what to expect with this tactic?
-goals from everywhere (strikers, midfielders, wingbacks)
-quick attacks to destroy the opponent
I present results before and after the final version of the tactic to see the difference
the key ones are the wingbacks, the DLP and...
To my opinion yes! because you end up having 2 wide players on the right. I prefer to have the WM who can stay in the half-space and help my team overload the opponent in central areas to facilitate passing before switching to the flanks
this tactic requires good defending I would say and suitable players...at least I am glad that you created so many chances with such a poor team. It shows the quality of the tactics going forward. With a better team I am sure the results would be much better