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In my opinion lobs would not be a good option, since they do not capitalize on the typical strengths of doubles players. Assuming none of the players have glaring weaknesses and the differences are just in singles/doubles specialty, standard doubles play should be the strategy. That is, the usual mixture of poaching and varied formations. The effectiveness ...


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As you pointed out, offenses usually run the clock down to 4 seconds before attempting a game tying or game winning field goal. You can see examples of the offense stopping the clock anywhere from 1 second to 5 seconds, but 4 seconds is the most common. The idea is to run the clock down to the point that the other team won't get the ball back after the kick,...


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First off, a playing manager is not blind. Even on the pitch they'll see who performs and who doesn't. And they'll quite frequently communicate with their assistants. Anyway, there are several ways of managing subs: Halftime. 15 minutes are more than enough to talk to the team and the assistant. Upcoming subs can be discussed here already as well as under ...


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