Good day y'all,
I'll go straight to the point ....this tactics is very crazy ....with a weird skeletal structure but don't fret it's actually a demonic set up covering every facet of the pitch....let's dive in now shall we?
sweeper Keeper: He plays out from the back ....most times rolling it to the bpd who ventures forward or split the midfield and defense with a pass.... expect occasional defense splitting pass to your wingers from your sweeper keeper...he also mops out any loose balls from deep since you'll be playing a high line....kicking throwing and pace is a must as well as decision at least 15
BPD: the second starting point of attack ....needs to be well rounded ability wise to avoid errors...such as dwelling on the ball for long....or innacurate pass...just think Van dijk.... tackling...passing... dribbling...pace .... decision and creativity needed at least 15
If you notice there's a awful lot of space in front of him ...to allow him roam and do his thing
CD: he's the warrior in the team he clears out any danger....and complement the bpd ....the danger of having 2 bpd is quite big...as they could leave your defense prone to errors....always think balance when creating a tactic....if you'll also notice a dlp who will drop deep is directly in front of him limiting him (the CD) to doing his job alone
IWB: this tactics success relies heavily on this role....they are the one who confuse the opponent....they are my best role in fmm simply because they are machines....they offer 3 important role in the team....
**Defending...basic responsibility they will track any wingers or inside forward
***Width ...they will go outside of your wingers providing extra width ...or stay just behind...performing a rebound cross if the winger cross is blocked
**** Crowd the midfield... this comes with a condition they must have a free path to the Midfield....as you can see my left IWB is blocked by my dlp ...in this case he most times wouldn't stay in midfield but rather look to provide extra width on the left hand side...whilst the dlp do damage
The right IWB tho has a free path all the way to the AM ...he then moves to midfield providing extra passing lanes ...and supporting the lone dlp and can push up as far as quick one two with the AM or shooting from distance ....he also provides width as well
DLP: offers protection when IWB's go venturing forward as well as performing the Jorginho role ...provide passing lanes ....dictate tempo...switch the ball to flanks and picking out the extra run from over lapping IWB from deep....
AM: he drop deep most times just a lil ahead of the DLP acting as pivot in the AMC role everything goes thru him in the final third...
W: the wingers must have good teamwork and crossing ....cos most of your goals will be crossing ....they pull out opposing full backs cos of their tendency to hug the touch line this gives the AM room to run to...as well as the DLP whose path isn't blocked by the AM.... you will often see your dlp in the am role due to the space in the middle and vice versa (i.e am in dlp role) they have this space thanks to the overloading of touchline by W And IWB
T: things get interesting here ....the trequartista also drop deep into the lil space accomplished by shifting the am to the right.....dropping deep means the wingers can pick him out with a quick one-two and suddenly the wingers are in the box...this create chain of reaction...with the IWB lurking on the wings assuming the wingers role now ...series of cross and rebounded cross will bombard the 6 yard box with the AM waiting to pounce as well....
Also expect lot of assist from him to the poacher he is the focal point in the 6 yard box
P: his job is to score ....aerial is a must
This tactics is superb because it's roles complement each other ..every space and adjustment is intentional for a particular reason .....and as well as crossing and scoring there's a wild card in passing thru the middle and tiki taka-ing your way into the box ...the team instructions made sure of that ...lot of option ...lot of scoring path ways ...will update with more info later