I'm a big fan of High pressure & Counter-Attack Football. I have created lot of tactics but have only ever kept them to myself. When I started playing FM 13, I found it hard to win games. I used a lot of tactics from FM 12 but none worked so I thought I should do more work to analyse the game and how players pass/score and stuff like that.
I've been a Liverpool Fan since I learned about football. So i always start with Liverpool until I create a solid tactic before I use other teams and embark on other challenges.
First of all, I used two tactics:
1st: 4-3-3 (1-2-3-2-3)
2nd : 4-4-2
-Both tactics working like a charm, but I decided to use the first one.
I won't tell you what type of player this tactic need, I almost never do that. Just believe in your scouting ability :P. Look at player instructions, then find the best player you can to fill that position. For example, if the player required has to run a lot, you should look for players with high stamina, work rate, positioning, etc. In the end, you will find advice on what a player requires for each role and how to train them for that role in this guide made by RandydeB:
FM13 Individual Training Guide
Training & Match Preparation
Download the file
Open it with 7-zip or win rar and copy + paste the file in to this folder:
Sports Interactive > Football Manager 2013 > Tactics
In game, go to your Tactics Overview screen. In the formation selector box, highlight "Archived Tactics" and choose this tactic.
Discussion: 4-3-3 High Pressure & Counter-Attack Football
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See league record below
Won 28 drew 12 lost 6 for 103 against 49 GD +54 Points 96 finished 9 points clear
My three main strikers season stats
Played 41 scored 23 assists 23 PoM 5 AvR 7.54
Played 40 Scored 32 assists 14 PoM 12 Avr 7.85
Played 42 Scored 21 assists 8 PoM 4 Avr 7.58
When I made signings made sure they where quality players and sign a few young up and coming players. Try this tactic you won't be disappointed.
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