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Well I'm trying to play one of my forwards like a classic no.9 (center forward, fox in the box or what ever you want to name it). An good example would be Alan Shearer. As you all know his main job is to score goals. He should be strong and decent on the ball, a mixture of a TM and a Poacher.
I suppose the appropriate role would be TM attack, or am I wrong? But that role is to limited in my oppinion. Now here is the problem, I don't know how/what to tweak. Help and oppinions would be great. Cheers
 
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A bit like an Advanced Forward, but an AF roams around too much really. Try setting them as an Advanced Forward, with "Roam from position" set to "No" and reducing their creative freedom, as well as raising their mentality if needed.
 
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Ok will try that. I will set the creative freedom to highest notch of little, or should I lower it even more? What will the higher mentality do really? sorry for sounding like a complete newby :p
 
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