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Formation-need help??

I've been using a 3 4 3. It worked very well with the players I had but a majority of them have graduated and I'm not sure it's a good fit for my new squad......suggestions... this new group is young, not quite as fast overall or powerful on attack

As a goalie I believe that you need to understand what you are going to do in a turn over/Compromise. 343 lends itself to create an easy press when a turn over occurs. It is a well balance field in most cases. Personally start them in a balanced field but let them know that your goal is an offensive side (Love a team that scores !!!lol) If you a creating an attacking team perhaps create and use your AMs more. 2 5 3 moving to 2 4 4 to create an overload. This is an agressive field but can be brutal if the opposition is not ready for it. Easy enough to roll back if they have a turn over and you can still create a formidable press when needed. 

Good luck. 

 

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