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It's bad news for anyone who tries to emulate Jose Mourinho on FIFA 19 as it's been confirmed that the 'park the bus' tactic - regularly deployed by your mate when he fancies playing six at the back and shithousing his way to a 1-0 win, will not be a thing anymore.
EA Sports have had a total revamp of tactics ahead of September's release and that means there will be no parking the bus, or all-out attack for that matter.
It's a big change considering park the bus had become a feature of FIFA gameplay, as you'd always turn left all the way on the D-pad in scenarios where your back's against the wall and you simply have to take a defensive approach to preserve your narrow lead.
We've all probably used it but on the flipside, when roles are reversed, there's nothing more annoying than playing 90 minutes on FIFA against a player who is totally anti football and has every man behind the ball before scoring a sweaty last-gasp winner.
Popular YouTuber MattHDGamer confirmed the news a couple of months back that Sam Allardyce's go-to tactic has been omitted from the game.
EA have switched things up big-time in regards to match preparation in this year's game - introducing 'Dynamic Tactics' which will give players much control and allow them to manage the smallest of details.
Here's how they describe the new feature on their official website:
"If you've ever wanted more control over your FIFA team's tactics and the ability to dive into the gritty tactical details that your favorite real-world managers deal with every week, you'll love our latest update to match preparation in FIFA - Dynamic Tactics.
"This new feature in FIFA 19 provides deeper, more advanced control over your team's tactics both before and during matches. See all of your changes and adjustments, no matter how small, executed by your players on the pitch as you play."
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