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LutonTown1991's 4-1-3-2 Tactic

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I am tired of playing with wingers on FM because right now I feel like they are a waste of time. I have been playing narrow football with a bit of success lately.

I have been playing the first version of the 4-1-3-2 with QPR in the Coca-Cola Championship. My team was expected to finish 10th but after bringing in a few players and developing this tactic I stormed through the first half of the season remaining in 1st place until we died down a bit with 12 games to go and finished in a respectable 4th place.

What you will need:


Full Back/Automatic

Full Back/Automatic

Central Defender/Defend

Central Defender/Defend

Anchor Man/Defend

Central Midfielder/Support

Advanced Playmaker/Attack

Box to Box Midfielder/Support

Complete Forward/Attack


This was how I lined up with QPR


And this is how I lined up with Man Utd


League Table with QPR


I am currently testing my Man Utd version and I am in mid season.

The difference between the two 4-1-3-2 tactics is that the QPR tactic is for weaker teams, with less creative freedom, passing shorter.

The Man Utd 4-1-3-2 allows players to be more creative and the passing is default.

Download the tactic

QPR 4-1-3-2

Man Utd 4-1-3-2

Please give this a go guys & let me know your results

Smaller clubs with less talented players choose QPR.

Any premiership level club use the Man Utd one.

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