Englishhammer Posted November 3, 2020 Share Posted November 3, 2020 (edited) First post, be gentle. Don’t get me wrong, I know this is “shoe-horning wanted tactics onto not always suitable players”. But in a nutshell I would like short, successful passing that can utilise a false nine. I’m not fussy on how I win the ball back, I just want to work the ball up patiently and give opportunities to anyone to have a crack at scoring. Yes....Haller isn’t the best False Nine but aside from replacing him, are there any other changes you’d implement? The team has good AML L and R options as Inside Forwards or Wingers. Rice is a bit of a waste if not played in DM so that’s why this formation is my chosen one. I understand there could be more “passing triangles” but my thinking was an attacking Mezzala, Attacking IF and a F9 would help in that respect. I use CD as I think BPD would be too risky with my players, perhaps Ogbonna could. And I’ve always been indecisive with FB/WB and what to play. I did have some success with CWB recently actually too but figure they’re slightly more risky. So any comments please. Edited November 3, 2020 by Englishhammer Spelling Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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