First of all, let me introduce you, I'm Frank or ToBeFrank37 as I am on YouTube! I've got an ongoing Ibiza save you may be aware of, or as most recently making a few tactic videos, such as my wildly succesful 4-2-3-1 Wing Back Attack, which with the help of the lovely people of FMScout has amassed over 2K Views, big thank you to you all.
Today I'm going to show you my latest success, my stupendous 4-3-3 Narrow which led me to overturn a 3 year drought at the Old Lady, Zebre/Juventus!
"Sometimes, less is more" - Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe (1886-1969) - A very poignant quote, which sums up the philosophy of this tactic, i'd recommend watching the video below as I manage to sum this up beautifully and writing is not my strong suit! But in essence, the lack of instructions frees the more creative players from the shackles or structured play.
In the example below, you can see Samuele Ricci on the ball, with a mass of options - Genoa simply cannot keep up with play and as you can see in the video below, he picks his spot and floats it to the back post to Frattesi to volley home, some of the fun overloads this tactic generates.
A few examples of us, not requiring posession to generate shooting opportunities, we allow the other team to hold the ball and pick our punches.
Champions League Glory Awaited Us
Finally our league campaign was a rousing success, over 100 goals and 15 points clear
Please Do Check Out The Video Below, For an in-depth discussion and chat about the HIDDEN DAGGER Thanks for reading!