This tactic prioritises an unyielding press, leaving opponents with fleeting moments of possession.
Once possession is won, players play short and move the ball swiftly, with creative freedom to switch positions and exploiting spaces to create bucket loads of goal-scoring opportunities.
My striker won the Golden Boot and Ballon D'Or having had a pretty average career before my arrival and the team broke the records for goals and points in my first season.
Holding a high defensive line, the team ensures the battleground remains in enemy territory.
I retrained defensive midfielders to play as Inverted wingbacks who push into midfield to dictate the tempo and control the narrative of the game.
I have experimented with inverted wingers but the winger role is more effective in holding the shape and stretching defences to create chances.
Against tougher teams, or when seeing out a tight match, pull one of the attacking midfielders back into a 'segundo volante' role to provide added security.
This is a high risk tactic which leaves you vulnerable to conceding from counter-attacks. To deal with this threat, pacy centre backs are an absolute must.
The objective of Angeball is clear – to relentlessly outgun the opposition in a thrilling goal fest.