Угловые в ФМ16. Различные шаблоны и их достоинства

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FM16 Corners; Various Routines And Their Merits

Угловые в ФМ16. Различные шаблоны и их достоинства

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— Можно по-красивее перевести, имхо JoaoMoutinho

Managers, coaches, players and pundits alike often make reference to the importance of set plays, which can be a crucial means to force in a goal when things don’t look good during open play. Set plays by their premeditated nature offer a relatively consistent level of defensive and attacking opportunity and by looking at the effectiveness of teams against a variety of different opponents, we may be able to start to characterize what constitutes good set play defence and attack. In this article, I will look at a few attacking setups, why they are effective and of course the necessary downloads.

Менеджеры, тренеры, игроки и эксперты часто ссылаются на важность стандартных положений, которые могут стать определяющими и помочь забить гол, когда с игры этого сделать не удается.

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— alike often гугл перевел как "так часто", но формы "так часто..., что" я тут не просматриваю, так что хз. JoaoMoutinho

How to score goals from corners?

When you want to score a goal from corners, there are only a few possibilities to explore, not many avenues to go down. You can go for the traditionalist approach, which means lumping it toward the far post where some sort of unholy union between a man and a gorilla waits to batter it into the net. The far post corner setup is an old time favorite of the FM scene of course. You can go for a short corner and try to pass your way towards a goal. It looks nice, that’s for sure. There are also routines where people try to block opponents or lure them away to make space for other players. I’ll try to look at all these options.

The critical delivery area

Using what my old coaches taught me and what common sense dictates, I set out with some pretty hard-coded ideas about what would be the key area for set pieces, both defensively and attackingly. In my eyes, the critical area, where the battle is either won or lost, is the area between the 6-yard box and the penalty spot.

This area is far enough from the goal to make it difficult for the goalkeeper to come out to catch or punch, particularly when players are positioned around him, block his path and obstructing his line of view. Similarly, this is the area you want to defend properly as well, as this is where the goals are being scored.

The critical positions need covering

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