MCIVTA – 1965 Phil Banerjee | December 8, 2014 | Articles, Featured, MCIVTA, Newsletter | 1 Comment FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestIssue 1965 of the MCIVTA Newsletter is now out. If you don’t already receive one and would like to subscribe please email Madeleine Hawkins: subscriptions@mcivta.City-fan.org Phil Banerjee FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterest Related Posts Newsletter #614 No Comments | Jun 12, 2000 Newsletter #814 No Comments | May 23, 2002 Newsletter #1285 No Comments | Dec 14, 2006 Newsletter #600 No Comments | Apr 27, 2000 About The Author philban One Comment Steve Williams October 23, 2015 Reply One does hope that we have learned from the Sevilla match in determining the right shape and the right balance for big matches when we have Silva injured. Ya Ya made both the goals but does leave midfield light if he plays there as part of a two man central formation. Surely the solution is obvious in Merlin’s absence…..play with one striker with Ya Ya in the hole behind and with a two man central midfield consisting of more defensive minded players such as Fernando and Fernandinhio. Ya Ya would have attacking support from two wider players such as de Breune and either Sterling or Navas. Thus our shape would be 4-2-3-1 and would allow our natural attacking instinct to prevail without exposing our defence to the extent they were against Sevilla and Tottenham. It’s not rocket science just obvious logic……..or do you know better? Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.