Today I present to you the emulation of mister Andreazzoli.
A clear game system, 4-3-1-2, supported by a well-defined team structure; from the goalkeeper, Vicar, to the median, up to the tip. A very mobile team.
Andreazzoli's guys build from the bottom most of the time, they love playing vertically, with the strikers tending, one to meet the ball, and the other attacking the space behind the opposing rearguard.
In the possession phase, the so-called "chains" make the difference, thanks to a dense series of rhombuses and triangles that are created between the mid-wings, the tips and the outsides, the Tuscans often come to serve the attacking midfielder who can invent for the tips.
However, the search for the fund for the cross in the area remains a strong point.
Non-possession phase - Empoli have a defensive system devoted to pressing, it is no coincidence that they are the first for pressing actions on the opponent's trocar. A pressure oriented to push the opponent in possession of the ball to the outside where individual and one-on-one pressures can be triggered.
Thanks to the diamond-shaped midfield, the Tuscans suffer more from sudden game changes, in consideration of the fact that often, both the two strikers and the trocar remain above the line of the game.
This is with regard to the analysis of reality while the explanation of FM's tactics can be found in the video.
I tested this tactic as I always do without making the transfer without special training and without ever changing the module settings neither before nor during the race and these are the results
4th in the league with 74 points, 81 goals scored (2 best attack in Serie A) and 53 conceded (many as Andreazzoli teaches).