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how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??
« on: July 11, 2012, 12:11:19 AM »
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i always use 4-4-2 formation, if i use 4-3-3 formation i'd never play well, lost ball position n' little chance to score in the game..

how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??

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Re: how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??
« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2012, 05:58:55 AM »
Ive tried it a bunch of times, works well vs weak teams if u want high goal difference etc. I wouldnt advise you to use it vs experienced clubs tho

Basically you need strong midfield players for this with high passing skill at least.
Always enable counterattacking, the rest is depending on your and opponents team..

And dont set your forwards to attack more so they go back and help the midfield from time to time (all tho Im not sure if engine works like that here).





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Re: how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??
« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2012, 06:12:47 AM »
And dont set your forwards to attack more so they go back and help the midfield from time to time (all tho Im not sure if engine works like that here).

I'm pretty sure it does, though this depends on individual player aggression stat
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Re: how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??
« Reply #3 on: July 11, 2012, 07:57:45 AM »
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i always use 4-4-2 formation, if i use 4-3-3 formation i'd never play well, lost ball position n' little chance to score in the game..

how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??

THANK YOU
Change position plan from FC FC FC to FL FC FR

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Re: how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??
« Reply #4 on: July 11, 2012, 09:01:05 AM »
Ive tried it a bunch of times, works well vs weak teams if u want high goal difference etc. I wouldnt advise you to use it vs experienced clubs tho

Basically you need strong midfield players for this with high passing skill at least.
Always enable counterattacking, the rest is depending on your and opponents team..

And dont set your forwards to attack more so they go back and help the midfield from time to time (all tho Im not sure if engine works like that here).


OK Tanks, but what better strategy to use, whether to attack through the middle? wings? or mixed?

wich better about using the short passing or long passing?

And dont set your forwards to attack more so they go back and help the midfield from time to time (all tho Im not sure if engine works like that here).

I'm pretty sure it does, though this depends on individual player aggression stat

Thanks,  8)

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i always use 4-4-2 formation, if i use 4-3-3 formation i'd never play well, lost ball position n' little chance to score in the game..

how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??

THANK YOU
Change position plan from FC FC FC to FL FC FR

OK, thats for Forwards.. How About 3 MC, stick to MC MC MC or ML MC MR? what strategies can support it?
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« Last Edit: July 11, 2012, 09:39:33 AM by CarlosT »

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Re: how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??
« Reply #5 on: July 11, 2012, 09:40:37 AM »
empar_22 please, do not double/triple post, use the "Modify" button from now on.

I merged your messages this time, try to do that please  8)

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Re: how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??
« Reply #6 on: July 11, 2012, 10:33:07 AM »
CarlosT @ i'm sorry, i'm still new in this forum, so many things i still don't know..

thanks for your aware...!!  8)

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Re: how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??
« Reply #7 on: July 11, 2012, 11:03:43 AM »
CarlosT @ i'm sorry, i'm still new in this forum, so many things i still don't know..

thanks for your aware...!!  8)

i guess its same in all forums :-)

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Re: how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??
« Reply #8 on: July 11, 2012, 11:12:22 AM »
It depends on your tactics more than anything  ;)

With 4-3-3 you need to committe to a single style of play. You can play wide combined with lots of crossing, this will be the best attacking option but the worst defensive option. You can play central combined with short passing, this will be the worst attacking option but the best defensive option.

Either way, you need two solid CB's, a solid CF and depending on tactics a solid CM or two solid ML/MR
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Re: how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??
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Re: how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??
« Reply #10 on: April 14, 2013, 10:28:09 AM »
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i always use 4-4-2 formation, if i use 4-3-3 formation i'd never play well, lost ball position n' little chance to score in the game..

how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??

THANK YOU
Change position plan from FC FC FC to FL FC FR

Tried this and still lost.

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Re: how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??
« Reply #11 on: April 15, 2013, 11:24:36 AM »
this is not suitable as it depend on the rival formations and many other aspects
as advanced tactics and enough with only one to score many goals fc
This depends on the level, if high can save 3fc in that position
but more importantly in formations for me is to build arrivals.
if what achieve just one or two suffice to that convert

never put a 3 fc as to control the game, you need these opportunities and start from the middle in 3 situations
a pass is vital

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Re: how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??
« Reply #12 on: June 25, 2013, 12:03:14 AM »
Ive tried it a bunch of times, works well vs weak teams if u want high goal difference etc. I wouldnt advise you to use it vs experienced clubs tho

Basically you need strong midfield players for this with high passing skill at least.
Always enable counterattacking, the rest is depending on your and opponents team..

And dont set your forwards to attack more so they go back and help the midfield from time to time (all tho Im not sure if engine works like that here).

I think it only works with this setup.

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Re: how to make 4-3-3 formation become strong??
« Reply #13 on: June 27, 2013, 07:33:40 AM »
For the 4-3-3, you need a strong MC, MRL 
But remember this ... In this game are the most important Team instructions.

If you play Zone marking, you need players who play well Zone marking (MRL,MC,DMC,DRL,DC).
If the opponent plays Zone marking, you need players who play well against zones marking (FC,AMRL,AMC,MRL,MC).

Similarly, if you play More Roaming, you need agile players who play well More Roaming. (FC,AMRL,AMC,MRL,MC).
If the opponent plays More Roaming, you need players who are well-defended against such modes of play.

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So, this game is quite complex.
You have to make tactical and team instructions to his players.
But also, you have to predict how the opponent plays.

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