Okay, this is mostly to update the previous download-topic. I’ve come a long way since the last time I uploaded a few tactics and I felt the need to share them with you. The last downloads are almost exclusively wide formations, I have since moved on to a formation with 3 AMC’s. These are the versions I tend to use a lot now.

Download 1; a narrow 3 AMC tactic, but not entirely defensively stable. You do get some lovely fluid attacking football.

Download 2; a narrow 3 AMC tactic, but far more stable. Ideal blend between defence and attack. Features a Targetganche.


Guido

Guido is the founding father of Strikerless and main nutjob running the show.

4 Comments

Hugsy · May 6, 2014 at 4:46 pm

I tought you were at version 8 already…Maybe im wrong?

Couple of questions,
Whats with automatic roles? Maybe support would give you a better stable defense?
And I notice your left CM have somes individuals settings, do you use someone faster and with better dribbles in that position? maybe he goes foward and exploit the spaces the CB usually leaves?

Thank you

    strikerlessguido · May 6, 2014 at 5:03 pm

    I am on v8, indeed. V7 was a failed experiment and I am not yet 100% happy with V8 to release it yet, hence only V5 and V6.

    The automatic roles were supposed to make players contribute to all phases more, as well as make me more flexible when I changed styles during a game.

    The left CM is supposed to be a Central Winger and this is my take on making it work. It’s indeed the idea that he runs at defenders and exploits space as well as creating space for the overlapping CWB.

Hugsy · May 7, 2014 at 6:11 pm

I see, so for left CM you use a attacking CM, who can create, and pass with quality and have speed i suppose, and what about your right CM? maybe a more defensive one? who can still give some creativity in middle?

thx

    strikerlessguido · May 7, 2014 at 6:13 pm

    I prefer an all-rounder, someone who can do it all, but typically the right midfielder would hold back a bit more, create some sort of balance in the squad.

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