It's kind of hard to get motivated or excited to play the game after 19 years of playing it, but for me, tactics are the absolute focus of what I look forward to. I tend to mix multiple styles of coaches I like in real life, but mostly I am influenced by what Roger Schmidt is playing. Just over the top pressing and tempo with very narrow attacking shape.
This one is a variation of the formation that got my Bournemouth save on FM20 to 17PL and 16UCL titles in 20 seasons. It's a bit more structured with more creative freedom and with sole purpose to overload the central part of the penalty area so much that you always have a free man outside of it who can cross or cut back.
I've struggled with this Leeds save because I was trying to be so fancy in previous seasons, even though I won multiple UCL's, but WCB made me experiment too much. Anyways it is really important to implement these opposition instructions without an exception.
Advice I can give regarding this one is to personalize as much as you need towards your player's qualities in terms of player instructions or even roles, but to never touch forwards or wingers. They are crucial to stay the way they are. I recommend to allow more dribbling to entire front six in the final 3rd and to never check pass into space in build up. It ruins the tactic entirely.
At the end take a look at this mind-boggling season I had with Leeds in which I not only won everything, but set records in points, goals scored in both PL and UCL.