Hi, I would greatly apreciate it if someone can tell me how the offensive and defensive arrows work. for example say you are playing with Manchester United and you want Paul scholes to push forward, obviously would put an arrow going forward but what is the point of being able to select two arrows (say one going forward and one going diogionally back), what would happen then would the player sometimes run forward and sometimes run back?. I mean obvioulsy you wouldn't want Paul Scholes doing this but this is just an example but someone like Michael Essien for Chelsea, I put his arrows going forward and back to get him up and down the pitch as he does in real life but he doesn't seen to do anything. The defensive arrows are more straight forward but just want to clear this up. If you put a defender on the longest arrow (dark blue I think) will he defend deep? and what about you're full backs if you put them on the longest arrow and at the same time have offensive arrows will he push up when attacking and then get back asap to defend deep therefore decreasing his stamina. Sorry if there is already a thread on this - Thanks in advance.