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Vertical spreads [en]

Posted on: 19 January, 2008

The defensive vertical spread pulls the attackers and middies down when the team is defending if set as close, and leave them up if set as open;
The attacking vertical spread pulls the defenders and middies up when the team is attacking if set as close, and leave them behind if set as open.

Having a large attacking v.spread will NOT make our forwards go up on the pitch more than they would, and,
Having a large def. v.spread will NOT make our defenders go down on the pitch more than they would.

Defenders positions are untouched by the defensive v.spread, and attackers positions are untouched by the attacking v.spread.

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