Pelos prints reparei que és pt, parabens acho que ate agora e a melhor tatica do fm 18! Ansioso por experimentar! Consegues disponibilizar esse save do Liverpool pfv?1st Season @ Liverpool
First season ended at Liverpool. 125 years of the club, an year of glory with lots of Trophies and records broken on Premier League.
Not a perfect team, neither a perfect tactic. Sometimes we lost because players didn't made their job well or just because the opponent was better. Yes, sometimes a loss is not our fault is just better opponent efficiency. But, losses and goals against doesn't mean nothing if at the end we won the trophies. And Liverpool won them all. Even U23 and U18 squads, not managed by me, but using first team tactic, won them all.
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English Premier League
UEFA Champions League
The Emirates FA Cup
U23 Premier League 2 Divison One
U23 Premier League Cup
U23 Premier League International Cup
U18 UEFA Youth League
U18 PDL-1 North
U18 Premier League Cup
U18 FA Youth Challenge Cup
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Do you make any changes towards the end of the game to hold on to the lead?The Home tactic is set to attacking, also some instructions for the WM have been changed(no cut inside). Crosses have been set to "Low crosses".
The Away tactic is pretty much identical to the original, with changes to WM and low crosses.
I mostly train them according to tactic roles. WM's I train as Wide Midfielders, but this is just to try and get the green circles in tactic position. I might start training them as said in OP. All strikers I train as Complete Forwards.what do you do for individual training
Do you always only use home at home and away away or would you use the "home" tactic away at a lower league club in a cup tie for example?Yeah sometimes I use the Away version and set it to "contain" in order to run down the clock. I don't use anything else to "shut-up-shop".
I think you'll have to decide this yourself based upon how strong your team is. I use Home and Away accordingly. For a cup final I'll start with Away, and change it to attack if I need a goal.Do you always only use home at home and away away or would you use the "home" tactic away at a lower league club in a cup tie for example?
Also, what do you do at a neutral ground like in a cup final?