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yes either as 2 sitting midfield's in a 4-2-3-1 formation or in a 4-3-3 formation with the DM DLP S and oonce CM DLP D Just to make them move between the lines more its good for fluid tactics.... not sure how much that made sense lol
 
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Thanks, i have been using DLP and BWM so far in pretty much all my saves. will try 2 dlps now
 
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It is tactically acceptable esp with possession tactics.
 
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Yeah,it is acceptable to use it.I used the those scheme in my 4-4-2 formation with Manchester United.Both of the DLP won't venture to far from their position. Ex : the DLP ( D ) will hold on to his default position,without any run from deep,so he could maintain the midfield position,the DLP ( S ) will sometimes running from deep,but it's not really often.
Hope my explanation could help you.
 
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