4-1-2-1-2 narrow diamond
diamond 4-1-2-1-2 narrow -Dabei waren Begegnungen zwischen Mannschaften derselben Gruppe und desselben Landesverbandes ausgeschlossen. Follow Us Facebook Twitter Newsletter. I do like Pedro though, and would rather see him come on than Navas. He had less than 1, Twitter followers when the weekend began. Zuvor bestand auch das Finale aus Hin- und Rückspiel im jeweils eigenen Stadion der Endspielteilnehmer. First cause you said in game 1 Italy played with 3 mids, they were actually 6, de rossi on D and the FB acting as midfielders and because u said Spain had trouble in midfield. Es tut uns leid, aber es scheint ein Problem mit Ihren Anmeldedetails zu geben. The second would be the pirlo-cassano relation, can pirlo find cassano quickly enough for a proper counter attack? Getting him free is the key, and if de Rossi has to drop in and allow Pirlo forward, Italy will use that approach too. Magazine Basic theme designed by Themes by bavotasan.
The main difference is the role of the two extra midfielders. In one variation, they play as wide midfielders and in the other, as central midfielders.
One of the main strengths of this formation is that it accommodates two strikers. In modern football, many teams often sacrifice a striker for a midfielder to try gain control of games and to increase defensive strength.
By sacrificing control in a certain area of the pitch, it allows a team to play two strikers which will often be against two centre backs thus reducing the battle to that of individual skill.
The formation allowed Liverpool to get the best out of two very good strikers; their goals fired them to a 2nd place finish even though they conceded 50 goals, only 3 less than Hull City who finished 16th.
The wide version of this formation ensures attacking presence in the wide areas, with two strikers to cross the ball to.
Furthermore, it is very easy for this formation to be turned into the standard which when deployed effectively can be very hard to break down and is a tactic often used by coaches in difficult away games.
The main strength of this variation is in central midfield. With the 4 midfielders, teams will often outnumber their opposition which will give them greater control of the game and a large share of possession.
This control in midfield will then give the full-backs the opportunities to push forward further to try and contribute to an attacking move.
Therefore the supply to the strikers will not only come from the central midfielders but also the full-backs giving the attacks more variety and therefore making the entire attacking unit harder to defend against.
A common occurrence when playing a single defensive midfielder is the centre-backs splitting, the full-backs pushing up the pitch and the defensive midfielder dropping in between the centre-backs to receive the ball and start the attacks.
All a team has to do is man-mark the defensive midfielder and press high on the full-backs. A great example of this is Steven Gerrard at the start of the season.
The year before he had re-invented himself as the deep lying player maker, his legs were not what they once were and this forced him to adapt his style of play.
The main weakness of this formation is the lack of a central midfield, which in turn could lead to the opposition gaining complete control of the game.
This formation is usually quite attack minded, especially if the fullbacks push too far forward, which increases the chance of them being caught on the counter attack.
Is it possible to have this tactic? I'm Italian, if I'm sorry, please excuse me! Alla multa voglio solista Vincere e non mi importa venire Basta Switch to i giocatori vengo Nella foto e contengono.
Im Italian If I write badly, excuse me! If I write badly, excuse me! Originally Posted by victhai. I don't know what you are trying to say as my Italian is not good either.
You can download the tactic on the opening page. So go to the first page Azzuri! Non So Che cosa si sta Cercando di dire venire il mio italiano non e buono neanche.
Quindi, Andare alla prima pagina Azzuri! Ok thanks, but the where can i find it? Originally Posted by All Blacks. You can't find it anywhere. I just change the players around in the game, after 80 minutes.
Attachment Attachment Beside Dolberg none of my striker's suited Complete forward so I took you're advide and got Fast strikers with good finishing.
Originally Posted by Fkleppe. Hi Batigol, when you go down to ten men what changes you do? As I said earlier I would test and come back. Now I have tested for 1,5 of a season.
The thing is that I feel the tactic is alot better if I use counter and defensive, than control etc. The negative with it is that it uses complete forwards which is hard to come by.
Originally Posted by Bojinov. I'll probably end up in second place and everybody is unhappy because I have 22 great players who all want to play.
I'm a little fed up with Cardiff and need an new challenge In real life Sunderland got relegated 20th place and David Moyes left the club.
Contact Us Home Page Top. The time now is Image resizer by SevenSkins. Both the full backs are rated in the top four players in the division in terms of average rating.
This works even better against teams that employ a narrow formation as I flood the midfield. HB - This is the guy that makes it all possible, moving back in to defense when the full backs push forward.
He has good attributes for heading, marking, tackling and positioning. AM - This is the conundrum in this formation.
I don't really know what to do with this guy, and he sticks out as my poorest performer. I play him using an AM role, rather than a TQ or an EN, because with two forwards, I want need him to contribute defensively, but he doesn't really have the attributes that complement this.
Thoughts are welcomed on what to do with him. Generally they're pretty good and will make space intelligently when the ball is within 15 yards of them, but I've seen plenty of instances too where the AM and the DLF are on one another's toes.
Forwards - I've suffered from some wasteful finishing it has to be said, and therefore my goals for column isn't what it might be, so I'll be seeking to tweak this next season.
I am asking a lot of my players, particularly in midfield and at full back. It's important that these players have good teamwork, work rate and natural fitness which mine do.
I employ a high line too, so my defenders all have a decent amount of pace and positioning. I use 'shorter passing' as I want to play through midfield, having some good passers of the ball in there.
I generally use 'exploit middle' but change this to 'exploit flanks' if the opposition are weak there.
Finally, I use 'play wider'. This is obviously a very narrow formation with the exception of the full backs, and when they're pushed on I'm open to a ball played into that area.
With 'play wider' in place though, when my HB drops in, it pushes my CBs a little further out to provide cover.
On top of this, my DLP and my CM will often go and close down wide players if the opposition are building a more patient attack.
So far so good, but if I get promoted as I should from this position, next season will be a much tougher prospect.
Any thoughts on how this might be improved? Anything I should watch out for? I'm not an expert at this, so I'm pretty happy to have found a system which for the moment at least appears to work nicely.
Happy to field questions on this, but don't be mad if I respond with a load of rubbish! The HB role is a real eye-opener. I remember years ago people trying to get a DM to do exactly what you have your HB doing, through crazy slider manipulation and whatnot.
Great to see it working for you. Been struggling to get this setup to work defensively trying most roles but this have been working great for half a season now.
Tried the narrow with Juve in FM13 and I had a lot of problems with it. Lots of low-scoring draws. I think quality attacking fullbacks are absolutely necessary to make this work.
Not sure if it's just the ME or if this mirrors RL but relying on the front 3 to create goals through the middle was very hit-or-miss.
First, I made a couple of tweaks to the roles. I've also employed a sweeper-keeper. The idea here is to pen the opponents in their half, with a high line utilising the offside trap.
My thinking there is that with the current defending issues, the further the game is played from my goal, the better it's also not a bad general rule either, to be fair.
I started a new save, with the same team Silkeborg. My first game was a friendly defeat, which left me fearing the worst. Since then though, things have picked up.
I even managed to go four games on the spin without conceding a goal.