Which tactic do you use when you play Kick Off 2 ?

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Postby Dalton » Mon Dec 24, 2001 4:05 pm

I used to play a costum made 3-4-3 in KO 2.

Then I switch to playing Falcon, which I think is better than 4-2-4 because the wingers just concentrate about being offensive, rather than spending time helping out in the defense.

Lately however, after reading about Alkis triumph in England and his use of tactics, I have found myself using 5-3-2 much more.

5-3-2 has a good defense, and nr. 7 and nr. 11 is at times almost playing wings (If you are lucky)

My way of playing is I usually start the match playing 4-2-4/falcon, and after a minute or so (and having scored a few goals) I change it to 5-3-2 to rest a bit, before another 4-2-4 attack hits the opponent.

It's a bit italian, eh? (no offense intended)
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Postby Stainy » Mon Dec 24, 2001 4:16 pm

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Postby Dalton » Mon Dec 24, 2001 4:28 pm

I think playing 4-4-2 is the most difficult tactic to play in KO 2.

The attack is good with nr. 10 on top and the "shadowspitse" as nr. 9.

But the flat defense with nr. 5 & 6 demands that you keep on your toes for the entire match. But IF this is being achieved, the opponent will feel a pressure on the midfield that no human being can stand for more than a few seconds. Spice things up with a bit of dribbling and passing to show your supreme skills, and you are almost the winner of the match.

But at the end of the day I still think it's hard to play 4-4-2. I guess that's what so interesting about it.

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