Formation- 4-1-3-2

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2 Comments

  1. Glen Linnett on

    Would like to see that formation in action, would be exciting, think it would be very hard to defend the wide areas as Lolley is far too attacking to play in a 4 man midfield I feel, although in fairness I think Huddersfield generally lack wide players who are sufficiently defensive minded.
    What about a more narrow diamond with Pelts and Dixs providing width from full backs and Lolley and Hammill are replaced by Norwood and Holmes in more central positions, Wells and Homes could drift wide in open play at times aswell

  2. Graham Hudson on

    Can't see us starting without Joel Lynch and pretty sure he will stick with a back three. Gerrard, Lynch and Peltier might be good. Hamill did a good job at wing back but there are plenty can play wide roles. 3 central midfielders could include Norwood, Billings, Clayton but can be more defensive away with Hogg maybe. Up front and out wide could be VERY flexible!! If Vaughan stays fir I'm excited about seeing him alongside Wells. Hammill would start every game for me. Up to Ward and Lolley to fight it out or the place on the left. Can't wait!

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