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A formation is the way in wich a team is lined up. A formation decides the number of defenders, midfielders and forwards. Formations can only be changed by [[repositioning]]. An example: "Inner midfielder 1" gets repositioned to play as an "extra central defender". He takes on the role of a centraldefender, just like an ordinary centraldefender. This means you've changed from the normal 4-4-2 lineup to a 5-3-2 tactic! Note that he's still called "Inner midfielder 1" (for ease of identification), but he plays in the position of a central defender. Without repositioning you will play with the basic formation 4-4-2.
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A formation is the way in wich a team is lined up. A formation decides the number of defenders, midfielders and forwards. Formations can only be changed by [[extra |repositioning]]. An example: "Inner midfielder 1" gets repositioned to play as an "extra central defender". He takes on the role of a centraldefender, just like an ordinary centraldefender. This means you've changed from the normal 4-4-2 lineup to a 5-3-2 tactic! Note that he's still called "Inner midfielder 1" (for ease of identification), but he plays in the position of a central defender. Without repositioning you will play with the basic formation 4-4-2.
  
 
The following are the most used formations. With these you can reduce the chance of [[confusion]] by playing them often and acquire [[formation experience]]. 4-4-2 [[formation experience]] is always at excellent.
 
The following are the most used formations. With these you can reduce the chance of [[confusion]] by playing them often and acquire [[formation experience]]. 4-4-2 [[formation experience]] is always at excellent.

Revision as of 00:54, 30 November 2005

A formation is the way in wich a team is lined up. A formation decides the number of defenders, midfielders and forwards. Formations can only be changed by repositioning. An example: "Inner midfielder 1" gets repositioned to play as an "extra central defender". He takes on the role of a centraldefender, just like an ordinary centraldefender. This means you've changed from the normal 4-4-2 lineup to a 5-3-2 tactic! Note that he's still called "Inner midfielder 1" (for ease of identification), but he plays in the position of a central defender. Without repositioning you will play with the basic formation 4-4-2.

The following are the most used formations. With these you can reduce the chance of confusion by playing them often and acquire formation experience. 4-4-2 formation experience is always at excellent.


Other formations can be used as well, but they won't gain formation experience.