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Arsenal are a young team. As this young group develops as a unit, they will remain a developing side throughout Mikel Arteta's rule.
There have been waves of fresh tactical developments this season. Arteta has strived to be proactive in his approach and sought answers to issues, but he has also made blunders in his preparation.
The biggest tactical change this season has been developing over the last few months. The formation has always been incorrect when it is set up as a 4-2-3-1. Arsenal has gradually moved away from the double pivot, with a 4-4-2 out of possession and a 4-3-3 in possession being much more accurate representations of the positions of the players.
But, in modern football, roles are more crucial than places. They more accurately define players. The roles of the squad members are currently being changed by Arteta, and nowhere is this more apparent than with Thomas Partey and Granit Xhaka.
If you have a moment, please do check out the below video as I go a lot more into detail about how we made this tactic. I also cover multiple tweaks you could make if you need a goal/need to shut up shop. It is highly appreciated and supports me massively.
Not played the whole season, because it takes to long just to “test” the tactic.
I have to admit, that at the beginning of season1, there are too many top-players injured, so I have to user a few solid players instead.
Had 3 friendlys before the season and another 6 games in Serie A + 2 in CL - you can see the results in the screenshot.
Not very pleased by this tactic.
Have too much trouble to get good results and receiving also too much goals from lower teams.
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What PI's are you using on the left back to get the kind of free, coming infield thing Zivchenko and Tierney have been doing?
Loving this tactic so far
How does the new format work because old format id be half way to
Qualification meant to say