4-2-3-1

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  1. redwhiteandermblue

    redwhiteandermblue Well-Known Member

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    The advantage of a 4-2-3-1 is that six of the back seven are solid, and you limit problems to the front four.

    Hart

    Cole/Baines Lescott Somebody (Not Smalling, maybe Cahill or Jagielka, maybe even Ferdinand) Walker/Richards

    Barry Parker

    (Okay, here's where the problems start)

    Young Welbeck Walcott

    Anyone but Rooney/Who the hell knows?/Bent, Zamorra, Crouch????--no fan of Sturridge, sorry, plays 1 on 11 too much.
     
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    Beefforhire-NCFC Well-Known Member

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    Grant
    The ****
    Holt

    Why are you all do blind? He'll score!
     
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    OddRiverOakWizards Well-Known Member

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    At the beginning of the season Capello tried this successfully a few times and I thought the future would be a 4-2-3-1. Some of the players I would have included then may not have developped as much as I had hoped eg. Smalling, Sturridge and Oxlade-Chamberlain but I still see that this kind of formation could work. Personally I think Welbeck could be the front man as he is good in the air and does not drift around as much as Rooney, who could be at the centre of the 3 behind the front man.

    Hart
    Johnson Cahill Lescott Cole
    Carrick/Milner Parker
    Walcott/Oxlade Chamberlain Rooney Milner/Sturridge
    Welbeck/Crouch
     
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