Sorry to **** in here, but I feel the question asked is simple to answer - according to Langvatn his best tactic isMr langvatn can your triple tweak tactics work with higher rated teams or are you best to use the rock classic?
What jesaustralia saidMr langvatn can your triple tweak tactics work with higher rated teams or are you best to use the rock classic?
Sounds like you are about to go into the kind of research I was doing all that year I've clocked in about 1800 hours experimenting with sliders and testing Good luck mateHi Mr. Langvatn
I read an older post that I found very interesting and that made me think a little different towards tactics - Its about how to look at passing styles. Now I don't remember how your tactics are setup exactly towards passing and tempo, but it could be interesting to play around with it in already consistant tactics. I'm playing around with it already with marcelo's tactic and it seems very promising.
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Passing style only affects the range at which players are allowed to look for a pass.
Think of passing style as a circle around the player which indicates his range. The longer the passing style, the larger the circle. The shorter the passing style the smaller the circle.
Tempo is what dictates how attack minded the passes are. A slow tempo will see players pass back more; a quick tempo will see them play the ball forward.
Generally you want a longer passing style with a higher tempo as it gives players a large passing area for them to find a player in an attacking position.
I want the players to be forward thinking in their passing style so in marcelo's tactic which is a tactic that have scored alot of goals in some saves, but in my opinion its actually a little defensive according to the above post by Montanaro I edited his tempo to maximum and individually looked at players positions and decided how much range each players should look for I imagined the players deeper on the pitch and further up on the pitch in each position and basically gave them minimum mixed passing and maximum first notch of direct. The results have been stunning so far, but the play as well. I can even say that players don't get tired that much even though the tempo slider is maxed out.
For me this is an experiment and I treat it as such, I'm not trying to say that Marcelo's tactic is not working, its working great I'm just interested in improving whats already very good. So if you are ever coming back to FM13 I will recommend doing some experiments maybe on your old success tactics or new ones that you maybe create. I think its quite interesting, for me a new way of looking at the sliders but in all honesty not very clear in terms of understanding them. Now I feel I have to research all the sliders to get a whole picture.
It's an offspring of the 4-4-2 tripletweak. I haven't been able to do extensive testing yet, other than testing when tweaking in some reference matches i have picked out (against hard opponents). I use match prep defensive positioning, but I haven't experimented at all with it, so it might be better with att.pos or others.Will look into this one! - is this an offspring of 451 tripple tweak or the 4-4-2?
Do you have any results with it?
What match prep do you use?
looking forward to look at it cheers
Oh I'm really sorry.... I meant to say: When I tell my assistant manager to "pick my team" he plays Ibra at Inside Forward.... Matuidi at STCL.... and Cavani at DMCL. I am pretty sure your formation doesn't want the players I stated at those formations....I never attend those meetings at all. They all suck at giving advice