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  1. Hello guys this is my first time posting on fmvibe Please excuse my grammar On my quest to find a lone striker tactics with a perfect holding Midfield (DLP) that works in every league I've come to a close breakthrough This isn't a plug and play tactics read through everything i write so you understand the tactics if you want to use it INTRO I will be explaining to you guys how and what I do that works for me and am open to your opinions also. Personally I don't like conceding goals and I am aslo the possession type manager (BARCELONA) am in my second season with Barcelona Team stats Player stats Tactics Am going to be talking about why each position was chosen and players i go for in each position Then I'll go in further how the tactics work in match engine Sorry for the long writing but I just feel some type of joy doing this 😊 GK I use the sweeper keeper i look for a good keeper with good technique as I look to build up play from the back...a keeper that is comfortable on the ball is needed. CB As u can see I use both a Bpd and Cd I use defenders that is comfortable on the ball for both my Bpd and Cd good technique is required, positioning,passing,speed,aerial for me I will take a defender with 16 passing, 13 tackling, 17positioning, 15 aerial, over a defender with 13 passing, 17tackling, 16 positioning, 15 aerial as I've come to find out positioning is more important than tackling the higher the positioning and passing the better for me. RB/LB I think of them as wide defenders and at the same time supporting wingers i don't know if that makes any sense 😂. So pace, crossing, passing, positioning and always look for that technique very important CMF here is the heart beat of the team if the Midfield is not working then nothing works F.dejong got 11 assists in 27 games from the DLP position some will ask why I use a DLP Well in the Midfield two I use a Bbm and Dlp here is why the dlp then to stay deep he recycles ♻️ the ball in the Midfield i can say the player in the dlp position is the most important, after using the black hawk tactic and watching match highlights i found out the Rpm left a hole in the Midfield when in possession so I decided to go with a Dlp so he fills that hole when creating my own tactic. Pf Crossing, dribbling, teamwork, creativity, Wingers In advanced position in the build up they then to stretch the defense when the Width is set to wide they move wide most time in narrow width but when in the final third they drift inside ST I go with shooting, aerial, movement,speed, -teamwork. Sometimes I feel like speed don't matter 😕 CF is the ideal striker to have I've tried.... P, Pf, Af, but Cf stands out for me I would love to get feedbacks from anyone that uses this tactic thanks
  2. Sorry about my language🙏🏻 i try to find best tactic for inside forward and a lot of goals and trophy winning This tactic work for me... Can change POACHER to PRESSING FORWARD or COMPLETE FORWARD im only sign victor eletu (amazing talent) 18.5M and sold tsimikas 35M share your comments.
  3. Now, Whats Up welcome to my 2nd tactic created by myself. This time i wanted to cut off the shortages of Counter Attack tactics as i like the philosophy of Counter Attack. This tactic can either work absolutely wonders [ Spoiler Alert: it did. Weghorst scored a lot of goals and I'm not even at the end of the season 💀💀💀] So but wait before i give the tactics [ Disclaimer: My Season isn't finished but I'll win the Treble at 2 seasons or 1 season max as it takes time to fully activate it's true potential, my friend tested it out and said he won the treble at 2 seasons and lost the UCL Final 2-1 at the last minute in his previous season or season 1 not season 2] This tactic was very fun to create and work with. I'll be detailing it's Weaknesses and Strength. Firstly... Strenghts- 1. Very Fluid and Satisfying to score a goal. 2. If u got good heading striker with wingers with good crossing ur gonna score a lot of goals. I recommend for striker using Weghorst. 3. I defeated the Holy Man City with Haaland with this tactic. Weakness-1. it requires a very good Backline so if ur in small clubs i don't recommend u use this tactic. 2. Often u can draw alot of games cuz If ur Opposition's On a Very Defensive Line and not very High Like Liverpool but it can still break the defensive line if done perfectly. 3. It's alot harder against Possession Oriented Opponents like Man City as they do quick passes but i still defeated them due to weghorst's insane header goal but it's also a trap for city which they fell on. I purposely made them get more possession and just go more defensive with Commited Fouls. Ex. De Bruyne has the ball and suddenly gets tackled by my defender and quickly starts carrying the ball and passes to the Midfielder the midfielder passes to the second midfielder with him, the second midfielder carries the ball and passes to winger and it depends on the winger if he crosses and passes to the striker or midfield, if he passes to midfield then the Midfielder will shoot. If he crosses depend on the striker if he has good heading ability. This is how this counter attack usually works. Here's the tactics- Alright, i hope the tactic works for you guys.
  4. This innovative tactic took a lot of trial and error to perfect and I’m happy to share it as my 1st on fmmvibe! *Tactic is tried and tested to work on various teams* For returning viewers: Refer to 4. Set Pieces. This should solve most issues. Thanks for all the support! 1. Tactical Philosophy: I developed this tactic with the aim of maximising offensive production (possession+shots) without compromising defensive solidarity. Here’s how I did it: 2. Positional Requirements: Defence: The CBs should either be all CD or all NCB (trust me lmao). I used CDs in the Championship but find NCBs to be much more effective in the PL/higher competition. Another VERY IMPORTANT requirement is to turn on man-marking for all 3 CBs. Midfield: the triangle midfield is what provides control within this tactic. I exclusively use AP in the no 10. For the pivot, I favour two CMs but any combination of CM, BBM, BWM and DLP should be fine. Attack: the four up top cause havoc when pressing the opposition build up and create overloads in attack. The amount of goals I get from forcing mistakes and turnovers is crazy. I exclusively use IFs out wide and Ps as the strikers. 3. Tactical Requirements: Shape: Overloading supports my philosophy to attack with urgency at all times. Narrow width keeps the team compact and less susceptible to counter attacks. I find playing at a faster tempo ensures the team plays direct and gets the ball to the front four quickly. Disciplined mentality ensures the players stick to my instructions. Defense: The high-line helps pin opponents in their half. 3-2-1-4 may sound very defensively unstable, but the front four when pressing really disrupts the opponent build up, specifically against back three systems. I’ve set pressing to all over and it works a charm with the 3-2-1-4 shape. Attack: I’ve selected the shoot on sight tactic as I prefer quantity over quality in attack. I set passing to short to maximise ball retention and maintain shape. I attack down the centre to ensure that if a move breaks apart, the ball will be in a congested area rather than out wide where the 3-2-1-4 is vulnerable. I set the GK distribution long to get the ball into attacking zones as quickly as possible and keep the game in the opponents half. 4. Set Pieces: *Depicted instructions are to be horizontally reflected to opposite zone (left to right)* Over the course of using this tactic, I've constantly changed my set piece instructions. This is why I omitted this from my initial post. Described below is my latest set-up and I encourage everyone to understand the general concepts, be creative and alter as they wish. Attack: The main principle here is to be conservative. Always leave at least two CBs back. This eliminates most risk of counter-attacks. Keep all positions as 'none' in every attacking zone (except corners and the deepest attacking zones). This helps shape retention. Across the deepest attacking zones (just above half-way line), instruct the strikers to get forward and everyone else 'none'. This keeps the opposition stretched vertically and their defensive line deep. Defence: Again, I prefer to take a conservative approach. Keep at least one striker as an outlet to initiate counters and have the wingers on both left and right posts on corners and near free kicks. In line with my aim of keeping the opposition vertically stretched, in the most advanced defensive zones (just under half-way line) instruct the forwards to get forward. Follow all other instructions as depicted below. Here’s the tactic in action, most notably, when I battered Real Madrid 8-0: RPReplay_Final1718808961.mov Examples of patterns of play and pressing: RPReplay_Final1720178180.mov Results from my last season:
  5. Early doors for this tactic. Reimagined from the previous version of Fmm. So far it looks good. Haven't tested with anyone else. Feel free to try it out and any feedback would be appreciated
  6. After watching a few clips of some amateur matches in the state I live in (Lagos,Nigeria) I was able to emulate and mix some of the style of play and I drew up this tactic. Tactics: I first used this midfield combination including the right wing back and an inverted wing back to form the infamous box midfield the box to box midfielder moves higher up the pitch to create space for the inverted wing back and the anchor forms a midfield partnership I had to move garnacho to the right wing to provide assists as an advanced forward due to rashford occupying the left wing Garnacho excelled as a left wing winger last season due to rashford's injury League success and cup runs: I won the league but I lost the champions league final to mancity The stats: I have 3 main strikers ( Tel, Hojlund and van duiven) Xavi Simon's played 46 matches as an anchor and still found ways to assist Thuram and the right back controlled the midfield with dominating displays Garnacho stats if you notice the shift in garnacho's goal to assist ratio in the previous season and this one This is because of the change from LW(IF) to RW(AF) Lagos Tactics .tac
  7. Hello everyone! I want to show you an attacking 4123 which won me the Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund. Then decided to test it in the EPL and got me an invincible season with Spurs wining the prem with 100 pts, my strikers getting over 30+ G/A, also Maddison got 33 G/A from the AM position, a lot of them coming from set pieces. I will show you below the results and will let a link to download the tactic with all the corners tactic. fm_tactic1.tac
  8. DanEnglish’s Attacking 4213 / 4231 Here is my favourite attacking tactic - due to popular request - used in FMM23, as the match engine is pretty much the same in FMM24. The Tactic Here is the 4213 tactic: a back 4, with a central midfield 3, and a front 3 … showcased by my 2026 World Cup winners 🏆 It’s suitable for ‘good to great’ teams - edit - now with added details / explanations about 'WHY' The Tweaks I make three sets of standard tactical ‘tweaks’ - depending on my team + the opposition tactic + the score line. *New* Tactical Variants This tactic is NOT designed as 100% plug and play. Actually - this attacking 4213 is my default tactic - BUT there are 5 variants which I rotate between - depending on the opposition’s tactic + match situation. *New* The Players As requested - this spoiler contains the ‘role options’ / ‘attributes needed’ for each position. The Teams This has been successfully tested across multiple FMM23 careers … … with the 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 England national team, the 🇺🇸 USA’s MLS, the 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 English Championship, the 🇪🇸 Spanish 2nd Division, the 🇦🇷 Argentinian league, and the 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 English non-leagues … see spoiler for (a LOT) of detail 🙂 … Similar Tactics You’ll notice this has similarities with sone other tactics: Summary This attacking 4213 - with its standard tweaks - was a high performing tactic for me in FMM23 across many leagues - both with elite and lower league clubs. I would recommend it for ‘good to great’ teams: Thoughts? 🙂
  9. I like to put a narrative behind my saves and as a big Bielsa fan I wanted to do my tribute to him in FMM this year. I looked at former players of his who didn't manage anyone. Batistuta stood out as someone who had spoke highly of him after playing for him under Argentina so I decided to become Batistuta. After looking him up online he is currently living in Perth Australia. So that's where I begun. This style is pretty true to how Bielsa sets up his teams, the placement of players in the tactical setup is to ensure the play the right way in the match engine. Attacking, pressing high and using lots of width and overlaps with a deep lying pivot midfielder and two high wide wingers cutting in. I put a Batistuta stamp on it with the complete forward up top and it works really well. I never expected it to work so well or be so fun to watch in the engine it was just a tactic for the story I created. This has become my favourite tactic since the winter update, my Perth team ran away with the league and I didn't have the best side in the division by any means, the game I lost was coz I hit the wrong button on my team talk and screwed it up. I moved to Italy to Udinese who finished my 14th the season before. I bought players to fit the system but Id say I have a mid table squad and I'm currently topping the division. So I think my win percentage is pretty impressive. It plays so nice to watch in the match engine and really does work a lot like a Bielsa tactic. You will create high percentage chances through stretching the opposition. A complete forward with decent heading is necessary and wing backs with high stamina. Inside Forwards should ideally be on the opposite side to their favoured foot and the tactic takes 5 or 6 games to bed in so give it time. Let me know how you get on.
  10. PinuccioMou.tac 👆 DOWNLOAD TACTIC Hello managers, I want to propose Mourinho's tactics from his time at Inter. Why propose it after many edits of Mourinho's tactics? Because basically we've all made mistakes in past releases. We take him defensive, and we have associated a defensive tactic, perhaps because we all remember that Barcelona-Inter which remained in history, played by parking the bus because it lacked a couple of important players and with players line up not in top physical form. In reality, yesterday I saw an old Inter-Milan match and I came to the following conclusions: 1) Great aggression from midfield down. 2) Very fast restarts. 3) Short passes without ever taking risks 4) Quick insertions 5) Close man markings when not in possession of the ball. The strong point of Mourinho's Inter was Maicon, an extraordinary player who dominated the entire right wing. The game develops mainly on the right with insertions of Eto'o and Maicon. Milito's work in attack is not as a man in the penalty area, but as a complete striker capable of finishing but also making many assists. Sneijder, the attacking midfielder, was actually a deeper midfielder who participated in the game and did not have the role of playing too close to the center forward. The defense was high but the pressing started in the midfield with density behind the ball line. See you soon for tactics.....
  11. Brazil 2002 Tactic (3-4-1-2) Here’s my first attempt at a tactic, inspired by Brazil in the 2002 World Cup. I’ve tested this with Fulham for five seasons – half of those using a 3-4-2-1 and the other half using a 3-4-1-2. And it is the 3-4-1-2 which saw the best results, hence the title. The Tactic Tactic in Action Results
  12. EDIT, END OF SEASON 1, 2 AND 3 RESULTS IN COMMENTS I believe after months of tinkering I've finally found the best tactic for lower league/non-league sides. It is an amalgamation of many tactics I've tested (for example the midfield 3 is taken from the blackhawk) Half way through a save with Rushall Olympic (the worst team in the conference north, they almost always finish close to bottom 3) and I'm really enjoying it. As you can see the editor is turned off and no rich benefactor is on as I haven't even unlocked that still. You'll also notice the few players I signed are not super stars but they are solid for this level. Mostly loans and a few freebies I picked up from championship/league1 reserve teams. The instructions you see in the pictures are the standard instructions, however I change mentality to balanced and back line to balanced if I'm against a strong side or a side with 3 up front. (Against Peterborough in the cup I went to counter and balanced back line and got hammered but managed to scrape through. Not expectingmuch against Crystal Palace in the next round) Defensively it's really strong when my 1st choice back 4 is available which unfortunately has been only 1 in 3/4 games due to injuries/suspensions. Offensively it's a monster tactic. There was an 8-0 win in there but my phone died on the 85th minute. (Won 3-0 2nd time round) Will post updates at end of season and after that will try it with a stronger team to see how it works with better players. If you want a screenshot of any other page then let me know
  13. WIP Just long passing, dribbling, crossing and heading. 1-6 points ahead of the second team, first at Ehime: no new players, JL3 victory. 2nd at JL2: currently at 3rd with 3 wins and 2 draws. Although I still have time to test this strategy, so far it has worked for me. Particularly considering that the club that was recently promoted is competing at JL2. Edit1: testing at Asan, 3rd ss at KL1, competing for 1st place, try deep line and all over, instead of playing 42121, i want midfield to be more active and can drew foul at the opponent field to prevent counter so i change to 41221 with 2 B2B with Anchor at the deepest of midfielder => result: after 35 match, i reach 1st place for the first time, win agaisnt rival and push them down to 2nd place
  14. With this tactic, your defence is be very strong and your attacker players is will be dangerous🥶
  15. 4-2-3-1 offensive formation used for my Sunderland, scored more than 100 goals and won the championship 100+ points. Had to sell the best players , Clarke and Roberts on January transfer window, manage to replace Roberts with the well known Bardghy and Clarke with the central mid Ba. Let me know if you want some more info! Matteo
  16. Hey guys! I hadn't planned on playing the new version of FM because of Netflix, but I received some requests to see what I could do in this version of the game so I decided to test my old The Black Hawk in this edition. Now, anyone who followed the tactic thread of 2023 version, the various save tests and tweaks I made, must remember what I'm looking for with this tactic. For those who haven't followed, in short this is a control tactic (I'm a control freak) designed to maintain possession of the ball for as long as possible, involving the entire team in the offensive process and pushing the opponent into their own area in such a way that they cannot even attack - even if they recover the ball, they will be so far from our goalkeeper that they will not be able to create any danger. I'm not going to lie, the tactic has a serious problem just as it did last year: defensively, the team is not solid when we don't have the ball. The entire success of the tactic is based on having the ball to prevent the opponent from creating danger. Or, as a famous pundit in my country famously responded when asked who defends in an offensive team: "Who defends? The opponent defends". With a well-built team, I believe that the tactic will allow the team to dominate the overwhelming majority of games. There will always be a handful of games in which we are let down by an underperforming player, or in which the opponents score two goals in two shots, but I think no tactic can stop this. The goal is to ensure that these exceptions are just that: exceptions. The Black Hawk Those who already knew the tactic may have noticed that this is what I called the "tweaked version" of the original The Black Hawk. When I decided to test this new version of FM, I chose to start with the last version of the tactic I created to see what works and what doesn't, but I found that it worked really well in the two tests I've already done and which I'll talk about in a moment. Points to remember: 1) this tactic will require a lot of movement without the ball, as almost all individual instructions are aimed at making players move (Wing Backs, Roaming Playmakers, Box-to-Box, Pressing Forward...); 2) attributes such as Passing, Movement and Stamina are essential in all positions, later on I may not mention them in the list of attributes for each position because they are important in all of them!; 3) all players must feel comfortable with the ball at their feet, players who only serve to destroy the opponent's game are useless. Wing Backs Must have Pace, Movement and Crossing. Helps if they have Technique, Positioning and Tackling. Ball Playing Defenders Must have Speed and Aerial (i cannot stress enough how Speed is key for all this to work!). Helps if they have Technique, Dribbling and Positioning. If anyone don't has good centre backs to be Ball Playing Defenders, it may be changed to regular Central Defenders. Roaming Playmaker This is the engine of this tactic. The defensive midfielder is actually an undercover attacking midfielder, so look for attributes that suit them (last year Bellingham was the best RP I tested). Must have Movement, Passing, Creativity and Decisions. Helps a lot if he has Shooting as he will have a lot of shooting chances just outside of the box. Box-to-Box Must have all the usual attributes of a B2B, like Passing, Tackling, Decisions, Movement and Teamwork. Bonus if they have Dribbling, Shooting and Creativity. Inside Forwards Must have all the usual attributes of an IF, like Movement, Pace, Creativity, Decisions, Passing, Shooting. Bonus if they have Crossing. I use IFs with their foot exchanged - don't know how to say it in English, but this is to use a right footed on the left and a left footed on the right. Pressing Forward Now, this one is tricky. Stamina, of course, but here we have two options: to go for a striker to score or to go for a striker to create spaces for others to score. Last year, my favorites for this were Osimhen, Scamacca and Beto (the one from Udinese, now Everton). They all had in common Agression, Aerial and Movement as I found that these three attributes together are just overkill. If they have these, it will work, but if they also have Teamwork, Shooting, Passing and Pace, the better. Anyway, with these three guys I mentioned you guys probably are already seeing what kind of striker to look for. After all this, here are two save tests I did to get some numbers. The save tests are the same I did with the tactic last year: the first with Sporting CP (a top team) and the other withy hometown Amora FC (an underdog team, this year really an awful team). The first save test -> Sporting CP So, this went really well. I played with Sporting CP original squad, no signings, I only recalled two youngsters midfielders from their loans as Sporting CP has a shortage of them. Last year this The Black Hawk did 33W-0D-1L in 34 games, this year I got 32W-2D-0L, which is almost the same. This year it performed better defensively (9 goals conceded is insane in a first season) while also providing a staggering 84 goals (2,47 goals per game) which is fantastic for a control tactic. These are numbers for a overload tactic. We won all domestic competitions and only lose against Paris SG on semi finals of Europa League, our only defeat all season. Not ashamed of it, they are really strong and we battled them toe to toe. Starting with my IFs, as trying to put them to work was the reason I designed this tactic last year, they were really strong. They scored a total of 59 goals and made 39 assists, which was Incredible. I think they are stronger this year. They cut inside more to shoot outside of the box, they run more behind opponents back to create 1x1 against the goalkeepers, overall they look more active than last season. All the others performed as I expected. My three main midfielders (Hjulmand, Bragança and Morita) are not suited to the roles I assigned them (Hjulmand is not gifted as RP, the others are not good at Movement), but still did well. Gyokeres is an absolute beast and must be a good signing for any team. As Sporting CP is one of the "Big Three" of Portugal, I was not convinced as this might have been because of the overall strong squad The Lions have, so I tried a season with my Amora FC to see how it would perform. The second save test -> Amora FC Now, let me just say about Amora FC that we are a small team. We play on Liga 3 (portuguese third tier) and this season we have a weak, awful squad. Really, I'm afraid we end up relegated by the end of the season on real life. That would crush me... Anyway, Amora FC is a good team to test this tactic on an underdog, as that is what we are this season. We play on Liga 3, a league that has 20 teams divided on two regional groups (north and south), each with 10 teams. The first regular phase has the top 4 teams of each group go to a final promotion phase (8 teams, the 4 top teams of each group), all the others go to a relegation phase. As it can be seen, we won the first phase and got a place on the promotion phase. We ended up second place, so we not won the league, but were promoted. Also, we were knocked out of Portuguese Cup by Farense only on extra time, they are a team from portuguese first tier. I'm really proud of all this. Amora FC has one of the worst squads of the league (it can be seen how almost all games were graded as 3 or 4 of difficulty), but we managed to get promoted. Now, what I learned from this save test is that in most of the games we were slightly better than our opponents, but we were let down by individual mistakes, both in our defense as our IFs missing goals (my IFs are terrible, terrible even for portuguese third tier). Overall, we clearly overperformed and I do not believe an AI Amora FC ever to get even remotely close to get promoted as we did. For example, in the first save test with Sporting CP, Amora FC was dead last by a long range. This was it. Two successful save tests, I believe the tactic has some tweaks in it to perform better, but by now I believe this is already good. Now I will try it on Premier League, last year I did a save test with Wolves, this season I may do one with Brighton. Latter will post updates of how it went.
  17. I created a perfect counter attacking tactic for both big teams and small teams it starts off as a 4-2-1-3 and then creates a midfield overloads of 4 players Am,CM,A and the libero who is like a deep lying playmaker they form a diamond shape with the wing backs acting like wide midfielders to help in retaining possession and creating passing options while in possession during attacking Play and it transitions into a box shape during defence making it a 3-2-2 screen-20240527-182113.mp4 -2 hardly concede over 1 goal and I score basically according to the opposition team strength like against teams that play attacking football like Chelsea, arsenal, Manchester United mancity the team tends to score more due to something I call the "trampoline effect" meaning you tend to score more against attacking team and tend to score less against small clubs I've tested it on multiple saves before but I lost those saves and I'm stuck with my Liverpool save Note: you'll need a striker of at least 14 aerial ability to make it extremely effective. It would still work with a striker of almost any aerial ability but 14 is favorable Advanced Football V3.0(Plu.tac
  18. Hey everyone, I wanted to share this tactic that I have been working on for a while, and after abit of play testing am abit more confident about sharing it. As an old school FM player who remembers the days of flat 4-4-2s being the default tactic, I never really got used to the surge of 4-3-3 high pressing tactics that are the norm these days. There's an old man inside me that gets pissed every time I see my IFs in the AM bank stop defending anything behind the halfway line. So I decided to tinker with the tactics to come up with something that 1) had flat banks of 4, 2) was best used with a mid or low block, 3) had an interesting feature so that it would not be too boring. I also wanted it to work without having to sign too many players of a specific type - for example, almost all high pressing formations require quick centre backs, which are so hard to find. Hence I came up with the below: The basic idea - the 4-1-4 structure at the base is ready to absorb pressure, esp with WMs protecting the full backs from opponent WBs - there is no scientific reason for making my entire defence man-mark, it just seemed to perform better in my preliminary tests. - a lone IF upfront with passes designed to focus his flank to create overloads down the flanks. I find doing this exposes the space that FBs, WBs or even IWBs leave behind when they move forward. It's useful to put the IF in the side where there is a WB; remember to focus passing down wherever your IF is! - the Midfield trio is a straight, shameless copy of Blackhawk. Having no AM or Central Forwards in front of the midfield means that the BBMs and RPs have alot of space to flow into and score goals. Make sure your most creative B2B midfielder is on the SAME side as your IF! In a stronger team, I find its better do a midblock as the screenshots suggest. This was pretty good for ManU in my playthrough - take note this is default boring ass man u, with NO transfers made. I had to retrain the wingers to WMs though; almost everyone defaulted to IF. It takes awhile but once they get going it was really good. I also had to recall Sancho in January after a huge injury crisis, so take note of that. Managed to win the league with a couple games to spare; I've yet to finish this season but i mean this really is quite consistent and I enjoyed it, including some really good games including 4-1s victories over both City and Bayern. If you play as a weaker team, I find that you have to do a low block (low defensive line and closing down). I tried this with a no-signing Bournemouth; got into the last European place! (Note to anyone who wants to try this: I do not recommend a play through as Bournemouth without signing anyone. This play through required close attention to player rotations and injuries as there are just so few IFs in the team, and you really have to get the substitutions and team talks just right. I hope you try and enjoy this tactic as something a little different. This is by no means an "ultimate" tactic - I encourage everyone to tinker so it's just right for your team and let me know what your improvements were! I also would like to remind all players not to discount the stamina / condition of the player, as well as team talks / morale. These play a HUGE (I personally think, too big) a role in the game results! They can be difference between a 2 nil loss and a 3 nil win - its pretty crazy. I would like to thank a few people whose work inspired me very much. @Spurs23 and @Dam0 with their Yellow Pigeon and BeastMorpher tactics, that were the first consistent tactics that really got me into the game. Everything else i tried didn't quite work for me. @DanEnglish for basically being FMMVibe's resident Pep. His park the bus tactic really inspired me; you could argue this is just parking the bus with an outlet to exploit space left behind by the modern fullback. @blackhawk for inventing his game breaking midfield combination. It works well even after what I think were some nerfs in the updates. That's all I have, as always, your mileage may vary but i hope this is something fun and different worth trying for you!
  19. FINAL EDIT 09/6/24: After the last update, it appears that my other tactics have become less effective but this one has actually improved. Therefore, I'm abandoning all the other ones and sticking with this........ so yeah, ignore all the other ones I've uploaded, this is the one to go with!! MAJOR UPDATE 14/2/24: Just had a week off work so was able to invest some time in the game and my conclusion is that the tactic should be used as a plug and play with CONTROL mentality. If you've already downloaded it, just change the team mentality to CONTROL and save the tactic as there's no other changes. If you're downloading it for the first time, you can do so by clicking on the download link just below the final screenshot at the end of this post. The results achieved in the screenshots with Man Utd were done so by switching between ATTACKING and CONTROL depending on the match odds but United are an elite team with several world class players, however the same does not apply to 95% of teams that others will be managing so from my play test with a couple of weaker teams, it's apparent that CONTROL mentality is the way to go as it allows for greater possession, more control and more selective progressive passing and shooting with the overall results just being better for teams that don't have an abundance of world class players and even if you do, it still works great. NOTE: Once downloaded, export a current tactic from within the game and your phone/tablet will create a new folder, after which you just copy and paste the downloaded tactic into that folder. Then simply import it from the tactics screen and you'll have it in your game. However, if you're still having trouble with importing the tactic (as many have reported), obviously just copy the instructions and if you want to implement the highly tweaked defensive and attacking set-piece instructions, just scroll down on this page until you get to the screenshots. INTRO/PLAYERS REQUIRED......... With one of the major updates, I've noticed some anomalies with my two previous tactics and they aren't as effective as they were BEFORE the update so I've created a new one that works brilliantly in producing mesmerisingly slick (hence the name) and intricate passing in the final third. There's very little wide play and the attacks are focused through the middle. This is higher scoring than my two previous tactics and incredibly consistent. The heartbeat of the team is the DMC who needs to have good creativity, passing, tackling and positioning but most importantly strength and aggression as he often holds the ball up to assess options, allowing opposition midfielders that split second to get challenges in. If he has high strength/aggression, he can hold off those challenges, allowing him to either retain possession or win free kicks. A weak DMC will be a liability so make sure to get this position right (strength is an absolute necessity, aggression not as much). You'll also need a decent all round striker, a big/strong target man type like Hoijlund works really well as does a quick, flair type like Rashford. All four defenders need to be quick due to the high defensive line and the right sided centre back should be the better header of the two as he's the main goal threat from attacking corners. Work rate is very important for the three midfielders and the striker as a lot of running is required in these positions so look for 'hardworking' in the player personality details and/or coach report. Have your midfielders train 'shooting' as all three will be getting plenty of shots off. STYLE OF PLAY........... It's a 'control possession' tactic where the inverted wing backs come infield and combine with the three midfielders to create an overload in the central area between the opposition box and the centre circle. This allows for increased passing options within that central zone that are utilized to patiently probe until a through ball opportunity opens up for a forward pass. Once that happens, the inverted wing backs will sit and act as holding midfielders to defend against the counter and the three midfielders will rush forward to support the attack........... it's a pass and move style tactic that creates wonderful passing plays to open up defences. TACTIC USAGE.......... It's a plug and play tactic and the only in-game change you need to make if you want to see the game out is to use the 'time wasting' option at any point from the beginning of the second half in order to frustrate the opposition. Defensive and attacking set pieces are tweaked so to get the best out of the tactic, you'll have to download it from the link below. Corners should ideally be inswinging only. RESULTS........... In my second season with Man Utd, won everything with a win percentage of 94% (played 67/won 63/drawn 4/lost 0) which is easily higher than I've ever had before. Dominated every single game, trust me you will absolutely love this tactic AND the style of play!! DOWNLOAD available below the final screenshot 👇👇👇 DOWNLOAD HERE 👇👇👇 Franky's SLICK Tactic v2.tac
  20. First time I have ever made my own tactic. Usually just copy everyone else’s. However I have been inspired by listening to Jessie Marsch’s coaching philosphy and it is very similar to the coaching philosphy I believe in. It is based on intense pressing together and fast attacking football through the middle. None of this boring backwards passing with no point in the end play. We press to score goals not to win possession and therefore we want to win the ball up the pitch as high as possible and score as quick as possible. Often the AI just cannot cope with 6 players attacking through the middle. What is needed? Defence - we play a high line to try and close the opposition in. Therefore the defenders must have good positioning and pace. I play one ball playing defender so he must have good passing. The wing backs must be quick and have good stamina because they get tired very quickly. All midfielders and and forwards in my tactic were required to have a minimum of 15 teamwork to help the tactic work and will ensure they all press together. I was lucky that I had money to spend so could get these players but if you cannot afford it this it the attribute that you should look for first in players. BBM’s need teamwork, passing , decisions and stamina. SS’s really thrive in this tactic. I choose this role as part of their role is to close down opposition defenders. They need teamwork, movement , shooting. Pace and decisions are also useful attributes. I choose pressing forwards up front as obviously their main job is to press. Teamwork, pace , movement and shooting are required. Aerial can also be useful. During the games I would normally make 5 subs around the 65 min mark as high energy and stamina is required. got about 10 goals from corners. Results I tested it with Newcastle. Obviously I had a lot of money to spend but it is still the best tactic I have used. First 10 games I was still tinkering with the tactic but after that it was pretty much plug and play player performances. As mentioned earlier the SS’s perform really well in this formation. Bruno Fernandes in particular is outstanding. I am going to keep playing till I win the champions league with Newcastle after which I will choose a different team to test with. Happy to receive any feedback of tests. Enjoy!
  21. Hello again Sorry for my language. this tactic work for me. i really love this tactic because the first amazing tactic by me in fm24 and really unbeatable. with this tactic, i get amazing results for AC Milan and Rafael Leao! im no sign any player! just conar ghallagher in second season! Tactic: First season won the league without defeat but UCL, i lost against Man City😤2-1 in semi final after 45 Games Unbeat run Second season we win league again in UCL i lost against Man City again😂🤦🏻‍♂️(final 1-0) after 50 games unbeat run. Leao, Leao, Leao! (Leao is Inside Forward!) Can Change CF to AF Share your comments.
  22. KICK N GO INTRODUCTION Hello everybody as you know it I previously dropped a tactic WRATH OF GOD and ARK THE GIANT SLAYER I admit those tactic were Great, but this is LEGENDARY. Today I'll be telling you I came about this tactic as you know I always love using Midtable teams in processing a tactic. BREAKDOWN So I was trying to build a tactic based on defensive mentality mainly to be very DEFENSIVE at the same time very ATTACKING and I found the balance with the DEFENSIVE mentality as it kept more possession and moved the ball patiently and decisively even though the team did not have a Great Decision making. After This had problem attacking and I tried a lot of formations and instructions didn't work until I found this. It was very effective ATTACKING wise and same time DEFENSIVE. So it had to do it Enough of the story I have built it and I trust. But since FM update can't seem to do a complete season without Missing files you know what I mean so I'll share the results of the save I'm working with EVERTON in some days before that let me share the Tactics. And you know I never disappoint. And I'm Telling you Defensive is the Best mentality for this Tactic. Thank you!!
  23. Hello English is not my native language. Sorry for any problems. I like high pressing game and fast passes and a lot goal scoring and actually trophy winning and My favorite formation is 433 so i love this tactic and work for me Tactic: Edit: In this tactic, the positioning of the wing backs will be surprise you! Sometimes they will be inverted wing back and sometimes wing back! Try this in your teams and tactics and suprise! WBL WBR and in final third set no option if you want score more goals with IFs can change CF to P and remember against Man City keep defence line Balanced and If the opposing team is using AMC(AP/SS/T/AM), you can move BWM back one line like this: Now result: Im only sign Martin Vitik(Great CB talent) and Victor Eletu(Great MD talent) Share your comment.
  24. I've been running this tactic now over 3 season with Celtic ( I know, I know ) and have had massive success. This isnt for anyone trying a 1K goal challenge, that would be a challenge in itself!! This tactic just doesn't concede goals, it's far from parking the bus as you'll see but is so solid, I've played 130 games and conceded 38 goals culminating in winning the champions league last season. If you're after a tactic that is something a little different and not just goals, goals, goals then ....
  25. Hello fmmvibe! I have browsed this new FMM24 forum, and noticed the "Tactics" section quite barren. So, in case anyone needs a tactic to bed themselves into the game, i might have something for you - basically the same tactic i posted last year, which i now tested in this edition over a full season with Liverpool. It has all players contributing to goals across the board, with an emphasis on the front three. The fullbacks (Robertson and TAA largely, though i've also bought Valentino Barco and he's very good down the left as well - definite wonderkid) got the most assists for me, with a chunk of them coming from set-pieces but largely from crosses and the like. When in possession of a tight lead late on, i sometimes switched the mentality to "Control" or "Defensive". But in all, i've done very little tinkering over the season - i believe this is what you'd call a "Plug and Play". The tactic itself: Team results + a couple of match statistics: Feel free to let me know how it went for you, and i am open to criticism if you can think of improvements!
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