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Thread: use of the red and blue arrows

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    Mar 2013

    use of the red and blue arrows

    Can anyone advise me on how and when to use the red and blue arrows,please?red and blue

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    Apprentice gtmsnba13's Avatar
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    Feb 2013
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    I'm only a level 3, but as far as I'm concerned, they're used for how aggressive/conservative a player is during a match. Like, let's say you're playing three at the back and no one at Central Defensive Mid (CDM). I would either put blue arrows on both central midfielders or wing players to cover the space on defense. Or, if you're play style is to play the wings, you would use the red arrows on your Right Mid (RM) and Left Mid (LM) so they'll cross the ball more.

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    Dec 2012
    The official answer was that it moves the player forward or back one space. Wide mids with red arrows would play as wingers when you are attacking. With blue arrows, a DMC will play as a DC when defending, which I think doesn't sound quite right in practice. He stays back and shields the defence anyway.
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