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'''All ahead full''' is a variation of [[2-5-3]] where [[attack]] is maxed-out regardless of the probability of very low other [[ratings]]. It is a suicidal form of attack, with no defence apart from your [[goalkeeper]]; but it has some limited advantages depending upon the situation. That's why it is rarely used in official matches.
 
'''All ahead full''' is a variation of [[2-5-3]] where [[attack]] is maxed-out regardless of the probability of very low other [[ratings]]. It is a suicidal form of attack, with no defence apart from your [[goalkeeper]]; but it has some limited advantages depending upon the situation. That's why it is rarely used in official matches.
  

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http://www.textlilieltpa.com All ahead full is a variation of 2-5-3 where attack is maxed-out regardless of the probability of very low other ratings. It is a suicidal form of attack, with no defence apart from your goalkeeper; but it has some limited advantages depending upon the situation. That's why it is rarely used in official matches.

When playing against an opponent that you know for sure will use some CA formation without any middle like 5-2-3 but he/she will have some very serious defence, you can try to break it by using this tactics. Watch out for confusion when you use this. Usually a very good team captain for your team will help reducing confusion.

If your opponent doesn't have midfield at all and you want to score a lot of goals, you can also use this tactic.


All ahead full
GK
WBO E.FO E.IM WBO
W.O IM.O IM.O W.O
FO FO


See also

Norwegian tactic

All out tactics