Robben RWB? Strange. Can he defend a bit at least to play this position?ShiftyPowers;3838324 said:Yeah that's about what I'd expect. Robben to replace Costa when healthy. Leaves plenty of room for Gaudino, Rode, and Hojbjerg to get minutes too. Pep may prefer Badstuber or Martinez to Benatia in that central spot though, but I don't see why he necessarily needs a distributor in that role with Alonso sitting in front and Alaba with the freedom to roam. I think a smart, pure defender like Benatia would be more suited.
Haven't watched Bayern play in a very long time so you're right. On paper Robben RWB looks strange but I don't know how the new Guardiola tactics work.Arnau;3840656 said:Nady doesnt understand the way Guardiola teams defend. They dont chase back they have long passing sequences so when you lose the ball your team players are very close each other and only has to press to get the ball back in less than 5-3 seconds
He's there on paper to make the tactic look symmetrical and because he'll mostly be on the left wing, but he's a forward. As Arnau said.nady;3840882 said:Haven't watched Bayern play in a very long time so you're right. On paper Robben RWB looks strange but I don't know how the new Guardiola tactics work.