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Thread: Man-to-Man Marking and Offside Trao

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    Man-to-Man Marking and Offside Trao

    Good day managers!

    Please I am sorry to bother anyone but I really need explanation on two things and their relationship.

    There was a time I was to play a team that has monster players. So somebody advised that I play man-to-man marking rather than hard tackling and to also on my offside trap.

    Now my question is, can man-to-man marking be used in place of hard tackling? And also what relationship does man-to-man marking has with offside trap?

    Kindly give your candid advice and suggestion as it will help me in getting along with the game.

    Thanking you in Advance.

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    With man to man marking your every player closely marks certain player and follows him everywhere. Hard tackling stops more opponent attacks but probably they are going to have more freekicks and you can get more cards.
    I personally never you offside with man to man marking. Use offside when you attacking with zonal marking (+works the best with 3 fast defenders) but avoid if opponent has attacking mid/s.
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