First, let’s consider the positions of footballers on the field:
For example, there are 2 identical teams.
Team A with attack = 30 (i.e. 10 – left flank, 10 -centre, 10 –right flank).
Team B with defense = 30 (10 –left flank, 10 - centre, 10 –right flank). It means that team A will rather not score any goal, playing with team B.
If team B changes the defense (e.g. 2 – left flank, 15 - centre, 13 –right flank), then team A will have an advantage on the right flank (please, notice that the right flank of team A plays against the left flank of team B). Besides, the higher the difference between flanks in this case is – the higher probability of scored goal for team A will be. The advantage/disadvantage of team A on the other positions ( centre, left flank) will also be taken into account.
What for a tactics is needed?
There are 3 kinds of tactics:
Defense –gives an advantage for defense
Normal- equally spreads an advantage accross defense and attack
Attack – gives an advantage for attack
In other words, a tactics gives the reinforcement within the position lines on the football field.
For reinforcement on the flanks, please, use the setting called “game direction”.
A captan of the team spreads an advantage, based on his experience, accross the whole team: the higher experience he has – the higher advantage will be given to his team.
Tactics (reinforcement within horizontals)
Game direction (reinforcement within verticals)