Teamsheet Template

Discussion in 'Speirz's Failed Attempt' started by Speirz, Aug 11, 2009.

  1. Speirz DG Speirs

    Position (Attacking Position) Player
    Position (Attacking Position) Player
    Position (Attacking Position) Player
    Position (Attacking Position) Player
    Position (Attacking Position) Player
    Position (Attacking Position) Player
    Position (Attacking Position) Player
    Position (Attacking Position) Player
    Position (Attacking Position) Player
    Position (Attacking Position) Player
    Position (Attacking Position) Player

    Position Player
    Position Player
    Position Player
    Position Player
    Position Player


    Playmakers (Max 3)

    Target Men (Max 3)

    Penalty Takers (Max 5)

    Free Kicks (Left/Right)

    Corners (Left/Right)

    Throw In (Left/Right)

    Team Instructions
    [Values of 10 to minus 10]
    Mentality (10 Ultra Attacking, 0 Normal, -10 Ultra Defensive)
    Creative Freedom (10 Much, 0 Normal, -10 Little)
    Passing Style (10 Direct, 0 Mixed, -10 Short)
    Tempo (10 Quick, 0 Normal, -10 Slow)
    Width (10 Wide, 0 Normal, -10 Narrow)
    Closing Down (10 Often, 0 Normal, -10 Rarely)
    Time Wasting (10 Often, 0 Normal, -10 Rarely)
    Defensive Line (10 Push Up, 0 Normal, -10 Deep)

    [Pick 1 for each instruction]
    Tackling (Hard, Normal, Easy)
    Focus Passing (Mixed, Both Flanks, Left Flank, Right Flank, Middle)
    Marking (Zonal, Man)
    Target Man Supply (Mixed, To Feet, To Head, Run Onto Ball)
    Tight Marking (Y/N)
    Use Target Man (Y/N)
    Use Playmaker (Y/N)
    Play Offside (Y/N)
    Counter Attack (Y/N)
  2. Speirz DG Speirs

    In-Game Instructions
    Post as many of these as you like. First, simply post what time or score you'd like me to make the change at, i.e.

    xxth Minute


    Leading By Three Or More
    Leading By Two
    Leading By One
    Behind By One
    Behind By Two
    Behind By Three Or More

    Followed by the old setting you want to change in Green and the new one in Red
    ST Fernando Torres
    SUB Hernan Crespo

    LB Phillip Lahm
    LWB Phillip Lahm

    Mentality 4
    Menatlity -6

    I'll do these where possible, but the normal rules apply and I can't bring someone back on if you're suddenly behind by 1 after leading by 2.
  3. Speirz DG Speirs

    Anybody who has any questions let me know, and I'm also open to advice about how to structure it better, particularly from those who have FM experience.

    I'll also be putting up a simplified template for people who don't want to worry about tactics as much and just enjoy the sim.
  4. Eds E Ames

    Optional Tactics is a very good idea, and will give some people an advantage should they choose to use it.

    That is the only way you can do it, I think.
  5. MatthewJay TA Miokovic

    Position (Attacking Position) Player

    What does this mean?
  6. Eds E Ames

    Where you want them to be when you are attacking.
  7. MatthewJay TA Miokovic

    So, what would my striker be?
    As an example.
  8. Speirz DG Speirs

    You'd probably leave him where he is. It's generally used for things like wing-backs moving forward up the flanks, or a centre back dropping to sweep against a fast team.
  9. Jabba HJ Bots

    Is it possible to change formations at the same time as a bringing on subs?
  10. Speirz DG Speirs

    Yeah, just do this.

    SUB ST Fernando Torres
    SUB DM Michael Essien
  11. Jabba HJ Bots

    Bot's Robots
    GK (Goalkeeper) Almunia
    LB (LM) Evra
    CB (CB) R.Ferdinand
    CB (CB) Mertesacker
    RB (RM) Bosingwa
    CDM (CDM) Pirlo
    LCM (CM) Alonso
    RCM (RCAM)Gerrard
    LAM (LCAM) Iniesta
    CF (CF) Ibrahimovic

    GK Weise
    CB Juan
    CM Lucho Gonzalez
    RW/LW Arshavin
    CF Raul


    Playmakers (Max 3)

    Target Men (Max 3)

    Penalty Takers (Max 5)

    Free Kicks (Left/Right)
    Gerrard (both)

    Corners (Left/Right)
    Pirlo (both)

    Throw In (Left/Right)

    Team Instructions
    Mentality (3)
    Creative Freedom (-3)
    Passing Style (-7)
    Tempo (-5)
    Width (-4)
    Closing Down (8)
    Time Wasting (3)
    Defensive Line (-4)

    Tackling (Hard)
    Focus Passing (Middle)
    Marking (Zonal)
    Target Man Supply (To Head)
    Tight Marking (Y)
    Use Target Man (Y)
    Use Playmaker (N)
    Play Offside (Y)
    Counter Attack (N)

    haha **** my team has like no flair to it :(
    Last edited: Aug 12, 2009
  12. Speirz DG Speirs

    What's your difference between RW and RAM here?

    EDIT: Other than that it's a pretty good example.
    Last edited: Aug 11, 2009
  13. Eds E Ames

    RW is further forward than RAM.

    RAM is a midfield position and RW is a forwards position.
  14. Speirz DG Speirs

    That's what I thought, I've just usually seen it referred to as FWR. I didn't think he'd have his forward running backwards in attack.

    EDIT: And in a 4-1-2-2-1 it'd set up with an RAM and LAM. If he wanted forwards it'd be a 4-1-2-3
    Last edited: Aug 11, 2009
  15. Jabba HJ Bots

    on attack I want Iniesta to leave his wing and play in behind Ibrahimovic with Gerrard.

    Picture example

    On defence


    On attack

  16. Jabba HJ Bots

    ORLY? I always thought RW was a wide running AM?
  17. Speirz DG Speirs

    Guessing I'll probably have to post up a position list, given how everyone has different names for them. Think there's something like 6 lines in FM with 5 spots along each.
  18. Speirz DG Speirs

    Depends entirely on how you've been coached. In footballing terms, wing just means up and down the sidelines. I've heard RW referring to right backs, mids and forwards.
  19. Speirz DG Speirs








    Those are all the spots you can have someone playing in or attacking from. Use those terms and there will be no mix-ups.
  20. MatthewJay TA Miokovic

    It is telling me that my line-up has too many images. Is it because I'm copying and pasting off word?
    Last edited: Aug 11, 2009

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