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post #5 of (permalink) Old January 10th, 2017, 19:55
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I'm not sure what we saw against Cagliari was a switch of any sorts, we just threw everything we had at them. Not that I wanna argue that point....

Good point re Bacca & Lapadula starting & complementing each other.

I do believe Montella needs to find some tactical alternatives, definitely. By now, anyone who hasn't even watched more than a handful of minutes of Milan's games this season could tell Suso will always break inside to his preferred left foot, Niang will go for the dribble 99% of the time or just try to steamroll past defenders!

I would love to see a 4-3-1-2. Building this team around Jack, from a creative standpoint, is the best bet. I trust him to deliver on assists and the occasional goal a lot more than Niang or Suso. More, he's versatile, we can change the system around him easily if say Suso or Niang are introduced for any of the forwards.

Bertolacci - Locatelli - Kucka
Bacca - Lapadula

PS Honestly, what do you guys see in Pasalic? Such a lazy ineffective guy! A phantom, mostly!

No expectations..No disappointments
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