Wanted to create something slightly different from the norm and ended up with a nice tactic with 3 Strikers (All AFs) and 3 CBs that seems to get nice results.

First Season (21/22) results are as follows:

Won the Premier League and the Champions League with Manchester United. Ronaldo was Top Goalscorer with 48 Goals (34 in League) in 57 Appearances (35 in League).

Won the Bundesliga and the Europa League with Borussia Dortmund. Haaland was Top Goalscorer with 42 Goals (32 in League) in 41 Appearances (26 in League).

I believe that this tactics works better for mid/top teams as seen in these examples. I think lower quality teams and those with slower CBs will struggle
I've been using this tactic in my journeyman save.

The striker (DLP) drops in and creates space for the wide players to penetrate defense.
The AM has been moved to a DLP to allow for nice killer balls to create chances.
2 BBMs provide both attacking and defensive coverage, which should allow the defense to be better protected when going forward.
Wingbacks allow for overlapping with the wingers if needed.

Have gotten pretty good results in my saves especially with Lyon this season(CdF and CL final).

Any suggestions for changes would be greatly appreciated