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Positioning in ME v2.5 [en]

Posted on: 13 May, 2008

Nino about positioning in ME v.2.5:

Players with greater positioning react faster to changes on the pitch. A forward with low positioning will be more likely to be caught offside.

This is a change for 2.5: positioning not only is the speed players move without the ball, but also the speed they react to changes. A player with higher positioning is much more likely to be well positioned in *all situations*.


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