Hi everyone UTV
We lost our 1st game at home this season last month to Liverpool.Im sorry to say but in the 1st half we looked like the visitors.We gave away the ball to cheaply more in the 1st half than the 2nd.Bacuna in the 1st half was terrible and also Delph.The 2nd half was better.
Now to get back to the title of the article attacking at home it does exactly what it says on the tin.Im hoping that Lambert will set us up better this Saturday against Newcastle and we actually look like the home team and not like the visitors.
I would like to see a 4-3-3 open attacking fluid set up with full backs attacking up to support the 3 in midfield and the 3 up front.I would like to see an organised strong back four,Strong midfield with creative flair and a quick pacey front 3.I also would like to see a free forming midfield and attack as we go forward mixing up the positions(Dutch 70s style) just to confuse the opposition.
I think what I’m trying to say is I would like to see a positive,attacking,free flowing,confident home performance with a victorious outcome.This will prove to me we can become a different team at home to when we are playing away.Home-Attacking and positive bossing the game.Away-Counter attacking pacey football.
I don’t think I am asking to much for Lamberts AVFC to put in attacking,positive performances at home to prove we are not a one trick pony and just counter attack.
My team for Saturday would be-Guzan,Lowton,Vlaar,Okore,Baker(Luna?)
What are your views on our home style and what sort of set up would you like to see Lambert play at home?UTV
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