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Football Manager 2014 Attacking Tactic Cobra 3-6-1

A FM14 Tactic Based on the Football Philosophies of Jürgen Klopp and Antonio Conte

Football Manager 2014 Attacking Tactic Cobra
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What is the best Football Manager 2014 tactic? The answer will of course depend on the available squad and your players. But what if you can download a good FM14 tactic which fits almost every squad and team for Football Manager 2014?

Say hello to my best Football Manager 2014 Attacking Tactic Cobra 3-6-1, a lethal tactic which focuses heavily on team work and work rate. The Cobra 3-6-1 got its name because of its shape. It looks like an aircraft. We found the name of this teamwork tactic reflecting the American fighter plane P-63 KingCobra, which is a lethal, effective and brutal machinery similar to the tactic. Cobra 3-6-1 is as deadly as the American fighter plane KingCobra, and this FM14 tactic relies alot on heavy workrate and teamwork.

This Football Manager 2014 Attacking Tactic will see you play beautiful passing combinations, as well as direct runs into space and solid defending! Assemble a team of hard working team players and take on the opposition with this great tactical system. Download our best FM14 Attacking Tactic Cobra 3-6-1 now!

Updated for FM 14.3

For many years I’ve been using other people’s tactics. I’ve had various success, but I always felt like i wanted to create my own unique and winning tactic. I was tinkering, thinking, writing it up on a piece of paper, feeling like an evil scientist. Luckily, I managed to create a system that worked, and worked well!

I like creating tactics, based on principles from real life football. In recent times I’ve become a fan of defences consisting of 3 defenders, naturally inspired by the way Juventus plays under Antonio Conte. The principles of his playing style also struck home with me. The idea was simple – press, run and track back. Teamwork and work rate. No fixed build-ups, variation in the play and a great combination of fluidity and discipline. Another philosophy I like is Jurgen Klopp’s words that in a way also reflect Conte’s playing style: “If every player runs more than 12km in a game, you will win every game”.

FM14 Cobra 3-6-1 – The Formation

FM14 Tactic Cobra Team Instructions FM14 Tactic Cobra Average Position

The formation is called 3-6-1, but technically it’s a 3-1-4-1-1. It’s an unusual but interesting shape, taking bits and pieces of different tactical systems. Apart from the 3 man defence, the most striking feature (and perhaps the most important) is the diamond shaping up in the middle. Diamond formations are often used (Fatih Terim’s Galatasaray) to dominate the midfield area, and restrict space for the opposition. Natural passing triangles are created and the restricted space makes it hard for opposition to pass through the midfield area. The negative part of the system, is the natural lack of width, where the fullbacks are expected to venture forward in order to provide it. This gives away loads of space on the flanks to be exploited by the opposition.

FM14 Tactic Cobra Midfield Diamond

In order to balance that, the width in the tactic is created by two wingers positioned much higher up the pitch than fullbacks (Fatih Terim’s diamond) or wingbacks (Conte’s 3-5-2), that will rely on their work rate and stamina to run up and down the pitch, tracking back opposing wide players. Because you have 3 central defenders, the exposed flank is covered in a much better way, the defensive midfielder in the diamond providing extra protection for the middle central back.

In defence, the wingers will man-mark opposing wingers, harassing them and forcing them into mistakes. In attack, they will offer additional passing options for the midfielders, upset opposition with direct runs and cross the ball into the box.

FM14 Tactic Cobra Specific Marking

When in possession, the team will push higher up, the wingers will provide wide passing options, in order to stretch the opposition. Because of the diamond midfield, most of the opposition will be concentrated on dealing with it and restrict the midfielders space, the wingers will be left with acres of space on the wing.

FM14 Tactic Cobra Crossing from Wingers FM14 Tactic Cobra Wing space

Your attacking midfielder and striker will constantly drift around, making them difficult to mark. They will make themselves available for passes, and exchange quick one-twos with each other to either open up space for an on-rushing central midfielder or themselves.

While your team is attacking, your central defenders will patiently sit back, and intercept any cleared balls. Because you will have around 6-7 players around the opposition box, the space will be so restricted that the opposition will be forced into a long-ball clearance your central defenders are happy to intercept, thus making your team the attacking side again.

In defence, the wingers will drop back to cover the flanks, nullifying the opposing wingers. With the added 3 central defenders, this will somewhat resemble a catenaccio style defence, with 5 defenders in line (2 central backs on tight marking, the 3rd offering support where needed). In addition the 3 midfielders in the centre of the park, will drop in front of the defence, making it extremly difficult to pass through the middle, often forcing the frustrated opposition into a hopeful long shot.

FM14 Tactic Cobra Result Real Madrid Valencia

To conclude – this tactic brought me huge success in FM13, and works equally well in Football Manager 2014 (as it is a successful system not a single tactic). I’ve had great results with the teams i’ve played with, dominating the opposition with 20+ shots per game, whereas the other teams had often less than 7 (most off target). This will of course differ and depend on the qualty of your own team. In general, we are happy to sit back and let the oppostition shoot from distance from lack of other options. They will in place receive quick and lethal attacks. I don’t like tiki-taka, I like heavy metal:) Once this attacking tactic gets 100% fluid, you will see great runs from the central midfielders, beautiful pass exchanges in the diamond and solid defending.

Cobra 3-6-1 works even with players without any skills!
FM14 Cobra Tactic Gibraltarian League Winner

Player types needed

It is important for all players to have good work rate, teamwork, anticipation and stamina. In general, don’t underestimate mental traits, they are important!

Goalkeeper – I chose the sweeper keeper, as he will be more comfortable with balls played in behind the defence. I also feel that’s what modern football requires from goalkeepers nowadays and i chose it for my system as well. You want a regular good shot stopper, but it’s important that he has good aerial stats in order to intercept crosses into the box.

Central Defenders – The 3 central defenders(2 on defend, one on cover in the middle) will clear any long balls, and through balls behind the defence. As such, they should all be aerially dominant, and the one in the middle should be quick(or at least the quickest of the three). Normally, for the covering the defender I try to get at least 11 acceleration, but the more the better. In the right-hand spot I put my best heading defender for set pieces.

Defensive Midfielder – He will protect the defensive line, offer support for the wingers and generally win the ball back, intercept passes and man mark any AMC to exclude him from the play. He will also fullfill some playmaking responsibilities, so the type of player you should look for is a deep-lying playmaker, with more epmhasis on defensive attributes. He should be able to pass the ball, as well as having good ratings for decisions, work rate, stamina, tackling, marking and determination. If he can in addition offer a physical presence it’s a good bonus.

Central Midfielders – The box-to-box pair in the middle of the park is very important for the tactic to work. They run alot(up to 15km per game), and contribute to all phases of play. Stamina, work rate and teamwork is essential. In addition they should possess all the important techincal attributes to both attack, create and defend. Prime examples of such players can be Joao Moutinho, Jack Wilshere, Sami Khedira or Ilkay Gundogan. You can go with two equal midfielders, you can combine a more offensive one with a more defensive one too. It’s up to you and maybe the strenght of your opposition. They will get lots of shot opportunities from around 14-15 metres.

Wingers – The wingers balance the team, as they act as a flank box-to-box type player. They will contribute in defence, the build up and offense. They notch up alot of interceptions and assists(Gareth Bale had 43 assists for me in a season). In addition they will contribute with goals. They require work rate, stamina(can run up to 15km per game), decisions and crossing. In addition they will benefit from acceleration, pace, dribbling(although not hugely important, as you can teach them to knock the ball past their opponents) and passing. In terms of the attributes they recquire defensively, it’s good if they have decent tackling and marking(11 will do). However, I find that even regular wingers with poor defensive attributes can easily make up for it with work rate, as they will just harass the opposing winger into a mistake.

Attacking Midfielder – This is the player that will link the play, and if the central midfielders are the lungs, he should be considered the brain of this tactical system. The advanced playmaker will run around to find space, make himself available for passes and pass the ball on to other players, as well as supporting through balls for onrushing central midfielders, wingers or the striker. You want a creative player with good decisions, dribbling, passing, work rate and teamwork. He will also score some goals so finishing is a nice bonus.

Striker – The goalscorer. Drifting around, exchanging one-twos with other players and getting on the end of team-moves. He will pounce on through balls, finish crosses and sometimes create the goal himself. He will also take part in the build up, not only sitting in the box. Composure, finishing and off the ball is important, but the more complete the striker is the better for your team.

Setting up Training for better Tactical Familiarity

Setup of General Team Training:

In terms of team training I have the match preparation on 50% until the tactic is fully fluid. Other than that I have:

In pre-season: Fitness – Very High, Match Prep – Tactics only 50% (if it’s fully fluid put Attacking Movement), no rest before or after match

In season: Balanced – High, Match Prep – Def. positioning 30%(although adjust it accordingly, depending on where you see any problems with your play), rest after match

Setup of Individual Player Role Training

I like to give my players role training, as I believe this gives best results and makes them more complete. This is of course up to you, in how you want to develop your players but this is what I do with this tactic for individual training.

Goalkeepers – Sweeper Keeper
Central Defenders – Ball Playing Defender
Defensive Midfielders – Deep Lying Playmaker
Central Midfielders – Box-to-Box Midfielder
Wingers – Defensive Winger
Attacking Midfielders – Advanced Playmaker
Strikers – Complete Forward

Player Preferred Moves (PPM)

I’m a fan of training players preferred moves, as I believe it helps them become better players and benefits my tactic. As such, I try to unlearn all negative PPMs (shoots from distance, dwells on ball etc.) or all that contradict my tactic (tries long passess, cuts inside etc.). Some Player preferred moves don’t have to be unlearned (or unlearned and replaced) even though they’re not listed and you should just make the judgement on it yourself. All players in my tactic benefit from PPMs except for the goalkeeper. The PPMs are listed in order from most to least important.

Central Defender
Plays short simple passes

Defensive Midfielder
Tries Killer Balls Often
Dictates Tempo
Comes Deep to Get the Ball
Shoots with Power

Box-to-Box Midfielder
Tries Killer Balls Often
Get Forward Whenever Possible
Shoots with Power
Plays one-twos

Runs with Ball Often
Knocks Ball Past Opponent(if quick or poor dribbling)
Tries Killer Balls Often
Plays One-Twos
Likes to Switch the Ball to the Other Flank

Advanced Playmaker
Tries Killer Balls Often
Runs with Ball Through Centre
Moves Into Channels
Plays One-Twos

Runs with Ball Through Centre
Places Shots
Moves Into Channels
Plays One-Twos

Setup of Opposition Instructions

Alot of varied opinions on this. People will tell you they don’t help or that they do. I use them, I believe they do help your team, but it’s up to you if you want to use them. The effect of them is hard to test as well.

If you want to use opposition instructions you can let one of your staff do it, given he has good ratings for tactical knowledge and defending. If you want to do them yourselves, here’s how I set them up:

DCL – show onto right foot
DCR – show onto left foot
Tight marking always on: MR, ML, AMR, AML (or WBR, WBL/DR, DL if opposition don’t use wingers)
Hard tackling on: STC, STCL, STCR, AMC, AMCL, AMCR
Show onto weaker foot: MR, ML, AMR, AML (or WBR, WBL/DR, DL if opposition don’t use wingers)

The last opposition instrucion you will have to do, and that is very important for the tactic to work is to apply specific marking before every game. Always instruct your wingers to specifically man-mark opposition opposing wingers(or wingbacks/fullbacks if you encounter a wingless formation). In addition, if your opponent plays one AMC you should instruct your DM to specifically man mark him.

Pay attention to formation changes! If your opponent suddenly withdraws his wingers or AMC, and you dont alter your specific marking, your players will be marking completely wrong areas of the pitch and unbalance the formation (the change should include changing opposition instructions, if they go from ML/MR to AML/AMR the tight marking instruction will have to be reapplied).

Records and Achievements with Cobra 3-6-1 v2(14.1.4)

FM14 Tactic Cobra League Records Wimbledon Promotion

The records from the AFC Wimbledon save is where I play with our very own Football Manager Challenge Talent Factory. Here, no ingoing transfers are allowed. You will need to rely solely on youth development and what the annual youth intake brings you in order to hunt for success. A promotion here will be far more difficult but possibly more enjoyable than buying all the best wonderkids of Football Manager 2014.

FM14 Cobra records Wimbledon Leyton Orient FM14 Cobra records Wimbledon Carlisle FM14 Cobra records Wimbledon Coventry FM14 Cobra records Liverpool Tottenham
Former Records and Achievements with Cobra 3-6-1 v1 (14.1.3)
FM14 Attacking Tactic 8 Clear Cut Chances
FM14 Cobra Tactic Real Madrid Lyon FM14 Cobra Tactic Match Real Madrid Dortmund FM14 Cobra Tactic Match Real Madrid Arsenal

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Published: 22.11.2013 20.00PM GMT
Updated: 28.03.2014 15.36PM GMT

How to Import the file?

Download above tactic and import it to this specific folder:
“Your Documents” > Sports Interactive > Football Manager 2014 > Tactics

Open Football Manager 2014 and go to Overview screen of Tactics. Click Manage Tactics and load “Passion4FM’s FM14 Attacking Tactic Cobra 3-6-1″

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I hope you enjoy my first Football Manager 2014 Attacking Tactic, and have as much success with it as I’ve had.
Feel free to give me feedback or ask questions in the comment section below.

  • Rafaela E Bruno

    Thank you! I won the Bundesliga with Bayern 3 times in a row with this tactic in FM13. Can't wait to use it on FM14!

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  • Daniel Hubner

    let me know how you get on with this year&#39;s version

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  • FMwhipped

    FM is a cruel cruel mistress.

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  • Ryan

    Did you use any other tactics if the main 361 wasn&#39;t working?

  • Daniel Hubner

    not really, no. you can try playing more direct if chasing but i haven&#39;t tried it myself – take off work ball into box and retain possession and switch to attacking

  • David Mendes

    Could you post pics of the tactics pages because i tried downloading the tactics but the game crashes when I try to import tactics and I can&#39;t understand some things <br />Thanks in advance ;)

  • Daniel Hubner

    looks like there might be something wrong with your game, i&#39;d try contacting SI support forums first and hear about the issue

  • David Mendes

    It&#39;s solved now just needed to update to the newer version Thanks ;)<br />Already having good results with the tactic, my team just took some time to learn it but now it&#39;s really good ;)

  • Daniel Hubner

    yeah, it does take some time before it&#39;s stable

  • Maximiliano Petrone

    Thanks! Im playing with a Small team from Argentina called Belgrano, and its really hard to make a winning team with such a small budget. I Always love playing with 3 defenders, and this tactic make my team a Killing machine! So Thank you!!!<br /><br />By the way, do you have some good 3 defenders counter tactic? Im not used to the new shout system yet to make a good one on my own.

  • Daniel Hubner

    its good to hear its working for you. im currently working on some tweaks to the tactic to make it more aggressive. i also tweak a counter-attacking version of it to hold onto leads etc

  • Daniel Hubner

    v2 is out!

  • David Mendes

    whats different in v2 ???

  • Daniel Hubner

    its more aggressive, more attacking and has less possession. i have much better results

  • David Mendes

    and what about the defense i noticed that u changed to wingers with no defensive duties, is it compensated by the attacking force ????<br />Love this tactic by the way

  • Daniel Hubner

    the wingers must still track back(specific marking) so they will do their part in defence. also tweaked the middle CB to close down less, so he doesn&#39;t rush out and leave space behind him

  • Flemming Rosenlyst

    After the Update, I was a bit concerned, that it was to offensive. But after my promotion til Regionalliga-Nord with TSV Uetersen, the team was going to meet HSV i the 1. round of the DFB-Pokal. A early red card til HSV may also have being a good thing for my team, winning 4-2, with this 3-6-1 tactic. There is 3 divisions between HSV and TSV Uetersen.<br />

  • Daniel Hubner

    not bad :) great work!

  • Darlan ten Caten

    Where is the v2? I can`t find that.

  • Daniel Hubner

    it should be the regular download

  • Rene Klemens Thomhave

    I have tried your tactic with great success with my world dominating Real Madrid side, but after the 4.1.4 patch everything falls to pieces and I get buy a win to save my life. Have others experienced this as well?

  • Passion4FootballManager

    Hey Thanks for testing it out. Unfortunately the 14.1.4 patch changed a lot to the tactic. Guess the v2 was released too soon! We will work to make the tactic back to how it shall be. Please give us some days and a new version will be released which solves any issues

  • Daniel Hubner

    i&#39;m working on it, hopefully i&#39;ll have some tweaks ready for it, but give me time :)

  • briben

    Is it already good for 14.1.4? Nice work, btw ;)

  • Daniel Hubner

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  • Anonymous

    Using this tactic for 14.1.4, finding great success so far.Really love the pass into space plays being done by my team.Please release an update if you have one, I would love to try it.

  • Kuso

    Are you working on an update for 14.2? Thanks I love this tactic.

  • RIshatos

    Nice tacktic I have won Real Madrid with Rubin Kazan in Euro league<br />

  • Anonymous

    do you still have the 14.1.4 tactic?

  • DannyRIley

    this tactic looks very interesting , think i will give it a go. After reading the coments was just wondering has it been tweaked for the newest update? Cheers

  • Daniel Hubner

    they exist, but you need a sufficient database for your save game in order for them to load

  • Daniel Hubner

    your database for your save game isn&#39;t big enough

  • Daniel Hubner

    if you only have UK loaded in, it won&#39;t help with a large database i&#39;m afraid.more countries means more staff and players

  • Amirul Van Persie

    when i click download on the start screen it said &quot;go to steam app and enable in game add ons&quot;

  • Passion4FootballManager

    Hey, could you please give me something more information – dont understand what you are trying – what you are downloading or click

  • Davor Mirkovic

    Loaning out vs playing in U19 squad – which one is better?

  • Daniel Hubner

    New update! Improved defending! Make sure to re-download the file!

  • Per Arne Andreassen

    FM14 Manuel Pellegrini&#39;s 4-4-2 / 4-2-2-2 Tactic with Interiores by Passion4FM<br /><br /><br />Hi, <br /><br /><br /><br />Cannot download the Manuel Pelligrini tactic on my Mac pro. Not even through FM 2014. <br /><br />Can someone help me out with this? <br /><br />Would appreciate if someone can send me the download on my email:

  • Passion for Football Manager

    In order to download this file – click this link:<br /><br /><br /><br />DOWNLOAD PASSION4FM&#39;s FM14 MANUEL PELLEGRINI 4-4-2 / 4-2-2-2 TACTICS<br /><br /><br />Save it to your computer and place it under your tactics folder – unzip the file with 7zip or Winrar and import it in FM14

  • Michael

    And what about a possession-based tactic ? Have you feel that it&#39;s more complicated to build one than in other FM versions ?

  • Per Arne Andreassen

    No chance, couldnt download it on my mac pro, there seems to be problem with the program VLC……..almost giving up now, no success in download

  • Passion for Football Manager

    A possession tactic isnt any more difficult – its just harder to keep possession over a longer period. Seems like SI have become too much realistic – looking at RL stats more than letting us have the abilities to increase possession even higher than the 67% average

  • Passion for Football Manager

    the VLC program has nothing to do with the ability to download from our site – You only needs to click download – It would be useless of me providing you the direct link as you must click download there too. If I shall be able to help you further I would require that you upload a screenshot of your problem.

  • Michael

    Sorry for posting here about possession when this is off-topic, but you&#39;ve done an excellent job with possession in fm13. Until this last patch I was able with FC Porto to have 65-75% possession, now I&#39;m finding really difficult to get even to 65%. One issue that I&#39;ve been dealing with is some poor hassling / pressing, players react too late or sometimes they even ignore opponents.

  • Daniel Hubner

    if by possession you mean averaging on more than your opposition, then no it&#39;s not

  • Passion for Football Manager

    The pressing and tight marking system of FM14 is really poor. Hopefully the new changes to the player and team instructions can open up new doors for FM15. <br /><br />Please remember to share your ideas for Football Manager 2015 here

  • Michael

    on more what ? percentage ? like 51-49% ?

  • Michael

    yes, finally someone that sees that also :-)

  • Daniel Hubner


  • Michael

    That could be anything but a possession-based style. It&#39;s more like the old Barcelona or FC Porto of last season, 65-75% possession.

  • Tobi Hansson

    started a game with Napoli with this tactics. thought this was a good choice because player seemed to fit pretty well in the roles. Reina – Zuniga, Albiol, Balanta, Alex Sandro – Behrami, Inler – Callejon, Hamsik – Insigne, Drogba. had pre season training, individual roles, ppm&#39;s all right setup, but tactic was like half fluid when season started (yes had 5 friendlys, too). after like 10

  • Daniel Hubner

    it works great for me and many other users. very weird how you got that bad results. how did you set up your OIs? are your CDs on tight marking or have the tight marking PPM? tried it when it was fully fluid?

  • Tobi Hansson

    OIs are opposition instructions? i let my assistant coach do it, he has high tactical knowledge and defending attributes. my CDs aren&#39;t on tight marking. didnt change player instructions. just downloaded your tactics. at least raul albiol has the tight marking PPM. guess i should try unlearn it ? tonight i&#39;m gonna play a little further into the season and see how it works when tactic is

  • Daniel Hubner

    yes the tight marking PPM and instruction is awful, as it makes the central defenders close down way too much leaving loads of space behind. tight marking is bugged like that in the ME, as the player has to &#39;&#39;mark someone&#39;&#39; so he rushes out to the closest player

  • debaser86

    Download UnrarX to unzip the file

  • Paul

    hi,,<br />first of all. AMAZING tactic. I started with Middlesbrough FC with this tactic and I won the championship and promotion first season scoring the most goals and conceding the least so it bloody works. However, I am having the complete opposite affect in the premiership. I have not bought many players as Middlesbrough has great Youth and Im trying to develop players. Only player I signed

  • Paul

    Hello again<br /><br /><br />also, why is there no one marking the far post in this tactic?<br /><br /><br />Thank you

  • Daniel Hubner

    i feel there isn&#39;t a need for it. i concede very little from corners so i think the setup works. if you want to change it around, feel free

  • Daniel Hubner

    hi there, im glad you&#39;re enjoying the tactic. With blackpool, after i got promoted the first season i actuallymanaged to finish 6th in the second. I struggled much more in the 3rd though as i had very little finances to work with and it was difficult to bring in players that would fit the system.<br /><br />what i recommend is that you try and either change your approach for a few games, see

  • Aidan

    I&#39;m City and it just wont work!

  • Daniel Hubner

    that&#39;s very weird, considering the player roles there fit perfectly. what was your starting line-up? do you create chances at all? what is your fluidity?

  • Piotrek Gabara

    Hi, does higher tempo makes this tatcis less usable? I did 1,5 seasons as Widzew Lodz in FM 2014 and in 1st season had championship title. Was easy enought to get it but i was using higher tempo. I just have huge problems with my DL and DR (they are both set as complete wingbacks). Every players i bought there are playing rly bad. They have avr rating around 6.7 ( and this i s max) They are often

  • Daniel Hubner

    you use CWBs? in this tactic they&#39;re set as WB attack and support. Guerrier is more of a winger. if your wingbacks fail it might indicate poor attributes for anticipation, positioning or concentration.<br /><br /><br />also, the tempo in this tactic should be lower not higher, unless you tweaked it on purpose. i find even CDs with poor passing skills can play as a BPD.

  • Piotrek Gabara

    Well yeah usually they play as CWBs- well depending on skills and the opossing team, 1 is CWBs and the other is WB support. Generally if enemy wingers are weak they are more complete. If enemy team wingers are strong i set them as WB – defend or support to eliminate the gap between defenders and box to box CM. The thing is they play a bit better as a WB defend but still below 7.0. Funny thing is

  • Daniel Hubner

    try the False Counter tactic on the site if you want quick pressing football.

  • Fabio

    In your opinion can I use this tactic with teams like Real Sociedad for example?

  • Daniel Hubner

    you can use this with any team if they have the right players. I think Ruben Castro would be a good playmaker here, and ruben pardo a nice BBM.

  • Piotrek Gabara

    OK thanks for the info. I printed this tactic and read again while i was checking my settings. Found out that reason of gap between defend line and midfiels was becasue i set both MC as box2box. Now when one is working a bit closer to defenders i dont gett messages form ass man about the gap. <br /><br />I also made wasnt paying attention 2 reverse system having for example both WB on defend pr

  • Бранислав Недељковић

    Hello! <br /><br />Is this tactic works immediately or i should wait till 100% familiarity?<br /><br />Is it possible to loose with a high goal difference if familiarity isnt 100%?<br />And what do you think, which two tactics is good for back-up and what is your first choice?

  • Daniel Hubner

    jak chcesz to mozesz po polsku pisac. Ten Conka jest slaby mentalnie bardzo. <br /><br /><br />ale mam wrazenie ze nie uzywasz tej samej taktyki, ktora jest tu podana. sciagnales ja?