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Registered On: December 27, 2013
Too many and that’s the big issue here. I don’t know why Cox doesn’t even field 4/4/1/1 and at least have a go.
Cox chooses to play this formation consisting of 3 defensive midfielders and a striker isolated to such an extent he doesn’t have another player within 20 yards of him and then moans that we’re not creating enough.
Seriously, what the hell does he expect ?
He could field 4/4/1/1..stick Green RW and have Gillead in the no 10 role offering support to Loft or stick Green up and go 4/4/2.
I have absolutely no idea why he’s opting to go the direction he’s going in….makes absolutely zero sense.