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I started with barcelona but I can not win games. please help me with a tactic.

3-5-2 normal-actacking-direckt pass-mixed styl-normal tempo-all over-counter-targetman-playmaker (well or not) and off side.

valdes

dani alves-pique-alba

------xavi-(busquets-song)

alexis-fabregas-iniesta-pedro

------messi-aguero

3-4-2-1

valdes

dani-pique-alba

Alexis-buquets-xavi-pedro (iniesta)

fabregas-aguero (iniesta)

messie.

2 arrows on 10+11 away from the goal diagonal forwars.

normal takle-actackt styl-short pass-both wings-normal tempo-own half or all over' date=' counter,playmaker xavi (always the nr°6),targetman nr°9,off side.

thiago sub's

dzagoev sub's

papadooulos sub's..every game bring in 3 sub's

start whit 3421, put in 352 whit lose or drawn at 60 min.

away home start 352 frist, lose or drawn 442 all normal.

good-luck.

zanetti..will try to chance these 2 for big cash,and buy yough.lb's/rb's,cb's

puyol

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Looking for a bit of advice, pushing for promotion with 8 games left, just started to drop in form 2 draws and lost the last 3 games. 4-4-1-1 formation

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Come someone please give me some assistance in discussing with myself what formation would be the best for winning the league' date=' i'm 6th currently in division 1 with 16 points where as the 1st team is at 23 points; This is my squad please have a look at it and say to me what is the best formation and what tactics I should use in order to succeed my goal.

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I would go for the 3-5-2 with tactics hard, defense, short, down both flanks, slow & own half. Make forward runs on no 7 & 11. In this way (playing down both flanks) your target man (messi if playing him in the midfield or the best CM/AM) will perform better. Try it & let me know mate :)

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Hi, I'm a newcomer here. I just have a quick question about the tight marking tactic - does it have any downsides in term of defense? I know that it is a defensive tactic, so it will probably have some negative effect on the team's attacking power. But defensively, I feel like if they players are too caught up with marking individual opponents, they can be tricked into moving out of position or making other tactical defensive mistakes. So I just wanted to know if that is an issue in this game, or if I don't have to worry about it.

Thanks a lot!

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Hi' date=' I'm a newcomer here. I just have a quick question about the tight marking tactic - does it have any downsides in term of defense? I know that it is a defensive tactic, so it will probably have some negative effect on the team's attacking power. But defensively, I feel like if they players are too caught up with marking individual opponents, they can be tricked into moving out of position or making other tactical defensive mistakes. So I just wanted to know if that is an issue in this game, or if I don't have to worry about it.

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if you use tight marking, your def will focus on defend, and not help your attacking. how ever that tight marking is useful for an opponent counter attack.

your defender will be ready for that, and drop the opponent goal chance.

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Hi I need help regarding the instructions below, to know when is better to use them. I know I'm asking a lot of questions, but it will be much appreciated.

Tackling Style;

Hard & Normal - Better to use eg if you have defenders rated 91+ and in which type of formations with 3 or 4 in the back

Mentality; (when better to select if you play at home or away games and better clubs than you side)

Defensive -

Normal -

Attacking -

Passing style; (what is the difference between them & impact on the team)

Short -

Mixed -

Direct -

Long Ball -

Attacking style; (what is the difference between them & impact on the team)

Down Both Flanks - (does this affects the attacking way & the DM/CM positions are wasted when selecting this)

Trough the middle - (does this affects the attacking way & the LM/RM/Wng positions are wasted when selecting this)

Mixed - (how does this affects on the team & when better to be selected)

Tempo; (on which formations they work well & the difference between them)

Normal -

Slow -

Fast -

Pressing; (when better to use: with which formation 1 or 2 attackers & if better to use with high rated players or no)

Own Area -

Own half -

All over -

Thanks very much for the help in advance

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Hi I need help regarding the instructions below' date=' to know when is better to use them. I know I'm asking a lot of questions, but it will be much appreciated.

Tackling Style;

Hard & Normal - Better to use eg if you have defenders rated 91+ and in which type of formations with 3 or 4 in the back

Hard tackling will let you see more of the ball. It's best to use this when you are up against a big midfield. Normal tackling is normal. You won't go in for challenges as often and it will be neutral. It has nothing to do with formation or numbers at the back. It has to do with what you are trying to accomplish.

Mentality; (when better to select if you play at home or away games and better clubs than you side)

Defensive -

Normal -

Attacking -

Play a defensive mentality when you are away and the other team is similarly rated to yours. That's what i usually do. Wait for them and then strike. It works every time. Normal mentality is not putting too much emphasis on defending or attacking. It will be neutral. Play attacking mentality when playing at home and your team has a better rating than your opponents. You DO WANT to attack at home.

Passing style; (what is the difference between them & impact on the team)

Short -

Mixed -

Direct -

Long Ball -

Short gives you more possession. Mixed is all combined. Direct will let you get the ball in between the lines and quicker to your forwards. Long ball will make you get rid of the ball quickly and pump it quickly to your forwards.

Attacking style; (what is the difference between them & impact on the team)

Down Both Flanks - (does this affects the attacking way & the DM/CM positions are wasted when selecting this)

Trough the middle - (does this affects the attacking way & the LM/RM/Wng positions are wasted when selecting this)

Mixed - (how does this affects on the team & when better to be selected)

Down both flanks means that you will emphasize on attacking down both flanks. Most of your attacks will come from there. DM/CM still participate though. It's just your wings will appear more. Through the middle is the same thing. You attack down the middle and wings have less appearances. Mixed is all combined. Use this option when you see no glaring weakness on your opponents teams. If both of you are rated 94-95 and you have similarly rated players and you can't exploit the flanks or the middle, you should use this option so its scattered all over.

Tempo; (on which formations they work well & the difference between them)

Normal -

Slow -

Fast -

Slow tempo is for a defensive formation. When you are in no hurry and just want to let things flow. Normal is neutral. Fast is for attack-minded formations.

Pressing; (when better to use: with which formation 1 or 2 attackers & if better to use with high rated players or no)

Own Area -

Own half -

All over -

Own Area means that you are letting them into your, or almost, goalkeeper's box before pressing. Think Inter vs Barca when Inter won CL. Own half means you press as soon as they step over your half of the midfield. All over means you are pressing them in their half and all over the field. Every inch of grass.

Thanks very much for the help in advance

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Thanks very much for your help YEEZUS very help full indeed.

So in few words when I choose attacking mentality:

Tackling - Normal or hard

Passing - Short or Mixed

Attacking style - Depends on the opponent (which formation he uses & the players he have)

Tempo - Normal or fast

Pressing - Own half or all over if loosing

Defensive mentality:

Tackling - Hard

Passing - Short

Attacking style - Depends on the opponent (which formation he uses & the players he have)

Tempo - Slow

Pressing - Own half

I think with the 3-5-2 formation, these instructions will be fine.

Thanks again, really appreciate it :)

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Thanks very much for your help YEEZUS very help full indeed.

So in few words when I choose attacking mentality:

Tackling - Normal or hard

Passing - Short or Mixed

Attacking style - Depends on the opponent (which formation he uses & the players he have)

Tempo - Normal or fast

Pressing - Own half or all over if loosing

If you are playing at home and using attacking mentality' date=' you should be pressing all over.[/font']

Defensive mentality:

Tackling - Hard

Passing - Short

Attacking style - Depends on the opponent (which formation he uses & the players he have)

Tempo - Slow

Pressing - Own half

Whenever you play short passing, fast tempo is the best combination. However, hit slow tempo depending on what the game means, scenario, or what you are trying to accomplish.

I think with the 3-5-2 formation, these instructions will be fine.

Thanks again, really appreciate it :)

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What do you think about the instructions below for my 3-5-2 when playing at home:

Tackling style - normal

Mentality - Attacking

Passing style - mixed

Attacking style - mixed

Tempo - Normal

Pressing - All over

When playing away:

Tackling style - Hard

Mentality - Defensive

Passing style - mixed

Attacking style - mixed

Tempo - slow

Pressing - Own half

Also what do you thing as choosing the no 7 or 11 as my play maker. Does this make sense or no?

My best 11 players are:

GK - Casillas, Def - Pisczek, Chellini & ALba, DM - Pepe, CM - Silva, Reus, WNG - Valencia & Marcelo, ATT - Aguero & Tevez

Thanks in advance :)

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Re: A Guide for Newcomers (Stretching the Opponent: The Long Ball)

STRETCHING THE OPPONENT: THE LONG BALL

Playing the long ball system is very defensive system that should be used when you are playing a much stronger opponent. This system has been used by me' date=' as well as many other SM managers, with a surprising amount of success. This has often come at the expense of many of the stronger sides in SM, i.e. Man Utd., Barca, Chelsea, and to the benefit of many weaker lower division sides, particularly in Cup and Shield matches. Just so we are clear, however, this is an extremely defensive system, so you should not expect 4-0 wins. Rather, you are going for a draw, or even a 1 goal victory in an extremely tough match, either at home or away.

In using the long ball system you are making a conscious effort to keep the ball out of the middle of the pitch and away from both your own and the opposition side’s midfielders. Your objective is to get balls from the back line to your striker(s) in the shortest amount of time possible. Moreover, the long ball tactic is extremely useful in helping to establish width in your attack by stretching the opponent’s defense across the entire width of the pitch because no one can be absolutely sure where the ball is going to end up.

You should also be mindful that using this tactic will keep you behind in time of possession, so it is best to employ this tactic when you have both an above average goalkeeper and defenders because you do not want to concede too many goals. What I am hoping to do here is to offer you some tips on how to make the long ball effective, but the manager should remember that this tactic is used when you are clearly going to be the outclassed team (when your squad is outclassed in average rating by 3 or more). You can also use the long ball to great effect when your midfielders lack quality, meaning their average rating is 87 or below.

1. When setting up for a long ball system, you should use a [u']formation [/u]that has a lot defenders and more than one striker. This leaves you with a few options to choose from: 4-3-1-2, 4-1-3-2, 5-2-3, 5-3-2, 5-3-2 Defensive, and 5-3-2 Sweeper.

2. In selecting a tackling style, you should alter it from a normal defensive posture, and select a HARD tackling style. This will allow you to keep constant pressure on your opponent. In using the long ball system, your goal is to try and keep your defense compact when the opposition side has the ball and limit the space that is available between and inside the side lines. Hard tackling enables your players to attempt to close down the opponent as soon as they receive a ball on their foot.

3. In terms of selecting an attacking style in a long ball system, this varies according to where the match is going to be played. If you are the weaker side in a home match, you should always assume the VERY DEFENSIVE or, at least a DEFENSIVE posture. Your goal is to defend the home turf, so to speak, and you are looking to secure at least one point for a drawn game against a much stronger side.

On the other hand, if you are the weaker side in an away match, you should always assume a NORMAL mentality. Here your objective is to attempt to steal a point away from a stronger side that by rights should win the match handily because they are playing on their own pitch. Therefore, you have lost nothing if the result is not in your favor because you were supposed to lose anyway.

4. Obviously when opting to play the long ball system, when you have to choose a passing style for your team, you will be selecting LONG BALL.

5. For attacking style in the long ball system, it best to choose either a MIXED or DOWN BOTH FLANKS attack.

A MIXED attack will at the minimum assure that your defenders and keeper are not randomly punting the ball down the field in the hope that one of your players will run onto it. They will at least attempt to look for the open man downfield.

If you select DOWN BOTH FLANKS, the majority of the balls that are sent long will be down either the right or left hand side, which will give both your outside backs and outside midfielders time to run onto the ball in the match engine. It will also place your striker(s) in a somewhat wider position than they would normally play so that they too can attempt to run onto a ball punted up the pitch.

6. In choosing a tempo or pace for the long ball system, it is always best to select a SLOW tempo. This is useful for enabling your defenders to pass the ball back and forth between themselves along the back line as they look for the open man downfield.

Selecting a SLOW tempo will also enable your keeper to get touches on the ball as he will obviously be the player who is relied upon to punt the ball the farthest distance downfield, especially because - as strange as it may sound - your keeper will be designated as your PLAYMAKER in this system.

7. In choosing where and when to pressure your opponent, it is always best to press your opponent only in your OWN AREA in a long ball system. This is because if you press all over or even in your own half, pressure will be coming in the middle third of the pitch, leaving no one downfield to receive the long ball forward.

By choosing in your OWN AREA your defenders will be relied upon to do the majority of the pressing for your side while freeing the striker(s) and outside midfielders to receive the long ball.

8. Finally, when selecting your overall playing style, you should select MEN BEHIND BALL, PLAY OFFSIDE, and USE PLAYMAKER.

MEN BEHIND BALL is necessary so that all of your players maintain their numerical advantage against the opposition’s attackers. You will have a concentrated block of defenders, both backs and midfielders, between the opposition and the net so that you do not concede any goals.

PLAY OFFSIDE is the least used option in SM, but it is used in the long ball system so that your defenders will play higher up the pitch in a compact defensive line in order to try and catch the opposition’s attackers in an offside position. When they are caught offside, this will result in a free kick and another chance at getting a long ball forward. Moreover, in PLAY OFFSIDE, your attackers will attempt to beat the back line of the opposition’s defense at every opportunity.

USE PLAYMAKER enables you to put the ball on the foot of your most important player as much as possible during the course of the match. In this very defensive system, you will be designating your goalkeeper as the playmaker. This assumes that your goalkeeper is the one player on your squad that can punt the ball the furthest up the pitch, so you obviously want to give him every opportunity to do so in a long ball system.

Finally, using TIGHT MARKING is an option that you could use in the long ball system, but it is not a necessity in order for this to be successful. It is useful in the defensive end and when pressing in your OWN AREA. However, marking too closely in other areas of the pitch will draw your players’ attention away from looking to receive the long ball when it does come forward.

Using the goalkeeper as your playmaker sounds like an interesting idea. Has anyone actually tried it?

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Great read! Quick question. I am playing an unmanaged team that was previously managed and plays in a 4231. They are rated 92 overall. I am rated 90 (due in part squad rotation) and am playing away. I was thinking about playing a 4231 also with the following set up:

Tkl: Normal

Mntl: Defensive

Pass: Long ball

Attk: Both flanks

Tmpo: Slow

Less: All over

Checked: Counter attack, men behind ball, tight marking

Thoughts?

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Great read! Quick question. I am playing an unmanaged team that was previously managed and plays in a 4231. They are rated 92 overall. I am rated 90 (due in part squad rotation) and am playing away. I was thinking about playing a 4231 also with the following set up:

Tkl: Normal

Mntl: Defensive

Pass: Long ball

Attk: Both flanks

Tmpo: Slow

Less: All over

Checked: Counter attack' date=' men behind ball, tight marking

Thoughts?[/quote']

i believe that if you are playing counter attack, fast tempo would suit better

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This thread has been so useful for learning about tactics!

Maybe someone here can help me with a small question. When using a tactic like 'playmaker style' from this thread, my team creates a lot of goalscoring chances, much more than the opponent, as was the plan. But I still keep on drawing, 3 in a row now, because my team doesn't seem to score the goals even tho they create the chances. What could be the problem? My strikers are of good quality, equal or better than the average of the team, I have the highest rated as target man. What else could I do?

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This is my formation. What do u think? Please tell me your ideas.

3-5-2

Neuer

Lahm- T.Silva - Alaba

---De Rossi---

D.Maria - Kroos - Schweinsteiger -Ribery

----Mueller---Lewansdowki

TacklingStyle: Hard

Mentality: Attacking

PassingStyle: Direct

Attacking: Down Left flank

Tempo: Fast

Pressing: All Over

CounterAttack

PlayMaker: Ribery

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Re: A Guide for Newcomers

Hi, I manage Manchester United.

Could you help me with the instructions to 4-3-3 formation?

Maybe some changes to the lineup as well?

It looks like this:

--------------------De Gea-------------------

---Rafael------Evans------Hummels------Shaw

-----------vidal----carrick-----herrera---------

----------rooney--van persie---mata----------

bench: james rodriguez, chicharito, welbeck, ross barkley, daley blind

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Hi' date=' I manage Manchester United.

Could you help me with the instructions to 4-3-3 formation?

Maybe some changes to the lineup as well?

It looks like this:

--------------------De Gea-------------------

---Rafael------Evans------Hummels------Shaw

-----------vidal----carrick-----herrera---------

----------rooney--van persie---mata----------

bench: james rodriguez, chicharito, welbeck, ross barkley, daley blind[/quote']

Give a try to :

Very Attacking Mentality (or attacking)

Fast tempo

Counter Attack

Tight Marking

Offside Trap

Playmaker

backward arrow on 6 , forward arrow on 2 & 3

(all the rest default) .

i prefer to go with blind instead of shaw , and the mid's with

Herrera ---- Vidal ---- James .

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Give a try to :

Very Attacking Mentality (or attacking)

Fast tempo

Counter Attack

Tight Marking

Offside Trap

Playmaker

backward arrow on 6 ' date=' forward arrow on 2 & 3[/b']

(all the rest default) .

i prefer to go with blind instead of shaw , and the mid's with

Herrera ---- Vidal ---- James .

I also tried 4-3-2-1 like this but I couldn't set good instructions and I was loosing all the time... You with which one is better? 4-3-3 or 4-3-2-1??

------------de gea--------------

--rafael--evans---hummels--shaw

------------carrick--------------

----vidal------------herrera-----

--------------------------------

------rooney------mata---------

-----------van persie-----------

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