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Publish Date : 2021-05-18 16:54:28


Mengenang Gol Salto Widodo C Putro, Ini Sosok Putra Papua Yang Beri Umpan Cantik

Player duties influence our attacking shape in 2-ways:

* More attacking mentalities will - other factors remaining equal - take up more attacking positions on the field.
* Roles associated with different duties have different profiles for attacking movement. * Roles associated with an Attack duty are more likely to get further forward. * Roles associated with an Defend duty are more likely to hold position. * Roles associated with a Support duty are typically open to customise.

How does this influence our Attack and Transition from Attack to Defence phase?

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* Attack * Instructing players with Support or Attack duty to get forward more determines Attacking shape. => Next, we'll use specific Roles and PIs to get players into specific positions.

* Transition from Attack to Defence * What happens in the key moment we are attacking - with players committed forward in our attacking shape - and we lose the ball?
* Instructing players with Defend or Support duty to hold position means they remain in their defensive position guarding against opposition counter-attack.

Understanding this we assign players duties depending on:

1. Whether they should be: * Positive yet, sensible. * Attacking * All-out-Attack

2. Whether they should: * Get forward in attack * Stay back

Implementing characteristics we see employed by Bielsa, we can implement:

* Aggressively commit players forward with attacking runs from deep.
* Attacking players wide, stretching the opposition and creating width.
* Use a holding midfield shield to circulate possession and protect from counter attacks.

Across all 3 formations, players perform similar duties despite taking up different positions on the pitch.

* Central Defenders (Defend or Cover) * Positive yet sensible mentality
* Stay back in attack

* Wingbacks (Support) * Attacking mentality
* Get forward in attack, providing width

* Inverted Wingbacks (Support) * Attacking mentality
* Neutral movement, naturally moving into midfield.

* Holding Midfielders (Defend) * Positive yet sensible mentality
* Stay back in attack

* Advanced midfielder (Support) * Attacking mentality
* Get forward in attack

* Wingers (Support) * Attacking mentality
* Get forward in attack, providing width

* Inside Forwards (Support) * Attacking mentality
* Get forward in attack, naturally coming inside

* Striker (Support) * Positive yet balanced mentality > Strikers on Support always have a lower mentality than other players on Support, conversely Strikers in Attack are more attacking than others.
* Move into channels creating space

We avoid Attacking duties in an Attacking mentality as:

1. We want to attack as a unit.
2. The mentality is simply too extreme. Chasing a lead maybe but playing all-season trying to score at all-costs is an unnecessary risk.

Step 6: Player Roles and Instructions

Player roles are the icing on the proverbial cake. Player roles are simple. They are nothing more than a pre-set combination of Player Instructions, the name is just a label.

In most cases, after selecting Duty you will be left with a handful of options. Your decision simply comes down to:

* Do you want this player to be a Playmaker / Target Man?
* Do the Player Instructions associated the role, suit the player and fit your tactical requirements. * If not, are they customisable?

Not sure we need to walk through every decision, but let's give one example.

We already know that my Striker is going to be in the Centre Forward position and playing a Support role, which leaves me 5-options:

* Deep-Lying Forward
* Target Man
* Complete Forward
* Defensive Forward
* False 9

Process of elimination:

1. Do I want a Target Man?
-> No, I tried it and don't like the long-balls.
2. Do I want my Striker to Dribble More?
-> No, my primary striker is 35 and his dribbling is 11.
3. Do I prefer more or less risky passes?
-> More, as he is drifting off and has attacking runners all around him.

Hello, Deep-Lying Forward + Move into Channels.

Don't forget to set your Goalkeeper distribution. In this case, to the centre backs!

Step 7: Auxiliary Team Instructions

If the last step was the icing, these are the candles.

Finally, we have the remainder of the Team Instructions screen which we bypassed earlier.

* Offside trap?
* Tighter Marking?
* Tackling Instructions?
* Passing Instructions?
* Retain Possession?
* Creative Freedom?
* Final 3rd instructions?
* Crossing?
* Dribbling?
* Freedom of movement?

There are two issues people trip over with Team Instructions:

1. Lots of them are redundant, ignored or unspecific?
-> In an Attacking / Very Fluid system, is more creative freedom going to do anything?
-> How much is more, anyway? 2 is more than 1, so is 999,999,999.
2. Lots have unclear side effects.
-> Retain possession, and play out of defence change passing and tempo settings.
-> Focus passing through the middle and look for overlap impact the individual Mentality of related players.

My advice:

1. Treat them as an intermediate level area of the Tactics Creator.
=> Employ them if you know what you're doing
=> If you're struggling then keep it simple
2. Watch a few games first.
=> Do you need to employ a particular instruction to improve play?
=> If yes, watch a few more games and see if it does the trick.

In this case our Attacking mentality meant that players were prone to shooting from long range more than I liked during pre-season, so I addedWork the Ball into the Box.

Overview

There we have it. We have used the tactics creator to create:

* Marcelo Bielsa's high-octane attacking football. * Fast-attacking transitions.
* "Verticality"
* High-intensity pressing.

* Applying this style in 3-variants:

Apologies for a long post. The purpose is to explain decisions in simple way that people can apply to their own tactics. Look at this as a walk-through ahead of a guide I intend to put together around the release of Football Manager 2018.

Due to travel commitments I am out of time for now, but the next post is reserved for:

1. Match engine analysis
2. Info on the squad

For those who like inverted wingbacks and diamonds, here's a pre-view:

Can't give an ETA at this moment as it's subject to finding time.

Attacking Movement

Going back to the 4-phases of football:

* Defence
* Transition from Defence to Attack
* Attack
* Transition from Attack to Defence

We have already defined our strategy for defence and the transition from defence into attack.



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