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    Faults

    In my last match the opponent constantly had FK and corners and eventually won with 0:2 I had more ball possession and played:
    normal tackle
    Force counter
    Short pass/second half long
    Offside on
    Attacking/second half hard attack
    Down both flanks
    Man to man

    How did this happen and what can I do about this our teams are equal quality and I dont want to play soft tackle cause then the opponent will have a little party

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    normal tackle
    Force counter
    Short pass/second half long
    Offside on
    Attacking/second half hard attack
    Down both flanks
    Man to man
    not the best orders
    counter works better with defense
    Offside works better with zonal

    and shots are more important than ball possession
    all above in theory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nikolgiorgos View Post
    counter works better with defense
    Offside works better with zonal
    This is basic football, i don't know if this works well in the game, but anyone that watches football should know it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonjm View Post
    This is basic football, i don't know if this works well in the game, but anyone that watches football should know it.
    Somehow real football tactics didnt work so I just tried something random

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonjm View Post
    This is basic football, i don't know if this works well in the game, but anyone that watches football should know it.
    I'll have you know that counter attack is most definitely not a defensive tactic in fact it's very often used by the big teams as a attacking tactic to break through a strong defense and it has never worked against me EVERY MANAGER SHOULD KNOW THIS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RageRocker View Post
    I'll have you know that counter attack is most definitely not a defensive tactic in fact it's very often used by the big teams as a attacking tactic to break through a strong defense and it has never worked against me EVERY MANAGER SHOULD KNOW THIS.
    You must be joking with this right? LOL

    "To deliver a return attack or make a return attack against."
    "The aim of this type of football is to catch the opponent on the "break". When they give away possession in midfield or attack, opposing players will tend to be further up the field than usual and may not be able to quickly adjust to a defensive mindset. Counter-attacking football may involve leaving one or two strikers near the half-way line in the hope that a through ball can be played to catch the opponent off guard. This parallels the long through ball tactic explained below. In the example, an attack by the black team has broken down and ended up in the hands of the white goalkeeper. By kicking a long through ball for the furthermost white player (left up there in the hope of this situation - this is the "break" mentioned above), the player has a chance of scoring as he should have evaded the defence if he is fast enough.

    In other cases, defenders and midfielders may join in the counter-attack, trying to outnumber or otherwise overtake the opposition by quick and intelligent movement and fast passes. Speed is an important factor both in attack and defence, as the probability of scoring decreases sharply when the opponent has managed to organise their defence. Chelsea under Jose Mourinho perfected this style of play. This tactic was utilised in the 2012 Champions League Semi-Final against Barcelona, in which Chelsea would cumulate the majority of their players at the goalpost, and have a lone striker in the form of Drogba or Ramires lead the counter-attack, which proved successful, allowing Chelsea to progress to the Final; they subsequently won the tournament. This type of game was displayed well by the quick, counter-attacking play of Germany in the 2010 FIFA World Cup and heavily utilized by Jose Mourinho's record-breaking Real Madrid in the 2011-12 La Liga."

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