My WL season is about to come to a close - can't commit to 30 games per weekend going forward and it usually takes me about that to get to my 18 wins. I don't plan to stop playing completely, so I'd like to get better over the rest of the year while playing casually. Don't care if I win or lose as I do that, expect to get worse before I get better. Been playing FIFA since 12, definitely got better at the game this year thanks to playing semi-competitively each weekend.
I'm not a great dribbler - fail skills too often and I'm not consistently dangerous with change of direction / speed bursts. I typically have always used wide formations (3421 this year, have used 451, 4411, 4231 wide, 352, different 433's in previous years) mainly because they are a natural counter to the narrow formations and allow me to escape pressure out wide. This allows me to get away with less dribbling skill and use passing to move defenders and get opportunities, but I need to improve my dribbling to become more of a threat. I actually struggle most playing against wide formations that can match up with me, don't have an issue against the 4321 and 41212 narrows.
I know the ball roll / LB speed burst and I will be working on that, but are there any other moves / principles that have tended to translate from one version to the next but might not be widely known? What would you work on if you wanted to improve this specific aspect of your game? Thanks for any advice.