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The Art of Possession Football
The Art of Possession Football
December 4, 2015 in
Been following this thread from the beginning and always played posession style football with FM. I firmly believe, regardless of player ability, you need to control the game if you want to be able to compete at the top on a regular basis. I'm trying to show this with my FC Koeln save who begin the season with the worst passing and stamina stats (see team comparison screenshot) but also rank fairly poorly in important attributes usually associated with possesion style football i.e. technique, decisions, first touch. The screenshot below is from Jan 2016 and you can see that the team doesn't look capable on paper (note: I always disable first window transfers so there have been no personnel improvements).
However now you'll see that with a good possession system in place, this same team can rank the highest in average possession and passes completed. Second in the league only to Bayern Munich too. Pre-season results were very poor and I began the campaign with a number of draws but kept faith in the system until tactic familiarity reached 100% and now it's paying off.
I always play on Control because the extra aggression helps to impose ourselves on the pitch, particularly because my players lack quality so I don't want to risk superior teams getting comfortable playing in front of us. I use a Highly Structured philosophy because I need my players to stick to their roles, much like Louis van Gaal's teams—the idea being that my inferior team can beat superior teams with superior tactics. I use the Be More Expressive shout to offset the rigidness and hoperfully offer a little variation in attack. I think it works because we're the second highest goal scorers in the league.
I always play with the highest defensive line possible too because I want to box the opponent in their own half so we can aggressively press the ball and shut off passing lanes and this can only work if they have little room to play out of the back. Pushing the defense to the half way line means we can lose the team shape in favour of pressure on the ball carrier, who will hopefully hit the ball long due to a lack of passing options. My defence lack any real pace so you would think it is suicide but, in this system, they only need anticipation and height to win aerial battles when the opponents clear the ball.
A downside to playing a high line is that there will be little to no space to operate in and around the opponent's box, hence why I don't use a central attacking midfielder. Instead I use a defensive midfielder, on the defend duty unlike Cleon who used his on support, which allows me to play with wing backs. These guys will overlap my inside forwards to provide width. One of the most common patterns I see in attack is an inside forward cutting inside the pitch dragging over a fullback and/or a midfielder which then, in turn, creates space for my wing back to whip in a cross or pull it back to the edge of the area. The complete wing back roles are far too direct when it comes to crossing and dribbling, all risky for possession, so I use the wing back role with PIs like Stay Wider to emulate a less risky complete wing back. However they are very aggressive in attack so I offset this with the DM on defend duty who always ensures there's at least 3 people behind the ball ready for the counter. Ideally this guy will also be good in the air to win headers and recycle possession after long clearances.
You'll also notice I play with a deep lying forward because I like to play with somebody who can hold up the ball. For two reasons really: 1) dwelling on the ball draws out a CB which in turn creates space for players to make forward runs and 2) offer a plan B in case we cross the ball into the box or have to clear it long.
Some of you may be wondering why I play my roaming playmaker on the left side and my box-to-box to the right, especially when Cleon said how important it is to have his two playmakers playing close to each other. I did this because I want my players to exploit or attack the space. There should be no clear space in the opponent's half for them to be able to break into a counter. This is the most crucial part of the system, otherwise we'll be left beaten and frustrated. The inside forward on attack will look to break through the defence and get in the box as much as possible like a second striker, so I want my most aggressive central midfielder to attack the space that he's vacated. Then I expect my DM to step into midfield to pick up any second balls or clearances and then recycle possession and restart another attack. If it bypasses the DM then I expect my centre back on stopper duty to step in and make an interception, thus restarting another attack.
It's all about creating overloads and not allowing the opponent to start counter attacks. My plan is to finish high up the league as possible to get a healthy transfer kitty and bring in some young players with the right attributes, gradually building a team that can compete with Bayern. Will try to update as I progress.
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