Difference between revisions of "Forward toward wing"

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A team that is playing [[3-4-3]] or [[4-3-3]] could opt for a high-wing FTW because they are getting central attack already from 2 normal forwards, particularly if backed up by offensive inner midfielders.
 
A team that is playing [[3-4-3]] or [[4-3-3]] could opt for a high-wing FTW because they are getting central attack already from 2 normal forwards, particularly if backed up by offensive inner midfielders.
  
They would be essentially moving their winger up to the FTW role and possibly using their winger slot for a [[Winger Toward Middle]] to boost their midfield.
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They would be essentially moving their winger up to the FTW role and possibly using their winger slot for a [[Winger Toward Middle]] to boost their [[midfield]].
  
 
The introduction of FTW gives forward trainers some options rather than just 3-4-3 AIM.
 
The introduction of FTW gives forward trainers some options rather than just 3-4-3 AIM.
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[[Category:Player positions]]
 
[[Category:Player positions]]
  
Like [[Überwinger]] forwards towards wing can be exceptional multiskill players. If both attack and cross are of high level (at least world class) those players can give a great contribute to wing attack with low wage.  Because of the game's wage structure, high skilled forward toward wing usually have low salaries compared to the single-skilled players who would be needed to generate similar contributions to match ratings.
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Like [[Überwinger]] forwards towards wing can be exceptional [[multiskill]] players. If both attack and cross are of high level (at least world class) those players can give a great contribute to wing attack with low [[wage]].  Because of the game's wage structure, high skilled forward toward wing usually have low salaries compared to the single-skilled players who would be needed to generate similar contributions to match [[ratings]].

Revision as of 17:07, 18 August 2008

This special position was introduced in the middle of global season 27 (somewhere at the end of October 2005). This forward contributes more to the side where he is playing towards wing, whilst weakening his contribution to the central attack, and destroying his contribution to the opposite wing attack. It is a good method to boost your wing attacks, especially if you play with 3 forwards.


A team that is playing 3-4-3 or 4-3-3 could opt for a high-wing FTW because they are getting central attack already from 2 normal forwards, particularly if backed up by offensive inner midfielders.

They would be essentially moving their winger up to the FTW role and possibly using their winger slot for a Winger Toward Middle to boost their midfield.

The introduction of FTW gives forward trainers some options rather than just 3-4-3 AIM.

There are also valid options for using a formation with two forwards such as 4-4-2 or 3-5-2 and playing both forwards towards wing. This can be a good choice when facing a team with an exceptionally strong central defence

Like Überwinger forwards towards wing can be exceptional multiskill players. If both attack and cross are of high level (at least world class) those players can give a great contribute to wing attack with low wage. Because of the game's wage structure, high skilled forward toward wing usually have low salaries compared to the single-skilled players who would be needed to generate similar contributions to match ratings.