Difference between revisions of "4-4-2"

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wb_left = D.WB |
 
wb_left = D.WB |
 
w_right = WTM |
 
w_right = WTM |
 
im_right = IM |
 
im_right = IM |
 
im_left = IM |
 
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w_left = E.CD |
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Revision as of 11:01, 17 August 2006

The standard formation in HT. Can be very powerful if used correctly. The formation experience with 4-4-2 is always excellent, which is the highest level of experience that can be attained.

Can be used efficiently by winger, keeper and secondaries trainers. Other trainings lose at least one training position per week.


Standard 4-4-2
GK
WB CD CD WB
W IM IM W
FO FO


It is often used by defending trainers in official games when they still try to win the midfield and lose as little as possible (i.e. only one trainable position). In this case they usually line-up a variation of the standard 4-4-2 by intentionally weakening their defence on one wing or in the middle.


4-4-2 variant A
GK
WB CD CD E.IM
WTM IM IM E.CD
FO FO


Variant A is used mainly against a strong central attack.


4-4-2 variant B
GK
D.WB CD CD D.WB
WTM IM IM E.IM
FO FO


Variant B is used mainly against a strong central wing attack.