Kevjack77
1 year ago
2 months ago
10
Hi all,
I am an avid player of FM (Since CM2 days) and always like to immerse myself in the game fully, but one area I tend to get a little extra help is by using other people's Tactics.
I have no problem in this, however I am planning on creating my own tactics for my save, something I haven't done since FM12 (I Think) so the revamped tactics engine is not something I have used in great detail so am looking for a little advice.

I have one main question, that is:
When creating tactics, have people found it better to create a tactic around your best player's preferred positions/roles or create a tactic and try get your players to fit into that?

I am going to start a Beta save as Spurs and want to start off on the right track with creating a tactic that will work for them without having to rebuild my whole team.

Any other tactic creation advice you can give would also be appreciated (Set piece creation etc..)
VP.
10 years ago
20 hours ago
8,428
Personally I prefer to make a tactic then either train my players to fit it or over time being players. In FM20 players have better suitability for more roles which makes things slightly easier.

I don't bother with set pieces as I find the default settings do a good enough job. But if I change anything it'll be the defensive side.
Tigermilk
3 years ago
3 months ago
1
Premium
Personally, I usually go the other way, at least to start with.

I try to find the philosophy and tactic that best accomodates the squad available. If money isn't a problem, then I can buy the players I need to fit a tactic and philosophy that I want to play, irrespective of the current squad. Usually, it's some sort of compromise between finding a tactic that suits the squad and moulding the squad to my ideas. At the start, or if things are going poorly, I will likely veer more in the former direction, while after I've had more training time and transfer windows to mould the squad more in my image I can start to veer in the latter direction.

I also don't bother with set pieces.

Hope that helps! Do ask if you have any further questions - tactics is arguably my favourite part of the game!

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