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Re: The Fadedwolfz Guide to SM

Thank you for this great guide.

I have a couple of questions:

1. When the best players are not yet fully recovered after the last match is it better to keep using them or to use lower rated replacements?

2. When for various reasons we can't cover all positions with good players is it better to use lower rated players specialised on those positions or to use the best available players even if some of them are slightly out of position?

Thank you in advance :)

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Re: The Fadedwolfz Guide to SM

Thank you for this great guide.

I have a couple of questions:

1. When the best players are not yet fully recovered after the last match is it better to keep using them or to use lower rated replacements?

2. When for various reasons we can't cover all positions with good players is it better to use lower rated players specialised on those positions or to use the best available players even if some of them are slightly out of position?

Thank you in advance :)

for question 1:

I reccomend u not to use players with lower than 90% fitness. I'm not sure about the exact calculations (have to check), but for players below 80 or 70% fitness, every 10% difference is equivalent of a 5 rating drop. So, if u have any player with less than 90% fitness, try to use lower rated replacements.

for question 2:

i don't really get ur question. Could u give me the exact positions and where u play them? Just do not use players that are totally off their main positions. For example Messi is an F/AM, but don't play him in midfield. But for gerrard that is an AM/CM, u can play him anywhere in midfield, even on the wings.

cheers

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Re: The Fadedwolfz Guide to SM

Thank you for your answers.

Here is the clarification you asked me for:

Most of the times when my best CF or LB are not fully fit I use good AM players as CF and good LM players as LB. Should I rather use genuine lower rated CF and LB instead? (from your answer I already know I'm doing something wrong lol)

Sorry for bugging you but I have another question many people might be interested to know the answer:

What is the best way to use in-game instructions, if we should use them at all?

Cheers :)

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Re: The Fadedwolfz Guide to SM

Lol you are a very busy person... De Rossi or David Silva? And I am buying silva for my wing' date=' will he stay at that position?[/quote']

I think silva has a shout for 93, while de rossi should stay. Not sure about silva's position though, u could ask BenReado who watched valencia alot. From what i can infer, i reckon he is playing more as an AM, with mata on the left wing and pablo on the right.

cheers

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Re: The Fadedwolfz Guide to SM

Thank you for your answers.

Here is the clarification you asked me for:

Most of the times when my best CF or LB are not fully fit I use good AM players as CF and good LM players as LB. Should I rather use genuine lower rated CF and LB instead? (from your answer I already know I'm doing something wrong lol)

Sorry for bugging you but I have another question many people might be interested to know the answer:

What is the best way to use in-game instructions' date=' if we should use them at all?

Cheers :)[/quote']

no don't use them out of their primary positions (defenders, midfielders and forwards). Use a lower rated F or CF and LB or perhaps CB.

and don't use all the in-game instructions, i think u can read the guide again the get a better picture.

cheers

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Re: The Fadedwolfz Guide to SM

Please help me with

  1. Match Day squad
  2. Pre match instructions
  3. In-game instructions

in detail and how can you get me to win.. thank you

  • C.ronaldo
  • KAKA
  • VIDIC
  • CASILLAS
  • FABREGAS
  • RAUL
  • SERGIO RAMOS
  • CHIELINI
  • XABI ALONSO
  • BENZEMA
  • PEPE
  • ADEBAYOR
  • LUIS FABIANO
  • HIGUAIN
  • CLICHY
  • ALBIOL RAUL
  • GARAY EZEQUIEL
  • GAGO FERNANDO
  • POLODSKI
  • DIARA
  • MARCELO

:D

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Re: The Fadedwolfz Guide to SM

Please help me with

  1. Match Day squad
  2. Pre match instructions
  3. In-game instructions

in detail and how can you get me to win.. thank you

  • C.ronaldo
  • KAKA
  • VIDIC
  • CASILLAS
  • FABREGAS
  • RAUL
  • SERGIO RAMOS
  • CHIELINI
  • XABI ALONSO
  • BENZEMA
  • PEPE
  • ADEBAYOR
  • LUIS FABIANO
  • HIGUAIN
  • CLICHY
  • ALBIOL RAUL
  • GARAY EZEQUIEL
  • GAGO FERNANDO
  • POLODSKI
  • DIARA
  • MARCELO

:D

u can read the first post again to have an idea of what to use for [*]Match Day squad and [*]Pre match instructions. As for[*]In-game instructions, i must admit that i don't really know the importance of it, and the most u could do would be either to change ur formation to a more attacking one (if you're losing, vice versa if you're winning), or taking one player off for another in an identical position.

casillas

albiol/ramos - pepe/vidic - chiellini

gago/diarra

ronaldo - fabregas - alonso - kaka

benzema - adebayor/fabiano

playmaker - fabregas/kaka/ronaldo

this is what i would suggest, but with your squad, i doubt u even need my help :D

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can i get specific help please..LIKE SRSLY... I ALREADY KNO 3-5-2 IS THE MOST powerful formation butttt, where shud i place all these players and who too keep who to sell... but most importantly what boxes to tick and what boxes not to tick....plus if any subs cud be made during teh game cuz be helpful... and mmhh WHICH STRIKERS R THE MOST POWERFULLEST CAN U DIRECT ME THEM... thank you...... put it this way...summarise how wud u keep this team to win... if u had this team...

Sergio ramos RB/CB

Vidic Cb

Chielini Cb/Lb

Xabi Alonso DM/CM

KAKA AM

FABREGAS CM

CAMBIASSO CM/DM

RIBERY WING

HENRY FWD

BENZEMA FWD

SUBSTITUTES

DIARRA

CLICHY

HIGUAIN

LUIS FABIANO

ADEBAYOR

and C.RONALDO INJURED FOR 9 DAYS..

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Re: The Fadedwolfz Guide to SM

Great guide, however i disagree with one thing

You say at the start to cut the squad down to about 22 good players

Don't you think this is a bit low for a first time player

I would have said about 28-30 would be better as injuries and suspension could easily knock a small squad like that down to below 18, and with cup matches.....

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Re: The Fadedwolfz Guide to SM

Great guide' date=' however i disagree with one thing

You say at the start to cut the squad down to about 22 good players

Don't you think this is a bit low for a first time player

I would have said about 28-30 would be better as injuries and suspension could easily knock a small squad like that down to below 18, and with cup matches.....[/quote']

yup i did say that between 25-30 would be ideal.

around 2-3 players for each position that is.

cheers!

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Re: The Fadedwolfz Guide to SM

excellent guide.

would like to ask you about your belief that 3 in the back is the way to go. i just finished my first season with a bunch of newcomers, and most of us were using 3-5-2's and 3-4-1-2's in the beginning with much success. but i changed to a 4-3-3 with wingers, and someone else began using a 4-4-2 diamond. we both attacked down the flanks and had our wide players run forward.

pretty soon, the teams with fullbacks and wingers started killing the teams with three man backs, and everyone had to stop using 3 man backs against managed sides.

do you think we gave up on this tactic too soon? it was not even half a season's of evidence. but i'm hesitant to go with any formation that has three in the back b/c i feel it will get exploited thusly. what has your experience been, and how have you countered this?

thanks for your feedback, and the excellent thread.

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Re: The Fadedwolfz Guide to SM

excellent guide.

would like to ask you about your belief that 3 in the back is the way to go. i just finished my first season with a bunch of newcomers' date=' and most of us were using 3-5-2's and 3-4-1-2's in the beginning with much success. but i changed to a 4-3-3 with wingers, and someone else began using a 4-4-2 diamond. we both attacked down the flanks and had our wide players run forward.

pretty soon, the teams with fullbacks and wingers started killing the teams with three man backs, and everyone had to stop using 3 man backs against managed sides.

do you think we gave up on this tactic too soon? it was not even half a season's of evidence. but i'm hesitant to go with any formation that has three in the back b/c i feel it will get exploited thusly. what has your experience been, and how have you countered this?

thanks for your feedback, and the excellent thread.[/quote']

i think the benefit of a 3 man defence is that u can have an extra man in the middle to crowd out the midfield so that u receive more possession. And possession in turn brings u goals.

i have had a lot of successes using 3-5-2, and i think the critical player is probably the DM that will protect ur defence.

Admittedly, this formation won't work all the time, like how some of my teams are dying for no apparent reason :( If it can't work, reverting to a basic 4-4-2 would perhaps be ideal as well.

but the general rule is that if it isn't broken, don't change it. If u have been using 4-3-3 with large success, continue with it.

cheers

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