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Mezzala

Started on 4 June 2022 by Placidcasual79
Latest Reply on 14 December 2022 by ailadeborah
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Hello

First time poster - long time FM fan....

I was hoping to get some help tactically - I've traditionally played 4 at the back, two in. midfield, with inverted wingers and a false 9 off an advanced forward - my midfielders have been a DLP and a defensive ball winning midfielder....

I want to try something new - ditch the inverted wingers.... I am thinking of 3 centre halves, 2. wing backs and a defensive midfielder...... two strikers - one poacher or advanced forward with a Trequestia or false 9 along side them - stretch the opposition's. defence with one striker going in behind and another dropping off.... hardly revolutionary I know lol - the 3 at the back and denfensive midfielder should make us solid at the back and the. wing backs provide width....

so to my question - the two midfielders - they can be attacking I think - given the base provided by the formation - I was wondering if I could play with two Mezzala's? Or a Mezzala and an advanced play maker?

Are two Mezzala's. viable?


Any help appreciated

J
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8Vo2LHiMDU - Check here about roles & combinations
2022-06-04 14:25#288635 Placidcasual79 : Hello

First time poster - long time FM fan....

I was hoping to get some help tactically - I've traditionally played 4 at the back, two in. midfield, with inverted wingers and a false 9 off an advanced forward - my midfielders have been a DLP and a defensive ball winning midfielder....

I want to try something new - ditch the inverted wingers.... I am thinking of 3 centre halves, 2. wing backs and a defensive midfielder...... two strikers - one poacher or advanced forward with a Trequestia or false 9 along side them - stretch the opposition's. defence with one striker going in behind and another dropping off.... hardly revolutionary I know lol - the 3 at the back and denfensive midfielder should make us solid at the back and the. wing backs provide width....

so to my question - the two midfielders - they can be attacking I think - given the base provided by the formation - I was wondering if I could play with two Mezzala's? Or a Mezzala and an advanced play maker?

Are two Mezzala's. viable?


Any help appreciated

J

Google Fantastic Mezzalas. There are a couple of very good tactics that use the combination you are talking about. So the answer is yes, You can use 2 Mezzalas successfully in the configuration you are talking about
The 4-1-3-2 and the wide 4-3-3 formations are two of the best Mezzala formations. Both of these systems, as you can see, make good use of the role's Support and Attack duties.

My Mezzala needs to float wider and combine with the CWB on his flank in the 4-1-3-2; being in a Support role allows him to do so without being overly aggressive.

In the 4-3-3 system, the Mezzala is focused on his Attack duty and thus far more is expected of him. The Mezzala is a cog in the system in the 4-1-3-2, but in this system, the Mezzala is the main driving force, exploring attacking spaces and combining with the Inside Forwards and the Deep Lying Forward who leads the line. slope unblocked

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