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Technical Football BY Öztürk 2.0.4

I tested this tactic in a full 144 matches with 4 different teams without making any transfers. The goal of keeping the number of matches tested in excess was to disable the random elements in the game. I did an objective test and the results I got were really amazing. In the 2019-2020 season, he won the German league title with Dortmund, scoring 83 points. 8 with the Mainz team. I surprised everyone because the media is in our league 12.he expected us to finish in line. On the other hand, we scored 90 points with Real Madrid in the Spanish league and we had great success as champions, but I caught the real success with Alaves team because in the eyes of the media, the league is 16.with the Alaves team expected to finish ranked 8th in the league. I almost accomplished an impossible thing by completing it in line with this tactic.
This tactic and sequence is a highly technical sequence and tactic. Because the offensive line 3 play a similar role as a quarterback in the game technically put our weight upright tiki taka Playing plenty of goals and will take wins. But the main goal of the tactic is not only to win wins, but also to play football that is pleasing to the eye, to pass upright, to blockade the opposing half-court and to revel the fans. For these reasons, the way we play is the positive way of play. As can be seen in the team line-up, there are players in every position. In this way, when you use this tactic, you can create a comfortable transfer policy for each position. Our player on the left wing will play as a quarterback, and therefore, the left back will often make overlays, opening up the middle of the penalty area and creating a goal Hazard. Our left guard will therefore be one step ahead. Our right wing player is taking a step back to move all the way to the right. Our defensive quarterback will play in a defensive role and act as a safety lock against the contrataks. Thus, the number of goals we will eat from counterattacks will be greatly reduced. Our striker is in the role of creative striker, especially in the middle of the ground will capture the opportunity to score. Since there will be 3 technical players on the offensive line, the general game instructions have chosen to use the ball on the opposing defense. Because we know that the technical characteristics and dribbling characteristics of the offensive midfielders in general are high.
The game itself already States which features should be found in which player, but in order for this tactic to become more functional, we need to place much more emphasis on some player features. I will write down these features in order for each location below. Even if these features are at the level of the league you will get the chance to finish far above the expectations of the league.
Goalkeeper : forward, hunch
Due to our defensive line being in front of the ball in the back of the goalkeeper's hunch and sudden exit feature will allow us to eat fewer goals.
Stoppers: pass, bounce, speed , acceleration
Our stoppers have to be quick because our defensive line is ahead. For air balls to be effective, especially high jumping and head hitting features provide an advantage. It is very important to have good passing characteristics because they are in the role of pass stopper.
Wing waits : diligence, endurance
Since our wing-backs are in the role of two-way players, they need to be effective both on defense and on offense. To achieve this, it is important that they are hardworking and durable.
Defensive quarterback: Team Play, technique , diligence
If our defensive quarterback, who plays a key role in our tactics, has high team play technical and cerebral characteristics, the tactic works tremendously.
Right winger : dribbling, speed, acceleration, no-ball field
Especially in the penalty area to find plenty of goals in the middle of the field without the ball that allows the wing players to have a high field characteristics will allow us to enter more goal position.
Left wing player: since our left wing player will play in the role of quarterback, his technical characteristics should be high so his vision, first touch, technique, passing characteristics should be high will make the tactic more effective.
Offensive midfielders: technique, vision, first touch ,pass, composure
If the offensive midfielders, which are the key point of our tactics, have a high technical capacity and are fast, the tactics work tremendously. Because they'll lead the team on the offensive line.
Forwards: speed , acceleration , finishing
Our striker's speed for the middle of the ground, high acceleration characteristics will make him the king of goals. If you have a striker above league level he is very likely to be the goalscorer.

- You do not need to set the opposing team instructions, but if you have a highly qualified assistant, you can leave the opposing team instructions settings to him.
- You can leave the training to your assistant, who has high features in general. However , if you want to adjust this tactic to work better in your training, you must always give the option of attacking from the wings and distributing the ball. In addition, it is a great benefit for the team to run a ball organization that stops 1 or 2 times each week. It would be better to have physical training before the season. In addition, the team's tactics to get used to the full version 8-10 match between the team tactics and team harmony training to have this process Shorten.
- Tactics and games related to the various photos and videos I share a different line-up of those who want to go out on the field and want to win a match by keeping the crowd in the midfield will be a tactic I'm sure will be preferred.
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