ZaZ - Blue 3.0

Author :  ZaZ

Football Manager 2021 TACTIC

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Alexis said: Thank you very much for your quick reply!! So I'm guessing the same goes for team instructions? For example, if you did not turn on 'play for set pieces' in your tactic, but my assistant tells me my squad has very good set piece takers, I still should not turn on 'play for set pieces', and just trust your tactic 100%?

Just leave the instructions as they are, because changing them will reduce your team performance. This tactic will give you lots of opportunities for set pieces even without play for set pieces, so a good set piece taker will allow you to score lots of goals that way, anyway.

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ZaZ said: For your first question, changing player positions will have a negative impact in the tactic. Some changes are less bad, while others will make this tactic way worse. If you want to change formation, I would rather recommend you to filter a tactic in that formation from the table, since tactics are usually optimized to a specific shape.

About your second question, there is no much difference between natura and accomplished, but anything below that is not worth using yet. Train them to the new position and maybe let them play as subs, and they should become accomplished in around six months (from completely untrained).

About your last question, keeping the tactic instructions is more important than the quality of your player. I mean, I don't even pay much attention to most stats, I usually only look at pace, acceleration, agility and dribbling (for attacking players) or jumping reach (for defending players), since those are the attributes that impact the most on performance.


Thank you very much for your quick reply!! So I'm guessing the same goes for team instructions? For example, if you did not turn on 'play for set pieces' in your tactic, but my assistant tells me my squad has very good set piece takers, I still should not turn on 'play for set pieces', and just trust your tactic 100%?

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Alexis said: Hi, I have some questions. Is it really important to keep this formation for the tactic to work, or can I put the same team instructions on a 4-2-3-1 or 4-3-3, for example, if I prefer those formations? Will the tactic lose a lot of its effectiveness, or will it still be successful?

Same with player roles and instructions. For example, if I put a good, but not great player who is natural in the SS-At role, will he be better than a great player who is only accomplished or competent in that role?

And if, in the player instructions, you tell a player for example to "run with ball often", but my player is bad at running with ball (10 or less), is it important to keep the instruction that you added, or should I take it off for that player? (in other words, what is more important for the effectiveness of the tactic, the capability of the player for that instruction, or the instruction itself?)

I hope I was clear!


For your first question, changing player positions will have a negative impact in the tactic. Some changes are less bad, while others will make this tactic way worse. If you want to change formation, I would rather recommend you to filter a tactic in that formation from the table, since tactics are usually optimized to a specific shape.

About your second question, there is no much difference between natura and accomplished, but anything below that is not worth using yet. Train them to the new position and maybe let them play as subs, and they should become accomplished in around six months (from completely untrained).

About your last question, keeping the tactic instructions is more important than the quality of your player. I mean, I don't even pay much attention to most stats, I usually only look at pace, acceleration, agility and dribbling (for attacking players) or jumping reach (for defending players), since those are the attributes that impact the most on performance.

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Hi, I have some questions. Is it really important to keep this formation for the tactic to work, or can I put the same team instructions on a 4-2-3-1 or 4-3-3, for example, if I prefer those formations? Will the tactic lose a lot of its effectiveness, or will it still be successful?

Same with player roles and instructions. For example, if I put a good, but not great player who is natural in the SS-At role, will he be better than a great player who is only accomplished or competent in that role?

And if, in the player instructions, you tell a player for example to "run with ball often", but my player is bad at running with ball (10 or less), is it important to keep the instruction that you added, or should I take it off for that player? (in other words, what is more important for the effectiveness of the tactic, the capability of the player for that instruction, or the instruction itself?)

I hope I was clear!

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the best

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RDFTactics said: Tested your tactic and it did NOT disappoint! Well done on a great tactic



Thank you!

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Tested your tactic and it did NOT disappoint! Well done on a great tactic

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Cazador said: @ZaZ : Do IWBs need to have different side strong foot than the side they are playing on? Eg: Right IWB needs to be stronger on the Left foot?

It's not important. Your assistant manager will give them less stars if they have same foot as side, but his opinion doesn't have any effect and you can safely ignore it.

Strong foot is needed to either cross (same side) or shoot (inverted), but IWB doesn't do any of those. In the end, it just makes it easier to pass the ball to flanks or center, but since the tactic is balanced to either direction, it doesn't make much difference at all.

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@ZaZ : Do IWBs need to have different side strong foot than the side they are playing on? Eg: Right IWB needs to be stronger on the Left foot?

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dingus said: what makes all these 0 striker formations so good this patch? i feel like they won't be so good for long

Well, this is it for FM21. Maybe it will change on FM22, but there won't be any more match engine patches for this version.

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what makes all these 0 striker formations so good this patch? i feel like they won't be so good for long

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Babyzz said: Those wingers. Just use normal wingers? Or like defenders who make winger?

Normal wingers with lots of pace, acceleration, agility and dribbling.

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Those wingers. Just use normal wingers? Or like defenders who make winger?

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ZaZ said: I understand nothing of turkish, but thanks!

i know but ur tactics using by so many turkish players :angel:

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alp said: hello, i made a Turkish test video of your tactic, you can reach it here if you want



I understand nothing of turkish, but thanks!

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hello, i made a Turkish test video of your tactic, you can reach it here if you want

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CBond90 said: Is it just the case of copying the tactic as we see it in the screenshots or am I being stupid & there's a download link I'm missing?
Thanks.


Click "Tactic Source", then you will see the download in the first post. The tactics folder is "Documents\Sports Interactive\Football Manager 2021\tactics".

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Is it just the case of copying the tactic as we see it in the screenshots or am I being stupid & there's a download link I'm missing?
Thanks.

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Poacher said: WOW... 7.2! :love:

Best tactic of FM20 also got 7.2. Hopefully we can get even better in FM21!

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WOW... 7.2! :love:

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