And to answer the question about why there are 2 "tactics", this has ben answered before but here we go again:
The first tactic is the defense you will play, the second one is the one you think your opponont will play. This is mostly a guess, but the idea is that when you guess correct, you get a minor advantage (as in: your team trained attacking against this type of defense).
e.g. A is playing a 6-0 and guesses B will play 3-2-1. B on the other hand is playing 6-0 and guesses A will play 6-0. So: A does not get an attacking advantage (wrong guess), but B does (guessed correctly)
Post by GM-MOD-PatrickHJ on Feb 20, 2008 9:04:59 GMT 1
i've seen improvements in tactics page. can someone please explain how it works!
It works like this:
If you play 6-0 in defense, you don't have to write a player id. If you play 5-1 in defense, you need to write a player id in the first box. If you play 4-2 in defense, you need to write a player id in both boxes.
The player id is players from the team you meet, which means that you have to find players from every team you meet.
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Okay, could someone explain this a bit more accurate.
How does this "covering" effect to the covered players performance? How does it effect to the rest of your defence? Does it matter who plays against that covered player (for example: if you cover LB, so does your RB:s skills effect to the covered players performance)? Can you also cover wings and line players?