MrEskola wrote:Can't really say Milan plays long ball anymore. It's more like ineffective possession football to me.
Montolivo plays on the right DMF, de Jong is the left DMF, so switch it around. De Sciglio hasn't been used at LB for a few games now, this position is now occupied by Constant.
Seems like Allegri likes Mexés as the right CB and Bonera as the left CB. But he always changes at least one of his centre-backs to another one.
Allegri likes to use Pato as a starter in biggish games.
Even Bojan took a corner from the left in the last match against Málaga. But I have an impression that El Shaarawy takes those corners on the left rather than Montolivo.
MrEskola wrote:The long ball was more like the style in the last season, when we didn't have Cassano, we played long balls from the defence (especially Abate) with a hope that the ball would reach the big Ibrahimovic.
Yeah, no problem. I just want replicate Milan as realistic as possible. Three different tactics per team seems like a good idea especially for Milan. We've used many formations this season, as far as I can remember, we started with the Allegri's favourite, 4-3-1-2, then we switched to 4-3-3, then 4-3-2-1, 4-2-3-1, 3-5-2, 3-4-3 and 3-4-2-1. So, we've had a few different formations and that's mostly because Allegri got desperate of losing his job. 4-2-3-1 seems to be the best formation for us at the moment.
You could give El Shaarawy an arrow that would replicate his style of coming deep to defend and get the ball.
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