A cracking review of my Téfécé tactic by Lee Scott at FM Analysis. The tactic is available for download a few posts down the page.
The most striking aspect of the initial setup is that it seems to be primarily defensive in shape. A back four shielded by three defensive midfield players, two of which are set as defensive midfielders in their roles. What isn’t apparent from a first glance is that the three man curtain at the base of midfield is actually an excellent tool to help maintain possession. The fullbacks are both set to attack so the idea is obviously that they are able to offer a degree of width with the two inside forwards ahead of them cutting inside at will.
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