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Carlo Ancelotti's 4-3-3 FM15 Tactics

The tactics of Carlo Ancelotti for Football Manager 2015 to play like Real Madrid with lightning fast Counter Attacks. Created by

By on Jun 07, 2015   34711 views   4 comments
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FM 2015 Tactics - Carlo Ancelotti's 4-3-3 FM15 Tactics
Carlo is one of only 2 managers to ever win the European Championship on 3 separate occasions.

He is regarded as one the best and most respected managers in the game, and of all time. As a manager, he has worked for Reggiana, Parma, Juventus, Milan, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid.

Onto the tactics themselves now. The tactics were tested with Manchester United and I know many of you will say it is a "Big Club" so it is guaranteed success. FALSE FALSE FALSE... these are not super hero tactics you must study your opponent and you must watch the game. The most important questions are the player or the scheme ? Expression or results? Figure out the appropriate balance.

You can't use such demanding tactics without proper application. Just take a look at previous tactics and you shall see an example of a way in which you can work to get the best out of the tactics. You must always think of how can you make and get the best out of your players and secondly against who you are playing.

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Discussion: Carlo Ancelotti's 4-3-3 FM15 Tactics

4 comments have been posted so far.

  • patrickstar's avatar
    Do you use OI ?

  • Jat's avatar
    Nice to see a tactic from Roberto.Mancini (FMBoss) again! :)
  • pokarioboy's avatar
    @Poma: I think he uses the 4-4-2 more in the defensive phase, pushing Ronaldo up and the LCM so they can use Ronaldo on the counter, and make up for the passiveness of Ronaldo. It really depends on the player roles you set, which also then depends on the formation. It really is a lopsided 4-4-4/4-3-3
  • Poma's avatar
    Ancelotti plays more of a asymmetric 4-4-2 ;)
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