JeffreyA added a topic in Tactics/TrainingNew 4-5-1So yeah, hi.
I know most people probably don't play 2012 on PSP anymore but since that's the latest FMH game I have and decided to pick up that's what this tactic is for. I did in fact just whip this up in about 12 minutes but honestly this has to be one of the greatest tactics I've ever made for this game (shameless overselling right there)
Stock 4-5-1, NO SET RUNS
Offside Trap: No
Counter Attack: No
Men Behind Ball: No
Passing: DC's are Long, Right MC and Left MC both Mixed, rest are Team
Tackling: DC's and Right & Left MC's are Committed, rest Team
Pressing: GK and Back 4 no, rest Team
Pass To: All R/L/C
Set Pieces (A):
Normal; GK, Right MC, Left MC
Back; DL, DR
Rest are Forward
Set Pieces (D):
Normal; GK, ML, MR, Middle MC
Rest are Back
Free Role: All no
Forward Runs: All yes except GK and both DC's
Run With Ball: DL, DR, ML, MR and Middle MC yes, rest no
Hold Up Ball: FC yes, rest no
Long Shots: All MC's yes, rest no
Through Balls: Right & Left MC's yes, rest no
Cross Ball: DL, DR, ML, MR yes, rest no
Zonal; DL, DR, ML, MR, Middle MC
Man; Both DC's, Right MC, Left MC
Rest are None
So far I've used this tactic for a season with Bayern Munich, winning the Bundesliga in March, and I've started using it with Tottenham, so far I've played 6 matches in the premier league with 5 wins and 1 draw, 15 goals scored and 2 conceded, and my last 4 matches were:
Tottenham 3-1 Liverpool (A)
Tottenham 5-0 Swansea (A)
Tottenham 5-0 Reading (H)
Tottenham 3-0 Borac (BL) (A)
So there it is, a 4-5-1 for you I guess
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JeffreyA added a topic in Tactics/TrainingInside Forwards - The GuideHow to create...
An Inside Forward
So, after a request from the latest Youth Coach Ashez I am taking the Inside Forward instructions (or Inf :lol:) from my 4-2-3-1 Inf tactic and making it into a guide. So then, on with the guide!
An 'Inf' is usually a winger who instead of doing the traditional job you'd expect from him, would come inside and playmake, shoot and generally be a major nuisance for the opposition. Most commonly used when there is 1 player upfront, seen at Arsenal, an Inf is utilized to provide support for the lone striker. A bit like Gervinho:
Notice how Gervinho is always coming inside, trying to break down the defense and make space for the rest of the team to attack? Brilliant, isn't it.
Let's break it down:
An Inf provides a more creative option in the midfield and attack, linking the two together as much as possible to provide a threat from out wide. He is always attempting to break down the defense with that extra-special pass or incredible individual displays. If an opponent underestimates him, they do so at their own peril.
Although the benefits are substantial, there is a blindingly obvious con to using this role: Wing Exposure. When an Inf is attacking, if the attack fails then because he is so inside when playing, the opposing team can exploit that opening which is created. This can force the rest of your team to come out and put pressure on the ball, which will expose a much larger opening down the middle.
Dribbling: As with most wingers-by-trade and wide roles, Dribbling is heavily important to find space behind defenders.
Passing: Playing that killer ball is key to an Inf.
Shooting: As with Gervinho, the Inf must be able to shoot and score when called upon to do so.
Technique: Keeping the ball and recieving passes is another stat that can make or break a player.
Creativity: The Key-stone of all Inf's play, without this stat higher than, about 13 he will continuously get poor ratings.
Decisions: An Inf must be decisive with play or losing the ball is a foregone conclusion.
Movement: Again, using Gervinho as an example (especially the first goal he scores on the video above) an Inf needs to be able to have that awareness to be able to find space behind the back-line and time his runs to beat the defense.
Pace: The only Physical stat you need for and Inf, this, as well as everything else, is a crucial stat for an Inf because it ties in with 2 other crucial stats: Dribbling and Movement.
A bit like this beasty kid:
Above is a pic of Del Piero's regen
How to make one:
Pass to: R/L/C
Set pieces (A): Forward
Free Role: Yes
Forward Runs: Yes
Run with ball: Yes
Hold up ball: No
Long shots: Yes
Through balls: Yes
Cross ball: No
Quite obviously the player needs a run into the box from wide.
This role is available on iOS, just tap the Inf option!
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JeffreyA added a topic in Tactics/TrainingThe 'winner's circle' 4-3-3Outer MC's have runs to AML and AMR.
Passing: DC's Long, Centre MC Direct, Outer FC's Mixed
Tackling: DC's and Centre MC Committed rest Team.
Pressing: GK and Defense no rest Yes
Pass To: All R/L/C
Set Pieces (A): DL and DR Back, GK and Central MC Normal rest Forward.
Set Pieces (D): Central FC Forward, GK and outer MC's Normal rest Back.
Free Role: All No
Forward Runs: DL, DR, Midfield and Attack Yes rest No.
Run With Ball: DL, DR, outer MC's and outer FC's Yes rest No
Hold Up Ball: All No
Long Shots: Midfield and outer FC's Yes rest No
Through Balls: Centre MC and outer FC's Yes rest No
Cross Ball: DL, DR and the outer MC's Yes rest No
Marking: DC's and Centre MC Man, GK and Attack None rest Zonal
This is a... Perfect tactic. With Tottenham, so far I have:
Games Played: 245
Games Won: 210
Games Drawn: 30
Games Lost: 5
Goals Scored: 673
Goals Conceded: 143
League Titles: 3
Cup Titles: 17
Manager Rank: 1st
Manager Points: 4750
As usual with my 4-3-3's, you can easily translate them to iOS:
Outer MC's: APM
Inner MC: DLM
Outer FC's: Dlf
Inner FC: Tm
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