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  1. 1000 Goals!! I'm actually wondering how possible that is with injuries and drops in form all over. You're talking a 16-year old giving 50 goals per season for 20 years!!
  2. Oh well.. I just set this up last season after my second UCL finals defeat 😟 . In the Vanarama and before this, I was using @Slambo's 4-3-2-1 and @Aangca's 4-3-1-2 though I never expected it to hold up in the top league. After spending time two seasons back on 'Key Player Attributes' by @Dec this was what I came up with. It was a success last season with same club. Maybe I'll try it out with other clubs quickly.
  3. Wow.. Your stats look way better. I tallied 98 goals and conceded 15 in the league. I sort of rotate the squad a lot especially in those close fixtures but my DLF scored quite lower this season compared to last season when I set this formation up for the first time Here are the goals scored in this order: DLF, AP, IF(R2), IF(L2), IF(L), IF(R), DLF(2), AP(2), IF(R Loan) and AP. Did you have yours on a topic here? Please share. I like those stats 👍👍💪
  4. And here are some impressive results/results against top sides in the league(s)
  5. TRAINING: Slight adjustments were made to @Chelsea8 regime. IF & DLF : Attacking AP: General DLP, WB, BPD: Technical CB: Defending added 0 minutes later RESULTS: In the particular season in review, some good winning streaks were recorded; See below
  6. I will be sharing an instructive guide on this tactics. It's actually a modification of the stock 4-1-2-2-1 that is found in the game's formations list. This is actually a defensive formation but it's really about mass attack for me. The formation is based on really powerful wingers particularly. They play as Inside Forwards (IF) from both wings either side of a Deep Lying Forward (DLF) who links up with the midfield to score goals and create chances as well especially for the IFs. Two Advanced Playmakers (AP) ensure that the forwards are never short on service and the combination of a Deep Lying Playmaker (DLP) in the midfield and a Ball Playing Defender (BPD) in the defence help translate defence to attack quickly with Wing Backs (WB) roaming to cover up spaces left on the flanks by the Inside Forwards when they roam in. The Centre Back (CB) is perhaps the only truly defensive minded player on the pitch but the set up helps shore up gaps whether attacking or defending. added 0 minutes later INSTRUCTIONS: The team is set up to attack from the word 'go' and keep possession with 'short passing'. Since they're pretty much playing as a unit, the focus is 'mixed' as well as the goalie's distribution. The tackling is put at 'normal' to avoid conceding careless chances or fouls which may disrupt the rhythm of play. Aside pressing the opposition, the others are turned off because keeping offside trap may expose the goalie badly, counter attacking will make the team surrender possession and 'men behind the ball' is not in line with the attacking mentality.
  7. Help rescue my Awful tactic

    How about you go slightly defensive in the line-up? Shore up the midfield like three MCs or 2MCs + 1DMC.. You can then set their roles to include a central ball winner, CM or BBM and AP..
  8. For me, the first game tells me to take it or drop it. I actually dumped my FMM for a while because the current formation has been cracked by the AI and games weren't going so good anymore.. So I chose today to look for similar formation to my 4-1-2-2-1 stock formation..and I came upon this thread. Since it's just slight adjustments to that formation of mine, I decided to try it out. And these match stats mean I'm definitely upping the tactics training so the boys can get used to it quicker. Thanks man.
  9. Player Generator

    The language is a major obstacle..but I hope to scale through. I just downloaded it and I'm trying to work on it. I understand how Richard is 4, but I don't get how Curtis is 8..and what Hugo would be.. If I can get the pattern, I'm on my way
  10. 4-2-3-1

    I have been using 4-3-2-1 since the Vanarama. I'm trying to switch now because I've got some nice AMCs who are important to the future. I just moved the middle MC to AMC. I used to play AP-BWM-AP before changing formation. Every other thing are the same. added 0 minutes later Wow. That definitely makes sense. Let' adjust as required.
  11. 4-2-3-1

    Forgot to add this.. In case it helps my cause. That's my team instructions
  12. 4-2-3-1

    And here are my best players for each position: Forward, Attacking Mid , Winger , Central Mid, Full back , Goalkeeper Centre back
  13. 4-2-3-1

    I'm a manager of Ebbsfleet..and I just got into the League 1.. My problem is that I come across a lot of AMCs who are really great but because I never needed that role, I ignored them. However, a certain player who featured for my team in the Vanarama and League 2 stole my heart and now I would like to try out a 4-2-3-1 instead of my old 4-3-2-1. The problem is that I concede a lot of possession, allow the opposition much space and chances with this change, which wasn't observed in my old formation. I need tactical advice from seasoned fellows in this group. My current players are young..the oldest should be 19 or so (self-imposed restrictions). Please, help me. This is my current set up:
  14. After setting up the training, I got a real warning from my assistant that my best player could get injured. I really need this 4-2-3-1 but most of my players are 19 year olds or less. They aren't even good on physicals yet. Besides, they seem to concede too many chances in the first few games I played with it.
  15. Please, can I make a team in Spain my B team.. I'm currently managing in England added 0 minutes later Please, can I make a team in Spain my B team.. I'm currently managing in England