|06-27-2012, 05:00 PM||#11|
Join Date: Aug 2006
In the grand scheme of things, I'm a relative novice to all things soccer/futbol. Can someone explain the logic that Bosque seems to be using with his starting 11 line-up?
If he was just going for his best players, I understand the 4-6-0 formation where there are just rotating midfielders up top (Fabregas, Iniesta, or Silva).
But if he's going to start a true forward up top (Torres, Negredo, Llorente), what is the logic of not having any of the pure wingers in the game concurrently (Navas, Pedro Martinez)? And what's worse, when he has these two speed demons in the game late, tearing down the flanks and looking for targets in the box, there's not a single person waiting in the box? So when he has strikers, he has no one generating crosses (unless you count the full backs), and then when he puts the wingers in, there's no one waiting to capitalize....? What am I missing here...