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    Change Manager Style

    I noticed under the manager section that it says my managers preferred formation is 5-3-2 and his preferred style is hard defending. Is it possible to change that? If not does it effect anything during game play, like the type of players that are more likely to be produced by my academy.
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    Me too..

    Always wondered about that!

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    I came back from a long break, and my previous style was hard defending before I quit. I've almost finished 2 seasons in my comeback and will look at my pf to see if there has been a difference at all in manager style

    Will update soon. Cheers.
    Titles: 2 cups, 2 leagues, no CL.

    All-Time:
    Most Appearances: Frank Mohanta: 252 (DL/DC)
    Most Goals: Stuart "Canadian Jesus" Harding: 99 (ST)
    Most Assists: Frank Mohanta: 70 (DL/DC)

    Current Season:
    (to be updated later)

    "No one ever has ever defended anything successfully, there is only attack and attack and attack some more."
    - George S. Patton

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    Quote Originally Posted by scsocr3 View Post
    I noticed under the manager section that it says my managers preferred formation is 5-3-2 and his preferred style is hard defending. Is it possible to change that? If not does it effect anything during game play, like the type of players that are more likely to be produced by my academy.
    I've never played hard defending, but apparently, that's my preferred style!

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    Has no effect.
    Just cosmetic.
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