Oriello wrote:Well then you ain't gonna watch PSG till Emery leaves , no matter what the circumstance in a match at Sevilla he always used his 4-2-3-1 and did the shoe horning in of players - when everything ticks in the formation his teams are like firecrackers, zone press high up the park and break like tsunami into the opposition, sometimes with fullback crossing and the other fullback streaming in to finish the cross - you can check the Sevilla formation thread to get an idea of what he is about. PSG were kinda looking like it in pre-season.
He tried a 4-4-2 with Gameiro and Llorente early last season, but quickly abandoned it after like two games as the front two were isolated. His whole scheme is very dependant on the Rakitic/Banega player linking everything.
I don't think he is a great tactician, and your right he currently lacks the experience to change things up on the fly to maximize his personnel...Him and Krychowiak deserve each other, both only really good in that 4-2-3-1 otherwise out of their depth..PSG under Blanc played a much more fancy passing game seemed 'romantic' footy at times - Emery is definitely a more pragmatic man and likes to grind out results, with a penchant to make comebacks if need be - these late game PSG rallying efforts this season, happened a bit at Sevilla too..
Yeah I'm with you on the GK, the Areola guy looks bad, don't know why Trapp was dropped.
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