Second time posting a tactic, first time was wings'n'things in the 2019 edition where i went unbeaten for 200+ league games with FC Copenhagen.
The tactic came as a result of many forwards in the squad, so instead of having inverted wingers to start wide and cut inside, i thought of having wide strikers who starts in center, and then support with wide run but still provide support in the box.
Anyways i have tried a new one, and have decent outcome. just managed to pull FC Copenhagen two semi finals in CHL in 3rd season. losing 5-4 agg to Man City. As the Danish league is way to easy, i mostly compare my results in CHL where i manage to beat some big teams - feel like this tactic is over achieving, but still with lots of room for improvement!
wingbacks providing most of the width support. this 3rd season my wingsbacks provided a total of 43 assists between them. most from the right side. main assist man is the MCL, but he also takes corners for my team.
topscores are ofc the strikers, where the center one (pressing forward) is doing wonders. Hlozek made 42 goals in 43(2) matches. Also central defenders provide a decent amount of goals from corners - i have no throw-in set pieces made, so room for improvement.
The Danish league, is as mentioned a walk in the park, with one match left of the season, im 37 points clear, +82 in goals and averaging more than 3 goals per match.
Really hope you guys, will help me improve this darling even more - with tweaks or suggestions!
take care x