Many shots, few on target
Posted 06 June 2012 - 02:51 PM
My long shots are set to the minimum, but things haven't changed. Can anyone help me?
Posted 06 June 2012 - 05:49 PM
Higher the more likely they will do their own thing and ignore your instructions you have set, what about tempo?
A high tempo means your team will try to get from your goal to the oppositions as quickly as possible, maybe they are rushing shots instead of looking for a pass due to high tempo.
Are your strikers in form? How is there morale? How good is their finishing?
Was is just a run of a bad games, I have seen my team score 5, then 6, then 4 and be so clinical then go on a run of four games without scoring and my forwards who are inform never hit the target then they re-find it.
What about teamwork? Your players may be shooting as they are too individual and instead of looking for passes are taking shots due to not wanting to set another player up.
What I love about this game is there are load of possibilities, there inst really a right answer if you will, as there is so much address.
Try talking to them sometimes a few words from their manager can really inspire them, and in team talks try to reassure them or have faith.
Or just sell them and buy some better forwards!!
Good luck though!
Posted 07 June 2012 - 03:53 AM
I don't know what to do now, I prefer the Santelona tactic because I like controlling possession, but when I play 4-5-1, I feel less satisfied when I win, because most of the time, the possession is less than 50%. And yet, i'm hitting less on target with Santalona than 4-5-1.
Posted 07 June 2012 - 05:56 PM
It's always a problem when you use a formation that someone has made as its difficult to tweak anything without understanding how it was created (if that makes sense!) sometimes its just better to take wins as finding a balance with dominating games, goals, chances and possession have too many variables.
A win is still a win as they say.
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