Hello FM people,
Last week I made a short competition for free Steam codes between FM Crowd bloggers asking them to write articles about FM 13 tactics. It’s already over. I believe this stuff can be helpful to you because the guys described several interesting tactical approaches there. I’d like to share links on their FM 13 tactics here.
The tactics was successfully tested on two clubs: Socheaux and Southampton. What I liked the most is analysis of how team defends and attacks via example of Premier League match against Arsenal.
Read more at FM-Manager blog.
2. Rams to the Slaughter
Macshimidh who manages Derby County and writes about it to his FM Crowd blog surprized me with an unusual formation of 1 DMC and 3 central strikers. Though it’s his ‘plan B’ tactical approach. The main tactics is classic 4-4-2 turned into 4-2-2-2 by moving wing midfielders to winger positions.
Read more at Rams to the Slaughter.
Splash blog author insisted on attacking approach in his post. “Attack is the best form of defense” as a proverb says. He stated that the 4-1-2-2-1 and the 4-2-3-1 were the most efficient formations since Football Manager 2011.
Read more at Splash.
The last but not least there is 4-3-2-1 formation with attacking and defensive principles. Short but nice article shows interesting experience of its author in FM 13.
Read more at Honeywell17.
So what’s your opinion of the posted tactical approaches? Which article or tactics is the best here?
Excited to blog for you,
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