1.2 things Mr Lang.
1. Player roles?
2. I think this can be easily modified to be right sided attacking too?
thanks a lot1.
DL/DR - Fullbacks
CD - Central Defender
DMC - Anchor Man
DMCL - Box to Box Midfielder with good marking/tackling
CM - Box to Box Midfielder
AML - Inside Forward or Complete Forward (Right footed is good here, but not an absolute must-have)
MR - Box to Box Midfielder (They are cutting inside from MR position, with crossing set to "rarely". If you got wingers, retrain them to CM as box to box, if you have CM's, retrain them to MR.
ST - Complete Forward (I would advice 50/50 CF training schedule and Target Man Schedule)
2. Yes, you can revert this. Just move the AML to AMR position and the MR to ML position.
Pick best corner taker, but make sure left footed player takes right corner, and vice versaHi Mr L, excellent tactic, just inserted into my save with Betis and 5 games unbeaten so far!
Just a quick question, should we specify a specific position to take corners or pick best corner taker? Wasn't sure if it would affect the corner tactic if not.
I've already answered what the "roles" are in the tactic, and you should use role-training schedules to train them. With the setup explained in the front page, the total workload of the players will be "medium", so I'm not sure what you're getting at. Always very high, yes.So for the training:
no individual instructions? what do i have to do when the team starts to complain about the intensity?
Always very high or just before the season?
Ok Those things I don't know too much about. I don't play the actual game too much (And when I do play the game, I holiday between every match, so I never talk to the players )I have a feeling he means when players come in complaining of the workload being heavy for them.. eg when you go to backroom or if coach or *** man tells you tactic is competent with team and you should consider lowering the intensity. That is what I got from his post! Not the individual training but the team training!
Ah. But those recommendations are useless. They always say that when tactic is fluid. And as you can see, he is only referring to Match Preparation, not Team Training.