Difference between revisions of "All out tactics"

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*Playing [[AIM|Attack in the middle]] ([[Abbreviation|AIM]])
 
*Playing [[AIM|Attack in the middle]] ([[Abbreviation|AIM]])
  
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== Counters ==
 
The all out tactics highly relies on getting '''all''' chances in a game, as normally such a team does not have a great defence (due to the offensive central defenders). The counter tactics are then of course:
 
The all out tactics highly relies on getting '''all''' chances in a game, as normally such a team does not have a great defence (due to the offensive central defenders). The counter tactics are then of course:
 
*Having a massive central defence and play [[Counter Attack]]
 
*Having a massive central defence and play [[Counter Attack]]
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*Playing [[4-5-1]].  If you can keep the midfield close enough to still get chances, you'll be able to score goals, even with a feeble attack
 
*Playing [[4-5-1]].  If you can keep the midfield close enough to still get chances, you'll be able to score goals, even with a feeble attack
  
===See also===
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==See also==
  
 
* [[Norwegian tactic]]
 
* [[Norwegian tactic]]
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* [[HTs on Global/All Out Attack]]
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Revision as of 00:39, 17 August 2008

The "all out tactics" (German also Schweinetaktik, Italian Tutti Avanti) concentrates on getting as high possession as possible.

Counters

The all out tactics highly relies on getting all chances in a game, as normally such a team does not have a great defence (due to the offensive central defenders). The counter tactics are then of course:

  • Having a massive central defence and play Counter Attack
  • Somehow still winning the midfield
  • Playing 4-5-1. If you can keep the midfield close enough to still get chances, you'll be able to score goals, even with a feeble attack

See also

External links