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    Need some explanation please

    What are the meanings of the arrows place on players and when there isn't an arrow what thus is mean . Red arrow

    Blue arrow
    No arrow

    What do the arrow represent ?

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    The arrows can have a very big impact on the result of the game. With a red arrow the player will be instructed to rush forward and play more aggressively. The blue arrow instructs him to fall back and help defend your half of the field. No arrow means that there are no specific instructions for the player and he will play as usual.
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    I use red arrows to my AML -AMR so they tend to play as peripheral strikers and score a lot, more than my ST (something like Neymar or C.Ronaldo).
    If I 'm playing with a very strong opponent with also two very good AML-AMR, maybe I 'll not use arrows in that case.

    * You can see more times the word "red" because in the old version that was the color of the "up" arrow
    ** A very useful thread to read here
    http://forum.topeleven.com/top-eleve...se-arrows.html
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    http://forum.topeleven.com/%CE%93%CE...%B4%CE%B1.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeeves View Post
    The arrows can have a very big impact on the result of the game. With a red arrow the player will be instructed to rush forward and play more aggressively. The blue arrow instructs him to fall back and help defend your half of the field. No arrow means that there are no specific instructions for the player and he will play as usual.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nikolgiorgos View Post
    I use red arrows to my AML -AMR so they tend to play as peripheral strikers and score a lot, more than my ST (something like Neymar or C.Ronaldo).
    If I 'm playing with a very strong opponent with also two very good AML-AMR, maybe I 'll not use arrows in that case.

    * You can see more times the word "red" because in the old version that was the color of the "up" arrow
    ** A very useful thread to read here
    http://forum.topeleven.com/top-eleve...se-arrows.html


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