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Is it better to have a player on H/H or M/M
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Depends on what you want, if you want your RW/RF to make runs/counter attack, then H/H, but if you want a more conservative player, than M/M
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PostMalone wroteDepends on what you want, if you want your RW/RF to make runs/counter attack, then H/H, but if you want a more conservative player, than M/M

Nice one man Thanks !
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Personally when I play with a RW/RF or LW/LF I make sure they are High/Low or at least High/Medium. I want them up the pitch making runs not sat back in midfield where they then have to beat the opposition midfield & defence more frequently when dribbling up the pitch. I set their instructions to get in behind as well to help them make more attacking runs for threaded/over top through balls.
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d4n939 wrotePersonally when I play with a RW/RF or LW/LF I make sure they are High/Low or at least High/Medium. I want them up the pitch making runs not sat back in midfield where they then have to beat the opposition midfield & defence more frequently when dribbling up the pitch. I set their instructions to get in behind as well to help them make more attacking runs for threaded/over top through balls.


U MAD BRO?
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d4n939 wrotePersonally when I play with a RW/RF or LW/LF I make sure they are High/Low or at least High/Medium. I want them up the pitch making runs not sat back in midfield where they then have to beat the opposition midfield & defence more frequently when dribbling up the pitch. I set their instructions to get in behind as well to help them make more attacking runs for threaded/over top through balls.


Yea i agree but when ya need pace and dont like sterling Willian or walcott and He kinda sat there for me but willian is really good so far
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