|442 vs 433 12:29 - Feb 28 with 382 views||Hullblue|
We know Lambert was told to play 433 last summer, so I thought it was interesting that up until yesterday he was playing Parrot (who I think most people would say is a number 9) behind Norwood and calling it a 4231, which I imagine is an acceptable variation of 433 from ME/LON’s perspective.
But yesterday Parrot looked like he was playing right up alongside Norwood and Lambert called them ‘the two up front’ in his press conference, making it a 442. Is this because Lambert knows he’s going and no longer cares what Evans thinks?
|442 vs 433 on 12:35 - Feb 28 with 345 views||Steve_M|
I think this is where people can get too hung up about formations, if we’re playing well there should be a degree of fluency between them, certainly when in possession.
I’m not sure PL was ever told to play a specific formation, rather to stop chopping and changing from name to game. He seemed to take that - a bit like a sulky child - as a reason not to change things when we hit November.
|442 vs 433 on 12:52 - Feb 28 with 304 views||BlueandTruesince82|
Was he told to play 4 3 3 ?
He was told to play good passing football. Did he have formation dictated to him?
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