Knap has been creating Football Manager tactics since Football Manager 2008, since then raked up thousands and thousands of downloads because of his constant testing and tweaking throughout updates of Football Manager, making Knap one of the best tactic creator in the community.
A standard 4-4-2 using Wide Midfielders to support defensive and attacking duties due to the support role links up perfectly with the mezzala. Played 109, won 109 in the Premier League, won all cups. Includes set pieces.
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"Wow. 36-2-0! Gonna try this Beowulf442 out in my next game. Gotta love 4-4-2 for the immersion! Thanks Knap! As someone else stated, we love you
Discussion: Knap's Beowulf 4-4-2 Tactic FM19
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In the WM position you need to look for WBs that can play in midfield I bought Vinagre from Wolves and Lazzari from Spal they have been good so far and are still learning the roles.
Haven't signed players or built a squad around it either - could be unbelievable curating a squad around this tactic
As an away tactic its not so good. Win 50/50 of my games but always seem to concede lots. Got beat 6-0 of Arsenal despite them only hitting the target 8 times. I suggest an alternative away tactic with this tactic as your home.
Something noteworthy about this tactic is the immeasurable amount of disallowed goals. I don't know if there is a statistic in FM that counts these but I feel it is at least one per game, seriously. The strikers and opposite side winger are offside right after the long throw is taken and the pass usually goes to the centre of the box.
I ask, because I don´t have suitable players for the WM role.....