Show me a single decent counter tactic in these forums. Right, there is none, had to build it all up from scratch.well it look like your back to your old ways i see the tac you are on about is a very good tac and where on his post did he say it would work for a lower team all you have to do is use another tac till you build your team up like i did with my san marino team then give it a go just cos you could not get it to work there is no need to have a go at the guy like i could not get this tac to work but do you see me come on here and say its **** if you dont like it just move on end of
get over yourself just cos you cant get it to workShow me a single decent counter tactic in these forums. Right, there is none, had to build it all up from scratch.
I see counter Juve tactics with short passing (?!?!?!?!) and very fluid, when did you last see bonucci attacking ? The sole guy that ventures in attack was chiellini and his movement is defined in game by ppm. So most of the tactics here are a joke.
But guess i`ll have to open another topic about those, which i will.
Haha, with my tactic i have 140 goal difference, 14 goals received the whole season.get over yourself just cos you cant get it to work
Never mind him kitchin75. He spoke in this forum as though he's a REAL football manager ala Pep Guardiola in REAL life; or he's employed by Miles Jacobson to test the ME. So he knew ME just as he learnt how to talk and walk on his first day on earth. Our views or approvals are not needed.get over yourself just cos you cant get it to work
which tacic do you have a goal difference like that with?I would not play this in counter.
I would typically set a formation with wingers, a good aerial header target man, then "play narrow" to allow your team to stay compact in defense and to force the opposition play wider (assuming you got better wingers/wingbacks), exploit the flanks (wingers that are instructed to "run forward" when off the ball via pi or ppm).
go route one can be good for counters, providing the fact that you got good passers back or good movement forwards/wingers forward. Pump ball into box or hit early crosses should also be useful, i tipically instruct my full backs to cross (better crossing than central defs ehm)
I`ll try to make a counter tactic later this evening, quite busy atm.
Haha, with my tactic i have 140 goal difference, 14 goals received the whole season.
It works flawlessly, mate. (H)
Down the page, original first post.Wheres the link for the tactic
You can`t play tiki taka with any team. You need specific players for that. Either youngsters you develop or types of players you buy. Why ?If you can create a tactic that can make any team play like Barcelona and succeed - you're the man.
Have tried this tactic with mid table teams like Southampton and Stade Rennais. Did not work particularly well.
The ME hates tiki taka.
In my team he`s the second goalscorer. Make sure you got the right ppms and/or leg for that guy.I plugged this into a new Newcastle save I started, where I plan to only buy English and develop youth and it ended up saving me from getting sacked. I don't score bucket loads of goals, but it's sound and usually only concede to some corners here or there.
Going to train my youth specifically for this tactic, brought on Will Hughes and Tom Huddlestone in the winter. Would you train youth in the positions in which they'll be playing?
Also, through about 10 games or so the right winger seems all but useless and barely rates about 6.2 every match. Will dropping him to AMR/IF jack things up or?