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Arsenal FC - Formation & Tactics

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 Aug 11, 17:39

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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby Jez » 2010 Apr 21, 15:18

It's the same as the one in the first post anyway isn't it? :?
Also, if Walcott is perceived to be first choice in the starting eleven, then he it should be RWF not RSS in the primary formation ;)
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby WHUfan » 2010 Apr 21, 21:47

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Perhaps this as the alternative that some people are suggesting since Nasri and Rosicky don't have SS? exactly the same formation as Chanman but just moved SS back to AMF
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby pretel » 2010 Aug 20, 14:41

Hello, I was updating my OF and i only want to confirm if it´s correct DF level medium in the DF Line?(I supose yes) Thanks
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby august0 » 2010 Aug 27, 01:53

against blackpool they played 4-2-3-1, let's see if wenger keeps this formation and update it:

------------Almunia-----------
Sagna---Song---Vermaelen---Clichy
--------Wilshere---Diaby(Fabregas)--------
---Walcott(Chamakh)--Rosicky--Arshavin(Vela)
-----------Chamakh(Van Persie)-------
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby lucardax5d » 2010 Aug 28, 19:20

august0 wrote:against blackpool they played 4-2-3-1, let's see if wenger keeps this formation and update it:

------------Almunia-----------
Sagna---Song---Vermaelen---Clichy
--------Wilshere---Diaby(Fabregas)--------
---Walcott(Chamakh)--Rosicky--Arshavin(Vela)
-----------Chamakh(Van Persie)-------


Today against Blackburn, Arsenal played with:

ALMUNIA
SAGNA - KOSCIENLY - VERMAELEN - CLICHY
DIABY - SONG
FABREGAS
WALCOTT - VAN PERSIE - ARSHAVIN


It's a classic 4-2-1-3, and i suppose it will continue to play well throughout the league.

Van Persie is closer to both Arshavin and not Walcott. Fabregas free play on the court, after the central midfield line twice.
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby Vranny » 2010 Aug 29, 00:30

lucardax5d wrote:
august0 wrote:against blackpool they played 4-2-3-1, let's see if wenger keeps this formation and update it:

------------Almunia-----------
Sagna---Song---Vermaelen---Clichy
--------Wilshere---Diaby(Fabregas)--------
---Walcott(Chamakh)--Rosicky--Arshavin(Vela)
-----------Chamakh(Van Persie)-------


Today against Blackburn, Arsenal played with:

ALMUNIA
SAGNA - KOSCIENLY - VERMAELEN - CLICHY
DIABY - SONG
FABREGAS
WALCOTT - VAN PERSIE - ARSHAVIN


It's a classic 4-2-1-3, and i suppose it will continue to play well throughout the league.

Van Persie is closer to both Arshavin and not Walcott. Fabregas free play on the court, after the central midfield line twice.

Even though Arsenal had been playing with a 4-2-1-3 at the start of the season, I'd say the went back to a pure 4-3-3 formation with Fabregas back in the starting line-up. Diaby was actually in the more advanced midfield role for most of the match. I might post up their formation later if I can find some time for testing on PES ;)
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby WHUfan » 2010 Aug 29, 00:45

Vranny wrote:I might post up their formation later if I can find some time for testing on PES ;)

Please do if you can, it would be much appreciated :D
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby Jez » 2010 Aug 29, 00:53

I've always hated playing with Arsenal on PES, simply because I found the formation with the three forwards as too open and the gaps in midfield were too much for me to be able to string together any slick passing moves. Recently however, I moved the two support strikers/wingers back to midfield and it made so much of a difference I can't even begin to describe! Really realistic. I often find that you'll come across a formation one day and you just think, fuck, finally it feels realistic!

Anyway, it is similair to what the rest look like, but may as well post mine up too.

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GK: Almunia
RCB: Koscielny
LCB: Vermaelen
RB: Sagna
LB: Clichy
DMF: Song
RCMF: Fabregas
LCMF: Diaby
RMF: Walcott
AMF: Arshavin
CF: Van Persie

Before people start saying the Backline settings are wrong or that the defensive arrows are wrong etc, I'm aware that on-paper maybe things should be different, but in-game, this works perfectly for me. I found that because the midfield is slightly more compact in my own formation (compared to the other ones on here) and that the Centre Forward is slightly deeper, along with the 'wingers', it becomes easier to create Arsenal style moves when playing i.e. quick short passing into feet working your way up the pitch. As stated above, the other ones I just find far too open. Take it or leave it though I guess, works for me so whatever :)
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby MarcusAurelio » 2010 Aug 29, 08:56

My only question is how to fit Chamakh and van Persie into the formation simultaneously?
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby Jez » 2010 Aug 29, 12:49

Ask Arséne.
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby lucardax5d » 2010 Aug 29, 14:06

MarcusAurelio wrote:My only question is how to fit Chamakh and van Persie into the formation simultaneously?


In game situations, you can enter and play as playmaker Chamakh. At the same time, Van Persie is delayed in the field and settle on one side, so that Chamakh have a free hand to attack in the middle of the field. Another option is to play with two central strikers, as both Van Persie and Chamakh have the ability to share the area between them 2.

I think training is very well jez.
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby Vranny » 2010 Sep 02, 07:08

Although I tend to agree with most of Jez's formation there are a few details that I think are lacking. I think that as an SM Walcott tracks back too much and that Arshavin also tends to sticks to the centre too much as a AM. I've noticed that both van Persie and Chamakh tend to drift wide at times, even switching positions with Walcott, so far this season, hence the two diagonal arrows. The other glaring problem is that Backline Setting: A should be used to recreate Arsenal's often dubious high defensive line.

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GK: Almunia
RCB: Koscielny
LCB: Vermaelen
RB: Sagna
LB: Clichy
DM: Song
RCM: Fabregas (c)
LCM: Diaby
WF: Walcott
SS: Arshavin
CF: van Persie

Left Corner: Fabregas
Right Corner: van Persie
Long Free Kick: Fabregas
Short Free Kick: van Persie/Fabregas
Penalties: van Persie
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby pretel » 2010 Sep 03, 12:29

Are correct medium defense level for the defensive line on the first post of Chanman formation's last seasson?
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby tripleh88 » 2010 Sep 04, 01:36

Vranny wrote:Although I tend to agree with most of Jez's formation there are a few details that I think are lacking. I think that as an SM Walcott tracks back too much and that Arshavin also tends to sticks to the centre too much as a AM. I've noticed that both van Persie and Chamakh tend to drift wide at times, even switching positions with Walcott, so far this season, hence the two diagonal arrows. The other glaring problem is that Backline Setting: A should be used to recreate Arsenal's often dubious high defensive line.

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GK: Almunia
RCB: Koscielny
LCB: Vermaelen
RB: Sagna
LB: Clichy
DM: Song
RCM: Fabregas (c)
LCM: Diaby
WF: Walcott
SS: Arshavin
CF: van Persie

Left Corner: Fabregas
Right Corner: van Persie
Long Free Kick: Fabregas
Short Free Kick: van Persie/Fabregas
Penalties: van Persie


Chamakh is not a starter??and Squillaci??
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby CDDRodrigo » 2010 Sep 04, 01:46

tripleh88 wrote:Chamakh is not a starter??and Squillaci??


No, they aren't. If Van Persie is fit, he'll start all games. And Koscielny is doing a great job.
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby Vranny » 2010 Sep 04, 06:43

Chamakh will get quite a few games to impress now that van Persie is injuried as per usual. And with Squillaci... well, we'll just have to wait and see.
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby Gugu » 2010 Sep 04, 10:18

With koscielny and vermaelen, if they concede goals, squillaci would come in for Koscielny, because vermaelen is stronger and more defensive-suited.
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby adieet » 2010 Sep 04, 14:10

Chamakh will have more play time i guess, do you think Chamakh and Persie can play in 4-4-2 formation ?
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby august0 » 2010 Sep 04, 16:14

Wenger said he probably won't use 4-4-2 formation,so it should be 4-2-3-1 / 4-2-1-3, I think Walcott can be a RWF and Arshavin a LMF/AMF (i think he plays closer to the midfield than to the attack). The midfield could be something like that:
Song---(DMF)
-------Diaby(CMF)
Fabregas(CMF)-----
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Re: Arsenal FC - Formations & Tactics

Postby adieet » 2010 Sep 05, 17:48

I see...I would like to see chamakh play more...And Koscielny & Verminator pair. :P
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