Striker Paradise

by leopfv, 23 days, 20 hours ago
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Author: leopfv
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Hi! Hope this one can be tested... :angel: ;)

It's a tweak from the V4 of this site: https://www.playgm.cn/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=944781&extra=page%3D1%26filter%3Dtypeid%26typeid%3D560

Your strikes gonna love it... and you too!

Tests in hollyday mode...

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the tatic!

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Juve

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Hey can you upload the squad page. Wanna see how the rest of the team performed, who provided the most assists, how the other false nines performed...

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hamsikarmino said: Hey can you upload the squad page. Wanna see how the rest of the team performed, who provided the most assists, how the other false nines performed...

Sorry my friend, but a just ran it in hollyday and take the screenshots. But you can have an idea of the assists in the league table screen!

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Bayern... Lewa almost got 100...

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Very impressive with Liverpool, undefeated in the league, won the treble and Salah scored 97 goals in all comps. Well done :thup:

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CBP87 said: Very impressive with Liverpool, undefeated in the league, won the treble and Salah scored 97 goals in all comps. Well done :thup:

Thanks for testing it! Very glad you like it!

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Not for big teams and great players only... behold Lucas Di Yorio and the Everton de ViƱa del Mar!

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I have noticed that strikers with good heading ability ( tall , jumbing and heading) are the best for the AF role do you agree or i should give more oppurtonities to fast players?

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nator said: I have noticed that strikers with good heading ability ( tall , jumbing and heading) are the best for the AF role do you agree or i should give more oppurtonities to fast players?

If he has a good finishing atribute don't know why you shouldn't try... tell us how it works!

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leopfv said: If he has a good finishing atribute don't know why you shouldn't try... tell us how it works!

After some matches I am sure that tall players are better . Its because they score a lot from corners but also because they get crosses from fullbacks. My striker has 14 goals in 5 matches

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PSG... I couldn't resist...:angel: :devil:

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nator said: After some matches I am sure that tall players are better . Its because they score a lot from corners but also because they get crosses from fullbacks. My striker has 14 goals in 5 matches

I have to disagree with you I'm afraid, Mbappe has 7 heading and still managed 91 goals. Salah isn't a tall player at all and managed 97 goals.

Not saying it won't work with tall players, but I don't think its as important as you're making out

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CBP87 said: I have to disagree with you I'm afraid, Mbappe has 7 heading and still managed 91 goals. Salah isn't a tall player at all and managed 97 goals.

Not saying it won't work with tall players, but I don't think its as important as you're making out


Maybe you are right because my new striker Simon Adingra who isnt good at heading but he is fast  perform better than my previeus

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the cousin...;)

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A stronger pacey striker playing in the middle as AF is an advantage. Ricky-Jade Jones in my Wrexham save plays the middle AF role and scored 19 in 15 league games and 23 in 23 games overall. League One through half season.



Wrexham scored 73 goals in 23 games (half season). For your reference the champion of League One in the previous season (Derby) scored a total of 70 goals whole season and won the league.



Formation has extremely high intensity and is therefore very demanding on players. I suggest adjusting training intensity to as follows to keep players fresh and minimize injuries:



The two F9 on either side can be re-trained from AML and AMR. Run down flanks and move into channel traits would be a huge advantage.

Many cards each game (but surprisingly few red ones). Reduced number of fouls if players get full familiarity with the formation (as in all cases). So priority is to train tactical familiarity (tactics, teamwork and match review).

I am pleasantly surprised at both the few red cards and also goals conceded (even though on very attacking mentality) although I think this may have to do with the fact that: (i) going hard does not mean going dirty; and (ii) very attacking mentality and pressing intensity force your opponents backwards and give them fewer chances to attack or keep possession which in turn reduce the goal threats. Of course there will still be goals scored against you and a lot too if your two BPD are not up to standard.

The most surprising thing this formation has for me is the use of CWB on attack. I have never used a CWB before and I always have doubts over how this role works. But it works wonders. The player is just everywhere down the flank. When on attack he is a winger going to byline to cross. When on defence he is a FB pressing on the opponent's wingers. Make sure you have two players (at least) for each side for CWB - need full rotation.

Attack play gradually becomes a bit monotonous - but who cares.

Great high scoring formation.

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JTC said: The most surprising thing this formation has for me is the use of CWB on attack. I have never used a CWB before and I always have doubts over how this role works. But it works wonders. The player is just everywhere down the flank. When on attack he is a winger going to byline to cross. When on defence he is a FB pressing on the opponent's wingers. Make sure you have two players (at least) for each side for CWB - need full rotation.

I feel like the RCWB does more than the LCWB. Maybe because of the AP and the Mez roles affecting the play abit. In a game i see alot coming from the right side than the left where the RCWB has the utmost freedom and dribbles more often even from deep.

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JTC said: A stronger pacey striker playing in the middle as AF is an advantage. Ricky-Jade Jones in my Wrexham save plays the middle AF role and scored 19 in 15 league games and 23 in 23 games overall. League One through half season.



Wrexham scored 73 goals in 23 games (half season). For your reference the champion of League One in the previous season (Derby) scored a total of 70 goals whole season and won the league.



Formation has extremely high intensity and is therefore very demanding on players. I suggest adjusting training intensity to as follows to keep players fresh and minimize injuries:



The two F9 on either side can be re-trained from AML and AMR. Run down flanks and move into channel traits would be a huge advantage.

Many cards each game (but surprisingly few red ones). Reduced number of fouls if players get full familiarity with the formation (as in all cases). So priority is to train tactical familiarity (tactics, teamwork and match review).

I am pleasantly surprised at both the few red cards and also goals conceded (even though on very attacking mentality) although I think this may have to do with the fact that: (i) going hard does not mean going dirty; and (ii) very attacking mentality and pressing intensity force your opponents backwards and give them fewer chances to attack or keep possession which in turn reduce the goal threats. Of course there will still be goals scored against you and a lot too if your two BPD are not up to standard.

The most surprising thing this formation has for me is the use of CWB on attack. I have never used a CWB before and I always have doubts over how this role works. But it works wonders. The player is just everywhere down the flank. When on attack he is a winger going to byline to cross. When on defence he is a FB pressing on the opponent's wingers. Make sure you have two players (at least) for each side for CWB - need full rotation.

Attack play gradually becomes a bit monotonous - but who cares.

Great high scoring formation.


thanks for the superb feedback!!! :love:

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lucca

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Next Liverpool's golden boy

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what kind of player makes best f9?

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wixta79 said: what kind of player makes best f9?

I would say have a look at players similar to Harry Kane, probably not going to find one with similar attribute values so probably drop attributes by -2

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CBP87 said: I would say have a look at players similar to Harry Kane, probably not going to find one with similar attribute values so probably drop attributes by -2

so more of a complete forward? was thinking of converting a couple of my wingers

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wixta79 said: so more of a complete forward? was thinking of converting a couple of my wingers

You can try it, just train them as F9s in individual training. Focus on players with food dribbling, first touch, passing, technique, composure, decisions, off the ball, vision, acceleration and agility.

you essentially want a creative forward, below are the results of the above attributes set at 14, I would probably look no lower than 13 in each hey attribute

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This is brilliant, loving it!
AF scores loads no matter who it is!

Everyone ive tested with the AF is top scorer in that league, I've tried Benteke, Weghorst, Welbeck... all top scored the prem lol

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this tactic is great

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abdullah said: this tactic is great

Fantastic! Thanks for testing

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