4-4-2 under Moyes?

He likes the basic back four which i think we need. its no nonsense defend defend. He likes full backs like Baines who can get forward to put in crosses which will suit Zabaletta and Creswell/Masuaku. He likes the big man tower up front so we can expect carroll in there (like it or not). So does this mean he will go basic 4-4-2 with carroll and hernandez up top? two central midfield workers (Obiang/Noble/Kouyate to choose). Lanzini wide and Antonio wide when fit. Not sure what to expect tbh, its underwhelming for sure. But i guess its improvement on the field we all want first and foremost. will it happen?

mcbikeman's picture

is wait and see....hopefully he will put a rocket under the lazy arsed players and no more strolling around the pitch with there fingers stuck up there backside

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Deluded Hammer's picture

Much as I love the big fella, that Sakho would be a better pairing with Chico. Maybe we'll see more of him now Bilic has gone, as it seems to me, Bilic certainly carries a grudge over. Amalfitano anyone?

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Dartford Bhoy's picture

Yes!! I loved the Frog, gave a a bit of steel !

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This was another thing how many players did Bilic fall out with that in turn weakened out squad. Sakho, Amalfitano, Arbeloa(Controversial but still), Zarate, Song.

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moore2come's picture

No I don't want Amalfitano back!

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Bondsy's picture

He does favour this system. but with a front man for the long ball and a second forward to play off the bigger man. Similar outlook to Fat Sam with a tight defence and the the long ball but two up front basically instead of one. He could not do it at Sunderland with lack of funds and to an extent he was right to label them relegation fodder with no money and now rock bottom of the Championship looking to disappear into league 2.
Just hope he can repeat what he did at Everton and get us out of the relegation battle!

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