2 responses to “4-4-2”

  1. Kwah says:

    Many times this year I have seen Sir Alex Ferguson play Cristiano Ronaldo on the left and Ryan Giggs on the right so that their natural tendency is to cut in to their dominant foot and cause problems, as opposed to playing on the side of their dominant foot and settling for services.

  2. Aron says:

    I too liked that thought process about playing players on opposite side of what we think of as a dominant foot to get them to play inside more. This will also get your outside backs to attack more down the flanks.

    I also liked his last point about systems not winning games but players. You can align your 4-4-2 in many different ways but it must play to your strength of your players

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