This is a high pressing, counter attacking 4-2-3-1 tactic.
What that means is that when your team will try to retain possession high up the pitch, and then turn defense into attack as fast as possible.
Due to the team instruction "retain possession" and players having "less trough balls" player instruction.
They will only do this in a suitable situation, when a CCC is guaranteed.
If a situation were a player can't be "Played free" from the defense, the team will keep the ball and play a more attacking style, rather than a counter style of play.
If I were to compare the basics of the tactic, with any real life teams/managers types of football.
Then I would say BVB and Jurgen Klopp.
Train your players in the roles that suits the formation/tactic
(선수 개인 훈련은 각자의 역할대로 설정하면 됨)
For us lazy guys
I myself HATE the micro management in the game.. Press conference, tunnel interviews, and team talk.. that's not my style.
So what I do, is to set the assistant manager to do all these things.
Then I don't have to worry about it, and have more time to enjoy the fun part of the game..
What you have to look out for when finding a assistant manager, is that he has good motivation, man management, level of discipline and determination. What I also look at is that he has a Professional or determinant personality.. this helps when hes doing team talks!
Some of my favorites are
Alessandro Del Piero ( when he retire ) (Legend!)
I do not use any OI's. And I have not tried using any either.
But feel free to try it out.
Marc-André Ter Stegen
Éder Álvares Balanta
Mattia De Sciglio
Kevin De Bruyne
Jorge Correa (also cheap)
Juan Mata (not tried, but has the best stats for the position in-game)
Oscar (not tried, but ye)
Richairo Zivkovic! (My Favorite)