tedious. Not complaining that 99% of the tactics posted are screenshots/texts. Not trying to defend and say i would prefer video format the whole point of my comment is not about ppl who would "like" video format. The point is me making a comment asking a simple question. You know, the similarities and differences. You know, can a video format or "GIF" do the same job of Delivering the tactics/your choice of team in a chosen league and showing the wins, lose, draws and league table/your team's stats (goals/assists), etc. like the screenshots? Or can it not?
  14. i think you misunderstood my comment. Main EXAMPLE: I never said it takes 5 seconds to make a 1 minute video. I DO NOT KNOW where you get that from. I just said it take 5 seconds to "find what you're looking for IN THE VIDEO. You know, takes 5 seconds to skim thru the video to find the league table or skim thru the video to find the tactics." Did i not say that? I was clear on that. your #1 and 2 point: What you just said can apply in a video format. There's really no drawbacks. Is pause button not exist? Can you not skip thru the video? Since we're on mobile, can you not use your finger and use the lines in the video and hold and slowing slide right? If i pause the video, same thing, it takes seconds to "read" like you just said. Is timestamp not allowed? your #3 point: FMM for a video format is "boring" is subjective, depends on the person suit of interest. Also, gifs are the same as video. A 1 minute video can be a gif. A gif is a video or image that repeat itself over and over. So is the video. Press play and once the video is over, press play again. Samething your #4 point: i do not believe you. How much data/battery drain to screenshot vs a 1 minute screen record video? Again, it takes 1 minute to record a 1 minute video and then create a post with timestamps and all that and all those paragraphs/sentences to explain your tactics and all that so how long is to screenshot 10+ images and manually upload them to create your post and type up paragraphs about your tactics and team and all that? "You'd have to jump around the video to find the bits you want" Is that hard? Is that time wasting as suppose to a long post of 10+ screenshots? Either one of them, both can
  15. So, you create a post, let's say to upload and share your tactics. How long did it take for you to screenshot the tactics, league table, stat table (player's goals, assists) and your club's resulted fixtures (all the resulted matches) AND create a post like this and click "submit topic". Once you have your answer, I want to give you a scenario. Let's say i record the tactics, fixtures, stat table and league table. It would take me around 1 min and the recorded video is 1 minute long. and i create a post like this and upload the video here in this post. together i think its under 2 min. The post will be small as suppose to the screenshots where the post is too long. so i create a post in just 2 min using the video format. SO how long did it take for you to screenshot everything and create a post and upload these screenshots? So, the QUESTION is: would you rather choose the video format, time saving and very easy to find everything in the video and it REALLY takes mere 5 seconds, not even time consuming to find (don't be over dramatic) and a clean short post or the screenshot method?