Yes, but saying he contributes 35 points is kind of glossing over the details, because it's important how those points are split between attacking and defending. In the A tactic more of those points are going towards attacking that in the D options.
Thanks for your answer. Can I somehow know how those points will split between attacking and defending?
I saw a calculation of you in another topic about creating opportunities.
The case for Perrotta as a FW.
This is based on my understanding of the esms engine.
Perrotta's role is to create opportunities. Creating opportunities is determined by Ps and Sh with Ps being twice as important.
So, a player's contribution towards creating opportunities is calculated with 2*Ps*TW + 1*Sh*TW where TW is the weighting from the tactics table.
This gives us
As a MF: 2*23*1.00 + 1*17*0.25 = 50.25
As a AM: 2*23*0.85 + 1*17*0.65 = 50.15
As a FW: 2*23*0.75 + 1*17*1.00 = 51.50
So,in a P formation S_Perroatta is most effective at creating opportunities when played as a FW.
Is this how the match engine works with creating opporunities (2x ps, 1x sh), or is this your own vision about the match engine?
ianmcnamara: Can't believe we're in this posision with two games to go. We just silently crept up on Everton and capitalized. If I end up taking up a new challange at the end of the season leaving Schalk with a title win would be the perfect way to end my time there.
Mar 21, 2019 12:51:54 GMT