Welcome to the fourth post in my Kaaskoppen Football Manager 2021 series. In the previous post we saw a lot of cheesy tactics. In this post we will take a look at how the team performed during season one. Strap on your seatbelts and hold on tight because it’s going to be a bumpy ride!
2031 Open Thread: Having reached the Champions League Group Stage for the first time, Levan “Goose” Akhobadze feels neither stupid nor contagious, but even he must concede that when the light’s out, it’s less dangerous.
Overwhelm your opponents with a strikerless system from Seattle Red, designed to unleash waves of relentless, unpredictable attacks – a swirling, unholy vortex of sexy football.
2030 Open Thread: After claiming their third straight Ervonuli Liga title, there’s only one question as Duruji Kvareli reach the knockout stages of European competition for the first time.
2029 Open Thread: Will early success go to Levan “Goose” Akhobadze’s head, as Duruji Kvareli prepare for another Champions League qualifying campaign?
So after trying Strikerless in the last version of Bent Out of Shape I began wondering what other combos in Football Manager I’d always wanted to try, or those that I had tried and failed with before. With the advent of FM21 coming my first tactic for the year started with a simple question.
Can you play with one Centre Back?
2028 Open Thread: Levan “Goose” Akhobadze prepares for Duruji Kvareli to take their Champions League bow, as the rain keeps falling, rain keeps falling, down, down, down.