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Old 19-09-2017, 17:03   #61
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just play 3 4 1 2 with 2 cfs like agains austria and you will sure to score 3 minimum


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Old 19-09-2017, 17:04   #62
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Old 19-09-2017, 17:05   #63
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just play 3 4 1 2 with 2 cfs like agains austria and you will sure to score 3 minimum
Damn dude, you should totally get a coaching licenese, with your expertise you'd be more successful than ancelotti and zidane combined
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Old 19-09-2017, 17:47   #64
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Damn dude, you should totally get a coaching licenese, with your expertise you'd be more successful than ancelotti and zidane combined
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Old 19-09-2017, 17:48   #65
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Damn dude, you should totally get a coaching licenese, with your expertise you'd be more successful than ancelotti and zidane combined
he has the same number of significant trophies as montella
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Old 19-09-2017, 17:55   #66
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Im not sure Suso starts this game. But Montella will look to develop a partnership between Bonaventura and Hakan. Silva will definitely get a start. Leo has played enough games and will most likely be rested. Romagnoli needs playing time and Zapata was rotated so he'll most likely play. I expect Locatelli to get a run out too but i fear Monto will get the nod.

That Conti injury was really a blow for us because the 3-5-2 would work so well with him and RR on opposite sides.
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Old 19-09-2017, 18:00   #67
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Everyone as usual has to knee jerk to everything and act like everything that happens in a game is because of "tactics" and "formations." Can't you homies just realize that... we bought a whole new team and sometimes players have bad games? What's this about dropping Suso now because he had a bad game in the 352? Come on. He's been great in almost every game and was bound for a bad game at some point. It has nothing to do with the 352, he will play the same style if it's a 433 or 3 in the back formation.

So much other stuff to care about than playing Suso and silva. It's a midweek game against a bad team, our team will no doubt be tired and this was the whole reason for buying so many players. Suso is a must start when fit for me, he is the single most equipped player on the team to create a goal from nothing, he has the flair and skill to score or assist at any moment. And silva needs serie a minutes, he's probably our most talented forward and the faster he develops, the higher milans ceiling gets. I like how Montella is rotating the attack, every forward he has played so far, including Suso, has had their share of good games. So why complain? If they're all playing well and we win, don't worry about it.
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Old 19-09-2017, 18:10   #68
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Not a fan of 3 man back lines with 4 man midfields. It end up being a 52something when defending which puts too much pressure on the two central midfielders. 352 or 3511 and you don't have that issue
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Old 19-09-2017, 18:14   #69
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Montella tested 3-4-2-1 in today's training with Çalhanoglu and Suso behind André Silva [Sky].

cunt montela simple dont like to attack or to play with 2 strikers
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Everyone as usual has to knee jerk to everything and act like everything that happens in a game is because of "tactics" and "formations." Can't you homies just realize that... we bought a whole new team and sometimes players have bad games? What's this about dropping Suso now because he had a bad game in the 352? Come on. He's been great in almost every game and was bound for a bad game at some point. It has nothing to do with the 352, he will play the same style if it's a 433 or 3 in the back formation.

So much other stuff to care about than playing Suso and silva. It's a midweek game against a bad team, our team will no doubt be tired and this was the whole reason for buying so many players. Suso is a must start when fit for me, he is the single most equipped player on the team to create a goal from nothing, he has the flair and skill to score or assist at any moment. And silva needs serie a minutes, he's probably our most talented forward and the faster he develops, the higher milans ceiling gets. I like how Montella is rotating the attack, every forward he has played so far, including Suso, has had their share of good games. So why complain? If they're all playing well and we win, don't worry about it.

GET THE FUCK OUT OF HERE WITH YOUR COMMON SENSE AND CALM WE WANT RAAAGGGEEEEE

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Old 19-09-2017, 18:16   #70
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Not a fan of 3 man back lines with 4 man midfields. It end up being a 52something when defending which puts too much pressure on the two central midfielders. 352 or 3511 and you don't have that issue


3412 is a 352 on the defense hakan just slots back in midfield
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Old 19-09-2017, 18:17   #71
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Old 19-09-2017, 18:19   #72
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Kalinic 2 goals

Cutrone 4 goals

Silva 5 goals

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Old 19-09-2017, 18:27   #73
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3-4-2-1 dosen´t mean no 3-5-2, most coaches would start the 3 at the back adventure with a 3-5-2 as it is a bit safer.
3-4-2-1 could be a good alternative for rotation, the midfield of 2 might offer a solution for resting Kessie and the 2 attackers behind the CF are well suited for our AM-ish players.

I´d stay with the 3-5-2 for now though.
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Old 19-09-2017, 18:47   #74
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According to Sky Sport Italia, much depends on the role Calhanoglu is given, as he proved devastating as a trequartista in the 5-1 Europa League victory away to Austria Vienna.

Suso struggled playing as more of a support striker against Udinese, so Montella is trying to balance the two issues.

He’d therefore use Calhanoglu and Suso as dual trequartisti, with Ignazio Abate and Ricardo Rodriguez on the wings.

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Old 19-09-2017, 18:59   #75
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Old 19-09-2017, 19:00   #76
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he has the same number of significant trophies as montella
So you think Patosheva should be Milan's new head coach instead?
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Old 19-09-2017, 19:06   #77
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3-4-2-1 is pretty much how it'll look on the field. Hakan does so much more when he plays a little ahead as in Wien, Suso keeps moving a little behind as he did last weekend.. It's a natural solution to play this way.

With the squad we have, we can comfortably oscillate between 3-4-2-1 (Hakan-Suso behind any of the 3 strikers) and 3-4-1-2 (Hakan behind Kalinic and Silva).

I think the 4-man defence is officially dead now that we aren't trying it in a game like SPAL at home.


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Old 19-09-2017, 19:31   #78
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Old 19-09-2017, 19:42   #79
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Sage developed a crush on Montella and its only his way of showing us his appreciation to Mister
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