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Thread: Is he a Striker?

  1. #21
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    Apr 2013
    Quote Originally Posted by Morgan O'Bree View Post
    One striker setups usually counts on goals from advanced Wingers or midfielders to have any effect. the 4-5-1 V ie, sees the AMS actually scoring a lot more than the striker since the striker is often used as assisting pole for the AM's overlaps.

    A real example would be Bayern Munchen, where Robben and Ribery has high scoring rates compared to the strikers.
    Absolutely agree!!

  2. #22
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    Dec 2012
    Quote Originally Posted by TheGunners View Post
    Last season in the first day I bought a very promising striker and as my formation uses only one ST I hoped he would score a lot of goals.. But it prooved he isn't much of a striker as he assists more than he scores lol. An indication: This season, in a total of 8 matches until now he scored 2 goals and assisted 7 ! Last season about the same, although I don't remember his statistics he was my best player in assists but he didn't score too many goals... So is he a striker? Do you think he is doing a good job or should I replace him? He is still young and a pretty good trainer so it is a tough decision...

    sometimes ST goal scoring rate is affected by the team format. like my team i use AML and AMR its always they score more than the striker

  3. #23
    Dreamer Keith Gaule's Avatar
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    May 2013
    It is amazing at times the difference between strikers. I mostly use 2, and always have one on the bench for going all out attack with 3 - one of them was fine when I bought him first. But he's not scored in a while, but he does assist the other 2. He's the one on the bench mostly, my super sub if you like. I never expect him to score [the odd goal he does net] but I'm confident he'll set one of the others up for a late goal, fine by me!

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