A very, very long time ago when God was a lad and the small folk still thought the world was flat, there was born a football management game, Championship Manager. It was an enigma a glitch in the matrix and probably aimed at an older consumer than myself at the time (being only 11). While all the other children (with Amiga's or similar systems) were playing Cool Spot, James Pond, Dizzy and various other games at the time me and a friend were sucked into the abyss.
The 1st Champ Man did'nt really grab me, with made up player names, I just could'nt get into it. But then bang.... 93 was out and I was all over it, at age 11 staying up until 12, 1 o-clock playing until my eyes were heavy and I was literally falling asleep at the keyboard. Those were the days not a care...... anyway I'm rambling a bit I'll get to the point. I managed to create an exceptionally direct attacking tactic that took Wimbledon to the heights of European football I've tried to recreate this tactic and have not been successful so far.
So I'm throwing down the gauntlet master tacticians! Can you recreate the famous Wimbledon 3-2-5 that dominated Europe from '93 onward?
No fullbacks or wingbacks allowed.
The 2 mids can be cm,dm or am only.
The five attackers must be on the highlest line.
Good luck and please post results and screenshots.